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Learn to Play on Tabla - II (Advance Course)

Learn to Play on Tabla - II (Advance Course)
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Item Code: IDF284
Author: Ram Avtar 'Vir'
Publisher: Pankaj Publications, New Delhi
Language: English
Edition: 2002
ISBN: 8187155019
Pages: 54 (illustrated with B & W Illus.)
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 9.3" X 6.8"
weight of the book: 150 gms
From the Back of the Book:

The Book helps the vocalists, instrumentalists and the dancers to display their arts in rhythm. Tabla is not much attractive instrument if played independently. But the Tabla players please the audience with double, triple and four speeds of Thekas with Moharas tehi, Pushkara, Real, Lagi & Ladi Parans and Uthan's etc. playing of Tabla independently is more difficult than if it is played in the group of musicians with orchestra. The players has to make good practice to play the instrument independently on the stage.

I am confident that this book will be a great help to those who are eager to practice Tabla for Advance Course.

CONTENTS
1. History of Tabla 1
Ten Rules of Tabla, Gharanas of tabla - Delhi Gharana, Poorab Gharana, Lucknow Gharana, Farukhabad Gharana, Banaras Gharana, Ajarada Gharana and Punjab Gharana
2. Parts of Tabla 7
3. Tuning of Tabla 8
4. Bols of Tabla 10
5. Tala and Laya (Time and Rhythm) 13
Sam, Tali and Khali, Tala Circle Speed
6. How to Practise Tabla 20
7. Definition of Words Used in Tabla Playing 21
8. Thekas of Tabla 24
Tala Teen, Tala Deepchandi, Tala Jhumra, Tala Dhamar, tala Aada Chautal, Ek Tala, Tala Jhap, Tala Sool, tala Keharwa, Tala Dadra
9. Thekas of Talas with Durgan, Tigan, Chaugan, Tihai, Peshakara, lagi, Ladi, Prakar, Mukhada, Kayada, and Paranas. 30
Tala Dhamar - 29 Tala Roopak (31) Tala kavvali (34) Tala Jhap (34) Tala Ek Tala (37) Char Tala (37) Tala Dhamar (39) Tala Deepchandi (40) Tala Aada Chautal (40) Teen Tala (45) Tala Talwara (47) Tala Keharwa Do Tala Dadara, Roopak, Teevara, Pasto, Mol, Nursrak, Jhap Sool Fakhta, Kumbha, Ek Tala, Char Tala, Khemta; Fardest, Aada Chautal, Dhamar, Deepchandi, Jhumera, Chanchal, Teen, talwora, Punjabi, Ashtmanngal, Pooran, Nakshatera. Asawari, Sawari.
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