INDIAN MUSIC FORUM ARCHIVES: Tabla Forum: 3/2 * 3/2

 

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alien
3/2 * 3/2 Feb 04, 2003 04:47 a.m.


Hi All!
Consider this composition:

dha dha dha | gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena dhina gena | ...

It's originally in trigun. How about playing it in tisra jati?

dha s dha s dha s ge na dha | s ge na dha tra ka dhe te te | ...

It makes 9 notes per matra.
More difficult, play 4.5 in one:

Kaida:
dha tere kite | dha ge na | dha ge ti | na ke na

dha s te re ki te dha s ge | s na s dha s ge s ti s | na s ke s na s ta s te | re ki te ta s ke s na s | ...

Do you do it?
Is it traditional?

Thank you in advance.

tabla_sher
Re:3/2 * 3/2 Feb 04, 2003 12:24 p.m.


Hi,

I'm not really answering your question but just wanted to ask if you wouldn't mind passing that composition on? It sounded really good

alien
Re:3/2 * 3/2 Feb 05, 2003 05:26 a.m.


Hi!
Well, I just wanted to pick something in trigun beat by hazard. The second kaida is written completely, till khali. I've learnt it for dadra or ektal:
dha tere kite dha | ge na dha ge | ti na ke na

The first one is as follows:
dha dha dha | gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena dhina gena
gena dha dha | gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena tina kena

Warren
Re:3/2 * 3/2 Feb 05, 2003 06:26 p.m.


The second composition is from Zakir, he plays it on his magical moments CD . I believe it is a chalan or a gat, not a kaida . You must hear the variations to hear how fantastic it is.
I'm not sure what you are asking about 9 but you are missing the rest of the piece, it goes like this and fits into teental (or ektal)

dha dha dha | gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena dhina gena| dhatra kadhe tete| gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena tina kena|
Then
kena tin kena| ta ta kena| tatra kate tete|kena tina kena| dhatra kadhe tete| gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena dhina gena|


alien (Feb 05, 2003 05:26 a.m.):
Hi!
Well, I just wanted to pick something in trigun beat by hazard. The second kaida is written completely, till khali. I've learnt it for dadra or ektal:
dha tere kite dha | ge na dha ge | ti na ke na

The first one is as follows:
dha dha dha | gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena dhina gena
gena dha dha | gena dha gena | dhatra kadhe tete | gena tina kena


Warren
Re:3/2 * 3/2 Feb 05, 2003 06:32 p.m.


Or at least it's sounds like that one, I now realize you have it written different so maybe your version was given as a kaida.
Check out Zakir's there are actually 2 very similar compositions on that CD, you will hear this one it is unbelievable
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