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The notes are not measured in pitch hertz , but are in relation to the first note. Furthermore, the notation system is based on finger position, rather than tone. What this means is that; Songs can be played on any bansuri, regardless of flute length. Key is not a constraint. The same tune will sound different on 2 flutes of different keys, but the playing and notation method will not change.
The basic scale is as follows; I have added rainbow colours for ease of visualization. The upper octave is reached by changing your mouth shape embouchure which refocuses the air. Bansuri can play two to two and a half octaves, more on this later! The Notation System We need one system for the lower octave, one for the middle octave and another for the upper octave. This seems counter intuitive at first, but makes sense if you keep in mind that the scale begins with 3 holes closed.
But sometimes scales will call for this note to played totally open. These flutes are short enough for most beginners to be able to play. Longer flutes have deeper notes but lack the responsiveness and expression of higher flutes.
Flute - Notations
This if very difficult to explain, but I will do my best here. The word "Raga" literally means "what colours the mind" and often in music books you will find all kinds of heavy worded and poetic descriptions, however for the sake of helping you understand what a raga is, I will explain it as simply as I can at first before giving the more complex descriptions. It is important also to know that there are hundreds of ragas - all with different names, some are more common than others. A raga is basically a melody produced by playing a set of specific notes and adhering to certain rules. Each raga, which is always improvised in Indian music, gives a different feel. So one improvised melody might make us think of romance, another might make us feel very calm and another might make its listeners feel sad.
SWARAS & SYMBOLS
Kajir Black or white spores may appear and you may notice an unpleasant smell. Happiness, agony, pain, disgust, anger, sorrow- everything can be related through the different kinds of music. It is also often associated with the separation of a lover. You abnsuri notice in this Raga Bhupali that Ma and Ni are omitted not played at all. You literally tap the hole of the note — on and off very quickly. Press your lips together. Verify the characters on the left.
Sargam / Notation for Hindi Songs
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