INDIAN MUSIC FORUM ARCHIVES: Harmonium Forum: Notes

 

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Babu
Notes Jul 28, 2001 09:00 a.m.


I want to play the harmonium I had been for a few lessons but my guru die and I immigrated to Australia I learned the sa re ga ma pa da ni sa I can play that forward and back word I want to pay some sai bhajans but I need the notes Please could some one give me the notes for tha arthie or any sai bhajans

Babu

Baba
Re:Notes Jul 28, 2001 05:29 p.m.


If you are in Perth West Australia you can ring me .... confirm where you are
Babu
Re:Notes Jul 30, 2001 04:57 a.m.



Baba (Jul 28, 2001 05:29 p.m.):
If you are in Perth West Australia you can ring me .... confirm where you are
Babu
Re:Notes Jul 30, 2001 05:11 a.m.



Baba (Jul 28, 2001 05:29 p.m.):
If you are in Perth West Australia you can ring me .... confirm where you are

I am in Sydney 02-96598392 home
mobile 0402468842

Babu

Baba
Re:Notes Jul 31, 2001 06:36 a.m.


The simplest, easiest way to start, is to ask the librarian at your local music library to help you access a keyboard book showing PICTURES of the seven basic three-note RIGHT-HAND Chords built on notes ... A, B, C, D, E, F, G, .... LEARN them .... then without worrying any further about written music- scores, ragas, or suchlike .... develop your musical EAR by following your own singing, or a friend's, up and down in HARMONY,APPROXIMATELY,through some songs .... similar to the way many guitar players use CHORDS .... not attempting to play FULL and EXACT melodies ... but using the chords more like BACKING drones .... I can be contacted early in the mornings or early evenings (W.A. time, 3 hours behind east coast !!) on .... o894100564
richard
Re:Notes Jul 31, 2001 05:11 p.m.


Start out by just playing one long beautiful low note for a drone and when you feel like singing, harmonize your voice with the drone. Keep it very simple in the beginning and once in a while change the drone and explore some of the different sounds of the intervals and how they blend with each other. Things will just start happening by themselves.....
Babu
Re:Notes Aug 01, 2001 04:41 a.m.



Baba (Jul 31, 2001 06:36 a.m.):
The simplest, easiest way to start, is to ask the librarian at your local music library to help you access a keyboard book showing PICTURES of the seven basic three-note RIGHT-HAND Chords built on notes ... A, B, C, D, E, F, G, .... LEARN them .... then without worrying any further about written music- scores, ragas, or suchlike .... develop your musical EAR by following your own singing, or a friend's, up and down in HARMONY,APPROXIMATELY,through some songs .... similar to the way many guitar players use CHORDS .... not attempting to play FULL and EXACT melodies ... but using the chords more like BACKING drones .... I can be contacted early in the mornings or early evenings (W.A. time, 3 hours behind east coast !!) on .... o894100564

thank you for your advise and I will contact you

Babu

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