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Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) B2: Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) Companies, etc. Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd. Recorded At – Masonic Temple, Los Angeles; Credits Art Direction – Woody Woodward; Engineer [Audio] – Richard Bock 4/5(1). Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) Credits (6) Richard Bock Engineer, Producer. Woody Woodward Art Direction. Philip Melnick Photography By. Ali Akbar Khan Sarod, Adapted By, Arranged By. Shankar Ghosh Tabla. Sheela Mookerjee Tambura/5(15). Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) B2: Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) Companies, etc. Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc. Published By – Har-Bock Music Co. Recorded At – Masonic Temple, Los Angeles; Credits Art Direction /5(10).

Arrangement. Tintal has sixteen (16) beats in four equal divisions ().The period between every two beats is equal. The first beat out of 16 beats is called sam and the 9th beat is called khali ('empty'). To count the Teental, the audience claps on the first beat, claps on the 5th beat, then waves on the 9th beat and lastly again claps on the 13th beat; these three claps (Hindi tin 'three. Rash Behari Datta - Fast Gat in tintal (16 beats) Rash Behari Datta - Alaap Rash Behari Datta - Slow Gat in rupak taal (7 beats) Rash Behari Datta - Jhala in tintal (16 beats) Rash Behari Datta - Raag Shobhavari in rupak taal (7 beats) . Raga Malkouns (arr. R.B. Datta): Fast Gat in tintal (16 beats) Listen Now $ 2. Album Only 3. Raga Malkouns (arr. R.B. Datta): Slow Gat in rupak taal (7 beats) Raga Malkouns (arr. R.B. Datta): Slow Gat in rupak taal (7 beats) (arr. R.B. Datta): Jhala in tintal (16 beats) Raga Malkouns (arr. R.B. Datta): Jhala in tintal (16 5/5(1). ALAP + GAT + GAT ALAP: Sitar and tambura- different techniques (strum, pluck, bend) GAT: 10 beat tala called jhaptal GAT: faster uses 16 beat tintal tala. GAT + GAT= pre-composed melody ONE TRACK RECORDING - no gaps, live. Listen for changes in tempo and tabla coming in and out. jor - this is where rhythm is applied to alap. An overall regular tempo is established. In a longer performance it can begin rather slowly. The tempo gradually picks up and it can shift, when much faster, into taans. Taans are long strings of notes going up/down the scale. In practice, the challans and sargams that are practiced are. alap, jor, gat, & jhala. Alap. Tintal (16) & Jhaptal (10) Jhala. Starts slow/abstract and finishes fast/metered. keeping tal (keeping tala) practice of outlining the metric cycle of a tala using a combination of Claps, waves, & finger touches to mark the various beats.


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  1. North Indian Master of the Sarod, an Album by Ali Akbar Khan. Released in on World Pacific (catalog no. WP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hindustani Classical Music. Featured peformers: Ali Akbar Khan (sarod), Shankar Ghosh (tabla), Miss Sheela Mookerjee (tambura), Richard Bock (producer, aka_text {sound engineer} role_id aka_text), Woody Woodward (cover design), Philip Melnick .
  2. Arrangement. Tintal has sixteen (16) beats in four equal divisions ().The period between every two beats is equal. The first beat out of 16 beats is called sam and the 9th beat is called khali ('empty'). To count the Teental, the audience claps on the first beat, claps on the 5th beat, then waves on the 9th beat and lastly again claps on the 13th beat; these three claps (Hindi tin 'three.
  3. Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) B2: Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) Companies, etc. Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc. Published By – Har-Bock Music Co. Recorded At – Masonic Temple, Los Angeles; Credits Art Direction /5(10).
  4. alap, jor, gat, & jhala. Alap. Tintal (16) & Jhaptal (10) Jhala. Starts slow/abstract and finishes fast/metered. keeping tal (keeping tala) practice of outlining the metric cycle of a tala using a combination of Claps, waves, & finger touches to mark the various beats.
  5. Apr 27,  · A2 - First Gat In Raga Misra Mand (Jor) / Tala Kaharwa 8 Beats (Jhala) / Second Gat In Tal Chachar 14 Beats B1 - Raga Basant Mookhari (Morning Raga) Alap B2 - Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) / Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) WAV unaltered 16/ WAV cleaned
  6. Dec 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Raga Kirwani 3/3 - Gat in fast Tintal & Jhala: Yogendra (Sitar) & Ashis Paul (Tabla) YouTube Sitar Learn Basic Lesson - Tuning - Duration: Geethanjali - .
  7. Apr 12,  · A2 - First Gat In Raga Misra Mand (Jor) / Tala Kaharwa 8 Beats (Jhala) / Second Gat In Tal Chachar 14 Beats B1 - Raga Basant Mookhari (Morning Raga) Alap B2 - Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) / Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) WAV unaltered 16/ WAV cleaned
  8. jor - this is where rhythm is applied to alap. An overall regular tempo is established. In a longer performance it can begin rather slowly. The tempo gradually picks up and it can shift, when much faster, into taans. Taans are long strings of notes going up/down the scale. In practice, the challans and sargams that are practiced are.

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