Alankars Alankars Bansuri is such an instrument with which you have to always be in touch. You should everyday do its Riyaaz Practice. If you skip a days practice too its result will be seen the next day and you personally would feel the difference. So always be in touch of this instrument. It will do you no good.
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February 16, kedar Uncategorized Bansuri beginners: Flute Alankars Alankars are the basic foundation when you start to play flute.
It is like learning the alphabet when you start to learn a new language. Alankar means decoration or ornamentation. Using the seven notes of an Octave saptak , we start building small phrases.
This exercise will help us to achieve 2 things: 1. Understanding the note with its sound. The musical notations are called by different names for each note Sa, Re, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha and Ni There are specific sounds that are associated with each note.
Practicing alankars will help us to get familiar with the sound of each note. To get the fingers moving over the instrument: It feels very hard for the first time to run over the fingers over each note. It is because our fingers are not trained to do so. So, the first priority for us should be playing the notes with ease and without much effort. A student should also understand the blow amount required for each note.
We can create hundreds of simple and complicated alankars. However, as a beginner, the target should be to learn and play fluently at least 5 basic alankars in the first month. I suggest you to play each of these alankars at least 10 times a day in order for your fingers to get comfortable with each structure.
Double note alankar: 3. Note skip alankar : Here are some more alankars: 4. Alankars will make your fingers and ears habituated to follow the musical notes.
2. To get the fingers moving over the instrument: