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Keyboard and carnatic raagas - relation and play technique

Discussion in 'Other piano music notes section' started by Jimsweb, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. Jimsweb

    Jimsweb Super Moderator

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    i think you can scan it and convert to text using abby fine reader - oh it might not support malayalam.
     
  2. Anand Raj

    Anand Raj Active Member

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    Could you please tell me the difference of r1 and r2 , g1 g2 .. .? Is it high pitch / low pitch?
     
  3. vishnu narayanan

    vishnu narayanan Super Moderator

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    NO.Observe and compare the below picture carefully.

    R1=C#
    R2=D
    G1=D#
    G2=E

    Carnatic.png
    western.png
     
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  4. Anand Raj

    Anand Raj Active Member

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    The thing is , i am not that much familiar with keyboard notes. ( what is # indicate?)
     
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  5. Jimsweb

    Jimsweb Super Moderator

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    # indicates sharp notes and 'b' usually indicate flat notes. Please look at the above images to get an idea.
     
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