Friday, September 30, 2011
Some friends have requested for the hole numbers, since the notation pattern is still to be learnt by them. Our next posting of the same song identifying the hole numbers for practising this song.
BAHARON PHOOL BARSAO = GAGA MA DHA DHANISA... .SA..SASANISA
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = SASASASA NI- DHA-MAMADHANI-NI
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = NI - NIDHA DHANISA-SA-NISANI - DHA - DHA
HAWAON RAGNI GAO = GAGA MA DHA DHANISA... .SA..SASANISA
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI =SASASASA NI- DHA-MAMADHANI-NI
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI =NI - NIDHA DHANIre - re -NISANI-DHA - DHA
O LAALEE PHOOL KI MEHENDI = GA'GA'MA'SA' - SA'- SA'GA'GA'MA'SA' - SA'
LAGAA IN GORE HATHONMEIN =SANISADHA - DHA MA SADHASADHASA-SA
UTAR AA EI GHATAA KAAJAL = GA'GA'MA'SA' - SA' - SA'GA'GA'MA'SA' - SA'
LAGAA IN PYARI AANKHONMEIN = SANISADHA - DHA MA SADHASADHASA - SA
SITARON MAANG BHAR JAO = GAGA MA DHA DHANISA - SA - SASANISA
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = SASASASA NI - DHA - MAMADHANI - NI
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = NI - NIDHADHANIre - re - NISANI - DHA - DHA
Friday, September 23, 2011
BAHARON PHOOL BARSAO = EEF#A ABC-C-CCBC
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = CCCC B-A-F# F#AB-B
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = B-BA ABC-C BCB-A-A
HAWAON RAGNI GAO = EEF#A ABC-C-CCBC
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI =CCCC B-A-F# F#AB-B
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = B-BA ABC#-C# BCB-A-A
O LAALEE PHOOL KI MEHENDI = E'E'F#'C'-C' E'E'F#'C'-C'
LAGAA IN GORE HATHONMEIN =CBCA-AF#CBCBA-A
UTAR AA EI GHATAA KAAJAL = E'-E'E'F#'C'-C' E'E'F#'C'-C'
LAGAA IN PYARI AANKHONMEIN = CBCA-AF#CBCBA-A
SITARON MAANG BHAR JAO = EEF#A ABC-C CCBC
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = CCCC B-A-F# F#AB-B
MERA MEHEBOOB AYA HAI = B-BA ABC#C# BCB-A-A
These are the basic notes. we can add flavour to it by vibrato or putting some accidental notes. please operate the slider gently either with your fore finger or the thumb. Please dont hit it with your palm since its very delicate.
We are open for any corrections and suggestions since we learn though our mistakes & errors.
BAHARON PHOOL BARSAO
Please note that this post is not in link to my the previous post. The previous post is for the beginners who are keen to know the positions of the notes in harmonica.
BAHA RON PHOOL BARSAO , MERAMEHE BOOB AYAA HAIEE F#A ABC-C CCB-C CCCC BA-F# F#AB-B
MERA MEHEBOOB AYAA HAIB-BA ABC-C BCB-A
HAWAON RAAGNI GAO , MERA MEHEBOOB AYAA HAI,
NOTES ARE SAME AS THE TOP NOTES
MERA MEHEBOOB AYAAHAIB-BA ABC# -C# BCB-A
O LAALI PHOOL KIMEHENDI LAGA IN GORE HATHONMEINE'E'F'# C'-C' E'E'F'#C-C C'BC' BA AF#C' BC'BA-A ( E' IS THE 'E' OF NEXT OCTAVE )
UTAR AA EI GHATAA KAAJAL LAGAAIN PYAARI ANKHONMEINE'-E'E'F# C - C E'E' F'#-CC C'-BC'BA AF#-C' BC'BA-A
SITARON MAANG BHARJAO , MERA MEHEBOOB AYAA HAI
(THE SAME NOTES OF BAHARON PHOOL BARSAO CONTINUES HERE AFTER TILL THE END )
MERA MEHEBOOB AYAA HAI
BAHARON PHOOL BARSAO.................................
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
C , C# , D , Eb , E , F , F# , G , Ab , A , Bb , B .
HOW TO GET THE NOTES OF AN OCTAVE ON A CHROMATIC HARMONICA
C = Blow at the holes 1 , 5 , 9 with slider out
C# = Blow at the above holes with slider in
D = Draw at the above holes with slider out
Eb = Draw at the above holes with slider in
E = Blow at the holes 2 , 6 , 10 with slider out
F = Draw at the above holes with slider out
F#= Draw at the above holes with slider in
G = Blow at the holes 3 , 7 , 11 with slider out
Ab =Blow at the above holes with slider in
A = Draw at the above holes with slider out
Bb = Draw at the above holes with slider in
B = Draw at the holes 4 , 8 , 12 with slider out
B# = Draw at the above holes with slider in ( This is C note only but sounds sweet at landing )
C = Blow at the above holes with slider out ( This is the C of the next octave )
C# = Blow at the above holes with slider in ( This is the C # of the next octave )
HAVE A GOOD PRACTICE . ALL THE BEST.
Our next post will be the notations for the song Baharon Phool Barsao .
Monday, September 19, 2011
TONE means a sound of a certain frequency. Sometimes the tone is pleasant to the ear & some times it is pungent to the ear. The pungent one we term as NOISE and the pleasant ones we chose to put them in order making a garland of NOTES which is known as SCALE. We identify each note by a name depending upon their frequencies. Putting these set of notes in ascending order of their frequencies & making a chain is the SCALE. As each NOTE has a name, similarly each SCALE has a name. Conventionally the scale starts with C as the reference having the notes ascending order staring with the note name C.
There are 12 NOTES viz C , C# , D, D# ( Eb ) , E , F , F# , G , G# ( Ab ) , A , A# ( Bb ) & B .
similarly 12 SCALES with the same names as the NOTES. In a particular scale there are seven notes in total.
Example Scale ' C ' = C , D , E , F , G , A , B & again C of the next octave.
The Major & Minor concept of the SCALE , FLAT & SHARP NOTES I will explain latter.
I will upload the song BAHARON PHOOL BARSAO with the original song then the play of the same song in the original scale on harmonica.
Finally for the understanding & grasp of the song I will give the notations of the song.
Friday, September 16, 2011
As all of us know MUSIC is one of the important streams of Fine arts, which soothes the heart & gives total relaxation to the body & mind. As far as Science is concerned Music is the combination of certain sound frequencies set up in a particular order, which is very soothing & pleasing to the ears.And as far as Arts is concerned Music is DIVINE which is something beyond explanation.
Let us take a travel towards the Science Of Music, try to understand the rudiments, practice it & finally let us feel that we are blessed by Mother Saraswati to be successful in our efforts.
Finally let us utilise our scientific knowledge in Music to glorify this FINE ART.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
We are pleased to announce that veteran harmonica player Ramakrishna Sabnavees from Hyderabad has kindly agreed to guide the visitors to this blog on how to learn to play this tiny musical instrument, a long-felt demand expressed by hundreds of music enthusiasts.
Sabnavees, an engineer by profession, is also a self-taught harmonica player and has painstakingly learned the theory and put it in practice over the last five years. He used to play harmonica during his college days but had given it up because of the compulsion of his profession only to pick up after a long gap. Once he decided to take up harmonica he plunged himself into both theory and practice. The result is today he has become a guru who inspires young harmonica players.
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Today the HCG has over 30 members, half a dozen of them school children in the age group of 10-15 years. The man who deserves credit for attracting the generation next is Paresh Bhatia, who turned 50 last Septmber 11. Bhatia had not only introduced harmonica in his music class in a leading public school of Ahmedabad, but also gave personal tuition to anyone and everyone who wished to learn how to play this instrument.
It is Bhatia Sir's efforts which have given the music world child prodigies like Devansh, Aditya, Mihir and Pratham who have not just learned the 'Sa, Re, Ga, Ma' but can today play popular tunes from olden days, decades before they were born.
The result of this Guru-Shishya parampara was witnessed at a public performance of the Harmonica Club of Gujarat at Ahmedabad's premier Rajpath Club on September 10, 2011 where the kids outshone the veterans in presenting scintillating and romantic numbers.
We present here a few of the numbers played by the child prodigies.