Taking our thread of korvais and the same variety listed above without the madyanga i am giving the korvai below and the varieties will follow suit one after another....Vasanthakokilam wrote:6) With the basic Korvai lesson that you started, can you give an audio example with just Poorvanga and Uttaranga ( without the madhyanga ). You can use the one you started with. And then provide the variations on the same structure that you have done with the three part one ( Poorvanga-madhyanga-uttaranga). That can be our lesson 1 and then we will use the three part one as the second lesson which you have already done.

Dhi , tan,gita thaka tharikitathaka thom , tha , thom , kita thaka

Dhi , tan,gita thaka tharikitathaka thom , tha , thom , kita thaka tharikita

Dhi , tan,gita thaka tharikitathaka thom , tha , thom ,

Tha , Dhin , ginathom , , , (7 * 1 + 3 karvai)

Tha , Dhin , ginathom tha , dhin , ginathom , , , (7 * 2 + 3 karvai)

Tha , Dhin , ginathom Tha , Dhin , ginathom Tha , Dhin , ginathom (Tha). (7 * 3) makes 48 utharaangam.

How i got this idea of 1, 2 and 3 is very interesting. The 48 can be split into three parts with of 14 each with 3 karvais after the first 14 and second 14. If there are three 14s then it is easy to get 7, 14 and 21 as per the logic i have mentioned earlier. That is what i have done here. Just playing 14 into 3 times leaving a gap of 3 will not look nice practically. Hence this idea of presentation.

Will upload the audio soon.

J.Balaji