7th January 2006, 01:59 AM
R; Violin is considered to be the most difficult instrument to learn (apart from Sarangi). It takes time. I can relate to you my own experience. All three of my children started violin when they were five. It took them more than ten years to reach the leading position in their orchestra (first chair). Be patient !
Originally Posted by R
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7th January 2006 01:59 AM
7th January 2006, 02:43 AM
I have all the three books that I mentioned about in an earlier message. If anyone of you wants a sample song in western notation I will be pleased to provide it.
Emmie te Nijenhuis' book has only varNams and Chinnasami Mudaliar's book has many Tyagaraja kritis.
7th January 2006, 03:44 AM
Yes, piano is easier to play unlike string instrument. Since he is 7 or have not started with proper carnatic music, could be, he is struggling a bit. Agree with you, have to be patient and I am..
And, Mr.Lakshman, yes, pls do provide it. Recently, bought a book and the title is The structure of Music in raga and western systems and the author is Mr.Raja Ramana.
It has some simple songs like vara veena, sri gananatha and they are quite simple to play. Anyways, pls do provide sample notations whichever you can.
Thanks in advance.
7th January 2006, 09:59 PM
R & Rajraj:
I have scanned one song for you but I need emai addresses to send the pages. Please send me an emai at firstname.lastname@example.org
8th January 2006, 11:45 AM
Tamil film Songs in 'S R G' notation: http://tfmpage.com/notes/
There's a simple way to get sheetmusic. Download any midi file from the net (just google for 'indian midi' or 'tamil midi'), and open it with software like cakewalk. You can get the western notation that you can simply print.
For carnatic songs, I have seen some 'Learn harmonium' books that give indian notation. Such books help in playing gamakam's.
8th January 2006, 04:53 PM
RR, that was really informative..will try downloading midi and let you know..
Thanks for sharing yr inputs.
16th July 2006, 07:20 PM
notations-hindi film songs
if any body is interested in the notations of hindi film songs, kindly let me know. in the trivandrum university library there are 24 volumes of old hindi film songs with notations. i can scan them and send it to you.
bye uma :o
27th March 2010, 08:52 PM
hindi songs western notations
Itz a great job to provide western notes on hindi songs for piano - keyboard lovers.I've also completed more than 900 hindi songs western notations, out of them my more than 160 western piano notes freely available on http://www.desibits.com/forums/ songs since 1960 to 2010.