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Terry1234

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Dhati gege tak dene Ta ti keke tak dhene| then Dhene dhati gege taka dene tati gege taka

then gege taka dhene nati keke taka dhene dhati| then Dhati gege tak dene Taketa taketa tak tak dhene

I have no clue how to play dhene. Any one know? Thanks
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deep

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Dhe: Ge & Thun played together
Ne: Same as Ti/Ta
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Terry1234

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Thank you sir
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princessjesusbopeep

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is "then" a bol?
or literaly theeeeen...
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Aanaddha

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is "then" a bol?
or literaly theeeeen...
Rule of thumb; the 'bol' for tabla repertoire exists primarily as a spoken word; then it comes as a hand and finger movement on the tabla with a recognizable sound to mimic the spoken form.
The ''bol' manefestation in the written form (for which there are no rules for proper spelling in the latin form) has countless variants and is secondary, appearing only in books and on the internet.

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Terry1234

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I had always thought that there was a standard way of writing bols. ops:
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Aanaddha

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I had always thought that there was a standard way of writing bols. ops:
There is a standard for organizing bols in theka/counting form:
e.g.; 'X' for sam, 'O' for khali vibhag etc....
but there is still much confusion in the latin (english/european) between 'ta', 'te', 'ti',
'tu', for example. 'tu' could be the same as 'thu', 'too', tun. thun, or even "then" - which itself could also signify 'thuna' , 'tene', or thene ??!! :?

Another rule of thumb - 'if you can't recite it then play something you know.'

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Originally Posted by "Terry1234"
Dhati gege tak dene Ta ti keke tak dhene| then Dhene dhati gege taka dene tati gege taka

then gege taka dhene nati keke taka dhene dhati| then Dhati gege tak dene Taketa taketa tak tak dhene

I have no clue how to play dhene. Any one know? Thanks
I think you can also play dhene as Tun\Ge and then ne with your ring and little finger.

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Vivek

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The method I've seen most often is ring finger, or in some cases ring finger and pinky, lightly touching the border of the shyahi. It has a slight resonance, but not an open ring like tun

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