In this Modular course in Geethams – Set 3, students are going to learn two Geethams – Mandara dhare in Raga Mohana set to Adi thala and Ganesha Geetam in Tamizh in Raga Mayamalavagoula set to Rupaka Tala.
Geetham means song or melody. Geetam are the first songs that are learnt in Carnatic music tradition. They are very short and are the first exercises where singing lyrics along with their swaram patterns are learnt. They are simplest musical form created by Purandara dasa in order to introduce Tala (rhythm) with Sahithya (lyrics). Gitams are set in medium tempo and contain no variations and the flow of the music is natural. Most of the lyrics are in praise of God. Students learn these Geetams after a course in the preliminary Sarali Varisai and Alankaras.
A modular course is defined as a part of the main course that can stand-alone. The topics are related and when combined with all other parts, become the entire course. The advantage of taking Modular course is that it can be taken as and when the student has time to do the course and also offers flexibility in payment option.
Students are provided with high quality in depth step by step instructional videos, watching which they learn and present the same during one on one online class with the instructors helping them to enhance their learning. Audio downloads, Shruti downloads, Notations, Glossary and PDF’s are provided to help the students in their practice. Students will have online assessments at the end of every module.
Any students who have completed learning Geetham lessons can take up this course.
This course is for you if:
You are passionate to learn Carnatic music intensively
You are a beginner in the field of Indian classical music with exposure to all Swaravalis and Alankaras.
You are a performer / student of any music genre in the world who is interested to learn Carnatic music in depth.
You are a teacher who is interested to understand the art in depth and use it as a reference course.
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