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This is an informal yet comprehensive resource of musical notes of Indian, Indian Film Music and Hollywood songs and tunes.
So, you are a music lover. You play some instrument too. But you are stuck. You have looked around everywhere for notations of the music that you want to play on your instrument, but alas! little luck. Those resources are either charging money or are incomplete. But the good news is, you have landed up on Notes & Sargam – a comprehensive, easy to navigate, easy to understand, and above all absolutely free resource for music lovers like you who just want to play their favorite music on their instruments.
This website will surely make you happy as here you will find Sargams (some call it notations, swaralipi, notes, etc.) of various Regional, Indian, Western songs, tunes, theme music, jingles etc., which have been enlisted categorically to make it easier for you to find what you want. So, explore, play, learn and enjoy!
You will find here Sargams (Indian notations) 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.
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 of Hindi Songs on haromium”, or “Hindi song notations for harmonium”, or, “Harmonium notes for Hindi songs”, then you might have come to the right place.
Those who are learning Bansuri must watch this video where self-taught musicians share their experiences of learning music all by themselves.
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.
Radhika Basantrao I have learnt to play Veena, all by myself. And, I’m so proud of it that I could do it at the age of 38. True, age has nothing to do with learning music, or anything for that matter. My grandpa-in-law used to play Veena. My husband was around 7-8 years when he passed away. Since then his Veena was gathering dust in our house. About a year ago I watched this girl named Veena Srivani on YouTube. She is so good at playing Veena. I immediately got motivated by her melodious song playing on Veena. I’m sure most of you have watched her
Many people, especially those who have just picked up learning flute, have a doubt that blowing harder on flute might produce Tivra sound for any note. This is not correct. Blowing harder produces sound of that note on its Higher pitch. For example, if you play “kora kagaz tha“, which is a duet song, you can produce the female voice (high pitch) by blowing your flute harder on the same notes. In Indian classical music there
The SARGAM (Indian notations) posted in this website are arranged in the following manner. Readers can take a clue from it and decipher the notations. The following is how generally the Indian notations are written, but it is not the thumbrule. You may find notations written in other style at other places. But for this website, we will be adhering to the following rules. CAPITAL LETTERS = Shuddh Swars (Flat Notes) small letters = Komal Swars
You can practice Alankars just with first 4 notes – S R G M, like the following: SRGM SRMG SGRM SMRG SGMR SMGR RGMS RMGS RSGM RGSM RMSG RSMG GMRS GMSR GSRM GRMS GRSM GSMR MSRG MRSG MRGS MSGR MGRS MGSR So, why don’t you give it a try to make Alankars with P D N S on your own? It’ll be fun!
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