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anandupakash

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plz tell me the scale of raag gavati............
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Christianamr

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Swarganga gives the following info :

Aroh : `n S G m P n S

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anandupakash

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ni komal hai ya shuddha??
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anandupakash

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what is the diffrence between gavati and bheem
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Christianamr

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Funny that you should ask about Bhim while I was editing my first post to include some lines about Bhim also ( simultaneously thinking about Bhim .... )

I will reply to your new questions in a few moments though ...

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Christianamr

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Ok , Gavati has komal ni . ( written n )

Then about the difference between Bhim and Gavati : Swarganga says that Bhim uses both Gandhars , and that the avaroha of Gavati is vakr whereas in Bhim it is straight . But then Oceanofragas tells about versions of Bhim : One Audav-shadav in Kafi thaat with Re omitted , and another one with both gandhars and nishads .
Parrikar says that Gavati is the Bhim of Khamaj thaat .

Well , I

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anandupakash

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thanks dude....what u do?? singer???
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Christianamr

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I am a composer and musician , I sing also regularly on gigs, but I leave the major part of the repertoire to singers who are completely devoted to this metier .

This is the link to 3 of my compositions played by my salsa band , I play the piano and the percussions on these tracks:
http://www.evelinsalsaysabor.com/hoerproben/index.php

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anandupakash

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okk.. i m classical singer........
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Christianamr

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Ok , nice to have you on board .
Actually the vocal part of indian classical music is what interests me most .
Personally I don

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jaan e kharabat

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This is a real nice Gaoti:

http://biopter.com/sarangi/vocal/sarahang_gavati.wma

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If there are just ''six tones'' in an octave [sic] then why have frets for tones that don't exist?
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pallavisree

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According to the website "swarganga" raag gavati comes from the thaat khamaj. the aroh is n s g m p n s and the avaroh is vakra. gavati has komal nishadh. A famous bandish in raag gavathi is the bandish "aye more pyare balama" this bandish is in theenthal. This bandish is listed on swarganga. And there is also a clip of this bandish sung by gaurav chanda on youtube. Swarganga says that in raag bhim both shudha gandhar and komal gandhar are used. The komal gandhar in bhim is used in the higher octave. The avaroh in bhim is straight.
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