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aracer.mobi McClellan Road Explain the various parts of a Tabla and its function. • Recite the following The Hindi word,. 'Khaali' means. Beginners Lessons in Tabla playing. Posted on Sunday, June 29, How to play tabla [PDF - 17Mb] Many years ago, I took a course in tabla playing. A much better overview of this material is the book / CD set entitled "Learning the For a more extensive discussion please refer to "Fundamentals of Tabla".
It is a flat slapping sound with no resonance, therefore it is called "band".
The most common version is shown in the illustration, however other forms exist. Kat - Pronounced as in "Cut" Kat is a common variant of Ka. Its technique is basically the same, except the left hand is kept further back.
This allows it to be louder than the more usual Ka. Naa - Pronounced as in "Not" This is a common resonant stroke of the right hand. It is produced by holding the last two fingers lightly against the syahi and using the index finger to forcefully hit the rim chat or kinar of the tabla.
It is important to keep the middle finger extended so as not to hit the drum. The correct position may be visualized by an "X" running across the drum. This cross pattern is not imaginary but is a reflection of actual resonance characteristics.
The position of this cross is determined by the ring finger and little finger. Sliding these fingers around will cause the position of the cross to vary. Maximum efficiency is produced when one strikes the chat at the position where the other leg of the cross passes over the rim.
This is shown in the accompanying illustration. There are several versions of this stroke.
They are differentiated by the exact place of striking and whether the finger is allowed to rebound or not. Occasionally one may find this stroke executed by muting with all of the last three fingers of the right hand; this however is considered to be very poor technique. Na - Pronounced as in "Nut" This is a nonresonant stroke which is made by striking the edge of the syahi with the last two fingers of the right hand. This stroke has numerous names, especially when used as part of larger bol expressions.
Some common ones are Da, Ra and Ta. Taa - Pronounced as in Taco This is a common stroke of the right hand. There are at least four ways to play this bol.
However only two are common: the Dilli Delhi approach and the Purbi approach. We will also discuss a less common form found in Kathak performances. See Naa for further information on this technique. Purbi Style Taa The Purbi approach is to place the last two fingers lightly against the syahi and then strike sharply in the maidan with the index finger.
This is very similar to Tin ; unlike Tin, it is played more forcefully. A variation is found among members of the Lucknow gharana, who quickly remove the hand from the drum as soon as it is struck.
Most musicians feel that such technique yields an uncontrolled sound and thus reject this. Aloke never imagined that a small page book would help so many students all over the world. After receiving numerous requests for a larger version, he published an enlarged 2nd edition. The third printing of the new version was published in January This page digital pdf consists of theory and compositions set to six different time cycles tala. This chapter also elaborates upon the difference between playing solo and accompaniment and guides the student towards appropriate disciplines for each.
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