Indian Classical Music believes that the voice shapes by practicing
These are nothing but vocal exercises using Sa, Re, Ga, Ma sounds. Sa, Re, Ga, Ma are known as swars and they map to keys on the keyboard.
Carnatic Music’s one of world’s oldest and richest musical traditions. It primarily comprises a monophonic song based on improvised variations. The melody infused ragas called ‘alapana’ are introduced and developed gradually, with the embellishment much faster and shorter. It begins with ‘Varnam’ a warm up of sort for the musicians, followed by exchange of ragas and thalas, intermixed with krithis and pallavi. Emphasis is more on the voice than on instrument as it is said to have the ability to bring out the gradation of the composition.
Carnatic Vocal music is the classical music of Southern India. Academy provides the unique opportunity for students everywhere to learn Carnatic Vocal music from the convenience of their own home through a highly structured curriculum, a clear path for progression, and certifications for completion. Level Certificates are given to students at each of seven levels: Sa, Ri, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha and Ni. Each level requires the student to complete the courses listed under it and pass the level exam. Students who are new to the Academy start with the first course in each of the levels, depending on prior experience. Entry into any level will require new students to take and pass the assessment for the prior level.
As we all know Carnatic Music is a very complicated yet systematically structured form of classical music. To master this, one should dedicate himself to the rigorous training pattern that Carnatic music demands.
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