Sangeet Praveen in Vocal Music (M A )

Classical Music Institute India
In New Delhi

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Swara Mallika- It is generally known as SARGAM i.e, the garland of musical system. It is useful for the Beginners.

Lakshana Geet- Lakshana Geet are the original compositions of the late Pt. Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande.They can be easily remembered by students without any difficulty. They are available in almost all the current Ragas of Hindustani Sangeet Paditi. Or Hindustani Music System.

Khayal- It is an urdu word and literally mean ‘whim’ a stray thought or the voluntary flight of imagination of the musicians. It was introduced by the Mohomedan musicians of different time and places.

Dhruvapada- It is to be sung with fixed and very slow tempo. These singers are considered to be the masters in the science of proper production of voice, notation and modulation of musical sound and also proper development of Raagas in its accuracy.

Dhamar or Hori- The method of singing Dhamar or Hori is not fascinating but most difficult. There is ample scope for the development of the various forms of tempo in dhamar. The Specialist of these type of songs are generally the experts in the art of calculating and measuring the time in music I.e, Rhythm.

Thumri- It expresses the nuance and ever changing perception of beauty with slight delicacy and giving it the finest touches, that are totally beyond the spheres of Khayal. If Dhruvapada is solid, Khayal is fluid then Thumri is gaseous. It has its own form.

Tappa- It is correlative of Thumri, though it is free from the rules and other bindings of Classical Music still it is not at all easy and practicable for all.

Tarana – Songs of this kind are absolutely different from others. Words are not used in it. Some technical terms and meaningless words of alaap singing are the main aspect of Tarana.

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