Hindustani & Carnatic music are the two main poles of classical Indian music. Both music styles have the same origin & sources according to ancient scriptures but they have many differences too.
The origin of Caranatic music dates back to around the 15th and 16th century AD. Carnatic music is a system of music associated with the southern part of India and the style is followed largely in four south Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala & Tamil Nadu. Caranatic classical music is mostly vocal unlike Hindustani classical music. There are 72 basic scales on the octave and cosntitute a rich variety of melodic motion. The basic form of a song is monophonic in variation.
Divya Music offers special vocal music classes to learn singing – Carnatic vocal, Hindustani vocal – classical vocal and semi classical vocal – Ghazal, Bhajans etc. Divya Music – one of the best music schools in India, conducts regular and online vocal music classes for Certificate hobby courses, Diploma courses, Bachelor degree courses, Masters degree courses and doctorate music courses in vocal music – classical vocal, light classical vocal and Rabindra Sangeet etc. During learning the theory and practice of vocal music at Divya Music, a vocal music course student learns about music – knowledge of Indian vocal music, sound and its origin, scales, notes (notations), work of noted musicians of the world, many Ragas and Raga based musical compositions, Talas (teen taal etc.), Rhythms, Alankars, light classical etc. The vocal music student learns many of the following ragas: Yaman, Bhupali, Kafi, Bhairav, Bihag, Alhaiya Bilawal, Khamaj, Bage shri, Durga, Aashawari, Bhairavi, Virndawani, Bhimpalasi, Desh, Tilak Kamod, Hamir, Kedar, Tilang, Kalingda, Patdeep, Jaunpuri, Malkauns, Pilu, Deshkar and Shankra etc.
Hindustani vocal music – Shastriya Sangit or the north Indian style of Indian classical music is practiced throughout the northern Indian subcontinent. It is a tradition that originated in Vedic ritual chants and has been evolving since the 12th century, primarily in what is now North India, Earlier, Hindustani vocal music was not available to everyone and was confined to high society people like the ruling, administrative and business class only but because of two musicians & scholars: V. N. Bhartkhande & V.D. Paluskar, today it easily available to the common man. One possible classification of ragas is into “melodic modes” or “parent scales”, known as thaats, under which most ragas can be classified based on the notes they use.
The Generes – Hindustani Classical: Dhrupad, Dhamar, Khyal, Tarana, Sadra and Semi classical: Thumri, Dadra, Qawwali, Ghazal, Bhajans (devotional), Chaiti, Kajri. The Thaats: Bilaval, Khamaj, Kafi, Asavari, Bhairav, Bhairavi, Todi, Purvi, Marwa and Kalyan.
Divya Music offers regular classes for learning Hindustani Vocal Music with expert guidance of experienced senior Hindustani Vocal Music teachers – gurus. Online Hindustani Vocal Music course lessons offered by Divya Music, online music learning courses include pre-recorded instructive lessons and live real time learning sessions with the Hindustani Music Guru.
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