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Junior Diploma - Indian Classical Music Year 1

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Junior Diploma - Indian Classical Music Year 1

A Junior Diploma Vocal Music class with a focus on Raag-based training typically offers a more advanced curriculum, building upon the foundations of beginner vocal music while delving deeper into the intricacies of Indian classical music.

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  • Inclination to Learn Music Laptop & Seamless Wifi Connection

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Junior Diploma Year 1 - Indian Classical Music Course - Intermediate Level Music Course for Music Aspirants

Foundations of Indian Classical Music:

  • In-depth study of the fundamentals of Indian classical music, including the concepts of swara (musical notes), laya (rhythm), and taal (rhythmic cycles).
  • Understanding the structure and elements of a Raag (melodic framework) and the importance of improvisation within it.
  • Learning about different types of Raags, their characteristics, and the emotional expressions they evoke.

Raag Exploration:

  • Exploration of various Raags through listening, analysis, and practical application.
  • Memorization and understanding of the Arohana (ascending scale) and Avarohana (descending scale) of each Raag.
  • Practicing alaap, the slow and melodic exploration of a Raag, to internalize its mood and tonal palette.

Taal and Rhythm Training:

  • Advanced rhythmic exercises focusing on intricate taal patterns and laya variations.
  • Application of taal in vocal improvisation and composition within the context of a Raag.
  • Understanding the relationship between taal and laya in Indian classical music performance.

Bhava and Expression:

  • Deepening emotional expression and artistic interpretation within Raag-based singing.
  • Exploring different bhavas (emotions) and nuances to enhance the communicative power of the music.
  • Incorporating elements of storytelling and mood depiction in Raag presentation.

Vocal Technique Refinement:

  • Continued focus on breath control, vocal resonance, and tonal purity.
  • Advanced vocal exercises to expand vocal range, improve agility, and strengthen vocal muscles.
  • Refinement of articulation and ornamentation techniques such as meend (glides), gamak (oscillations), and taan (rapid melodic runs).

Raga-based Composition:

  • Introduction to the compositional forms of Indian classical music, including Khayal, Thumri, and Bhajan.
  • Learning traditional compositions in different Raags and understanding their structure and lyrical content.
  • Exploring techniques for improvisation and elaboration within the framework of a composed piece.

Performance Practice and Critique:

  • Regular performance opportunities in class and in front of peers and instructors.
  • Receiving constructive feedback on vocal technique, Raag rendition, and overall presentation.
  • Analyzing recordings of performances by master musicians to learn from their interpretations and styles.

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