Play last two Alankars 9 & 10:

9.
Sa-, SaReSa-, SaReGaReSa-, SaReGaMaGaReSa-, SaReGaMaPaMaGaReSa-, SaReGaMaPaDhaPaMaGaReSa-, SaReGaMaPaDhaNiDhaPaMaGaReSa-, SaReGaMaPaDhaNiSa.NiDhaPaMaGaReSa-

10.
Sa.-, Sa.NiSa.-, Sa.NiDhaNiSa.-, Sa.NiDhaPaDhaNiSa.-, Sa.NiDhaPaMaPaDhaNiSa.-, Sa.NiDhaPaMaGaMaPaDhaNiSa.-, Sa.NiDhaPaMaGaReGaMaPaDhaNiSa.-, Sa.NiDhaPaMaGaReSaReGaMaPaDhaNiSa.-

SitarLesson2

1. You need to practice basic notes on Sitar by practicing Alankars. In this lesson you will practice last two Alankars as given on left.

2. A dash ‘-‘ after a note means a gap equivalent to one beat.

3. Pluck Da & Ra alternately.

4. View video to understand better

5. A dot after the note shows higher octave

6. A dot before the note will show lower octave.

7. Practice enough to play notes on Sitar clearly.

Note: In the photo position of Dha is as shown by the arrow. The fret is at the komal Dha (d) position which should be moved down.

  1. You need to practice basic notes on Sitar by practicing Alankars. In this lesson you will practice last two Alankars as given on left.
  2. A dash '-' after a note means a gap equivalent to one beat.
  3. Pluck Da & Ra alternately.
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