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Kabhi kabhi mere dil me

Sargam notations for song Kabhi kabhi mere dil me
Movie : Kabhi Kabhi (1976)
Lyricist : Saahir Ludhiyanvi
Singer : Mukesh
Music Director : Khayyam

Kabhi | kabhi | mere | dil me
P’ | P’M | D’P’M | MGMG | R | G

khayal | aata | hai
G~M G~DP | P…M G~R | GRS

Kee | jaise | tujhko | banaya
G | GG | RGR G | R RGR G

gaya hai | mere | liye
R GRS S | S~R R(G)R S | S SN D(N)D

Tu | abse | pehle | sitaro | me
P’ | M G M | P P P | PP P~D D(N)D | P

bas | rahee | thi | kahee
PP | P MP | M | DP MG

Tujhe | jamin pe | bulaya
G G | G RGR G | R RGR G

gaya | hai | mere | liye
R GRS S | S~R R(G)R S | S SN D(N)D

Interlude :
G… P D | PDP GRS R G

[Repeat Mukhda for the following Antara]

Kabhi kabhi mere dil me
khayal aata hai
Kee yeh badan yeh nigahe
meree amanat hain
Yeh gesuo kee
ghanee chhaon hain
meree khatir
Yeh honth aur yeh baahe
meree amanat hain

Interlude :
G… P D | PDP GRS R G

Kabhi | kabhi | mere dil me
S S | N R | RR R R

khayal | aata | hai
RR R | R(G)R S SRG | G

Kee | jaise | bajatee | hain
G | RGRG R S | SS S | S

shehnaiya | see | raaho | me
R~M M MM | M | G GM G RR | S

Suhag | rat | hain
PP M | D D | D~P

ghunghat | utha | raha | hu | mai
P~S N~D | N D P | P P | MDP | MG

Simat | rahee | hai | tu
G GG | G RGR | G | G

sharma | ke | apni | baaho | me
R RGR G | R | G R S | S~R R(G)R S | S SN D(N)D

Kabhi kabhi….

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  • 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
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  • 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.