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Rishi
weaving patterns Jun 01, 2003 05:40 a.m.


I need some clarity. Is the following phrase used commonly in weaving patterns expecially in accompaniment. - Teentaal.
Dhati DhaGina Dhati Dhage Dhina Gina
Is this phrase correct?
Are there some other phrases?
Examples would be good.
Thanks
tunakwah
Re:weaving patterns Jun 02, 2003 09:48 a.m.



Rishi (Jun 01, 2003 05:40 a.m.):
I need some clarity. Is the following phrase used commonly in weaving patterns expecially in accompaniment. - Teentaal.
Dhati DhaGina Dhati Dhage Dhina Gina
Is this phrase correct?
Are there some other phrases?
Examples would be good.
Thanks

Not sure what you mean with weaving patterns. You mean Rela or not? The phrase above is actually a Kaida not very suitable for Rela playing. This could also be played in a Laggi style like 2-2 or 2-2-2. In rela we use tire kite or dhine ghine more.

Maynard
Re:weaving patterns Jul 15, 2003 09:23 a.m.


you probably mean theka..for madhya laya i use this:
dha - te te dhin - na -
dha - te te dhin - na -
ta - terekete tin - na - (khali ,wave and and not clap)
te te dhin - dhin - na -
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