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Hum tere bin ab jee nahi sakte (Kyuki Tum hi ho)

Film: Ashiqui 2 (2013)
Singer : Arijit Singh

Hum tere bin ab jee nahi sakte
G D P P M M G R S R M G G

tere bina kya wajood mera
R R S R R S N S N D N P

tuzse juda agar ho jayenge toh
G D P P M M G R S R M G G

khud se hi ho jayenge juda
R R S R R S N S N D N P

Tum Hi Ho Tum Hi Ho
G S R G S R

Zin da gi Ab tum hi ho
N R S N D N P D

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  1. i dnt get it ..in some of your notes like dis one(hum tere bin ab reh nahi sakte) G is being played by closing 4 holes from the top ..nd sa is being played by closing all 6 holes…it means the sargam is from the bottom to the top ?? Where as in some songs for example – main tenu smjhawan ki. the G is being played by closing the 1st hole from the top ..it means in this the sa will be played by closing top three holer..just as mentionf in the key sheet ? So m very confused ..how and what is the real sargam? Please help! Thanks in advance.

    1. Bansuri can be played in two ways – one, by closing top three holes for Sa, or two, by closing all holes for Sa. However, technically playing Sa by closing all holes is not correct. The notes that I post are always to be played by closing top three holes for Sa. Therefore, here also G is obtained by closing the topmost hole.

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How to read SARGAM notations

  • CAPITAL LETTERS = Shuddh Swars (Flat Notes)
  • small letters = Komal Swars (Low Notes)
  • A Note with # [hash] = Tivra Swar (High Note)
  • Letter/Alphabet ONLY = Medium Pitch/Normal blow on flute
  • Letter/Alphabet PRECEDED BY a ” . ” [full stop] or  a ” , ” [comma] = Low Pitch/Softer blow on flute
  • Letter/Alphabet FOLLOWED BY a ‘ [single quote] = High Pitch/harder blow on flute
  • Notes in { } = “murki” have to be played very fast without any pause
  • A Note in ( ) = “kaan swar” has to be just touched before moving on to the next note
  • A “~” between two Notes = “meend”. That is, you have to glide from one note to another slowly to produce that wavy effect.