Saturday, February 16, 2013

Indian Classical Music Lessons

Divya Music offers regular singing classes for learning Indian Vocal Music with expert guidance of the experienced senior Indian Vocal Music teachers – top Indian music gurus in India. Online Indian Vocal Music course lessons offered by Divya Music, online music learning courses offers live, real time online Indian music classes and Hindustani vocal music lessons – online web learning sessions with the best Indian Music Guru from India.

Hindustani Vocal Music and Indian Vocal Music:

Indian vocal music training and educational courses are available at Divya Music for university, college & school students in India with highly experienced faculty of renowned senior Indian vocal music teachers and options to select a Hobby music course in the curriculum and a complete well defined syllabus for a promising career in vocal music.

Shastriya Sangeet or The North Indian style of Indian classical music is practiced throughout the northern Indian subcontinent. It is a tradition that originated in Vedic ritual chants and has been evolving since the 12th century, primarily in what is now North India, Earlier, Hindustani vocal music was not available to everyone and was confined to high society people like the ruling, administrative and business class only but because of two musicians & scholars: V. N. Bhartkhande & V.D. Paluskar, today it easily available to the common man.

One possible classification of ragas is into “melodic modes” or “parent scales”, known as thaats, under which most ragas can be classified based on the notes they use. Thaats may consist of up to seven scale degrees, or swara. Hindustani classical musicians name these pitches using a system called Sargam, the equivalent of the Western movable dosolfege.The Hindustani classical music concepts: Shruti, Swara, Alankar, Raga, Tala, Thaat and Gharana.

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