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Rag Desh

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Nathan Indrakumar

on 6 October 2013

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Transcript of Rag Desh

Rag Desh
Rag Desh V1
Rag Desh V2
Rag Desh V3
Rhythm
Two talas
Jhaptal
Tintal
Sixteen beat cycle
Ten beat cycle
2+3+2+3
4+4+4+4
Instrumentation
Sitar
Tabla
Plucked string instrument
Two drums with the smaller right
drum being made out of wood and
the left drum being made of metal
Structure
Alap
Gat
Jhalla
Introduction
Monophonic
Only sitar playing
No regular beat
Meends
Slides and pitch bends
Main section
Polyphonic
Sitar and tabla
Moderate tempo
Increases in speed
towards the end of
the section
Very fast tempo
Sitar strings are
strummed for effect
Instrumentation
Sarod
Sarangi
Pakhawaj
Tabla
Two drums with the smaller right
drum being made out of wood and
the left drum being made of metal
A plucked string instrument
A bowed string instrument
A long drum with a head at both ends
Structure
Alap
Bhajan
Polyphonic
Only sarangi and vocal
Slow tempo
Tabla is introduced with Keherwa Tal
Short solos for sarangi and sarod
Rhythm
One tala
Keherwa Tal

Eight beat cycle
(2+2+2+2)
Instrumentation
Shruti box
Swarmandel
A plucked string instrument
An electronic instrument which plays a drone
Esraj
A bowed string instrument
Bansuri
Tabla
Two drums with the smaller right
drum being made out of wood and
the left drum being made of metal
A bamboo flute which has holes instead of keys
Structure
Rhythm
Two talas
Rupak Tal
Ektal Tal
Seven beat cycle
(3+2+2)
Twelve beat cycle
(2+2+2+2+2+2)
Alap
Gat 1
Gat 2
Polyphonic
Shruti box, bansuri and erraj
with the shruti box playing a
drone on the notes D and A
Slow tempo
No regular beat
Bansuri solo at the beginning
Entrance of tabla
Tabla plays Rupak Tal
Fast tempo
Tabla solo to begin
Tabla plays Ektal Tal
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