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scodoha

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I like this form and have been playing it in different bols and thinking of other variations but would like to put a name to it. different length tihais ??chakradar.
..Example..

GaDiGenaDha GaDiGenaDha GaDiGenaDha-
titeGaDiGenaDha titeGaDiGenaDha titeGaDiGenaDha-
titeKateGaDiGenaDha titeKateGaDiGenaDha titeKateGaDiGena Dha-
broken out:
GaDi Gena DhaGa DiGe naDha GaDi Gena Dha-
tite GaDi Gena Dhati teGa DiGe naDha tite GaDi Gena Dha-
tite Kate GaDi Gena Dhati teKa teGa DiGe naDha tite Kate GaDi Gena |Dha-

arranged so:
GaDi Gena DhaGa DiGe naDha GaDi Gena Dha-
tite GaDi Gena Dhati teGa DiGe naDha tite
GaDi Gena Dha- tite Kate GaDi Gena Dhati
teKa teGa DiGe naDha tite Kate GaDi Gena |Dha-
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Aanaddha

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I like this form and have been playing it in different bols and thinking of other variations but would like to put a name to it. different length tihais ??chakradar.

I like it! Call it a 'scodoha' :wink: . The best part is that it's so easy to remember. So, why does it need a name ? I remember reading somewhere - probably Kippen - that the Ustadji's would change their terminology as often as they changed their clothes - probably as an inside joke on western musicologists... .

Aanaddha

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If he could sing, and nature to accompany him, what need would he have for an instrument?
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