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How to use Grid of time for rhythm? (Part-2)

First series of 8 A1, B2, C3 D trkt D D trkttk D D D trkttktrkt (1.5 + 2.5 + 4) A1, C3, B2 D trkt D D D trkttktrkt D D trkttk (1.5 + 4 + 2.5) B2, A1, C3 D D trkttk D trkt D D D trkttktrkt (2.5 + 1.5 + 4) B2, C3, A1 D D trkttk D D D trkttktrkt D trkt (2.5 + 4 + 1.5) C3, A1, B2 […]

How to use Grid of time for rhythm?

Hello welcome to Tutorial Music and today I’m written about the Grid of time use for rhythm As we work beyond the “exercise” and “discovery” stage of a-rhythm-etic cells we must organize patterns in useful ways to support the music. Compound meters are built using smaller groupings (subunits) that combine to form the whole of a given meter. For example, the 10-beat tabla cycle “Jhaptal” is divided 2+3+2+3. All tabla cycles are built using smaller […]

How to Rhythm Cell/bols the “Beat” and “Off Beat”?

Following are exercises that drill recited cells in a “flow without measure” context. Notice the musicality of each shape as you repeat a series. A steady “beat” is essential to feel and hear how fractional cells “flip” to the off-beat. For example, A1 recited four times would result in an “on-beat/off-beat” combination: on, off, on, off. In fact, “beat flipping” occurs with all fractional cells: A1, A3, B2, C2. In the cell formatting of figure […]

How to use Shorthand bols?

Hello welcome to Tutorial Music and today written about tabla bols . Shown in below under the entire A, B, C series now appears in a “short-hand” form to simplify notation and facilitate quicker player response. dha = D (capital D represents the “accent” of the stroke and the duration of two 8th notes) •tira kita = trkt • tira kita taka = trkttk • tira kita taka tira kita = trkttktrkt (16ths) A1 A2 […]


Hello Welcome to Tutorial Music and today written about Rhythm Cells or Bols. Rhythm is a very important about the any music. Study is a about Rhythm/tall Cells/Bols important us as a any musician . Shown in figure 1 below are three categories of rhythm cells(Bols): A (short), B (medium), and C (long). Categories A: Rhythm cells/bols categories A is a very short time stapes by stapes and very speedily cells/bols play. Categories B: Rhythm […]

How to use musical RHYTHM ?

Hello Welcome to student Flute today written about the musical rhythm. This study offers a glimpse into the power of the North Indian tabla drum language and the fundamental mathematics the language comprises, presented here as a unique yet universal method called rhythm. The concept is simple but with great possibilities. Rhythm cells in this method are rendered with spoken syllables that are strung together to form potent musical shapes and metric structures that are […]

What is Bansuria raga?

Hello welcome to Tutorial Music and learning bansuria music as a Indian music is not notated, but rather passed down from generation to generation through listening and playing by ear. What do we call this style of musical communication? Where have we seen it before? Indian families have a particular type of master-pupil teaching system. It is called a gharana. One of the most important types of Indian music is raga. A raga has has […]