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Indian Music

For primary school music lesson, P3-4

Lim Zi Kai

on 14 November 2012

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Transcript of Indian Music

415 languages

Major religions include
Hinduism, Islam, Christianity,
Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism

Different regions and religions celebrate various festivals and holidays. India Cultural history of more than 4500 years The ancient land of diversity INDIA The ways of life differ from place to place Cultures of India There are more festivals in India
than there are days in a year! Food Cultures of India Clothing Cultures of India Sari Thali (platter) with Naan bread, Daal, Raita, Shahi paneer, and Salad. Khaman Chum chum (sweets) Kebab murgh makhani(butter chicken) Sharwani Churidaar Kurta Mundu Kasavu Meet a new friend from India! Questions 1) Where does Ranjit come from?
a. New Delhi
b. Mumbai
c. Shanghai
d. Singapore MUMBAI The largest city in India, population of 20.5 million Commercial and entertainment capital of India 2) What kind of music do you think "Maa" is?
a. Indian classical music
b. Bollywood music
c. Folk music Bollywood Music Hindi film music, or songs used in Bollywood film "Maa" is a song from "Taare Zameen Par", a 2007 film. Maa Yun To Main-- Di-kh-la--ta Na-hin
Te-ri Par-wa-ah Kar-ta-- Hoon Main Maa
Tu-jhe Sa-b Hain Pa-ta-- Hain Na Maa
Tu-jhe Sa-b Hain Pa-ta----- Meri Maa Though I've never shown it
I do care for you, mom (repeat)
Aren't you aware of everything, mom
You know everything, my mom Group activity! Groups of 5-6 people
1 drum
1 tambourine/
1 woodblock
at least 1 singer
Create an ostinato rhythm for the song "Maa"
Practise, then perform for your friends! Yun To Main, Dikhlata Nahin
Teri Parwaah Karta Hoon Main Maa
Tujhe Sab Hain Pata, Hain Na Maa
Tujhe Sab Hain Pata, Meri Maa Maa Lesson 2 Bollywood Song and Dance A new Bollywood song! A song from the movie "Ra.One" "Chammak Challo" Composed by
Vishal-Shekhar Chammak Challo
you're my chammak challo,
Where you go girl I'm gonna follow
What you want girl just let me know
Oh oh ohh
You can be my chammak challo
Ooh ohh

Surely I'm gonna get ya
You know I'm gonna get ya
You know I'll even let you
Let you be my chammak challo [Chorus]
Kaisa sharmana aaja nach ke dikha de
Aa meri hojaa aaja parda gira de
Aa meri akhiyon se akhiya mila le
Haan tuna nakhre dikhaa...
Wanna be my chammak challo Simple Dance Steps 1) Step left, touch; step right, touch (0:34-1:29)
2) The "Limp" step (1:30-2:26)
3) Hand movement (2:59- 3:22)
4) Hand movement 2 - "turn the light bulb" (3:22-3:33)
5) Hand movement 3 - "aaja" (3:57-4:20) Some simple dance steps to get you started Bollywood dancing... Group activity! Groups of 8-10 people
Using the dance steps you have learnt just now, create a dance sequence for ONE phrase of the song "Chammak Challo" (can be verse or chorus)
Practise your dance, then perform for your friends! From Bollywood music.... ... we shall go back...... Lesson 3 Indian Classical Music Raga Raga literally means "colour, hue", but also means "beauty, melody" A series of five or more notes, used to construct melody Different ragas have different moods, emotions. In North Indian music, there are even ragas for different times of the day and different seasons. Saweri ki Raga
(Morning Raga) Raga Yaman (Evening raga) Learn to sing a raga! Listen to two different ragas Indian Classical Music There are two main traditions in Indian classical music

Hindustani music and Carnatic music

Originated from North and

South India respectively Raga Relay Race! Sing the raga from the lowest to the highest sounds. Sa Ri Ga Pa Ni Group activity - Composition Work in groups of 4

Create a short tune using the raga you have just learnt.

Practise singing your tune, then perform for your friends! Sa Ri Ga Pa Ni
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