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  • This course is created especially for those Indian music lovers who love the Ghazals. Majority of people like old movie Ghazals, Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali, Begum Akhtar etc. In this course, students will be able to grasp and acknowledge the basics of the most popular Indian music genre:Ghazal. They will learn to sing the popular Ghazals of Jagjit Singh & Ghulam Ali from the scratch. Ghazals like "Ye Daulat bhi Lelo, ye Shauhrat bhi lelo", "kal Chaudavi ki raat thi", "Ranjish hi Sahi", "Aaj jaane ki zid na karo" will be discussed and bisected deeply for their understanding. These are all very familiar and ubiquitous Ghazals, thus, it will be fun for the Ghazal lovers to dive deep into its discussion and singing pedagogy.

  • Starting from the knowledge of the notes, ragas, talas in which they are composed, some four to five ghazals would be taught in detail whereas some of them briefly. In the beginning the students will be introduced about the Definition, origin, background, history, terminology and parts of Ghazal; how one should be singing; what singing technique or voice should be used while singing; pronunciation of the proper 'zabaan', dialect, of the Urdu language. Furthermore, what attitude and emotions are needed to sing the Ghazals will be discussed.

  • Ghazal vocalism is hugely accompanied and ornamented with Harmonium. Therefore, it's essential for the students to have the basic knowledge of playing harmonium. So, a brief training of harmonium, only on the Ghazals which will be taught in detail, will also be provided.

  • Ghazal singing is the semi-classical genre of Indian music, therefore, it's essential to know Indian classical vocal music on the basic level- Swar, saptaka, pitch, shadja, shruti, raga, tala, etc. which I have already taught in my previous two courses. So, if someone is not aware of Indian music mechanism, I recommend them to first complete the courses on beginner level to have a good understanding of this course.





Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who is interested in learning popular Ghazals of Ghulam Ali or Jagjit Singh, Farida Khanum etc.
  • Anyone who knows music, and wants to pursue a proper training and vocalisation of semi-classical music like Ghazal.
  • Anyone who loves and wants to explore Urdu/Farsi Language.
  • Someone who loves to sing and perform in public and parties

Expected Outcomes

  1. Students will be able to sing their favourite Ghazals in a proper manner, knowing fully about its dialect, grammar and rendition. Ability to locate swaras (notes), Tala and figure out the raga in which the ghazal is composed will be developed. Interest in composing Ghazals, Nazm, sher, and other musical genres will be developed. Awareness of Farsi/Urdu or Muslim music culture will be harnessed, because a musician should know and enjoy all kinds of music Ability to figure out the raga in which a particular Ghazal is performed Requirements You should have the basic knowledge of Indian music like voice, scale, pitch, swar, Tala, and Ragas. You will need an app for Harmonium and Tabla. You also need drone setter like Tanpura. I have some suggestions in the course. You should be able to play the basic Harmonium, which is an added advantage in Ghazal vocalism Should have adequate passion and interest for Indian music and Ghazals and patience to practice daily for 30 minutes. Description This course is created especially for those Indian music lovers who love the Ghazals. Majority of people like old movie Ghazals, Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali, Begum Akhtar etc. In this course, students will be able to grasp and acknowledge the basics of the most popular Indian music genre:Ghazal. They will learn to sing the popular Ghazals of Jagjit Singh & Ghulam Ali from the scratch. Ghazals like "Ye Daulat bhi Lelo, ye Shauhrat bhi lelo", "kal Chaudavi ki raat thi", "Ranjish hi Sahi", "Aaj jaane ki zid na karo" will be discussed and bisected deeply for their understanding. These are all very familiar and ubiquitous Ghazals, thus, it will be fun for the Ghazal lovers to dive deep into its discussion and singing pedagogy. Starting from the knowledge of the notes, ragas, talas in which they are composed, some four to five ghazals would be taught in detail whereas some of them briefly. In the beginning the students will be introduced about the Definition, origin, background, history, terminology and parts of Ghazal; how one should be singing; what singing technique or voice should be used while singing; pronunciation of the proper ' zabaan ', dialect, of the Urdu language. Furthermore, what attitude and emotions are needed to sing the Ghazals will be discussed. Ghazal vocalism is hugely accompanied and ornamented with Harmonium . Therefore, it's essential for the students to have the basic knowledge of playing harmonium. So, a brief training of harmonium , only on the Ghazals which will be taught in detail, will also be provided. Ghazal singing is the semi-classical genre of Indian music, therefore, it's essential to know Indian classical vocal music on the basic level- Swar, saptaka, pitch, shadja, shruti, raga, tala , etc. which I have already taught in my previous two courses. So, if someone is not aware of Indian music mechanism, I recommend them to first complete the courses on beginner level to have a good understanding of this course. Who this course is for: Anyone who is interested in learning popular Ghazals of Ghulam Ali or Jagjit Singh, Farida Khanum etc. Anyone who knows music, and wants to pursue a proper training and vocalisation of semi-classical music like Ghazal. Anyone who loves and wants to explore Urdu/Farsi Language. Someone who loves to sing and perform in public and parties Show more Show less Course content 7 sections • 55 lectures • 5h 26m total length Expand all sections Theoretical Knowledge of the Ghazal 10 lectures • 1hr 4min Introduction Preview 03:44 What is a Ghazal? Preview 05:36 Mechanism of creating Ghazals 04:00 Short Historical Background of Ghazals 05:51 Terminologies and sections of Ghazal 08:41 Proper dialect and pronunciations in Ghazals 06:28 Instruments used in Ghazal Vocalism 04:16 Improvisations and nuances in Ghazal vocalism 08:54 Examples of How Ghazals are performed in Recitals 08:55 Eminent Ghazal maestros in India & Pakistan 07:19 Brief introduction of music and Ragas of the Ghazals 4 lectures • 35min Ghazal-music and Ragas 08:23 Ghazals in different ragas 08:20 Tala Element in Ghazal Gayaki 12:41 Numerous scintillating Ghazals in Raga Yaman Preview 05:26 First Ghazal: Ranjish Hi Sahi, Dil hi dukhane ke lie aa... 9 lectures • 1hr 8min Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 09:08 Ranjish hi Sahi and raga mechanism Preview 06:42 Tala system in Ranjish Hi sahi 07:32 Vocalising the first part of the Ghazal (Sthayee/Matla) 06:23 Vocalising the First/Third Stanza (Antara) 12:26 Vocalising the second/fourth satnza (Antara) 09:00 Singing Sthayee with Harmonium keys 05:16 Singing Second and Fourth Antara with Harmonium keys 02:31 How to improvise this Ghazal 09:26 New Ghazal: Kal Chaudhvin ki raat thi 10 lectures • 54min Briefly singing the Ghazal to familiarise Preview 02:27 Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 04:12 The musical mechanism and raga of the Ghazal 06:34 Tala of the Ghazal "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 06:12 Stanzas singing with Tala 06:20 Singing the Matla (First sher) 06:09 Singing the Stanzas (Other couplet) 06:17 Improvisation and variations in "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 08:07 Harmonium Play "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 02:41 Singing the full version "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 05:23 Mastering of "Aaj Jaane Ki zid Na karo, Yunhi Pehelu me Baithe Raho" 14 lectures • 1hr 6min Singing the full Ghazal Preview 07:22 Introduction of the Ghazal: "Aaj Jaane Ki Zid na Karo", Singer, Shayar 05:29 Its raga and tala introduction 06:09 Swar notation of the Matla: first part 10:13 Playing the Matla on the harmonium Preview 03:10 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Part (Antara) 03:56 First stanza with Beats Rupak 02:51 Playing the Antara on the harmonium 02:37 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Antara 06:01 Playing the Second Antara on the harmonium Preview 02:29 Second Antara with Beats 01:33 Third stanza: same as the first one 02:10 Improvisations and nuances in this Ghazal 08:28 Giving the Finishing Touch 03:12 Lighter form of Ghazal: Ye Daulat bhi Le lo, Ye Shauhrat bhi lelo 5 lectures • 23min Introducing the Ghazal Preview 05:52 notes of the Ghazal 04:16 Antara of the Ghazal 03:45 Tala of the Ghazal "Ye Daulat bhi lelo" 04:12 Other Two Stanzas of the Ghazal 05:17 Conclusion 3 lectures • 16min Steps to Grasp a Ghazal you Love Preview 06:12 Some popular non-classical Ghazals Preview 07:31 Hope You Enjoyed!! 02:29 Instructor Shambhavi Das Indian Classical Vocalist, Music Teacher 4.3 Instructor Rating 307 Reviews 2,180 Students 3 Courses My Story Early Days Back in India , Music has been the crucial part of my life, since I was five years old. My mother is a musician too and she groomed me tediously to make me a good singer. Since my childhood, my mother incorporated me to her teacher, Mr.Kashalkar , who has always been my source of guidance, inspiration, and knowledge in this field. After being mentored by him and clearing all Prayag (prestigious north-Indian classical level) Exams for 10-12 years approximately, I moved to Delhi for my higher studies in music. College Moving to Delhi was my jump start move in music, as I found myself competing among the highly talented students and veteran teachers and maestros. In Delhi, I started my training with my professor's wife, Dr. Soma Singh, who helped me in developing the nuances, improvisations, and minute variations in the raga system. During my Graduation, Masters, M.Phil and PhD in Indian music , I have been fortunate to achieve the guidance from many great maestros like Pt. Vidyadhar Vyasa, etc.. I fell in love with the tunes and peculiarities of different ragas and perceived them as my mental healer. PHD Experience Doctorate in music was the time, when I actually perceived music as a source of spiritual, emotional, physical development of my persona. I enjoyed music without any pressure or exam fear. Research field works, meeting eminent musicians, gaining knowledge regarding my thesis rejuvenated me from within and made me feel on the top of the world. Waking up at four, doing yoga for the voice warm ups, daily practices starting with OM rendition, followed by swarabhyasa, raga rendition, imbibed an overwhelming confidence and contentment in my personality. Swar practices, Alankaras and different raga development engages our brain and mind, which unleash the brain knots and enhances the brain-mind-soul functionality. Music imparts optimism and mindfulness in our trait and subsides negativity like ego, sorrow. Advice In my experience, Indian vocal music including raga system helps us in tranquilizing our overall attitude, behavior, and thought process, focus etc.. My advice to all the students, even for those who are not interested in music, is that they should surely give it a try and take this course, in order to rekindle and transcend their lifestyle. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  2. Ability to locate swaras (notes), Tala and figure out the raga in which the ghazal is composed will be developed. Interest in composing Ghazals, Nazm, sher, and other musical genres will be developed. Awareness of Farsi/Urdu or Muslim music culture will be harnessed, because a musician should know and enjoy all kinds of music Ability to figure out the raga in which a particular Ghazal is performed Requirements You should have the basic knowledge of Indian music like voice, scale, pitch, swar, Tala, and Ragas. You will need an app for Harmonium and Tabla. You also need drone setter like Tanpura. I have some suggestions in the course. You should be able to play the basic Harmonium, which is an added advantage in Ghazal vocalism Should have adequate passion and interest for Indian music and Ghazals and patience to practice daily for 30 minutes. Description This course is created especially for those Indian music lovers who love the Ghazals. Majority of people like old movie Ghazals, Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali, Begum Akhtar etc. In this course, students will be able to grasp and acknowledge the basics of the most popular Indian music genre:Ghazal. They will learn to sing the popular Ghazals of Jagjit Singh & Ghulam Ali from the scratch. Ghazals like "Ye Daulat bhi Lelo, ye Shauhrat bhi lelo", "kal Chaudavi ki raat thi", "Ranjish hi Sahi", "Aaj jaane ki zid na karo" will be discussed and bisected deeply for their understanding. These are all very familiar and ubiquitous Ghazals, thus, it will be fun for the Ghazal lovers to dive deep into its discussion and singing pedagogy. Starting from the knowledge of the notes, ragas, talas in which they are composed, some four to five ghazals would be taught in detail whereas some of them briefly. In the beginning the students will be introduced about the Definition, origin, background, history, terminology and parts of Ghazal; how one should be singing; what singing technique or voice should be used while singing; pronunciation of the proper ' zabaan ', dialect, of the Urdu language. Furthermore, what attitude and emotions are needed to sing the Ghazals will be discussed. Ghazal vocalism is hugely accompanied and ornamented with Harmonium . Therefore, it's essential for the students to have the basic knowledge of playing harmonium. So, a brief training of harmonium , only on the Ghazals which will be taught in detail, will also be provided. Ghazal singing is the semi-classical genre of Indian music, therefore, it's essential to know Indian classical vocal music on the basic level- Swar, saptaka, pitch, shadja, shruti, raga, tala , etc. which I have already taught in my previous two courses. So, if someone is not aware of Indian music mechanism, I recommend them to first complete the courses on beginner level to have a good understanding of this course. Who this course is for: Anyone who is interested in learning popular Ghazals of Ghulam Ali or Jagjit Singh, Farida Khanum etc. Anyone who knows music, and wants to pursue a proper training and vocalisation of semi-classical music like Ghazal. Anyone who loves and wants to explore Urdu/Farsi Language. Someone who loves to sing and perform in public and parties Show more Show less Course content 7 sections • 55 lectures • 5h 26m total length Expand all sections Theoretical Knowledge of the Ghazal 10 lectures • 1hr 4min Introduction Preview 03:44 What is a Ghazal? Preview 05:36 Mechanism of creating Ghazals 04:00 Short Historical Background of Ghazals 05:51 Terminologies and sections of Ghazal 08:41 Proper dialect and pronunciations in Ghazals 06:28 Instruments used in Ghazal Vocalism 04:16 Improvisations and nuances in Ghazal vocalism 08:54 Examples of How Ghazals are performed in Recitals 08:55 Eminent Ghazal maestros in India & Pakistan 07:19 Brief introduction of music and Ragas of the Ghazals 4 lectures • 35min Ghazal-music and Ragas 08:23 Ghazals in different ragas 08:20 Tala Element in Ghazal Gayaki 12:41 Numerous scintillating Ghazals in Raga Yaman Preview 05:26 First Ghazal: Ranjish Hi Sahi, Dil hi dukhane ke lie aa... 9 lectures • 1hr 8min Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 09:08 Ranjish hi Sahi and raga mechanism Preview 06:42 Tala system in Ranjish Hi sahi 07:32 Vocalising the first part of the Ghazal (Sthayee/Matla) 06:23 Vocalising the First/Third Stanza (Antara) 12:26 Vocalising the second/fourth satnza (Antara) 09:00 Singing Sthayee with Harmonium keys 05:16 Singing Second and Fourth Antara with Harmonium keys 02:31 How to improvise this Ghazal 09:26 New Ghazal: Kal Chaudhvin ki raat thi 10 lectures • 54min Briefly singing the Ghazal to familiarise Preview 02:27 Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 04:12 The musical mechanism and raga of the Ghazal 06:34 Tala of the Ghazal "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 06:12 Stanzas singing with Tala 06:20 Singing the Matla (First sher) 06:09 Singing the Stanzas (Other couplet) 06:17 Improvisation and variations in "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 08:07 Harmonium Play "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 02:41 Singing the full version "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 05:23 Mastering of "Aaj Jaane Ki zid Na karo, Yunhi Pehelu me Baithe Raho" 14 lectures • 1hr 6min Singing the full Ghazal Preview 07:22 Introduction of the Ghazal: "Aaj Jaane Ki Zid na Karo", Singer, Shayar 05:29 Its raga and tala introduction 06:09 Swar notation of the Matla: first part 10:13 Playing the Matla on the harmonium Preview 03:10 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Part (Antara) 03:56 First stanza with Beats Rupak 02:51 Playing the Antara on the harmonium 02:37 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Antara 06:01 Playing the Second Antara on the harmonium Preview 02:29 Second Antara with Beats 01:33 Third stanza: same as the first one 02:10 Improvisations and nuances in this Ghazal 08:28 Giving the Finishing Touch 03:12 Lighter form of Ghazal: Ye Daulat bhi Le lo, Ye Shauhrat bhi lelo 5 lectures • 23min Introducing the Ghazal Preview 05:52 notes of the Ghazal 04:16 Antara of the Ghazal 03:45 Tala of the Ghazal "Ye Daulat bhi lelo" 04:12 Other Two Stanzas of the Ghazal 05:17 Conclusion 3 lectures • 16min Steps to Grasp a Ghazal you Love Preview 06:12 Some popular non-classical Ghazals Preview 07:31 Hope You Enjoyed!! 02:29 Instructor Shambhavi Das Indian Classical Vocalist, Music Teacher 4.3 Instructor Rating 307 Reviews 2,180 Students 3 Courses My Story Early Days Back in India , Music has been the crucial part of my life, since I was five years old. My mother is a musician too and she groomed me tediously to make me a good singer. Since my childhood, my mother incorporated me to her teacher, Mr.Kashalkar , who has always been my source of guidance, inspiration, and knowledge in this field. After being mentored by him and clearing all Prayag (prestigious north-Indian classical level) Exams for 10-12 years approximately, I moved to Delhi for my higher studies in music. College Moving to Delhi was my jump start move in music, as I found myself competing among the highly talented students and veteran teachers and maestros. In Delhi, I started my training with my professor's wife, Dr. Soma Singh, who helped me in developing the nuances, improvisations, and minute variations in the raga system. During my Graduation, Masters, M.Phil and PhD in Indian music , I have been fortunate to achieve the guidance from many great maestros like Pt. Vidyadhar Vyasa, etc.. I fell in love with the tunes and peculiarities of different ragas and perceived them as my mental healer. PHD Experience Doctorate in music was the time, when I actually perceived music as a source of spiritual, emotional, physical development of my persona. I enjoyed music without any pressure or exam fear. Research field works, meeting eminent musicians, gaining knowledge regarding my thesis rejuvenated me from within and made me feel on the top of the world. Waking up at four, doing yoga for the voice warm ups, daily practices starting with OM rendition, followed by swarabhyasa, raga rendition, imbibed an overwhelming confidence and contentment in my personality. Swar practices, Alankaras and different raga development engages our brain and mind, which unleash the brain knots and enhances the brain-mind-soul functionality. Music imparts optimism and mindfulness in our trait and subsides negativity like ego, sorrow. Advice In my experience, Indian vocal music including raga system helps us in tranquilizing our overall attitude, behavior, and thought process, focus etc.. My advice to all the students, even for those who are not interested in music, is that they should surely give it a try and take this course, in order to rekindle and transcend their lifestyle. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  3. Interest in composing Ghazals, Nazm, sher, and other musical genres will be developed. Awareness of Farsi/Urdu or Muslim music culture will be harnessed, because a musician should know and enjoy all kinds of music Ability to figure out the raga in which a particular Ghazal is performed Requirements You should have the basic knowledge of Indian music like voice, scale, pitch, swar, Tala, and Ragas. You will need an app for Harmonium and Tabla. You also need drone setter like Tanpura. I have some suggestions in the course. You should be able to play the basic Harmonium, which is an added advantage in Ghazal vocalism Should have adequate passion and interest for Indian music and Ghazals and patience to practice daily for 30 minutes. Description This course is created especially for those Indian music lovers who love the Ghazals. Majority of people like old movie Ghazals, Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali, Begum Akhtar etc. In this course, students will be able to grasp and acknowledge the basics of the most popular Indian music genre:Ghazal. They will learn to sing the popular Ghazals of Jagjit Singh & Ghulam Ali from the scratch. Ghazals like "Ye Daulat bhi Lelo, ye Shauhrat bhi lelo", "kal Chaudavi ki raat thi", "Ranjish hi Sahi", "Aaj jaane ki zid na karo" will be discussed and bisected deeply for their understanding. These are all very familiar and ubiquitous Ghazals, thus, it will be fun for the Ghazal lovers to dive deep into its discussion and singing pedagogy. Starting from the knowledge of the notes, ragas, talas in which they are composed, some four to five ghazals would be taught in detail whereas some of them briefly. In the beginning the students will be introduced about the Definition, origin, background, history, terminology and parts of Ghazal; how one should be singing; what singing technique or voice should be used while singing; pronunciation of the proper ' zabaan ', dialect, of the Urdu language. Furthermore, what attitude and emotions are needed to sing the Ghazals will be discussed. Ghazal vocalism is hugely accompanied and ornamented with Harmonium . Therefore, it's essential for the students to have the basic knowledge of playing harmonium. So, a brief training of harmonium , only on the Ghazals which will be taught in detail, will also be provided. Ghazal singing is the semi-classical genre of Indian music, therefore, it's essential to know Indian classical vocal music on the basic level- Swar, saptaka, pitch, shadja, shruti, raga, tala , etc. which I have already taught in my previous two courses. So, if someone is not aware of Indian music mechanism, I recommend them to first complete the courses on beginner level to have a good understanding of this course. Who this course is for: Anyone who is interested in learning popular Ghazals of Ghulam Ali or Jagjit Singh, Farida Khanum etc. Anyone who knows music, and wants to pursue a proper training and vocalisation of semi-classical music like Ghazal. Anyone who loves and wants to explore Urdu/Farsi Language. Someone who loves to sing and perform in public and parties Show more Show less Course content 7 sections • 55 lectures • 5h 26m total length Expand all sections Theoretical Knowledge of the Ghazal 10 lectures • 1hr 4min Introduction Preview 03:44 What is a Ghazal? Preview 05:36 Mechanism of creating Ghazals 04:00 Short Historical Background of Ghazals 05:51 Terminologies and sections of Ghazal 08:41 Proper dialect and pronunciations in Ghazals 06:28 Instruments used in Ghazal Vocalism 04:16 Improvisations and nuances in Ghazal vocalism 08:54 Examples of How Ghazals are performed in Recitals 08:55 Eminent Ghazal maestros in India & Pakistan 07:19 Brief introduction of music and Ragas of the Ghazals 4 lectures • 35min Ghazal-music and Ragas 08:23 Ghazals in different ragas 08:20 Tala Element in Ghazal Gayaki 12:41 Numerous scintillating Ghazals in Raga Yaman Preview 05:26 First Ghazal: Ranjish Hi Sahi, Dil hi dukhane ke lie aa... 9 lectures • 1hr 8min Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 09:08 Ranjish hi Sahi and raga mechanism Preview 06:42 Tala system in Ranjish Hi sahi 07:32 Vocalising the first part of the Ghazal (Sthayee/Matla) 06:23 Vocalising the First/Third Stanza (Antara) 12:26 Vocalising the second/fourth satnza (Antara) 09:00 Singing Sthayee with Harmonium keys 05:16 Singing Second and Fourth Antara with Harmonium keys 02:31 How to improvise this Ghazal 09:26 New Ghazal: Kal Chaudhvin ki raat thi 10 lectures • 54min Briefly singing the Ghazal to familiarise Preview 02:27 Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 04:12 The musical mechanism and raga of the Ghazal 06:34 Tala of the Ghazal "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 06:12 Stanzas singing with Tala 06:20 Singing the Matla (First sher) 06:09 Singing the Stanzas (Other couplet) 06:17 Improvisation and variations in "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 08:07 Harmonium Play "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 02:41 Singing the full version "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 05:23 Mastering of "Aaj Jaane Ki zid Na karo, Yunhi Pehelu me Baithe Raho" 14 lectures • 1hr 6min Singing the full Ghazal Preview 07:22 Introduction of the Ghazal: "Aaj Jaane Ki Zid na Karo", Singer, Shayar 05:29 Its raga and tala introduction 06:09 Swar notation of the Matla: first part 10:13 Playing the Matla on the harmonium Preview 03:10 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Part (Antara) 03:56 First stanza with Beats Rupak 02:51 Playing the Antara on the harmonium 02:37 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Antara 06:01 Playing the Second Antara on the harmonium Preview 02:29 Second Antara with Beats 01:33 Third stanza: same as the first one 02:10 Improvisations and nuances in this Ghazal 08:28 Giving the Finishing Touch 03:12 Lighter form of Ghazal: Ye Daulat bhi Le lo, Ye Shauhrat bhi lelo 5 lectures • 23min Introducing the Ghazal Preview 05:52 notes of the Ghazal 04:16 Antara of the Ghazal 03:45 Tala of the Ghazal "Ye Daulat bhi lelo" 04:12 Other Two Stanzas of the Ghazal 05:17 Conclusion 3 lectures • 16min Steps to Grasp a Ghazal you Love Preview 06:12 Some popular non-classical Ghazals Preview 07:31 Hope You Enjoyed!! 02:29 Instructor Shambhavi Das Indian Classical Vocalist, Music Teacher 4.3 Instructor Rating 307 Reviews 2,180 Students 3 Courses My Story Early Days Back in India , Music has been the crucial part of my life, since I was five years old. My mother is a musician too and she groomed me tediously to make me a good singer. Since my childhood, my mother incorporated me to her teacher, Mr.Kashalkar , who has always been my source of guidance, inspiration, and knowledge in this field. After being mentored by him and clearing all Prayag (prestigious north-Indian classical level) Exams for 10-12 years approximately, I moved to Delhi for my higher studies in music. College Moving to Delhi was my jump start move in music, as I found myself competing among the highly talented students and veteran teachers and maestros. In Delhi, I started my training with my professor's wife, Dr. Soma Singh, who helped me in developing the nuances, improvisations, and minute variations in the raga system. During my Graduation, Masters, M.Phil and PhD in Indian music , I have been fortunate to achieve the guidance from many great maestros like Pt. Vidyadhar Vyasa, etc.. I fell in love with the tunes and peculiarities of different ragas and perceived them as my mental healer. PHD Experience Doctorate in music was the time, when I actually perceived music as a source of spiritual, emotional, physical development of my persona. I enjoyed music without any pressure or exam fear. Research field works, meeting eminent musicians, gaining knowledge regarding my thesis rejuvenated me from within and made me feel on the top of the world. Waking up at four, doing yoga for the voice warm ups, daily practices starting with OM rendition, followed by swarabhyasa, raga rendition, imbibed an overwhelming confidence and contentment in my personality. Swar practices, Alankaras and different raga development engages our brain and mind, which unleash the brain knots and enhances the brain-mind-soul functionality. Music imparts optimism and mindfulness in our trait and subsides negativity like ego, sorrow. Advice In my experience, Indian vocal music including raga system helps us in tranquilizing our overall attitude, behavior, and thought process, focus etc.. My advice to all the students, even for those who are not interested in music, is that they should surely give it a try and take this course, in order to rekindle and transcend their lifestyle. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  4. Awareness of Farsi/Urdu or Muslim music culture will be harnessed, because a musician should know and enjoy all kinds of music Ability to figure out the raga in which a particular Ghazal is performed Requirements You should have the basic knowledge of Indian music like voice, scale, pitch, swar, Tala, and Ragas. You will need an app for Harmonium and Tabla. You also need drone setter like Tanpura. I have some suggestions in the course. You should be able to play the basic Harmonium, which is an added advantage in Ghazal vocalism Should have adequate passion and interest for Indian music and Ghazals and patience to practice daily for 30 minutes. Description This course is created especially for those Indian music lovers who love the Ghazals. Majority of people like old movie Ghazals, Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali, Begum Akhtar etc. In this course, students will be able to grasp and acknowledge the basics of the most popular Indian music genre:Ghazal. They will learn to sing the popular Ghazals of Jagjit Singh & Ghulam Ali from the scratch. Ghazals like "Ye Daulat bhi Lelo, ye Shauhrat bhi lelo", "kal Chaudavi ki raat thi", "Ranjish hi Sahi", "Aaj jaane ki zid na karo" will be discussed and bisected deeply for their understanding. These are all very familiar and ubiquitous Ghazals, thus, it will be fun for the Ghazal lovers to dive deep into its discussion and singing pedagogy. Starting from the knowledge of the notes, ragas, talas in which they are composed, some four to five ghazals would be taught in detail whereas some of them briefly. In the beginning the students will be introduced about the Definition, origin, background, history, terminology and parts of Ghazal; how one should be singing; what singing technique or voice should be used while singing; pronunciation of the proper ' zabaan ', dialect, of the Urdu language. Furthermore, what attitude and emotions are needed to sing the Ghazals will be discussed. Ghazal vocalism is hugely accompanied and ornamented with Harmonium . Therefore, it's essential for the students to have the basic knowledge of playing harmonium. So, a brief training of harmonium , only on the Ghazals which will be taught in detail, will also be provided. Ghazal singing is the semi-classical genre of Indian music, therefore, it's essential to know Indian classical vocal music on the basic level- Swar, saptaka, pitch, shadja, shruti, raga, tala , etc. which I have already taught in my previous two courses. So, if someone is not aware of Indian music mechanism, I recommend them to first complete the courses on beginner level to have a good understanding of this course. Who this course is for: Anyone who is interested in learning popular Ghazals of Ghulam Ali or Jagjit Singh, Farida Khanum etc. Anyone who knows music, and wants to pursue a proper training and vocalisation of semi-classical music like Ghazal. Anyone who loves and wants to explore Urdu/Farsi Language. Someone who loves to sing and perform in public and parties Show more Show less Course content 7 sections • 55 lectures • 5h 26m total length Expand all sections Theoretical Knowledge of the Ghazal 10 lectures • 1hr 4min Introduction Preview 03:44 What is a Ghazal? Preview 05:36 Mechanism of creating Ghazals 04:00 Short Historical Background of Ghazals 05:51 Terminologies and sections of Ghazal 08:41 Proper dialect and pronunciations in Ghazals 06:28 Instruments used in Ghazal Vocalism 04:16 Improvisations and nuances in Ghazal vocalism 08:54 Examples of How Ghazals are performed in Recitals 08:55 Eminent Ghazal maestros in India & Pakistan 07:19 Brief introduction of music and Ragas of the Ghazals 4 lectures • 35min Ghazal-music and Ragas 08:23 Ghazals in different ragas 08:20 Tala Element in Ghazal Gayaki 12:41 Numerous scintillating Ghazals in Raga Yaman Preview 05:26 First Ghazal: Ranjish Hi Sahi, Dil hi dukhane ke lie aa... 9 lectures • 1hr 8min Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 09:08 Ranjish hi Sahi and raga mechanism Preview 06:42 Tala system in Ranjish Hi sahi 07:32 Vocalising the first part of the Ghazal (Sthayee/Matla) 06:23 Vocalising the First/Third Stanza (Antara) 12:26 Vocalising the second/fourth satnza (Antara) 09:00 Singing Sthayee with Harmonium keys 05:16 Singing Second and Fourth Antara with Harmonium keys 02:31 How to improvise this Ghazal 09:26 New Ghazal: Kal Chaudhvin ki raat thi 10 lectures • 54min Briefly singing the Ghazal to familiarise Preview 02:27 Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 04:12 The musical mechanism and raga of the Ghazal 06:34 Tala of the Ghazal "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 06:12 Stanzas singing with Tala 06:20 Singing the Matla (First sher) 06:09 Singing the Stanzas (Other couplet) 06:17 Improvisation and variations in "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 08:07 Harmonium Play "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 02:41 Singing the full version "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 05:23 Mastering of "Aaj Jaane Ki zid Na karo, Yunhi Pehelu me Baithe Raho" 14 lectures • 1hr 6min Singing the full Ghazal Preview 07:22 Introduction of the Ghazal: "Aaj Jaane Ki Zid na Karo", Singer, Shayar 05:29 Its raga and tala introduction 06:09 Swar notation of the Matla: first part 10:13 Playing the Matla on the harmonium Preview 03:10 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Part (Antara) 03:56 First stanza with Beats Rupak 02:51 Playing the Antara on the harmonium 02:37 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Antara 06:01 Playing the Second Antara on the harmonium Preview 02:29 Second Antara with Beats 01:33 Third stanza: same as the first one 02:10 Improvisations and nuances in this Ghazal 08:28 Giving the Finishing Touch 03:12 Lighter form of Ghazal: Ye Daulat bhi Le lo, Ye Shauhrat bhi lelo 5 lectures • 23min Introducing the Ghazal Preview 05:52 notes of the Ghazal 04:16 Antara of the Ghazal 03:45 Tala of the Ghazal "Ye Daulat bhi lelo" 04:12 Other Two Stanzas of the Ghazal 05:17 Conclusion 3 lectures • 16min Steps to Grasp a Ghazal you Love Preview 06:12 Some popular non-classical Ghazals Preview 07:31 Hope You Enjoyed!! 02:29 Instructor Shambhavi Das Indian Classical Vocalist, Music Teacher 4.3 Instructor Rating 307 Reviews 2,180 Students 3 Courses My Story Early Days Back in India , Music has been the crucial part of my life, since I was five years old. My mother is a musician too and she groomed me tediously to make me a good singer. Since my childhood, my mother incorporated me to her teacher, Mr.Kashalkar , who has always been my source of guidance, inspiration, and knowledge in this field. After being mentored by him and clearing all Prayag (prestigious north-Indian classical level) Exams for 10-12 years approximately, I moved to Delhi for my higher studies in music. College Moving to Delhi was my jump start move in music, as I found myself competing among the highly talented students and veteran teachers and maestros. In Delhi, I started my training with my professor's wife, Dr. Soma Singh, who helped me in developing the nuances, improvisations, and minute variations in the raga system. During my Graduation, Masters, M.Phil and PhD in Indian music , I have been fortunate to achieve the guidance from many great maestros like Pt. Vidyadhar Vyasa, etc.. I fell in love with the tunes and peculiarities of different ragas and perceived them as my mental healer. PHD Experience Doctorate in music was the time, when I actually perceived music as a source of spiritual, emotional, physical development of my persona. I enjoyed music without any pressure or exam fear. Research field works, meeting eminent musicians, gaining knowledge regarding my thesis rejuvenated me from within and made me feel on the top of the world. Waking up at four, doing yoga for the voice warm ups, daily practices starting with OM rendition, followed by swarabhyasa, raga rendition, imbibed an overwhelming confidence and contentment in my personality. Swar practices, Alankaras and different raga development engages our brain and mind, which unleash the brain knots and enhances the brain-mind-soul functionality. Music imparts optimism and mindfulness in our trait and subsides negativity like ego, sorrow. Advice In my experience, Indian vocal music including raga system helps us in tranquilizing our overall attitude, behavior, and thought process, focus etc.. My advice to all the students, even for those who are not interested in music, is that they should surely give it a try and take this course, in order to rekindle and transcend their lifestyle. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  5. Ability to figure out the raga in which a particular Ghazal is performed Requirements You should have the basic knowledge of Indian music like voice, scale, pitch, swar, Tala, and Ragas. You will need an app for Harmonium and Tabla. You also need drone setter like Tanpura. I have some suggestions in the course. You should be able to play the basic Harmonium, which is an added advantage in Ghazal vocalism Should have adequate passion and interest for Indian music and Ghazals and patience to practice daily for 30 minutes. Description This course is created especially for those Indian music lovers who love the Ghazals. Majority of people like old movie Ghazals, Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali, Begum Akhtar etc. In this course, students will be able to grasp and acknowledge the basics of the most popular Indian music genre:Ghazal. They will learn to sing the popular Ghazals of Jagjit Singh & Ghulam Ali from the scratch. Ghazals like "Ye Daulat bhi Lelo, ye Shauhrat bhi lelo", "kal Chaudavi ki raat thi", "Ranjish hi Sahi", "Aaj jaane ki zid na karo" will be discussed and bisected deeply for their understanding. These are all very familiar and ubiquitous Ghazals, thus, it will be fun for the Ghazal lovers to dive deep into its discussion and singing pedagogy. Starting from the knowledge of the notes, ragas, talas in which they are composed, some four to five ghazals would be taught in detail whereas some of them briefly. In the beginning the students will be introduced about the Definition, origin, background, history, terminology and parts of Ghazal; how one should be singing; what singing technique or voice should be used while singing; pronunciation of the proper ' zabaan ', dialect, of the Urdu language. Furthermore, what attitude and emotions are needed to sing the Ghazals will be discussed. Ghazal vocalism is hugely accompanied and ornamented with Harmonium . Therefore, it's essential for the students to have the basic knowledge of playing harmonium. So, a brief training of harmonium , only on the Ghazals which will be taught in detail, will also be provided. Ghazal singing is the semi-classical genre of Indian music, therefore, it's essential to know Indian classical vocal music on the basic level- Swar, saptaka, pitch, shadja, shruti, raga, tala , etc. which I have already taught in my previous two courses. So, if someone is not aware of Indian music mechanism, I recommend them to first complete the courses on beginner level to have a good understanding of this course. Who this course is for: Anyone who is interested in learning popular Ghazals of Ghulam Ali or Jagjit Singh, Farida Khanum etc. Anyone who knows music, and wants to pursue a proper training and vocalisation of semi-classical music like Ghazal. Anyone who loves and wants to explore Urdu/Farsi Language. Someone who loves to sing and perform in public and parties Show more Show less Course content 7 sections • 55 lectures • 5h 26m total length Expand all sections Theoretical Knowledge of the Ghazal 10 lectures • 1hr 4min Introduction Preview 03:44 What is a Ghazal? Preview 05:36 Mechanism of creating Ghazals 04:00 Short Historical Background of Ghazals 05:51 Terminologies and sections of Ghazal 08:41 Proper dialect and pronunciations in Ghazals 06:28 Instruments used in Ghazal Vocalism 04:16 Improvisations and nuances in Ghazal vocalism 08:54 Examples of How Ghazals are performed in Recitals 08:55 Eminent Ghazal maestros in India & Pakistan 07:19 Brief introduction of music and Ragas of the Ghazals 4 lectures • 35min Ghazal-music and Ragas 08:23 Ghazals in different ragas 08:20 Tala Element in Ghazal Gayaki 12:41 Numerous scintillating Ghazals in Raga Yaman Preview 05:26 First Ghazal: Ranjish Hi Sahi, Dil hi dukhane ke lie aa... 9 lectures • 1hr 8min Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 09:08 Ranjish hi Sahi and raga mechanism Preview 06:42 Tala system in Ranjish Hi sahi 07:32 Vocalising the first part of the Ghazal (Sthayee/Matla) 06:23 Vocalising the First/Third Stanza (Antara) 12:26 Vocalising the second/fourth satnza (Antara) 09:00 Singing Sthayee with Harmonium keys 05:16 Singing Second and Fourth Antara with Harmonium keys 02:31 How to improvise this Ghazal 09:26 New Ghazal: Kal Chaudhvin ki raat thi 10 lectures • 54min Briefly singing the Ghazal to familiarise Preview 02:27 Introducing the Ghazal: its shayar, meaning and dialect 04:12 The musical mechanism and raga of the Ghazal 06:34 Tala of the Ghazal "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 06:12 Stanzas singing with Tala 06:20 Singing the Matla (First sher) 06:09 Singing the Stanzas (Other couplet) 06:17 Improvisation and variations in "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 08:07 Harmonium Play "Chaudhvi ki Raat" 02:41 Singing the full version "Chaudhvi Ki raat" 05:23 Mastering of "Aaj Jaane Ki zid Na karo, Yunhi Pehelu me Baithe Raho" 14 lectures • 1hr 6min Singing the full Ghazal Preview 07:22 Introduction of the Ghazal: "Aaj Jaane Ki Zid na Karo", Singer, Shayar 05:29 Its raga and tala introduction 06:09 Swar notation of the Matla: first part 10:13 Playing the Matla on the harmonium Preview 03:10 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Part (Antara) 03:56 First stanza with Beats Rupak 02:51 Playing the Antara on the harmonium 02:37 Swar notation and vocalism: Second Antara 06:01 Playing the Second Antara on the harmonium Preview 02:29 Second Antara with Beats 01:33 Third stanza: same as the first one 02:10 Improvisations and nuances in this Ghazal 08:28 Giving the Finishing Touch 03:12 Lighter form of Ghazal: Ye Daulat bhi Le lo, Ye Shauhrat bhi lelo 5 lectures • 23min Introducing the Ghazal Preview 05:52 notes of the Ghazal 04:16 Antara of the Ghazal 03:45 Tala of the Ghazal "Ye Daulat bhi lelo" 04:12 Other Two Stanzas of the Ghazal 05:17 Conclusion 3 lectures • 16min Steps to Grasp a Ghazal you Love Preview 06:12 Some popular non-classical Ghazals Preview 07:31 Hope You Enjoyed!! 02:29 Instructor Shambhavi Das Indian Classical Vocalist, Music Teacher 4.3 Instructor Rating 307 Reviews 2,180 Students 3 Courses My Story Early Days Back in India , Music has been the crucial part of my life, since I was five years old. My mother is a musician too and she groomed me tediously to make me a good singer. Since my childhood, my mother incorporated me to her teacher, Mr.Kashalkar , who has always been my source of guidance, inspiration, and knowledge in this field. After being mentored by him and clearing all Prayag (prestigious north-Indian classical level) Exams for 10-12 years approximately, I moved to Delhi for my higher studies in music. College Moving to Delhi was my jump start move in music, as I found myself competing among the highly talented students and veteran teachers and maestros. In Delhi, I started my training with my professor's wife, Dr. Soma Singh, who helped me in developing the nuances, improvisations, and minute variations in the raga system. During my Graduation, Masters, M.Phil and PhD in Indian music , I have been fortunate to achieve the guidance from many great maestros like Pt. Vidyadhar Vyasa, etc.. I fell in love with the tunes and peculiarities of different ragas and perceived them as my mental healer. PHD Experience Doctorate in music was the time, when I actually perceived music as a source of spiritual, emotional, physical development of my persona. I enjoyed music without any pressure or exam fear. Research field works, meeting eminent musicians, gaining knowledge regarding my thesis rejuvenated me from within and made me feel on the top of the world. Waking up at four, doing yoga for the voice warm ups, daily practices starting with OM rendition, followed by swarabhyasa, raga rendition, imbibed an overwhelming confidence and contentment in my personality. Swar practices, Alankaras and different raga development engages our brain and mind, which unleash the brain knots and enhances the brain-mind-soul functionality. Music imparts optimism and mindfulness in our trait and subsides negativity like ego, sorrow. Advice In my experience, Indian vocal music including raga system helps us in tranquilizing our overall attitude, behavior, and thought process, focus etc.. My advice to all the students, even for those who are not interested in music, is that they should surely give it a try and take this course, in order to rekindle and transcend their lifestyle. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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