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About The Book

The Carnatic Music Reader Series introduces a systematic study of Carnatic Music with the help of Western Staff Notation. The series has been designed with the beginner student in mind so that the he can learn to play the lessons on western instruments like guitar, piano, saxophone, violin etc. With little effort.

The first part of the series starts with a quick course on Western staff Notation and proceeds with the fundamental sequences of exercise in Carnatic Music for beginners.

All the exercises are graphically presented in Western Staff Notation, letter Notation and also the conventional Carnatic Letter Notation. All the fundamental sequences Sarali Varisai, Janta Varisai, Dhattu Varisai, sthayi Varisai, Alankaram, Geetham, Lakshana Geetham, Jathiswaram and Swarajathi are covered in the first series.

 

Preface (Volume-1)

Lakhs of compositions - Thousands of Ragas - Hundreds of exercises - that is our Carnatic Music which is very rich in its resources. Carnatic Music is one of oldest form of the Classical Music Systems in the world. Over the centuries, it has been developed as the finest art form by the great masters of Carnatic Music. Though all the works have been documented and there are many books that cover the various aspects of Carnatic Music, most of them are in "Letter or Script Notation System."

Indian Carnatic Music in a recognizable universal format will make our Music works comprehensible by a large majority of Western and Indian Musicians who are familiar with Staff Notation System only The primary motivation in writing this book was to put together the basic exercises in the universal Western Staff Notation System which is a great tool for disseminating Musical information.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score.

Thanks to Shri. M Easwaran of CBB Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-2)

The primary motivation in writing the Carnatic Music Reader series. was to put together the Basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis in the universal Western Staff Notation System which is a great tool for disseminating Musical information.

Indian Carnatic Music in a recognizable universal format will III I make our Music works comprehensible by a large majority of Western and Indian Musicians who are familiar with Staff Notation System only Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score.

The first book covered the basic exercises of Carnatic Music for beginners. This book, the second in the series covers some of the Adi Thala Varnams.

The lessons will be continued in same pattern for more Varnams and Krithis in the future volumes.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-3)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Vamams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the, series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second volume covered some of the Adi Thala Varnams. This book, the third in the series covers more Adi Thala Varnams. Few Pada Varnams are also covered in this volume.

The lessons will be continued in the same pattern for more Vamams and Krithis in the future volumes.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. Those who are new to the Staff Notation System are requested to refer the initial volumes of the series where a brief and systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-4)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second and Third volume covered the Adi Thala Varnams. This book, the Fourth in the series covers Ata Thala Varnams.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. Those who are new to the Staff Notation System are requested to refer the initial volumes of the series where a brief and systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBB Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-5)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second, Third and Fourth volumes covered the Adi Thala and Ata Thala Varnams. Krithis were started in the Fifth Volume.

This book, the Sixth in the series covers more Krithis. Same pattern will be continued in future volumes of the series to cover more Krithis.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. For those who are new to the Staff Notation System, a brief and a systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-6)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second, Third and Fourth volumes covered the Adi Thala and Ata Thala Varnams. Krithis were started in the Fifth Volume.

This book, the Sixth in the series covers more Krithis. Same pattern will be continued in future volumes of the series to cover more Krithis.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. For those who are new to the Staff Notation System, a brief and a systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-7)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Vamams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second, Third and Fourth volumes covered the Adi Thala and Ata Thala Varnams.

Fifth and Sixth volumes covered the Krithis. This book, the Seventh in the series covers more Krithis of various composers.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. For those who are new to the Staff Notation System, a brief and a systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided in the initial volumes.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Contents Volume-1

 

l.Introduction 1
2.Staff notation 5
3.Excercises 17
4.Sarali varisa 21
S.Janta varisa 28
6.Dattu varisa 46
7.Mandra sthayi varisa 53
8.Madhya sthayi varisa 56
9.Tara sthayi varisa 59
l0.Alankaram 63
11.Geetham 74
12.Lakshana geetham 99
13.Jatiswaram 105
Contents Volume-2

 

Introduction 1
Staff Notation - A Brief Introduction 5
1.Ninnukori : Mohanam 17
2.Sami Ninne : Shankarabharanam 25
3.Evvari Bodhana : Abhogi 33
4. Vanajakshiro : Kalyani 41
5.Intha Chalamu : Begada 50
6.Tharuni Ninnu : Kamboji 61
7.Sarasuda Ninne : Saveri 72
8.Jalajakshi : Hamsadhvani 82
9.Inthamodi : Saranga 92
10.Eranapai : Hanuma Thodi 99
11.Ninne Kori : Vasantha 108
12.Sami Ninne : Shree 117
Contents Volume-3

 

1.Intha Chouka : Bilahari 1
2.Sami Ninne : Pantuvarali 13
3.Sarasija Mukhiro : Arabhi 23
4.Karunimpa : Sahana 37
5.Chalamela : Darbar 46
6.Saraguna : Madhyamavati 55
7.Sami Dayajuda : Kedara Gaula 64
8.Sarasijanabha : Maya Malava Gaula 74
9. Entho Prema : Surutti 84
10.Rajamathangi : Udaya Ravichandrika 94
11. Chalamela (Pada Varnam) : Nata Kuranji 103
12.Rama Eevela (Pada Varnam) : Kharaharapriya 114
   
Contents Volume-4

 

l.Vanajakshi Kalyani 1
2.Nera Nammi Kanada 12
3.Chalamela Dheera Sankarabharanam 22
4.Sarasijanabha Kambhoji 32
5.Maguva Ninne Narayana Gaula 43
6.Nenarumchi Dhanyasi 53
7. Vanajakshi Riti Gaula 64
8.Kanakangi Hanuma Thodi 75
9. Sami Neepai Ananda Bhairavi 85
10. Vanajakshi Varali 96
Contents Volume-5

 

Introduction   1
Staff Notation - A Brief Introduction   5
1.Vathapi Hamsadhvani 17
2.Nadathan umanisam Chitta Ranjani 27
3.Brova Bharama Bahudari 34
4.Marugelara Jayanta Sri 40
5.Thunga Tharange Kuntala Varali 50
6.Palimchu Madhyamavati 59
7.Kanaka Saila Punnaga Varali 75
8.Mahagana pathim Natta 85
9.Aanandamrithakarshini Amrita Varshini 90
10.Kanchadalaaya Kamala Manohari 95
11.Parvati Patim Hamsadhvani 102
12.Annapoorne Visalakshi Shyama 106
13.Mamavathu Sri Hindolam 114
14.Mahadeva Siva Sambho Revati 121
Contents Volume-6

 

1.Vinayaka Ninuvina Hamsadhvani 1
2.Sitamma Mayamma Vasanta 8
3.Niravathi Sukhada Ravi Chandrika 19
4.Manasayetulo Malayamarutam 28
5.Nagumomu Abheri 39
6.Adamodigalude Charukesi 56
7.Gajaananayutam Chakravakam 64
8. Sri Lakshmi Varaham Abhogi 70
9.Sri Saraswathi Arabhi 78
10.Paamarajana Paalini Simhendra Mahdhyamam 84
11. Sri Guruguha Suddha Saveri 89
12.Subramanneya Suddha Dhanyasi 94
13.Parvathi Kumaram Nata Kuranji 103
14.Hari Narayana Revati 108
15.Paripalaya Pantuvarali 116
Contents Volume-7

 

1-Himagiri Thanaye Suddha Dhanyasi 1
2-Pahimam Sree Jana Ranjini 8
3-Pandu Reethi Hamsa Nadam 16
4-Ananda Nadamaduvar Purvi Kalyani 23
5-Raghuvamsa Sudha Kadana Kutuhalam 35
6-Bho Sambho Revati 45
7-Manasa Sanchara Shyama 55
8- Paarukkulle Jonpuri 63
9-Sada Palaya Mohanam 75
10-Naan Oru Vilayattu Navarasa Kannada 82
11-Jagaj Janani Ratipati Priya 89
12-Adikkondar Maya Malava Gaula 95
13-Ramachandram Vasanta 102
14-Brahma Mokate Bauli 111
15-Varuvaro Varam Shyama 124
16-Ramachandrasya Dharmavati 132

 

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Carnatic Music Reader In Western Staff Notation (A Primer For Guitar, Piano, Keyborad, Saxophone, Violin) (Set of 7 Volumes)

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About The Book

The Carnatic Music Reader Series introduces a systematic study of Carnatic Music with the help of Western Staff Notation. The series has been designed with the beginner student in mind so that the he can learn to play the lessons on western instruments like guitar, piano, saxophone, violin etc. With little effort.

The first part of the series starts with a quick course on Western staff Notation and proceeds with the fundamental sequences of exercise in Carnatic Music for beginners.

All the exercises are graphically presented in Western Staff Notation, letter Notation and also the conventional Carnatic Letter Notation. All the fundamental sequences Sarali Varisai, Janta Varisai, Dhattu Varisai, sthayi Varisai, Alankaram, Geetham, Lakshana Geetham, Jathiswaram and Swarajathi are covered in the first series.

 

Preface (Volume-1)

Lakhs of compositions - Thousands of Ragas - Hundreds of exercises - that is our Carnatic Music which is very rich in its resources. Carnatic Music is one of oldest form of the Classical Music Systems in the world. Over the centuries, it has been developed as the finest art form by the great masters of Carnatic Music. Though all the works have been documented and there are many books that cover the various aspects of Carnatic Music, most of them are in "Letter or Script Notation System."

Indian Carnatic Music in a recognizable universal format will make our Music works comprehensible by a large majority of Western and Indian Musicians who are familiar with Staff Notation System only The primary motivation in writing this book was to put together the basic exercises in the universal Western Staff Notation System which is a great tool for disseminating Musical information.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score.

Thanks to Shri. M Easwaran of CBB Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-2)

The primary motivation in writing the Carnatic Music Reader series. was to put together the Basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis in the universal Western Staff Notation System which is a great tool for disseminating Musical information.

Indian Carnatic Music in a recognizable universal format will III I make our Music works comprehensible by a large majority of Western and Indian Musicians who are familiar with Staff Notation System only Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score.

The first book covered the basic exercises of Carnatic Music for beginners. This book, the second in the series covers some of the Adi Thala Varnams.

The lessons will be continued in same pattern for more Varnams and Krithis in the future volumes.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-3)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Vamams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the, series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second volume covered some of the Adi Thala Varnams. This book, the third in the series covers more Adi Thala Varnams. Few Pada Varnams are also covered in this volume.

The lessons will be continued in the same pattern for more Vamams and Krithis in the future volumes.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. Those who are new to the Staff Notation System are requested to refer the initial volumes of the series where a brief and systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-4)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second and Third volume covered the Adi Thala Varnams. This book, the Fourth in the series covers Ata Thala Varnams.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. Those who are new to the Staff Notation System are requested to refer the initial volumes of the series where a brief and systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBB Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-5)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second, Third and Fourth volumes covered the Adi Thala and Ata Thala Varnams. Krithis were started in the Fifth Volume.

This book, the Sixth in the series covers more Krithis. Same pattern will be continued in future volumes of the series to cover more Krithis.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. For those who are new to the Staff Notation System, a brief and a systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-6)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Varnams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second, Third and Fourth volumes covered the Adi Thala and Ata Thala Varnams. Krithis were started in the Fifth Volume.

This book, the Sixth in the series covers more Krithis. Same pattern will be continued in future volumes of the series to cover more Krithis.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. For those who are new to the Staff Notation System, a brief and a systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Preface (Volume-7)

The Carnatic Music Reader Series presents the basic Exercises, Vamams and Krithis of Carnatic Music in the universal Western Staff Notation System. The First volume of the series covered the basic Exercises for beginners. The Second, Third and Fourth volumes covered the Adi Thala and Ata Thala Varnams.

Fifth and Sixth volumes covered the Krithis. This book, the Seventh in the series covers more Krithis of various composers.

Western Staff Notation System is easy to learn, more graphical and gives a complete picture of the Music Score. For those who are new to the Staff Notation System, a brief and a systematic introduction for the Western Staff Notation System is provided in the initial volumes.

I have to thank Shri. M Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Girija, Proprietor, CBH Publications in showing interest in this project and publishing this Series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this endeavour.

 

Contents Volume-1

 

l.Introduction 1
2.Staff notation 5
3.Excercises 17
4.Sarali varisa 21
S.Janta varisa 28
6.Dattu varisa 46
7.Mandra sthayi varisa 53
8.Madhya sthayi varisa 56
9.Tara sthayi varisa 59
l0.Alankaram 63
11.Geetham 74
12.Lakshana geetham 99
13.Jatiswaram 105
Contents Volume-2

 

Introduction 1
Staff Notation - A Brief Introduction 5
1.Ninnukori : Mohanam 17
2.Sami Ninne : Shankarabharanam 25
3.Evvari Bodhana : Abhogi 33
4. Vanajakshiro : Kalyani 41
5.Intha Chalamu : Begada 50
6.Tharuni Ninnu : Kamboji 61
7.Sarasuda Ninne : Saveri 72
8.Jalajakshi : Hamsadhvani 82
9.Inthamodi : Saranga 92
10.Eranapai : Hanuma Thodi 99
11.Ninne Kori : Vasantha 108
12.Sami Ninne : Shree 117
Contents Volume-3

 

1.Intha Chouka : Bilahari 1
2.Sami Ninne : Pantuvarali 13
3.Sarasija Mukhiro : Arabhi 23
4.Karunimpa : Sahana 37
5.Chalamela : Darbar 46
6.Saraguna : Madhyamavati 55
7.Sami Dayajuda : Kedara Gaula 64
8.Sarasijanabha : Maya Malava Gaula 74
9. Entho Prema : Surutti 84
10.Rajamathangi : Udaya Ravichandrika 94
11. Chalamela (Pada Varnam) : Nata Kuranji 103
12.Rama Eevela (Pada Varnam) : Kharaharapriya 114
   
Contents Volume-4

 

l.Vanajakshi Kalyani 1
2.Nera Nammi Kanada 12
3.Chalamela Dheera Sankarabharanam 22
4.Sarasijanabha Kambhoji 32
5.Maguva Ninne Narayana Gaula 43
6.Nenarumchi Dhanyasi 53
7. Vanajakshi Riti Gaula 64
8.Kanakangi Hanuma Thodi 75
9. Sami Neepai Ananda Bhairavi 85
10. Vanajakshi Varali 96
Contents Volume-5

 

Introduction   1
Staff Notation - A Brief Introduction   5
1.Vathapi Hamsadhvani 17
2.Nadathan umanisam Chitta Ranjani 27
3.Brova Bharama Bahudari 34
4.Marugelara Jayanta Sri 40
5.Thunga Tharange Kuntala Varali 50
6.Palimchu Madhyamavati 59
7.Kanaka Saila Punnaga Varali 75
8.Mahagana pathim Natta 85
9.Aanandamrithakarshini Amrita Varshini 90
10.Kanchadalaaya Kamala Manohari 95
11.Parvati Patim Hamsadhvani 102
12.Annapoorne Visalakshi Shyama 106
13.Mamavathu Sri Hindolam 114
14.Mahadeva Siva Sambho Revati 121
Contents Volume-6

 

1.Vinayaka Ninuvina Hamsadhvani 1
2.Sitamma Mayamma Vasanta 8
3.Niravathi Sukhada Ravi Chandrika 19
4.Manasayetulo Malayamarutam 28
5.Nagumomu Abheri 39
6.Adamodigalude Charukesi 56
7.Gajaananayutam Chakravakam 64
8. Sri Lakshmi Varaham Abhogi 70
9.Sri Saraswathi Arabhi 78
10.Paamarajana Paalini Simhendra Mahdhyamam 84
11. Sri Guruguha Suddha Saveri 89
12.Subramanneya Suddha Dhanyasi 94
13.Parvathi Kumaram Nata Kuranji 103
14.Hari Narayana Revati 108
15.Paripalaya Pantuvarali 116
Contents Volume-7

 

1-Himagiri Thanaye Suddha Dhanyasi 1
2-Pahimam Sree Jana Ranjini 8
3-Pandu Reethi Hamsa Nadam 16
4-Ananda Nadamaduvar Purvi Kalyani 23
5-Raghuvamsa Sudha Kadana Kutuhalam 35
6-Bho Sambho Revati 45
7-Manasa Sanchara Shyama 55
8- Paarukkulle Jonpuri 63
9-Sada Palaya Mohanam 75
10-Naan Oru Vilayattu Navarasa Kannada 82
11-Jagaj Janani Ratipati Priya 89
12-Adikkondar Maya Malava Gaula 95
13-Ramachandram Vasanta 102
14-Brahma Mokate Bauli 111
15-Varuvaro Varam Shyama 124
16-Ramachandrasya Dharmavati 132

 

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