Theory Of Music – 2 – Best Deemed University in Chennai
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THEORY OF MUSIC – 2 4 0 0 4

COURSE OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this Theory of Music course is to teach some aspects of Raga Classification, Lakshana, Srutis along with selected musical forms.

UNIT 1                          12
Raga Classification – Varja, Vakra, Upanga, Bhashanga
UNIT 2                         12
Musical Forms 2 (Varnam Kriti, Ragamalika)
UNIT 3                         12
Raga Lakshana – Kalyani, Sriranjani, Shanmukhapriya, Ananda Bhairavi
UNIT 4                         12
22 Srutis
UNIT 5                         12
Mudras and Mnemonics

Total:                              60h

COURSE OUTCOME:

At the end of this course the students will be able to,
CO-1: Understand Classification of ragas as Varja, Vakra, Upanga and Bhashanga ragas.
CO-2: Appreciate musical forms like Varnam, Kriti and Ragamalika.
CO-3: Understand Raga Lakshanas of Kalyani, Sriranjani, Shanmukhapriya and Ananda Bhairavi
CO-4: Comprehend the concept of 22 srutis
CO-5: Understand the various Mudras and Mnemonics

TEXT BOOK:

South Indian Music Book 3,Prof P. Sambamoorthy,The Indian Music Publishing House, 1998
South Indian Music Book 4,Prof P. Sambamoorthy,The Indian Music Publishing House, 1994
South Indian Music Book 5,Prof P. Sambamoorthy,The Indian Music Publishing House, 1994
Essentials of Musicology in South Indian Music, Prof S.R.Janakiraman, The Indian Music Publishing House, 2008
Raga Lakshana Part 1, Prof S.R.Janakiraman, The Music Academy, Madras, 1995
Raga Lakshana Part 2, Prof S.R.Janakiraman, The Music Academy, Madras, 1996
Raga Lakshana Part 3, Prof S.R.Janakiraman, The Music Academy, Madras, 1997

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