Alankars bansuri – Download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Phone (03) Mobile email: [email protected]; [email protected] ALANKAR CONTINUED. 8. SA MA – RE PA – GA DHA – MA. Here I explain and demonstrate some of the techniques used on the bansuri to make the music sound more beautiful. I have included some videos to.

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This alankar should be first practiced time initially and before you start any session this can be used for warm up. But dont worry over the time stamina will slowly increase with practice. You should initially take time to think through the pattern and the articulate them.

I play the following using gamak: Seena rahman 21 September at When a cluster of notes played very fast and with force to decorate or embellish another note, it is called a khatka or gitkari. The video is in 3 parts. I diligently follow them.

Unknown 8 September at This creates a continuous, flowing sound. For example, you could play: At first I play using gamak: Coming up with pattern and articulating it on the fly is an important part of Hindustani music.


Practicing Scales

I then use the same technique between Sa and Re. This is done in 2 ways; 1. Basically the difference between khatka and zamzama is bbansuri khatka only hits notes, whereas Zamzamas continue up and down the scale. Basic rules of weight training are to start with simple exercises with light weights.

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While structure, temperament and mood of a raga is conventionally defined, a good Hindustani musician would present it in a completely different manner every time he interprets the raga. Meend alankaes when you alankarz from one note to the other, for example from Ni to Sa in a sliding motion with your finger. I demonstrate this in the video below. So what can I do to improve it.?? Bansuri is such an instrument with which you have to always be in touch.

Bnasuri Yoga Studio 12 March at For now, we are just practicing them to gain comfort with the instrument. Prashanth Kumar 8 July at Raj kishor jha 2 October at You can also try saying other clusters of letters to ornament your music like: To do meend from Ni to Sa, play Ni and then slowly move your finger upwards until uncovering it completely.

Your time learning the instrument will increase. Unknown 21 October basuri Terms of Use Powered by. Zx Anuj 18 March at If you carefully study Alankaars shown in tables above, you will realize that they have certain building blocks[1].


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Another important thing is to try and play these patterns without referring to the articulation. The idea here is that it must not sound long like the other notes, it must be very very short – remember just a tap! For example, if you play for example the note SA SA SA so three times the same note you could do this by alnakars and stopping the air flow three times, however, your music will sound much better if you use tonguing.

You literally tap the hole of the note – on and off very quickly.

Here I explain and demonstrate some of the techniques used on the bansuri to make the music sound more beautiful. Notice how the music is continuous.

A murki is a cluster of usually notes played around a main note to make it sound more beautiful. Try it absolutely for free for first 15 day.