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In this course HV109 the student revisits and reviews Ragas learned earlier, works on the Raga roop and Swar Vistar with attention to developing the ability of switching Ragas. The create their own composition of a medley of about 4 Ragas, with the idea resembling that of the traditional Ragamala composition. The early morning majestic Raga Bhairav is introduced in this course with a Chhota Khayal Bandish in Madhyalaya Ektaal. This Raga is improvised with Swar Vistar and improvisation within the Ektaal structure.

Raga Durga Tarana is a beautiful composition spanning octaves is learned. 

The discussion on Thaat system of classification of Ragas is carried forward by listing out the 10 Thaats

The student should have completed HV108 from the academy OR                                     

 The student should be able to:

  • Perform Chhota Khayal with self-created Aalap and Taan in at least 6 Ragas along with SwaraVistar,
  • Sing a Tarana in any Raga,
  • Create Alankar patterns in different Ragas and sing them,
  • Compose and sing a Swar Maalika and a Tarana,
  • Recite Teentaal, Dadra, Rupak and Jhaptaal
  • Sing a Bhajan
Raga Bhairav Introduction
  • Bhairav Aaroh Avaroh
  • Bhairav Swara exercises
  • Bhairav Swar Vistar
Raga Bhairav Chhota Khayal
  • Jago Brij Rajkuvar- Bandish
  • Jago Brij Rajkuvar- Aalap
  • Jago Brij Raj Kuvar- Taan
Raga Durga Tarana
  • Durga Tarana Bandish
Raga Khamaj Reviw
  • Khamaj Description
  • Khamaj Chhota Khayal
Brindavani Sarang review
  • Brindavani Sarang Chhota Khayal Bandish
  • Brindavani Sarang aalap and Taan
Thaat system
  • 10 Thaats
  • Aashray Ragas
Composition of Raga Medley
  • Ragaroop and Swar Vistar
  • Switching of Ragas