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Below are the music theory notes for Carnatic Music at Government Music Colleges in Andhra Pradesh for Years I carnatic_music_theory_notes_year_1. pdf. This book contains articles on Carnatic Muri tributed to practice and the theory of music in a popular an Articles on Carnatic Music appeared in the Daily. Alankaarams (lesson 6) Brought to you by karnATik. All the Carnatic music you need! calivekospa.ga See website for notations as well as audio!.

I am sure that this book will be of great help to musicians, musicologists,.. Books on the Physics of Music written with the. Acoustics in Tamil for the music students, about. More notation files put up on this website periodically for downloading. In Tamil music also we have operas in Silapathikaram etc.. Carnatic music. Panchapakesa Iyer, 7 books.

Varnam in Ata Taalam in two speeds 1 3. Kriti or Keerthana 4 see Note 4a of Notes on Syllabus 4. Thevarams 2 1 new and 1 previous 5.

Thirupugazh 2 1 new and 1 previous 6. Subramaniya Bharatiyar Songs 2 7. Scheme of 72 Melakartas - Names of chakras, the allocation of the swara mnemonics in the chakras.

Janya raagas: Bhashanga - upanga; Nishadhandya - Dhaivadhandya - Panchamandhya.

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Definition of these janya raagas with suitable examples. Tuning of these instruments and use of these instruments in Carnatic Music. Practising to write Varnam with notations swara and sahitya.

At the practical exam, students will have to sing or play on the instrument a musical piece chosen by the examiner s from the list submitted by the student. Taana Varnam Ata Talam 2 should not be repetition of previous grade 2. Taana Varnam in any other Taalam other than Adi or Ata 1 should not be repetition of previous grades 3.

Swara-jati by Shyama Sastri 1 5. The scheme of 72 Melakartas. Names of Ragas contained in each chakra. Student should be able to tune their Sruthi box. Prepare and submit a scrapbook at the exam.

Students should be able to handle these sections on their own. Raaga Aalapana - types and descriptions in detail. Varieties in Tanam. Methods in Niraval.

Methods of developing Kalpana swaras. Gamakas - types and applications dasavida gamakas. The use of Swarastaana-graphs are essential in Raaga Lakshanam. Brief knowledge of Pannisai.

Short life history of the Naalvar Thevara composers. Mudras of 10 composers mostly from composers in all 6 grade syllabi Musical Terms of previous grades 1 to 5 should be revised ie. Prepare and submit a scrap book at the exam. Marks will be allocated for the scrap book.

Vocal students should take an instrument as subsidiary subject and vice versa. Bharatha Natyam or Mrudhangam also can be taken as subsidiary subject. Candidates should be able to sing kalpana swarams to two 2 Raagas given by the examiners. Raaga aalapana of at least three 3 major Raagas and three 3 minor Raagas should be practised.

Raagams found in the syllabuses from Grade 2 to Grade 6 should be revised and could be used in the practical exam. Student should be able to tune a given Tambura and Violin or Veena and Flute 2. At the practical exam, students will have to sing or play on the instrument musical pieces chosen by the examiner s from the list submitted by the student.

NOTES contd. Sight singing should be done in vocal and on instrument.

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Conduct a model lesson: Examinee will be requested to conduct a practical lesson at the exam, on a Geetam, Keerthana or Thevaram to a student or students. These students to be provided by the examinee. If the Examinee cannot provide the students he or she should inform the Academy in advance and the Academy will provide the students.

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South Indian Music Book 4 - Chapters 1 to 8, 15, South Indian Music Book 6 - Chapters 5 to History of Indian Music by Prof.

P Sambamurthy - Chapters 3, 5, 11, 12, 15, 16, P Sambamurthy Great Musicians by Prof. P Sambamurthy Great Composers by Prof. P Sambamurthy Other publications by Prof. Ragas in Carnatic Music by Dr. Srgmpdns S ; S ; dnsr sndp.. Music and ManovignaanaShaastra Psychology Music and GanithaShaastra Mathematics Music and BhowthaShaastra Physics Music and ShareeraShaastra Living being Influence of Geographical aspects in the development of music system in a country Biography of the following music composers and their contribution to carnatic music: Jayadeva Thaallapaakam Annamaachaarya Naaraayana Theertha Venkatamakhi Kshetragna Sadaashiva Brahmendra Maargadeshi Seshaiyengar Subbaraama Dikshitar Mysore Chowdiah Brief historical development of Indian Music 2.

Brief description of Hindusthaani Music based on the following aspects: 2. Classification of Raagas 2. System of Thaalas 2. Types of Music compositions 2. Gharaanas 2.

Music Instruments 3. Thatha, Sushira and Avanaddha instruments origin and development 5. Brief introduction to Granthaas on Music Shaastra 6. Bharatha Naatya Shaastra chapters pertaining to Music only 6. Mathanga- Bruhaddeshi 6.

Shaargnadeva- Sangeetha Ratnaakara 7. Raamaamaathya- Swaramelaa kalaanidhi 6. Somanaatha- Raagavibhoda 6. Venkatamakhi- Chathurdandi prakaashike 6. Govindaachaarya- Sangraha Choodaamani 6. Astapadi 8. Tharanga 8. Soolaadi 8. Vrutthanaama 8. Ugaabhoga 8. Pada 8. Varna- Thaana varna, Pada varna, PadaJathi varna 8. Daru 8. Raagamaalike Introduction to Samudaaya Group Krithis 9. Ghanaraaga Pancharatna Krithis 9. Kovooru Pancharatna Krithis 9. Lalgudi Pancharatna Krithis 9.

Shriranga Pancharatna Krithis 9. Thiruvottiyur Pancharatna Krithis 9. Navagraha Krithis of Dikshithar 9.

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Kamalaamba Navaavarana Krithis 9. Vibhakthi Krithis 9. Panchalinga Sthala Krithis 9. Navaratnamaalikaas of ShyaamaShaastry 9. Navavidha Bhakthi Krithis of Swaathi Thirunaal 9. Swarajathis of Shyaamashastry 3 2. Surati 2. Kadanakuthoohala 2. Devamanohari 2. Gowla 3. Padavarna 1 5. Atataala varnams 4 in Three Speeds from the following Raagas: 5.

Poorvikalyaani 5. Yadukulakaambhoji 5. Thodi 5. Aanandabhairavi 5. Naata 5. Naarayanagowla 5. Dhanyaasi 5. Naatakuranji 6.

Ghanaraaga Panchakrithis of Thyaagaraaja 5 7. Navagraha Krithis of Muthuswamy Dikshitar 5 8. Navaraathri Krithis of Swaathi Thirunaal 3 9. Navaratnamaalika krithis of ShyaamaShastry 3 Divyanaama sankeerthana 5 Utsava sampradaaya keerthane 5 Krithis 12 with brief Aalap from the following Raagas: 1. Asaaveri 1. Punnaagavaraali 1. Amruthavaahini 1. Bindumaalini 1.

Naaraayanagowla 1. Jayamanohari 1. Pushpalathika 1. Ravichandrika 1. Neelambari 1. Aandolika 1. Dwijaavanthi 1. Devagaandhaari 1. HamirKalyaani 1. Chandrajyothi 1. Vijayanaagari 1. Bhooshaavali 1. Navaroj 1. Husseni 1. Janaranjani 1. Jhanjhooti 1. Naadanaamakriya 1. Kuranji 2. Krithis 5 with Aalap and swarakalpana from the following Raagas: 2. Saaramathi 2. Naayaki 2. Yadukulakaambhoji 2. Kedaara 2.

Saaranga 2. Manirangu 2. Ranjani 2. Bhowli 2. Kannada 3. Darbaar 3. Naata 3.

Varaali 3. Kaanada 3. Surati 3. Mukhaari 4. Shankarabharana 4. Begade 4. Ataana 4. Purvikalyaani 4. Shahana 4. Aanandabhairavi 4. Harikaambhoji 4. Manodharma Sangeetha: 1. Raagaalapana- Brief and Sampoorna Aalaapanas 1. Thaana- Types of Thaana 1.

Neraval or development of Saahithya 1.

Swarakalpana- Sarvalaghu swaras, composition of Jaathibheda and Gathibheda swaras 2. Broadcasting media for music- Brief description of Audio recordings; Gramaphone; Radio; Television; Amplifiers; computer; disc. Diversity in Naada 6. Swara: Dhwani Theevrathe pitch 6. Swara: Dhwani Ghoshana or Gaathra intensity 6. Naadaguna Timbre 6. Sahaanukampana Sympathetic Vibration 6. Anuranana Reverbration 6.

Prathidhwani Echo 6. Swayambhooswaras Harmonics 6. Sangeetha Sabhaangana concert stage 6. Music Studio 7. Description of Raagalakshana for the following Raagas: 8. Sarasaangi 8. Neelaambari 8. Shahana 8. Aanandabhairavi 8. Devagaandhaari 8. Ataana 8. Begade 8. Vaagadheeshwari 8. Saama 8. Kaanada 8. Kamaaj 8. Hindusthani Kaapi 8. Hamir Kalyani 8. Saaranga 8. Chandrajyothi 8. Vijayanaagari 8. Bhooshaavali 8. Ranjani 8.

Husseni 8. Surati 8. Navaroj 8. Janaranjani 8. Dharmavathi 8. Hemavathi 8. Manirangu 8. Kuranji 8. Jhanjhooti 8. Naadanaamakriya 8. Mukhaari 8. Naatakuranji 9. System of 22 sruthis in use in the carnatic system of Raagas; 22 sruthis encountered in the ShadjaPanchama and Shadja-Madhyama cycles; Sequence of Bhinna Raashis; Sequence of Amshas; Sequence of sruthis pramaana, nyuna and poorna sruthis Similarities and differences between the following pairs of Raagas Naayaki Darbaar Kedaaragowla Naaraayanagowla Anandabhairavi Reethigowla Devagaandhaari Aarabhi Vasantha Lalitha Shuddha Dhanyaasi Udayaravichandrika Saaveri Saalanganaata Rudrapriya Pushpalathika Vasanthabhairavi Lalithapanchama Hindola Jayanthashri Analysis of the style of compositions as seen in compositions of karnatic music trinities Thyaagaraaja; Muthuswamy Dikshitar; ShyaamaShaastry ; Distinct features seen in the compositions of composers after the post trinity period features other than those present in the trinity compositions THEORY 2 Part-1 Geya Naataka : 1.

Prahlaada Bhakthi Vijaya Naukaa Charithra Pallaki sevaa prabandha Krishnaleelaa Tharangini Geetha Govinda Note: Practical exam to be given in one of the above mentioned five dramas, selected once in 3 years on rotation basis.

This is to provide importance to all the dramas listed above. Part-2 1. Similarity and difference between Thaala and Laya 2.

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Thaniyaavarthana- Different phases and concluding part Mukthaaya 4. Role of UpaThaalas in a music concert; boundaries and limitations 5. Sequence of incorporating various Mukuta Swaras mukthaayi swaras in a swarakalpana with appropriate Kaarve 6.

Brief introduction to Prominent Laya Vidwaans of the 20th Century 6. Palghat Mani Iyer 6. Palani Subramanya Pillai 6. Dakshinaamurthy Pillai 6. Umayaalapuram Kodandaraamayyar 6. Vilvaadri Iyer 6. Tanjore Vaidyanaatha Iyer 6. Venkatesha Thevar 6. Veerabhadraiah M L 6. Puttaswamaiah T M 6. Pallavi 4 Kalai 2 Nos. Pallavi 2 Kalai 2 Nos.

Pallavi 1 Kalai 2 Nos. Miscellaneous compositions 2. Kshetragna Pada 4 2. Astapadi 2 2. Haridaasa Pada 4 2. Tharanga 2 2. Shivasharana Vachana 4 2. Raagamaalike 2 2. Chathurdasha Raagamaalike 1 2.

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