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To begin with, this is an informal yet comprehensive resource of Sargam notes of Indian, Indian Film Music and Hollywood songs and tunes, especially for beginners.
For instance, you are a music lover. You play some instrument too. But, you are stuck. Because, you have looked around everywhere for notations of the music that you want to play on your instrument, but alas! little luck. As you find out that those resources are either charging money or are incomplete. But the good news is, you have landed up on Notes & Sargam website. You will be happy to find that it is a comprehensive, easy to navigate, easy to understand, and above all absolutely free resource for beginners or music lovers like you for instance, who just want to play Hindi, English, Bengali and regional songs on their instruments with the help of these easy Sargam notations.
It is for sure that this website will make you happy because, you will find here various Sargam (some call it notations, swaralipi, notes, etc.) for Hindi, English, Bengali and regional songs, tunes, theme music, jingles etc.. These songs and tunes, some are the rare ones, have been enlisted categorically to make it easier for you to find what you want. As a result, you will be able to explore, play, learn and enjoy!
Moreover, you will find here Sargam notes (Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa) of Hindi and non-Hindi songs and tunes which may help you to play them on your instruments. Since, I play Bansuri (Bamboo Flute), I may be a little bias towards reproducing Sargam more suitable to play on Bansuri. As a result, you can learn how to produce play Sargam for Hindi English Bengali and regional songs on your instruments like, flute, harmonium, guitar, harmonica, violin, etc.
But, having said that, it doesn’t mean that these Sargam cannot be played on other instruments, like harmonium, keyboard, violin, sitar etc. They can be, indeed. If Bansuri produces “Sa Re Ga Ma”, so do other instruments, irrespective of their make or type. So, I’m pretty sure that with little improvisation, these notations will hold equally good for playing on any type of instrument.
That means, if you are searching for, say, “Sargam notes of Hindi Songs on haromium”, or “Hindi song notations for harmonium”, or, “Harmonium notes for beginners”, or, “sa re ga ma pa piano notes for hindi songs”, then you might have come to the right place. Find 100s of Sargam notes for Hindi, Bengali and other regional songs.
Beginners, like, those who have started to learn Bansuri must watch these videos because they may get good insight from these self-taught musicians who share their experiences of learning music all by themselves.
Real Stories Of Self-learning
Although, music is best learnt from a Teacher. However, those who are yet to find a Guru, may get inspired from these stories of self-learning.
STORY OF SELF-LEARNING RETIKESH MALI I had nothing to do in my illness so I picked up Harmonica “In the illness I would not feel like doing anything. Once while watching YouTube on my mobile, I came across this “Ye Dosti..” song. When I use to hear this Sholay movie song in childhood, I used to think that I should try and play this instrument.” My story of learning harmonica is a bit strange. It was because of my father that I developed an interest in music. He used to sing Bhajans (devotional songs) and I probably picked up the basics from there. Then as a
STORY OF SELF-LEARNING K M SRIDHAR I never imagined that I would learn it myself “It was in my 2nd UG that a brother of mine had asked me to accompany him for a full 1 hour program. In this I had to learn many pieces in different ragas. Hence, I would say that experience exposed me to music. I learnt what to practice.” The first time I enjoyed flute was in my 12th standard, when I heard Shashank sir (Vidwan Shashank Subramaniam, the Carnatic Flute Prodigy) play live. I never imagined that I would get an opportunity to learn it myself. During the holidays from
STORY OF SELF-LEARNING ANIL SRIVASTAVA A Station Master who picked up from where his father left that flute “I used to pick up that flute anytime anywhere and would start practicing, which did bother my siblings because, I was very poor at playing Bansuri then. But, after about practice of six months, this song came out well on the flute and my siblings appreciated it. My self-learning seems to have been rewarded of late as I entered the Top-10 in the N&S Instrumental Music Contest 2020” When I was about 10 years old kid, I often used to listen to my father playing “Peetal ki mori
Find the basic information on Indian Classical music or Hindustani Shastriya Sangeet on this website.
Enlisted below are some of the common and popular Raags which will give beginners a fair idea about how to play these Raags of Indian Classical music either instrumentally or vocally .
Out Of My Experience Of Self-Learning
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