Bollywood music is known for its melodious tunes, catchy lyrics, and soulful voices. The genre has its own unique style, which sets it apart from other music genres. If you’re a fan of Bollywood music, you might have wondered how to learn to sing those beautiful songs. Singing Bollywood songs is not just about hitting… More Special Tips To Learn To Sing Bollywood Songs
Carnatic music is a classical music form originating from southern India, with roots that date back over 2000 years. This rich and complex musical tradition has been passed down through generations, with a focus on vocal music but also incorporating instrumental music, dance, and poetry. Carnatic music is considered one of the oldest musical traditions… More Introduction To Carnatic Music – Learn Carnatic Vocal And Be A Better Singer
Hindustani music is a form of North Indian classical music that originated in northern India around the 13th century. It is performed mainly by singers, accompanied by instruments such as the sitar, tabla and harmonium. Its influence extends beyond North India, having a major influence on the music of Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Nepal. Let’s take… More 5 unique Aspects of Singing Hindustani Music
Intonation in singing is the accuracy or precision of pitch when singing. It is the ability to match the pitch of a note accurately and consistently. Intonation is an essential skill for singers to cultivate if they want to produce clear, beautiful tones. Let’s learn how to improve voice pitch through a set of pitch… More How to improve voice pitch? Pitch exercises for singing!
Music is a rich and diverse art form that encompasses various genres and styles worldwide. In India, two prominent classical music traditions have flourished over the centuries: Hindustani and Carnatic music. While both share ancient roots, they have evolved differently, resulting in distinct musical styles that are deeply rooted in their respective regions. This article… More What is the difference between Hindustani and Carnatic music?
Raag Desh or Des is an Audava-Sampurna (consists of 5 notes in Aroh and 7 notes in Avroh) raga from the Hindustani music tradition. Raag Desh has been used in well-known Indian Patriotic Compositions. The most identifiable is “Vande Mataram” which is the national song of India. The popular composition Baje Sargam from Doordarshan with… More Embrace the Spirit of Raag Desh: An Introductory Singing Course
Watch to learn how the students of Sangeet Pravah World Music Academy benefitted from using Riyaz app for the singing practice during the covid lockdown period. You don’t want to miss these Riyaz app success stories! Did they improve? Were they able to continue their music education through a mobile app? Watch the video to… More Learn To Sing Made Easy: Riyaz App Success Stories
Dear Riyazers On new year’s eve, we announced that we were working on a new version of Riyaz to take your learning experience further ahead. After months of hard work, we’re now just days away from rolling out this major update of Riyaz to you. We’re very excited and we want to share a sneak… More Day wise course plans
Bhimpalasi is an audhav – sampurna (consists of 5 notes in Arohana and 7 notes in Avarohana) raga from the Hindustani music tradition. It is one of the most used ragas used in popular music today. When is Raag Bhimpalasi sung? Raag Bhimpalasi is sung in the early afternoon between 12 – 3 pm. What… More Indian Ragas: Introduction to Raag Bhimpalasi
Carnatic 101 singing course comprises of the fundamental exercises that are needed to get you started with a lifetime of learning singing in the Carnatic style. It consists of videos introducing you to the concepts of sruti, tanpura, svara and svarasthana, exercises to practise single svaras and sarali svaras of different complexities. All the exercises… More Carnatic Music Lessons: Carnatic Vocal for Beginners