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Category Archives: Carnatic Music Lessons
Let’s learn Saptha Swaras and their symbols Continue reading
These are zigzag sequences that increase the students’ overall command of notes. Dhatu Varisais are the sequences in which the notes “jump” up and down. Continue reading
Mandrastaayi Varisai or Keezhstaayi Varisai is the complement to the Mel staayi varisai. They allow you to increase your command of successive lower notes. Continue reading
These are higher octave sequences, which increase the students’ vocal or instrumental range. Again, the logic is easy to understand. The first is the simplest and every subsequent exercise adds a new phrase to the previous one. This progressively cover notes upto Pa in the higher octave. Continue reading
Learn carnatic Music – Carnatic Music Lessons for Beginners-Jantai Varisai – Notation & Audio. Jantai Varisai are the sequences that enable you to gain felicity in a form of ornamentation called “sphuritam,” which is rendering a note twice, once plain and a second time with emphasis (force). These forceful sequences facilitate you to add weight and majesty to your voice. Continue reading
To start learning carnatic music, you should train yourself with the voice training sessions called varishas. Varishas are swara (notes) patterns that train you to handle a particular raga to equip you to learn carnatic music. It also initiates you to the concept of tala or rhythm. Continue reading