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Write the tala notation of Roopak or Dhamar tala along with dugun (HINDUSTANI-MUSIC-Melodic Instrument-CBSE-2018)

Write the tala notation of Roopak or Dhamar tala along with dugun (HINDUSTANI-MUSIC-Melodic Instrument-CBSE-2018)


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Rupak Tala (rupak tal) is a popular tala in Hindustani music that is common in Bhajans and Geets.[1] It has seven matras (beats) in three vibhags (divisions). Unlike the popular Tintal, the vibhags of Rupak Tala are not of equal length. Also, both the khali and sam of Rupak Tala fall on the first matra.
There a numerous examples of Rupak Tala that differ based upon the instrument used. The following examples apply for the tabla.

Theka
The most common theka for Rupak tala contains the bols 'Tin', 'Na', and 'Dhin' (the transliteration of these bols may differ quite a lot among individuals). This theka is composed in the following manner

Tin Tin Na | Dhin Na | Dhin Na[1]

Prakar
Prakars are fairly open to the individual performer's flair. That being said, however, the following is an example of three common Rupak Tala prakars.

Tin Tin Na | Dhin NaNa | Dhin NaNa[2]

Tin Tin Na | Dha Dha Tirkit | Dha Dha Tirkit

Tin Tin Nana | Dhirkt NaNa | Dhirkt NaNa

Tin Tin Nana | Dhirkt tktk | Dhirkt tktk
Dhamar is one of the talas used in Hindustani classical music from the Indian subcontinent. It is associated with the dhrupad style and typically played on the pakhawaj.

Dhamar taal has 14 beats (matras) grouped asymmetrically into a 5-2-3-4 pattern.

A song in dhrupad style set to dhamar tala is also called a dhamar. The text of a dhamar concerns the antics of Krishna teasing the milkmaids during the Holi (hori) Spring Festival of colours. It is considered a relatively light, gentle, and romantic musical form.

The theka or syllabic pattern of dhamar tala is:

1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10   11   12   13  14
क    ध्धि   ट    धि   ट    धा    ऽ    ग    त्ति  ट    ति   ट    ता   ऽ
ka   ddhi Ta   dhi  Ta  dhaa  -    Ga   Ti   Ta   Ti   Ta   taa
Tihai

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Rupak Tala (rupak tal) is a popular tala in Hindustani music that is common in Bhajans and Geets.[1] It has seven matras (beats) in three vibhags (divisions). Unlike the popular Tintal, the vibhags of Rupak Tala are not of equal length. Also, both the khali and sam of Rupak Tala fall on the first matra.
There a numerous examples of Rupak Tala that differ based upon the instrument used. The following examples apply for the tabla.

Theka
The most common theka for Rupak tala contains the bols 'Tin', 'Na', and 'Dhin' (the transliteration of these bols may differ quite a lot among individuals). This theka is composed in the following manner

Tin Tin Na | Dhin Na | Dhin Na[1]

Prakar
Prakars are fairly open to the individual performer's flair. That being said, however, the following is an example of three common Rupak Tala prakars.

Tin Tin Na | Dhin NaNa | Dhin NaNa[2]

Tin Tin Na | Dha Dha Tirkit | Dha Dha Tirkit

Tin Tin Nana | Dhirkt NaNa | Dhirkt NaNa

Tin Tin Nana | Dhirkt tktk | Dhirkt tktk
Dhamar is one of the talas used in Hindustani classical music from the Indian subcontinent. It is associated with the dhrupad style and typically played on the pakhawaj.

Dhamar taal has 14 beats (matras) grouped asymmetrically into a 5-2-3-4 pattern.

A song in dhrupad style set to dhamar tala is also called a dhamar. The text of a dhamar concerns the antics of Krishna teasing the milkmaids during the Holi (hori) Spring Festival of colours. It is considered a relatively light, gentle, and romantic musical form.

The theka or syllabic pattern of dhamar tala is:

1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10   11   12   13  14
क    ध्धि   ट    धि   ट    धा    ऽ    ग    त्ति  ट    ति   ट    ता   ऽ
ka   ddhi Ta   dhi  Ta  dhaa  -    Ga   Ti   Ta   Ti   Ta   taa
Tihai

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Rupak Tala (rupak tal) is a popular tala in Hindustani music that is common in Bhajans and Geets.[1] It has seven matras (beats) in three vibhags (divisions). Unlike the popular Tintal, the vibhags of Rupak Tala are not of equal length. Also, both the khali and sam of Rupak Tala fall on the first matra.
There a numerous examples of Rupak Tala that differ based upon the instrument used. The following examples apply for the tabla.

Theka
The most common theka for Rupak tala contains the bols 'Tin', 'Na', and 'Dhin' (the transliteration of these bols may differ quite a lot among individuals). This theka is composed in the following manner

Tin Tin Na | Dhin Na | Dhin Na[1]

Prakar
Prakars are fairly open to the individual performer's flair. That being said, however, the following is an example of three common Rupak Tala prakars.

Tin Tin Na | Dhin NaNa | Dhin NaNa[2]

Tin Tin Na | Dha Dha Tirkit | Dha Dha Tirkit

Tin Tin Nana | Dhirkt NaNa | Dhirkt NaNa

Tin Tin Nana | Dhirkt tktk | Dhirkt tktk
Dhamar is one of the talas used in Hindustani classical music from the Indian subcontinent. It is associated with the dhrupad style and typically played on the pakhawaj.

Dhamar taal has 14 beats (matras) grouped asymmetrically into a 5-2-3-4 pattern.

A song in dhrupad style set to dhamar tala is also called a dhamar. The text of a dhamar concerns the antics of Krishna teasing the milkmaids during the Holi (hori) Spring Festival of colours. It is considered a relatively light, gentle, and romantic musical form.

The theka or syllabic pattern of dhamar tala is:

1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10   11   12   13  14
क    ध्धि   ट    धि   ट    धा    ऽ    ग    त्ति  ट    ति   ट    ता   ऽ
ka   ddhi Ta   dhi  Ta  dhaa  -    Ga   Ti   Ta   Ti   Ta   taa
Tihai

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