Raag Sarparda Indian Music Theory
The sweet melodies of Indian Musical Composition based on various Raags have always impressed and attracted the music lovers all over the world.In recent years many foreign students have traveled to Indian Sub-Continent to learn the semi classical and light music. The vast canvas of Indian music provides every shade and mood of musical requirement for all races and nations of the world that is why Indian music is heard and appreciated throughout the universe.
Today we shall learn about Raag Sarparda.
This raag is the Sumpuran (seven notes) raag of Bilawal Thaat. This raag has been accepted as a form of Bilawal.
The time to sing this raag is the first part of the day. According to some pandits Ga is the wadi note of this raag whereas some believe that Dha should be the wadi note.Sa and Pa are the Sumwadi note of this Raag which means that both notes can be used equally as sumwadi.
In Amrohi of this raag the tone of Bilawal must be revealed. The shape of Raag Bihag is also promised at some stage.
According to some pandits this raag has been formed with the combination of Raag Aieman, Aliya and Goond.
This raag has been invented by the Muslim singers(performers).
Arohi of Raag Sarparda:
Amrohi of Raag Sarparda:
Chaal of Raag Sarparda:
Ne-Dha-Ne-Sa(upper octaves)-Ne-Dha-Ne-Sa(upper note).Ne-Dha-Pa-Ma-Pa-Dha-Ne-Sa(upper octave)-Ne-Dha-Pa-Ma-Ga-Ga-Ma-Dha-Dha-Pa-Ma-Pa-Ma-Ga-Ma-Re-Sa.
Ma-Pa-Ne-Dha-Ne-Sa(upper octave)-Ne-Dha-Pa-Dha-Pa-Ne-Dha-Pa-Ma-Pa-Ne-Sa(upper octave)-Sa(upper octave)-Re(upper octave)-Ma-Pa-Ne-Dha-Ne-Dha-Ne-Dha-Pa-Dha-Pa.
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