The student has completed HV308 at the academy OR the student has learnt Chhota Khayal in about thirty five Ragas and is able to present at least 20 Ragas with Swar Vistar Aalap and Taan. The student is able to sing Bada Khayals with Aalap and Taan in Yaman, Bhairav, Bhupali, Bihag, Bageshri, Malkauns, Jaijaivanti Todi and Darbari and one Thumri composition in Des or Khamaj. The student is able to compose Sargam Geet/Tarana in the Ragas learnt set to different basic Taals.
Raga Goud Malhar is a beautiful melody, the names indicating that this is sung during the rainy season. The Raga is derived from folk melodies and manifests itself in a unique way in its classical form.
Raga Shree is introduced in this course. The Swaras of Shree are to be practiced by doing Swar Sadhana exercises in this Raga. Swar Vistar is done as the student starts the journey into this meditative Raga. Paltas are composed and practiced in this Raga. The Swara combinations in this Raga are unique and the student would focus on achieving perfection in singing this Raga. A Chhota Khayal in Shree set to Teentaal is learnt.
Raga Darbari has been introduced and explored earlier.
The notes of Raga Adana are same a s Darbari, but the persona of Adana differs from that of Darbari. This fast paced Raga is studied by learning a Chhota Khayal with improvisation.
Raga Shankara is reviewed.
Theory – Gandharva Gaan, Jati Gayan and Ragas. Review Raga characteristics of Ragas learnt