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pbercker

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This is an interesting kaida, its interest being that it is in movement of 3s. The utube vid is a short recitation and performance of the kaida theme (in red) by Aloke Dutta (from his cassette tape, which accounts for the sub-par sound quality. I've included one variation, below the theme).

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(It almost feels like a rela to me).

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This looks like a good Kaida Pascal - a different version of kaidas I have come across before -
I see pretty traditional kaida structure here - 3rd line is fully khali, etc -

I assume the bol "ne" is played with the ring finger ?

When I get the time I'll try write it down and play it -


1) Movement of 3's? I'm not sure what you mean by that? do you mean by the Dhatirkit dhe te te ?
2) yes I don't think it is a rela - but a kaida - I've come accross similar kaidas but they start with DhaTirkit DhageNa - but yours starts with Dha Ge Na - which is interesting


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When I get the time I'll try write it down and play it -

1) Movement of 3's? I'm not sure what you mean by that? do you mean by the Dhatirkit dhe te te ?
2) yes I don't think it is a rela - but a kaida - I've come accross similar kaidas but they start with DhaTirkit DhageNa - but yours starts with Dha Ge Na - which is interesting
"ne" is indeed the ring finger.

Aloke Dutta does not explain what he means by saying it is in a movement of 3s, but I find that when I try to play it feels like "1 2 3 1 2 3" with the accent on 1. I'm assuming that's what he means by it.

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Maybe by " movement in 3s " they mean it is in triolic subdivision , like saying 3 beats per count .
I dont remember exactly , but sometimes the terms " tishra " , " tishram " , " Tishra gati " and " tishra jati " are used for describing that . ( either hindustani and/or carnatic ) .

The link sounds clearly triolic .

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Maybe by " movement in 3s " they mean it is in triolic subdivision , like saying 3 beats per count .
I dont remember exactly , but sometimes the terms " tishra " , " tishram " , " Tishra gati " and " tishra jati " are used for describing that . ( either hindustani and/or carnatic ) .

The link sounds clearly triolic .

YES you are right it is infact 3 beats per count and/or 3 beats per matra!!

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Originally Posted by "Christianamr"
Maybe by " movement in 3s " they mean it is in triolic subdivision , like saying 3 beats per count .
I dont remember exactly , but sometimes the terms " tishra " , " tishram " , " Tishra gati " and " tishra jati " are used for describing that . ( either hindustani and/or carnatic ) .

The link sounds clearly triolic .

YES you are right it is infact 3 beats per count and/or 3 beats per matra!!
Thanks !

Looking back in the thread , I just found out that pbercker has already hinted at it .
Concerning the terms I

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