Raag Alhaiya Bilawal-Indian Music Theory



Raag Alhaiya Bilawal-Indian Music Theory

raag alhaiya bilawal indian music theory

This raag is the khado -sampuran raag of Bilawal thaat. Ma is not allowed in Arohi whereas Amrohi is sampuran but Ga is not played in sequence in this raag.

Dha is wadi and ga is sumwadi note of this raag. Time to sing this raag is morning.

Arohi:

sa-re-sa-ga-re-ga-pa-dha-ne-dha-high octave sa

Amrohi:

high octave sa-ne-dha-pa-dha-ne-dha-pa-ga-ma-pa-ma-ga-re-high octave sa

Chaal of Alhaiya Bilawal:

pa-ne-dha-ne-high octave sa-dha-ne-dha-pa-ma-ga-ma-re-ga-ma-pa-ma-ga-re-sa

Ne (low octave)-sa-ga-ma-re-ga-pa-ne-dha-pa-ga-ma-pa-re-ne-dha-high octave sa-ne-dha-ne-dha-pa-ga-ma-re-ne-sa-ma-pa-ne-high octave sa re-ne-high octave sa-ne-dha-pa-ne-dha-ne-high octave sa ga ma re sa-re-ne-high octave sa-dha-high octave ne-dha-pa-dha-pa-ma-ga-ma-re-sa

high octave sa-dha-pa-dha-ne-pa-ma-ga-re-ga-pa-ne-high octave sa re sa-ne-dha-pa-ma-ga-re-sa

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