Learn Carnatic Music - Lesson Jatiswara
Gurukula - Jatiswara Lessons - Learn Carnatic Music
Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well.
The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam.
Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught.
Sri nidhi - Wonder Kid of Carnatic Music
Here Sri Nidhi is in Madras where the vidwans tested her before her name was entered into Limca Book of records. Here she is almost 4 years old.
CVOC Beginner Carnatic Vocal Om Book Example 1
prachotan at the age of 3 years identifying carnatic music ragas
Prachotan introduced as a special guest by SP Balasubrahmanyam garu in MAA TV Padalani Vundi program at the age of 3 years for identifying carnatic music ragas in presence of Music director Mani Sarma garu.
Carnatic Music Class - Varaveena - by Vidushi Smt Shakunthala
Vidushi Smt Shakunthala conducting Carnatic Music class to 4 year young daughter Sharvani. Shakunthala is teaching carnatic music (Vocal) online using Skype. She has masters degree in carnatic music from Bangalore University and Vidwath(Carnatic Vocal) from KSEE Board Bangalore. She has more than 20 years of teaching and performing experience. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for learning Carnatic music online.
Amazing Carnatic music | Aruna Sairam at Darbar Festival
Darbar Festival always presents the very best of classical music to our audience, in this case we present the very best of Carnatic music from south India, in this amazing performance by one of the the best Carnatic vocalists, Aruna Sairam.
Aruna is well known for her spellbinding singing, she is one of the leading voices to emerge from the Carnatic tradition of southern India and has a rich repertoire of beautiful and rare classical compositions as well as lighter folk forms and melodies. Aruna’s concerts attract crowds that create “traffic jams around the auditorium.”
Accompanying Aruna in this amazing performance, are a trio of Carnatic heavy weights, you hear some of the best Carnatic music in this concert played by Jyotsna Shrikanth on violin, Patri Satish Kumar on mridangam, RN Prakash on ghatam and Priya Parkash on tanpura.
In this recording Aruna performs a Raga from the Carnatic tradition during Darbar Festival 2009, Southbank Centre, London.
Darbar Festival was established in 2006 and takes place annually in London. It gives audiences the opportunity to explore some of the best improvised classical music in the world. At Darbar, we make it easy for you to enjoy the various traditions as we are the only festival that puts on Hindustani (North Indian), Carnatic (South Indian) and Dhrupad (India’s oldest yet timeless tradition) all on one stage, together right here in London.
We present amazing musicians and the best Indian instrumental music and vocalists from all over the world. You will hear tabla, sitar, veena, flute alongwith other instruments presenting Carnatic music and the Hindustani traditions.
You will also enjoy watching:
Carnatic music by Sudha Ragunathan singing Raga Abheri -
Shashank Subramanium playing Carnatic Flute and Purbayan Chatterjee on Sitar -
Ganesh & Kumaresh on carnatic violin -
Carnatic music by Jayanthi Kumaresh -
Raga Shudh Sarang by Kaushiki Chakraborty -
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Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals : Lesson 2-1 Janta swaralu
Carnatic Vocal Series : Lesson No.2 on Janta Swaralu ( Janta means a pair and swaram means a syllable or note . So the syllables which occur in pairs are all put together as Jantaswaralu) As we move higher, we now enter the series of Jantaswaralu after the 1st lesson on Sarali Swaralu of Carnatic music.
Raaga: Maayamaava Gowla(15th Melakartha Raagam)
Arohana : S R1 G3 M1 P D1 N3 S
Avarohana : S N3 D1 P M1 G3 R1 S
Taalam : Adi
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Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals: Lesson 4-1 Varnam Sankaraabaranam
Varnam Is the bridge between the two musical forms, Abhyasa Ganam and Sabha Ganam. Learning many Varnams and in many ragams makes a student of music very proficient in the art. Varnams, bring out the lakshana or characteristics of a raga .They also help in obtaining control over layam or timing. Varnams are divided into Pallavai, Anupallavi, Charanam, Muktayi Swaras and Charana Swaras. Each varnam in a particular raga helps the student to understand the scope and grammar of the raga and helps the students to gain good knowledge of ragam 7 laya. The varnams will have to be practised in atleast two speeds.
The video is about a varnam which is set to sankarabharanam, adi taalam.
Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals: Lesson 4-2 Varnam NinnuKori YunnanuRa
This is the second video on varnams. The song Ninnu Kori Yunnanu Ra is set to Mohana Raaga or Mohanam , Adi Talam. Composed by Ramanad Sreenivas Iyyengar, this song is on the devotee's surrender to the Lord Srinivasa.
Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals: 8-1 Geetham Lambodara
This video is a song named Lambodhara Lakumikara that follows Malahari Raagam , Roopaka Taalam, in praise of Lord Ganesha. This raagam was composed by Purandara Das. The taalam is comprised of 1 Dhrutha(m) and 1 laghu. The notes in this scale are 'shuddha rishabham, shuddha madhyamam, shuddha dhaivatam in arohana and additional antara gandharam in avarohanam. This raga is often used for beginners after the swara-based excercises in Maayamalawagowla.