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Heartkore

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Hey guys,

I remember a rhythm, one of the first that was taught to me by my former teacher. I don't know what it really is. If you are familiar with it and have any information or continuation (I only know the first part) it would be greatly appreciated. Even if not, maybe you will like it.: (The "-" is a rest)

Dha Terekita Dhin Na - | Dhina Gena Dhage Dhina Gena

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....which taal.....?........ :? .........
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Heartkore

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Hey Greg,

Well, that's what I was hoping someone could help me figure out. That was the first part of the rhythm, but I don't remember the taal / theka or any variations of said rhythm. If it's too vague to put a finger on (no pun intended), I understand. I just figured that perhaps someone would see the rhythm and notice what it is. I have no idea.
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Terry1234

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Looks like Rupak taal to me. (7 beats)
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scodoha

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J H A P
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Heartkore

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I think you are right scodoha. I think it was confusing to me because the rest (at least the way I play it) is pretty short, so that it almost feels like 9 beats or 9 1/2 beats. Anyone have a favorite it Jhaptal they care to share? Thanks for your help guys! :mrgreen:
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Vivek

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It can come in teentaal if you play it straight (assuming all syllables are equal length with tirakita being at twice the speed.
If you play it this way, the claps fall on

Dha trkt Dhin na - Dhina gena Dhage Dhin na gena

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pumpik

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Jhaptaal variant, I would say.
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Mewan

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could also be a variation of matta tal theka that goes like that

Dhin / tirekite / dhin / na / toun / na / dhin dhin / na dhin / dhina na

you can replace the last portion (after "dhin na" ) with your "Dhina gena Dhage Dhin na gena"
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