Indian Classical music is based on a drone, usually provided by a tampura (large stringed instrument). The tonic is therefore fixed for a performance. For western listeners the fact that there is no harmony at all can be a little strange at first. However, once you feel comfortable you can really appreciate the colours that each...
I'd like to mention how important it is to practice a little everyday - not a large chunk once a week. The brain needs regular 'feeding' with new information. This then allows the brain to process the new information and work with the muscle memory in your hands to help you learn and perform the new rhythm patterns correctly. It's...
Are you interested in learning about Indian classical Ragas and the theory and literature behind it? You will be able to learn the Ragas, the mathematics behind the melody of each, be able to understand the chords, be able to learn Bhajans, Shlokas, Mantras and their meaning. It's a truly therapeutic way towards a peaceful and calm...
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