In this modular course, you will learn Javali “Vagaladi Bodhanalaku” in Telugu language. Javalis are the compositions that are emotional in nature, mostly dealing with mundane love. The music and the mood in Javalis are lighter; the language is colloquial and has a lot of humor and satire. Tirupati Narayanaswami composed this Javali in Raga Behag set to Rupaka Tala. Here, the Nayika chides her beloved who has come back after breaking up with a ordinary prostitute. She questions, “ Oh Venkateswara! Are you swayed by the due advice of that clever deceptive woman who cheats many people even in the broad daylight? I was just praying that your relationship with that girl should turn bitter..”
In this course, students are provided with high quality step by step learning videos by watching which they learn the compositions and present it during one on one online class with the instructors. Audio downloads are provided to help the students in their practice.
This course is for:
• A beginner student who wants to understand and learn well the art of expression
• A dancer who wants to enhance their skills in Abhinaya.
• A teacher who wants to study the art of Abhinaya in depth.
The course duration is for 6 weeks for each composition with 6 one to one online classes with the faculty. Before enrolling for the course, the students (16+years) & teachers are advised to send the video clipping of their practice or performance of a composition for the review and understanding of students needs by the faculty. They could email the video link to firstname.lastname@example.org
The course could be done with or without certification. The students who require certification for Level 1 should have completed learning all five compositions and have to take an assessment at the end of the course. Later, they could enroll for MCA, Level 2.
Those in the age group of 9 to 15 years are advised to send the video of their practice or performance to admin@eambalam. The faculty will review the video and if the student is eligible, they will be taken as one to one students, where age appropriate compositions will be taught.
Modular courses in Abhinaya are part of the main course ‘Master classes in Abhinaya Level 1’, where there are 6 modules consisting of 5 compositions, each of which varies in language, theme, Raga & composer. There are 3 Padams, 1 Javali and 1 Devaranama in “Master classes in Abhinaya” Course.
Abhinaya is ‘the art of expression’, which is very unique to all Indian classical dance forms. The meaning of the lyrics of the song that the dancer dances to is conveyed to the audience with the help of facial expressions, hand gestures and body movements and this is called Abhinaya. Padam, Javali, Shloka, Bhajan, Ashtapadi and Devaranama are some of the main compositions that belong to the Abhinaya section in Bharathanatyam. There are thousands of compositions written by several composers encompassing varied human emotions that are universal in nature.Sign In / Sign Up