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SwaraNotebook is a web based Hindustani music notation editor that is backed by open source libraries. Sargam-spec is an open specification for notating a classical composition, and it support ornamental note forms such as meends and Kan swaras. Notations can be encoded in edn or JSON. The Bhatkhande notation project in a music engraving engine that can ...


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Harmonium have a temparate scale notes means they are fixed in weight, and as we no that indian classical music is based on notes as well as spaces between notes (i.e shrutis), so there are also gliding of notes,meend, ornamentation etc..and harmonium can't go to that detail..thats why for professional vocal practice, string drone(taanpura) is the best ...


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I’m learning Indian classical violin and I relate to the issues you have mentioned . One of the things that helped me is to keep practising the basic lessons everyday, no matter what lesson I am in currently. I also set goals for myself for each 15 day period and record myself to see the differences. Also, if I know I get stuck on a particular deflection, I ...


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The other answer by @SoulEater asserts that the numbers refer to the octave of the note. This is incorrect, so I am adding my own answer here to address the OP's question. The sapta swarās, namely Sa, Ri (or Re), Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha and Ni, are employed in a 12-note system in Hindustani music and in a 16-note system in Carnatic system. In Hindustani music, ...


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