This course is designed for young learners of Hindustani Music. This course includes a Guru Vandana and two Bhajans. Kinare Lagaao is a Bhajan by saint poet Meera and Ehi Mudam is a Bhajan by Sri Narayana Tertha. The student reviews the songs learnt earlier. Different Swara paterns forming Alankars are practiced.
HV100 series of courses provide a foundation for young children to enjoy and appreciate Indian music. The lessons introduce the children to the fundamentals of Hindustani music with an approach of generating curiosity and discovery. The concepts of Sur and Laya are weaved into interesting poetry and rhythm elements. This series of courses include songs from various genres like Nature poetry, Childrens' songs in simple Hindi, Prayers and verses, all leading to a discovery of Swaras, Raga and Taal. The HV100 courses are designed for children to provide a strong foundation of voice culture, listening skills, singing basic Sargams, Rhythm concepts and exercises, correlating Swaras to sound on a basic level and learning Swara/Raga based songs in simple Hindi which the child would enjoy singing.
These courses encourage creative thinking by introducing them composing exercises
This course has 12 lessons
To practice the seven Swaras with vowel sounds in a set rhythm
To compose Swara patterns and Alankar
To learn the songs in perfect melody and rhythm
To learn the Guru Vandana, Kinare and Ehi Mudam
To review the songs learnt earlier
The student has completed HV100D at the academy OR
The child sings seven Shuddh Swaras in Swar and Aakar. The child is able to sing repetitive Alankar patterns and simple Alankar patterns (in rhythms of 2,3,4)
The child is able to sing a prayer and 3 Hindi songs (non film) in Sur and Taal. The admission in this case would be done as per the advise of experts at the academy.
This course suited for students of about 7 years to any age.
The student is able to
The student sings seven Swaras and various patterning exercises
The student presents the diferent songs in tune, rhythm and with correct diction
The student has reviewed a song that was learnt earlier and is able to present it with an improvisational idea
Review and present songs learnt earlier in tune, rhythm and with correct diction