Discuss and learn all aspects of Hindustani and Carnatic music theory. All musical discussion relevant to Indian music (be it Hindustani classical, light music, folk music or Bollywood music) is welcome here! You can discuss all types of music, but make sure to bring the conversation back to the main topic. There is an emphasis on the 'theory' aspect. We already have a great subreddit for Indian Classical music. This sub is more oriented towards learning thory and technical discussion of theory.
Discuss and learn all aspects of Hindustani and Carnatic music theory. All musical discussion relevant to Indian music (be it Hindustani classical, light music, folk music or Bollywood music) is welcome here!
This is a new-born sub so for now, pretty much anything musical goes as long as it's somehow related to Indian Classical music theory. You can discuss all types of music, but make sure to bring the conversation back to the main topic.
There is an emphasis on the 'theory' aspect. We already have a great subreddit for Indian Classical music. This sub is more oriented towards learning thory and technical discussion of theory. Still, casual posts are welcome.
Hey gang.. jus wanted to let y'all know I have dropped another song on YT. Please make sure to give it an ear 👂. Subscribe and share the most you can coz I need it. Also don't forget to be rude but not on my YouTube page🤣. Much love to all the redditors.
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Classic with a flair and Jonita Gandhi!
Hmu if you produce, I'm a singer, songwriter and composer. Let's make some magic here!
Motivating all Indian Music producers to put in their pieces produced using Spitfire Audio products and let’s show the world what we have in store 🧿🎹🎧
This performance by the great Ali Akbar Khan is so wonderfully haunting. I want to know more about this particular raga but I can't find any information on it. Can anyone here illuminate me?
I want to know what kind of songs are currently popular among Indian children (elementary school students)
I am not a professional or student of music, but can appreciate it. I am a big fan of Bombay Jayashri 's classical renditions. I especially love the slow paced Bhajan renditions ( Kalimaheshwari , Bhajeham Bhajedham ), Bharatiyar's poems ( Pozhuthu Pularnthahu ) etc. Can you all please suggest some good classical renditions worth listening of the kind. It can be Carnatic or North Indian classical, and language is not a barrier.
It's called Boondein by Addy, and the only reason it struck me was that this monsoon season people like me are single and struggling with their initial career phase. The only calm and peace I get is with myself when it's raining outside, I just made tea for myself and sat down playing Spotify on a random playlist.
That is when this song came up and I can't get over it since then. Makes me want to find time for myself in the chaotic phase to fall in love again. It brings back the feeling of 2000's bollywood music of my young days :')
Thank me later y'all.
Who created the rules for Ragas?
Anybody know some music or songs that has some hauntingly beautiful music ? For exa. The lulaby from Bulbul or Ajnabi hawayein song from shaapit?
Please drop some songs or if somebody has a playlist all the better.
Cause feeling like vibing with some spirits.
Hi, So I made a romantic / heartbroken / sad / depressing Hindi playlist on Spotify. Please give it a try. BTW I am a huge Arijit Singh Fan. Please save/like if you like the playlist and dont forget to follow me on Spotify - my profile is below :)
Link to playlist - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4C34CZdaGedDSVEJ4fyqmd?si=5f46a32691194b6c
Link to my profile for other playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/5t15mhbboelycxhdzg2x84y0n?si=d26c49afb63540a9
I also have created a playlist for all Hindi mashups and all Hindi lofi songs I could find on Spotify. The playlists can be found on my profile. Thank You :)
Hi everyone.. so, I don't know Marathi at all and can't understand the meaning of the song "Bai Ga Kasa".. from the movie Chandramukhi (2022). It would be great if anyone could tell me the meaning of the song, especially the Antara.. it would help to sing the song with proper emotion.
I'm getting into Indian music theory, but I do not know where to start, especially with what ragas to know and learn in Hindustani music. I have a six string fretless bass to hit whatever notes i need until I get a sitar which is the instrument I want to play, but what techniques would train for sitar and what ragas should I learn?
I would like to share something created. have great passion for Japanese culture and have lived a good part of my life there. In this music piece, I have attempted to render a Raag from Hindustani (Indian) classical music into Japanese. In have attempted to keep the translation as close to the original as possible. Hope you like it.
I find a deep emotional connection with this particular song, which bears resemblance to the beautiful composition "Husna" by Piyush Mishra. Based on my musical perception, I believe these songs might share a similar melodic foundation, possibly drawing inspiration from the same raag.
ive been getting into really obscure western classical music and i listened to some composers like stockhausen, moondog, ligeti and xenakis. i was wondering if there were any hindustani classical/carnatic musicians who have experimented with music similarly, as in taking music to its extremeties and to create something very bizarre and obscure. i dont know much about hindustani classical/carnatic music. i have listened to a lot of musicians like ustad bismillah khan, pt bhimsen joshi, etc but i dont know the intricacies of hindustani music itself
Sometimes I remember songs I heard at some point of time in my life and there's so much joy in that nostalgia
Here is a very happy song from a very sad film ( don't go on the name is Brilliant)
BTW it's o meri Laila from Laila Majnu by Imtiaz Ali
As it says. Masterful film by a master artist. I loved the score, particularly the reed/bellow sounding instrument. Does anybody know what it is? My apologies! I'm not from India and unfortunately know very little of the musical culture and makeup. Still learning!
Hey, I've been practicing carnatic singing for around 5 years now and would like to start completing some grade examinations. Can anyone recommend a place where I can get a few certifications and complete exams online? Thanks
I play currently bass guitar however I’ve played sitar in the past
Does "within you without you" by George Harrison use af specifik tala? Im new to hindustani music theory and i was just curious.