Online Vocal Class

Overview

Hindustani Vocal music is the classical music of Northern India. Krishna Music School provides a unique opportunity for students everywhere to learn Hindustani Vocal music from the convenience of their own home through a highly structured curriculum, a clear path for progression.

Prerequisites

Interest in music and curiosity to discover the joy of learning is the other prerequisites. There is no upper age limit. Music can be learned at any age. 

Topics covered

In the first class, we are going to teach the student. How you will be able to sing your voice in the right vocals. And how your voice has the right tone and pitch. And how can you make your voice sing in all three corners. How will the temple be able to set the tone in the middle and the chord octave. And you will be given Riyaz with ahan harmonium. As long as your tone does not sound in the right direction, you will be made to be made with a harmonium. And when you have identified the vowel h, you will be made to rejoice with tanpura.
And with this, you will be given complete information about Harmonium and Tanpure. Of how the harmonium is played. How to tune Tannapure. After this, what we will teach you. He is like this.

Hindustani Shastra music will be taught about vocals.

1) How many vowels are there.
2) What are the names of vowels.
3) How many types of vowels are there.
4) How do we recognize the vowel?
5) How many octaves are there in harmonium.
6) What is the name of the octave in the harmonium.
7) This is called ornamentation.
8) What is a reflex?
9) How will our voice be sweetened by performing Riyaz.

In this way, all of this will be taught in class. And practical and theory will also be taught.
And with this, you will be given a lot of information at the time of the class.

Advantage:
After learning all this, you will be able to play Harmonium well. Will be able to sing some of his songs, kirtans, chanting, Baja Ke.
This will be taught to you. This is a must for a sitar recital violin recital etc.

After taking the basic course

we are going to teach you one step ahead of this. That very popular style of Shastri music which we know by the name Khyal. There are 2 types of ideas. Khyal is composed in the Dhrupad style, it is sung in a delayed rhythm and tilwara, jhumra, jhada chautal or a rhythm. This is called a big idea. The thought that is sung in a tritala, a rhythm, or a japhtal is a fast thought; It is also called small thought. Big Khayal was composed by Sadrang and Adarang. Before them, Dhrupad-Dhamar and Chhota Khyal were sung as classical music. Nowadays singers sing both Bada Khyal and then Chhota Khyal in the Mahfilon. How many houses of singing and singing each of them has their own style.

Khyal has two parts, permanent and inner. The singer first expands the vocals by tying bandish to alap and tana and then gradually elevates the building of the raga. The singer who by his talent has the ability to make Khyal’s imaginative decoration. Khyal is considered the best singer. In this way, we will teach you a little thought. In this way, you will be taught a course of 6 rago. A complete introduction of Rago will be given. for example.
1) Where does raga originate.
2) Raga which originates from the that.
3) How many are that.
4) How many parts of a raga are there.
5) What is the practice of holding the ascension of the raga?
6) The time of the raga, the communist voice of the raga, is chanted.
7) The names of the parts of the raga. Like permanent inter ala tan.
8) How should we sing a raga in order to set an entire raga.
9) Complete information will be taught.
10) What are movable fixed voices? Who is called the soft voice, the pure voice, the loud voice?

In this way, we will teach you further courses. Just as you were given complete information in singing, similarly you will be given information about basic stars. Like how 1) sit with a sitar. How tuning is done How many stars are there in the sitar. Sitar Tumba Khutia Bridge is called Turpe and Mizraf. And in this, the canto ornament reflex and sitar’s gait are replaced with Jhala. In this way, we want to tell you that in singing and playing, the basic ringtones are the same as the reflex vocals. Only their names change. Like the raga is Yemen. If he sings a song, he will tell that I am singing the raga Yemen. And if a player plays the same raga, he will tell the same raga that the raga in the sitar is playing the movement of the sitar in Yemen. So in this, we did not show that raga is going to Yemen only. And the player is playing the same melody. In this way, we want to convince you that the reverse is the same. Only the singer sings it and the same ornament reverts the raga Sargam player plays it. In this, we saw that Gaia is also Sakta rather than Ja Sakta.