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#601 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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Chi. Sow. Dr. Prasanna dear,

Blessings and hearty congratulations to you on your amazing achievements as a true and honest teacher in our Karnataka Music.

To tell the fact, as per our history, Sonthi Venkataramanaiah, the teacher of Thyagaraja the Great had taught him music within only one year. Only after five years of my retirement in 2001, in my introspection occurred by the grace of the
Almighty I was blessed by this novel and logical method of learning music within one year and from then onwards I have been using this method and getting amazing results within a very short time even without singing or playing Violin myself for more than 5%. In this novel and logical method of learning music the criteria is becoming able to sing creative music, the so called Manodharma Sangita, hardly within one year only even before learning the first Kriti. I have also given many of its details in these articles to be helpful to the interested teachers. But, as all our parasitic stalwarts are of performers' perspective only but not of teachers' perspective at all they all are for receiving degrees, Doctorates, employments, awards, titles and foreign tours only but not to truthfully and honestly help our own kids and their parents. amsharma

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#602 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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In continuation to the post No.592 I feel happy to state that my disciple Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni (+91 93924 09317) who also works as a Music-teacher in Telangana Residential Educational Institutions' Society, had, in the meantime, not only learnt more than 25 Kritis along with Niraval, Svarakalpana & Ragalapana fully on her own but also became able to train her school-student-kids demonstrate complex rhythmical exercises very easily and efficiently. The respective links are furnished hereunder.

In this novel and very strict logical system of learning music while the true teacher's role should not exceed more than 5% the student's role exceeds more than 95%. While the aspirants in the old and illogical system of teaching music depend wholly upon the teacher and merely imitating the teacher in learning either vocal or instrument, in this novel method of learning, the true teacher mostly initiates the student proceed further and further basing upon his/her own instinctive abilities and the written, audio and video material prepared for this purpose working for more time on his/her own. In this logical method, at the first instance, the kids are initiated to deal with the complex rhythmical exercises basing upon their instinctive rhythmical abilities which gradually makes them sing mathematical and creative Svarakalpana, the basic criteria of this system. To tell the truth, even though many are not aware, while less than 20% only become professionals in music in the elongated and illogical old method more than 80% can become professionals in the novel and logical method hardly within a couple of years. But, most unfortunately, our highly egoistic and selfish Sangitakalanidhis, who are of more performing perspective than teaching perspective are not at all willing to make benefit either to the aspirants or their parents by saving their time, energy and money by following this logical system of learning music. amsharma

https://youtu.be/NAm2R7l6yoA

https://youtu.be/DLICz5VPmmw

https://youtu.be/r1O4M0BAyfw

https://youtu.be/AfywxcAbBas

https://youtu.be/YkVAcue4qPc

https://youtu.be/bVkAAhbo5T8

https://youtu.be/-Mcg43Z2MQo

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#603 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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In continuation to the last post, now, I hereunder furnish the respective Youtube links in which the students of my disciple, Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni have very efficiently and successfully rendered the next rhythmical exercises for the benefit of the students (not for the cheaters). amsharma

https://youtu.be/afPTVy-Igko

https://youtu.be/SYiO5EXYfSA

https://youtu.be/w8Dh9tL2Bio

https://youtu.be/BkIKyT6y_zQ

https://youtu.be/2WnD2uapyrU

https://youtu.be/Anvxk_aVNBI

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#604 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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Only lesson of music could either be given or taken but sense of music could neither be taught nor learnt. To make it easily understandable it could be put in terms of driving a car. In driving a car the teacher can very well explain the technicalities of driving but the relation between the operation of accelerator and the clutch cannot be explained in terms of words but could only be felt by the learner. Even in cooking, the teacher can explain the technicalities of the process of cooking but bringing out delicious food is based upon the taste of the learner only. In the same manner, music-lesson could either be taught or learnt but music-sense must only be felt by the learner to sing or play soothing music.

But our legendary musicians did not allow even to write the compositions in notation leave alone writing in symbolized notation furnished by Subbarama Dikshitar in his monumental work, Sangita Sampradaya Pradarshini. So, to keep all the relevant things under their control, the highly egoistic and selfish legendary musicians have evolved an illogical system of teaching music face to face in which the teacher always sings or plays the instrument himself/herself and the learner must imitate him/her successfully. For this purpose these musicians who are mostly of performing perspective but not teaching perspective at all have listed a number of items and a large number of compositions in the syllabi to be sung by the teacher and followed by the learner. In this illogical process of learning face to face the student's instinctive abilities are not utilized at all but he/she is compelled to remain under the perennial control of the teacher for a prolonged period of 10 or 15 or even more of years.

For example, the teacher in tailoring, at the first instance, teaches the student how to stitch the cloth but not the method of obtaining the physical measurements of the body and the way of cutting the cloth without any waste. In the same manner, even in music, all the teachers prefer to keep the learner perennially dependent upon them to squeeze more money but never train him in singing creative music independently. For this purpose these musicians wantonly created an illusion that creative music could neither be written nor taught or learnt. In all the Music Colleges and Music Departments of various Universities these performers have been used to prepare a syllabus with a number of items and 50 to 60 compositions and to start with singing the items and compositions one after the other. None of the teachers are ready to take the responsibility of inculcating the ability of singing creative music within the first year of learning of the student. Since many years this is the monotonous method of teaching and making the students also sing along with them. All these teachers have been used to give few written passages of creative music just before the final examinations and connive with the teachers attending as Examiners and get their students passed with good percentage of marks. As no higher authorities have any knowledge of music they all think that all these teachers are working very efficiently and sincerely. I have visited many Music Colleges and Music-departments of several Universities and the state of affairs is one and the same at all places. If needed I can prove it at any time and place. amsharma

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#605 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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In any field of our life creativity has its own high place as it brings out the instinctive abilities of any individual and, in the same manner, even in our music creative-music has its own high place. In this respect I would like to furnish some facts to educate the general public only but not for any kind of self-aggrandisement.

As per our history Shonthi Venkataramanaiah, the teacher of Tyagaraja had taught him music within only one year. But, the egoistic, selfish and parasitical performing musicians who are mostly of performing perspective only but not of teaching perspective at all, instead of following this logical and highly beneficial system, have, to suit their selfish needs, wantonly brought out an illogical method in which the teacher always sings and the student perennially depends upon the teacher following and imitating him/her in singing or playing which facilitates the regular practice of the teacher in singing or playing a number of items or compositions in an elongated process running for years to come. At the same time they have also renamed creative music as Manodharma Sangita in 1940 and created an illusion that this cannot be written or learnt or taught but could only be obtained by heavy practice running for years to come. Thus these cheaters all have very conveniently avoided holding of any responsibilities of making the student knowledgeable in the intricacies of Swara or Laya but wantonly made the student perennially dependent upon the teacher.

Me too have learnt music in the same illogical way but having been appointed as Lecturer in Violin in 1961 in the Andhrapradesh Govt. Music College when I have followed the same method in which I have been taught I didn't get any encouraging results for more than 20 years consecutively. But, fortunately, like in all other music institutions and music Departments of our country, as no proper academic supervision has ever been made, I didn't loose my job. However, later, having become realised and mainly basing upon the favourable results, I could rectify some of my defects, became the best teacher of the bad lot and retired successfully.

But after 5 yrs. after my retirement in 2001, by the introspection took place only by the grace of the Almighty, it was, beyond any doubt, proved that the present method of teaching being followed by all the music-teachers, either vocal or instrumental, is very highly illogical and suicidal to the aspirants and music too. From then onwards, my truthful life as a honest and efficient music-teacher both for vocal and instrumental started. In this process I have made extensive experiments upon various aspects of muic-teaching and students too and found many amazing things which are not known to any of the present egoistic and selfish music-teachers.

In the age-old illogical method of so called music- teaching (singing) while the student is perennially made dependent upon the teacher and learns only a number of items and compositions, in the logical process of learning music while the teacher's role is less than 5% the aspirant's role is more than 95% in which the aspirants will properly be equipped with the knowledge of Swara and Laya to proceed further and further managing both of them by depending upon their own instinctive abilities. Moreover, in this logical process while the vocal-student becomes able to sing both mathematical and creative Swarakalpana hardly within only one year even before learning the first Kriti the violin-student can do this hardly within two years only. Since then I have been initiating all my students in this manner of which the respective videos of some of them are uploaded to 'msakella-youtube' also.

Later, after having become encouraged of the amazing results, I have extensively traveled to all the 12 Govt. Music Colleges in our State for two years between 2005 to 2007 holding periodical workshops and lecture-demonstrations on these logical, easy and innovative methods in learning our music for the benefit of both the students and teachers as well. But, by this, the then students only are truely benefitted and, except one or two teachers, all other teachers pretended only to learn them in my presence but didn't learn anything actually to in turn teach them to their respective students. Later, on several occasions, it was made clear to me that all these employed music-teachers working either in the Music-colleges or in the Music-departments are interested only in continuing the same old illogical and monotonic methods and in receiving their salaries very regularly but not to pass on these beneficial logical methods to their respective students at all. Gradually I came to know that, except very few youth music-teachers, no other Music-teacher wants to follow these logical methods even though they are highly beneficial to the aspirants in saving a lot of their invaluable time or energy or money.

In this respect even the performing experts of the Music Academy, Chennai, had, somehow, honoured me with their ritualistic TTK Award in 2010 and washed their hands conveniently without giving any importance even to this logical system of learning music by which almost all the aspirants would have become benefited a lot of their invaluable time, energy and money.

In paving the logical way in initiating the aspirant learn creative music right from the first day of learning itself it is very important to properly eqip him/her in five vital topics and they are: 1.Acquaintance with the odd-gati 2.Talaprastara 3.Swaraprastara 4.Categorisation and definition of the present-day oscillations of notes and 5.Symbolised notation.

1.Acquaintance with the odd-gati: For the first time, around 2000 on my initiation Trisra-gati was included in the syllabi of Madras University

2.Talaprastara: Even though, for the first time in the history, I have very successfully demonstrated this topic in the Madras Music Academy on 25.12.1983 and the first ever book on this topic was written and published by me in 1985 and a copy of it was also donated to their library none of our experts have ever cared to modify even the definition of it in the syllabi of different music examinations.

3.Swaraprastara: None of our experts did ever care to properly define this to be understandable and followable to our present day aspirants.

4.Categorisation and definition of the present-day oscillations of notes: In our Karnataka music, all the different oscillations have never been properly categorised or defined in the interest of our aspirants. Even though, I took and did the needful in this respect none of our experts are either ready to find fault in it or to bring out a logical and faultless one of his/her own.

5.Symbolised-notation: To the aspirants symbolised notation helps a lot more than the actual teacher (cheater) and hence with great foresight the great Subbarama Dikshitar brought out his monumental work, Sangita Sampradaya Pradarshani, with hundreds of compositions written in symbolised notation. But, most unfortunately, our egoistic, selfish and parasitical experts did neither follow it nor encouraged the aspirants to follow it. This is the greatness of our helpful experts!

In this respect while escaping from the responsibilities of inculcating the basic knowledge of both Swara and Laya in the aspirant these parasitical performers have wantonly omitted these above five topics from all the syllabi of all the music examinations. But, I have been used to properly initiate my students right from the very first day of lesson to learn all these vital topics to enable them deal with the five divisions, Raga-Tana-Pallavi- Niraval-Swarakalpana, of creative music.

In my extensive experiments upon the students I have found that the entrance from Swarakalpana makes the matters deadly easier to the aspirants to progress very quickly and efficiently in the creative music. For this purpose I have also symbolised some of the mathematical forms (muktayis) and brought out some PDF, audio and video files to be helpful to the aspirants while learning the Swarakalpana in a phased manner by telephone or WhatsApp or some other means.

By this some talented kids are able to sing both the mathematical and creative Svarakalpana in all the six popular Talas hardly within a month's time only. Interested candidates can contact my WhatsApp mobile number 9908822992 giving their name, age and WhatsApp number for getting proper guidance. amsharma

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#606 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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In continuation to the previous post I would like to give the following details also.

In this 'time-bound, result-oriented' and logical method of learning music the teacher merely initiates the student and the student works hard independently mostly basing upon the PDFs, audio and video files furnished by the teacher.

Chi. Shreenidhi, the grand-daughter of Chennai Shree Nageshwaran, having been initiated by me from Hyderabad in this logical method, learnt hardly for 8 months and gave a mini-concert in the Global Rasikas meet held in December, 2010 at Chennai and the respective URL of YouTube is furnished hereunder:

https://youtu.be/c6PzLGv8xFw

In the same manner 7 yr. old Chi. Rishabh Ranganathan (Chicago) was trained by me in Violin for 2 yrs. through Skype from Hyderabad and in the beginning of the 3rd yr. he played a mini-solo- concert in the Parthasarathi Swamy Sabha, Chennai on 20131227 and the respective URL of YouTube is furnished hereunder:

http://youtu.be/HW1km-mHYjM

(now, at the age of around 16 yrs. Chi. Rishabh has very regularly been participating in nearly 25 concerts every year in the December season, Chennai)

Again in the same manner two lady kids, residing 6 kilometres away from my house at Hyderabad were initiated by me by phone and hardly within 1 1/2 yrs. and even before learning the first Kriti they were able to sing both cretive and mathematical Swarakalpana in the popular six Talas along with brief Ragalapana. The URL link of YouTube in which the chronological order of their videos is furnished hereunder:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... Bwfx1O_rLu

The logical role of the teacher is less than 5% and the student's role is more than 95% in initiating the student in learning either cycling or motor-cycling or car-driving or cooking or music. While the criteria in the illogical old method is learning a number of items and compositions only in an elongated process running for years together becoming able to sing creative music that too hardly within the span of a couple of years is the criteria in the logical method of learning music.

But, as the old illogical method facilitates the teacher to escape from the responsibility of inculcating the knowledge of singing cretive music in the student and, at the same time, also to squeeze more money from the poor student in the elongated process running for years to come most of the music-teachers (cheaters) prefer to follow the old method only wasting the invaluable time, energy and money of the impotent student and his/her parents. Unless both the students and their parents realise the pros and cons of both these methods and demand for the logical and highly beneficial method among them most of the present music-teachers are interested in following the old monotonous method of teaching a number of items and compositions only but not the things like Swarakalpana of creative music.

Recently nearly more than 20 kids have attended the one-month work-shop on Swarakalpana through WhatsApp and became able to sing both creative and mathematical Swarakalpana in the six popular Talas very efficiently. amsharma

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#607 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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In my extensive experiments on the learning methods of music it has been proved beyond any doubt that all our musicians, without any exception, being more of performing perspective but not of teaching perspective at all and also being very highly egoistic and selfish, have always been used to follow their own illogical tradition only in any aspect of music. Having very successfully followed all these illogical and suicidal methods I have spent for more than 60 years of my life as an inefficient teacher and did much harm to the society with all my illogicalities and later only by the grace of the Almighty I have been able to do things on very logical and right direction getting amazing results unlike any other teacher on earth.

For a glaring example, particularly while teaching a student on the very first day of the lesson each and every south Indian music-teacher has been used to sing srgmpdns & sndpmgrs for 15 mts. or 30 mts. along with a Tambura or a Shruti-box havinvg only Shadja & Panchama, asks the student also follow him /her in singing and tells the student to continue the practice in the same manner until the next class. In fact, when the poor student is unable to differentiate either Shadja or Panchama of either the Tambura or the Shruti-box how the student can sing the other 5 notes rgmdn which are not available either in the Tambura or the Shruti-box without any help?

For another glaring example, all our music-teachers start the Alankaras with Dhruva-tala in which, except Dikshitar, no other composer dared to compose even a single composition. But, all our Sangita Kalanidhis or Kala Acharyas or Bharatratnas while teaching their students start these Alankaras with this great Dhruva-tala being unaware of the students' misery. I cannot list out here all such grave illogicalities of our music-cheaters.

Such basic blunders of our cheaters obviously reveal that as all these Sangita Kalanidhis or Kala Acharyas or Bharataratnas are of performing perspective only but not teaching perspective at all, none of them even think how a student can sing all these notes without any reliable help. In the same manner, even in respect of rhythm, many of them have ever been used either to practice along with metronome themselves or even to suggest the student to practice along with the metronome.

Ultimately, all these illogical methods are very conveniently used to elongate the process of learning for more than 10 or 15 yrs. keeping the poor student perennially upon the cheater and this makes us to understand that logically it is desirable to the student to invariably rely upon a precisive machines than this cheater in respect of Swara and Laya, the keyboard and metronome, the automatic electronic gadgets meant for both Swara & Laya to be on right path right from the very first day of the lesson and to avoid any mistakes in his regular practice.

Since 2007 more than 600 posts are written in this thread bringing out many such illogicalities to the notice of one and all but, very sadly, even though many teachers are well aware of these facts no one dares to come out and discuss openly lest their own beans will be spilled out in such open discussions. amsharma

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#608 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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Nowadays, does anybody prefer to go to Varanasi by foot??? No, not at all. Why? Absolutely it is a criminal waste of time, energy and money. To save the time, energy and money each and everybody prefers to possibly avoid to go to Varanasi by foot

Not only that, even in respect of our music, it has many a time been proved beyond any doubt that any student who invariably relies upon machines like electronic Shruti gadgets and metronome for Shruti and Laya than these cheaters and works hard independently will certainly prospers very quickly and efficiently. Thus, I never even toil myself for more than 1% while very honestly and efficiently initiating my students in music and in getting amazing results within a very short time.

Being insensitive many may not agree with me but I hate our Tambura being an inadequate instrument to be fully helpful and inspiring to any true musician (however, I don't want to waste my energies to narrate here these inadequacies of our Tambura). That is why, even 30 or 40 years back I have designed my own electronic automatic Tambura-cum- shruti-box and since been using this instrument only. Some of my old students also use this instrument only. Thinking that this instrument also becomes old and less operative like me gradually I have, then and there, brought out some audio-files with consonant combinations of notes of this instrument to be used just like Hindustani Swarmandal while singing different combinations of notes of different Ragas. To be useful to the sensitive musicians I have also uploaded them to Mediafire and the respective URL links are furnished in the 553rd post of this same thread.

For the benefit of the enthusiasts few days back I have demonstrated some of them and uploaded to YouTube and Facebook. Interested persons can go through them and benefited. amsharma

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#609 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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Having successfully spoiled hundreds of students in my career as a Violin-teacher in the Govt. service of nearly 35 years, I, only by the grace of the Almighty, have realised in my introspection held after 5 years after my retirement in 2001 and made extensive experiments on the methods of learning (not teaching or cheating) and successfully found a way out.

For a glaring example, particularly while teaching a student on the very first day of the lesson each and every south Indian music-teacher has been used to sing srgmpdns & sndpmgrs for 15 mts. or 30 mts. or even more along with a Tambura or a Shruti-box havinvg only Shadja & Panchama, asks the student also follow him /her in singing and tells the student to continue the practice in the same manner until the next class. In fact, when the poor student is unable to differentiate either Shadja or Panchama of either the Tambura or the Shruti-box how the student can sing the other 5 notes rgmdn which are not available either in the Tambura or the Shruti-box without any help? (I made my student rely independently upon the keyboard to avoid this)

For other glaring example, all our music-teachers start the Alankaras with Dhruva-tala in which, except Dikshitar, no other composer dared to compose even a single composition. But, all our Sangita Kalanidhis or Kala Acharyas or Padmashrees or P.hds while teaching their students start these Alankaras with this great Dhruva-tala being unaware of the students' misery (that's why I start with Eka-tala and upwards gradually in increasing number of value)

Still for another glaring example, among the Alankaras of seven Talas, while five of them have only short-notes two of them have longer-notes also by which the students are compelled to avoid these two Alankaras of Jhampa and Ata-talas in their regular practice (also to make use of them I have modified them suitably with all short-notes and all our students are utilising them in their regular practice)

I cannot list out here all such grave illogicalities of our music-cheaters. That's why I don't hesitate to call them all cheaters. Whoever dislikes this can prove his/her efficiency and honesty in teaching.

Such basic blunders of our cheaters obviously reveal that as all these Sangita Kalanidhis or Kala Acharyas or Padmashrees are of performing perspective only but not teaching perspective at all, none of them even think how a student can sing all these notes without any reliable help. In the same manner, even in respect of rhythm, many of them have ever been used either to practice along with metronome themselves or even to suggest the student to practice along with the metronome.

Ultimately, all these illogical methods are very conveniently used to elongate the process of learning for more than 10 or 15 yrs. keeping the poor student dependent perennially upon these cheaters and this makes us to understand that logically it is desirable to the student to invariably rely upon precisive machines than these cheaters in respect of both for Swara and Laya, the keyboard and metronome, the automatic electronic gadgets meant for both Swara & Laya to keep them on right path right from the very first day of the lesson and also to avoid any mistakes in their regular practice.

Since 2007 more than 600 posts are written in this thread bringing out many such illogicalities to the notice of one and all but, very sadly, even though many teachers are well aware of these facts no one dares to come out and discuss openly lest their own beans will be spilled out in such open discussions.

In my extensive experiments on the learning methods of music it has been proved beyond any doubt that all our musicians, without any exception, being more of performing perspective but not of teaching perspective at all and also being very highly egoistic and selfish, have always been used to follow their own illogical tradition only in any aspect of music. Having very successfully followed all these illogical and suicidal methods I have spent for more than 60 years of my life as an inefficient teacher and did much harm to the society with all my illogicalities and later only by the grace of the Almighty I have been able to do things on a very logical and right direction getting amazisng results unlike any other teacher on earth.

To tell the fact, the teacher who wants to initiate the student in learning cycling or car driving or cooking must perform them himself just for a few minutes just to show them the operations of them and later he has to initiate them in doing things on their own. Even also in learning music the teacher must do in the same manner allowing the student work on his own independently for more than 95%. In this logical and qualitative method in learning music the student works mostly and independently depending upon his own instinctive abilities of rhythm and note. For this purpose the student's rhythmical ability must, at the first instance, possibly be stabilised to learn music. Thus, in this logical and qualitative method in learning music while the student mostly works independently on his own, in the old, illogical and quantitative method in teaching music the student is compelled to perennially remain dependent upon the teacher which makes all the defference in his quick and efficient progress.

Truthfully, the aspirant of learning music must be made equipped with the qualitative knowledge of how to manage with both the rhythm and note which is absolutely logical. But, to always keep themselves on track of regular practice, the highly egoistic and selfish Tamilians introduced an illogical method of quantitative learning of a number of items and compositions only by listening to his teacher perennially making him dependent upon the teacher for an elongated period of 5 or 10 or 15 years.

At the time of Thyagaraja (1757-1847) even though his teacher, Sonthi Venkataramanayya taught him for only one year and made him a Vidwan these selfish Tamilians, since last 250 years, ditched this method and continued their illogical quantitative method only incurring heavy loss of time, energy and money of the poor student. While only less than 20% of the students are becoming Vidwans after the completion of this vigorous, illogical and elongated training depending upon the teacher, far more than 80% of the students are becoming Vidwans in this quickened, independent, logical and qualitative learning hardly within a couple of years. Most unfortunately, most of the selfish music-teachers are turning a deaf ear towards this logical and quickened method as this very badly effects their financial earnings and also reduces their importance as a Guru.

Thus, since last 250 years, all our hypocritical Sangitakalanidhis, Padmashrees, M.As, P.hds and the so called music-cheaters who are more of performing perspective and very less of teaching perspective have successfully been spoiling lakhs of students like I did through this illogical, elongated and quantitative teaching. Not only this, they have already ditched the sysmbolised notation furnished by Subbarama Dikshitar in his monumental work, Sangita Sampradaya Pradarshani. In making the matters easier to the students when I have categorised, very clearly defined and also symbolised our Kampitas and Gamakas and furnished with respective audio-files also none of these cheaters dare either to support them or even to criticise them for the benefit of our own kids. Ultimately I do not understand what any of these cheaters, except turning a deaf ear to such embarassing problems, have ever been doing any kind of benefit to any of our kids.

Since last one year I have very successfully been initiating both kids and youth of our twin cities, Hyderabad & Secunderabad in successfully and efficiently singing both mathematical and creative Swarakalpana in the popular six Talas hardly within a month without attending in person and acting only through Whatsapp group while, surprisingly, all other local musicians have become mere spectators.

It may not be out of the context if I write that I, in my keen observation, have also found that Chennai musicians treat all the instrumental musicians also on par with the vocal musicians only but do not think to make videos particularly focussing on the different and very rare finger techniques of the instrumental-wizards and preserve them for the benefit of the next generations. In this process our Karnataka music field already lost unfathomable wealth of very rare instrumental techniques for ever by our pitiable, negligent and ignorant musicians.

To tell the very bitter truth, even though I have been helping many of our music students in many ways, very sadly, most of these cheaters still prefer to continue their harmful methods only.

Since a very long time I have been used to bring out many such bitter facts to the notice of the public but, to my utter surprise, even the public is also used to turn a deaf ear towards such crucial problems of our own kids in learning this art and God only must save them !!!

Finally I am very very fortunate for being chosen by the Almighty to bring out the following contributions
to our music for which I ever remain grateful to HIM:

01. 3 Original books on Talaprastara, the rarest and unearthed topic of music.

02. 3 Books with notations and along with CD.

03. 1 Book on segmented Ragalapanas, Swarakalpanas and Pallavis and along with CD

04. 1 Book on the first ever 'time-bound & result-oriented' system of music-learning and along with CD

05. Jati-alankaras along with CD

06. Special Rhythmical exercises along with CD

07. Categorised and symbolised Kampitas & Gamakas along with CD

08. 1200 videos uploaded to YouTube

09. Electronic-automatic-tambura-cum-shruti-box of 3-octaves along with many additional notes brought out around 1984.

Next month I am going to enter into 83rd year. Started in 1961 as Lecturer in Violin, started accompanying my Guru late Nedunuri' Krishna Murthy from 1965, stopped accompanying him from 1981, given up accompanying ladies and got promotion as Principal in 1984, accompanied only one Vidwan late Puranam Purushottama Shastry from 1991, safely retired in 1996, fully gave up artistic life and went through the God blessed introspection in 2001 and been unrelentingly serving the cause of music till date. Hereafter my body may not allow me to work that vigorously. amsharma

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#610 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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For years, we are accustomed to hearing the deplorable name-calling, i.e. “music-cheaters”, “cheaters”, “cheaters” … …

And also comments like “all our musicians, without any exception, … being very highly egoistic and selfish”.


But this one is new !
msakella wrote: 27 May 2020, 14:11
... the highly egoistic and selfish Tamilians ...

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In general, I don’t like to respond to anonymous posts. amsharma

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Dear Sir,
The above link does not seem to contain these files.kindly advice..
thanks
[email protected]

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In my post No.609 I didn't furnish any link of any file at all. Then, if you give me the details of the file you need I can try to find the link if I have to give you. The same I wrote to your email too, amsharma

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Except in this sub-thread, in general, it is very rare in this forum to find a post which is genuinely meant to help a music aspirant in very quickly and efficiently learning music very independently in a 'time-bound and result-oriented' plan. However, after a long time I have seen such attitude in the post 'Why students discontinue music lessons' under the main thread, 'General Discussions'. But when the discussions are going into different directions but not truly and truthfully helpful to the aspirants I have entered and wrote some posts bringing out the facts of their struggle of these music-aspirants. But, as the egoistic and selfish teachers are not ready to face these facts they stopped to respond as they don't want to spill out their own beans by writing something in their response. I know pretty well that these cheaters and traitors will certainly stop to respond and run away and they all readily did it as expected. None of them can either do it so quickly or efficiently like me or bears with it if others do it. Had any of them could have done so he/she could have already done it long back.

In fact, even in the present 'New educational policy-2020' newly introduced by the Central Government this kind of quick and logical learning plan must be introduced to honestly help the poor aspirants and their parents in abundantly saving their invaluable time, energy and money in the process of learning this classical music. But, as these egoistic and selfish cheaters and traitors who are mostly of performing perspective but very less of teaching perspective are not at all willing or ready to leave the old elongated, illogical and suicidal method of learning music, I know pretty well that each one of them will certainly turn a blind eye or a deaf ear of this logical plan. God alone must save our poor aspirants! amsharma

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Dear Sir,
can you please share the files online or if there is a way to purchase the AMS easy methods online it would be very helpful.
the link shared http://sangeethamshare.org/chandra/AMS- ... thods-2007 seems to not work.

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Dear sister-member abithaselvaraj,

Yes, dear. You can get all my five books (both English & Telugu versions) by typing “akella mallikarjuna sharma’ in Amazon. amsharma

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Thank you for the response sir,would be helpful to know if the book includes CD too?

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Dear sister-member abithaselvaraj, Yes dear, certainly. amsharma

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Sir, I can only see kindle version in US.please let me know how can I avail the benefits of CD with kindle version.

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Dear sister-member abithaselvaraj, In the book of the kindle version, in the 2nd page itself the respective link of the Google-drive along with the Q.R.Code is furnished. From any one of them you can download the contents of the respective DVD. amsharma

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Thank you for the response sir.Thank you making it available online, this would be of such a great help for people like us who are interested to learn.

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hello sir, The link mentioned in Sangita Svararaga Sudha - is not reachable.can you please help on the same.

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Hello dear, I have tested and either through the link or the QR code you can certainly get its contents
amsharma

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In continuation to my previous post I would like to write the following.

As I wrote previously, having faithfully followed the footsteps of all other senior music-teachers, I was also one among these cheaters, traitors and rogues for much of my teaching life but the Almighty had chosen me to make some remarkable service to the field of our music for the first time in the history particularly for the benefit of the poor aspirants and their parents.

In this process, when the first introspection occurred in my life for the first time in 2001 and my inefficiency in starting even the basic Alankaras to the poor innocent students with the suicidal DHRUVA-TALA came into light. Any efficient and honest music-teacher would have considered to start with the easiest EKA-TALA. But by very blindly following all other senior music-teachers me too have started to very heavily tax the poor and innocent students with the most confusing DHURUVA-TALA in which except Mutthuswamy Dikshitar no other composer had ever dared to compose even a single composition. This obviously reveals my gross inefficiency in teaching and then what is wrong in calling me a cheater or traitor or even a rogue I do not understand!!! Thus, my first blunder came into light and this paved way to follow a very strict logical method in minimising the four implications of these Alankaras, 1.Rhythm 2.Tala 3.Note's syllable and 4.Note's sound to only two implications, 1.Rhythm and 2.Jati and in bringing out the JATI-ALANKARAS for the first time in the history and starting all the Alankaras along with JATI only and also starting with EKA-TALA-JATI-ALANKARA only. BLater, for the benefit of the students, I have also modified both the Alankaras in Jhampa & Ata-talas fully with short-notes.

Later I have started to look into myself in this respect and found a number of illogicalties in my teaching which very badly affected almost all the students. Among them a very few important general blunders are listed hereunder.

2.On the very first day of the lesson to the student I was used to sing all the eight notes s-r-g-m-p-d-n-s and made the student follow me in singing them all even when only two notes, sa & pa only are audible from the Shruti-box but not any other remaining notes. To avoid this illogicality when I made the student mainly rely upon the keyboard and always sing along with it while playing all the eight notes this helped a lot in so many ways to the poor and innocent student. It is always desirable to rely upon a machine than a human in respect of both the rhythm and note and Hindusthani-musicians are always far more sensitive than our Karnataka-musicians as they rely upon the harmoniam-machine from the first day of their music lesson in respect of pure-note.

3.In this process I have found that the present method of teaching our music has been very highly illogical through which the instinctive abilities of the aspirant have wantonly been eclipsed making him perennially dependent upon the music-cheater wasting his/her invaluable time, energy and money. While absolutely making the music-learning very strictly logical and quick I have made some modifications in this system mainly making it very strictly 'time-bound and result-oriented' in getting successful end-result of the aspirant.

Since 2001 I have been on the extensive research on these easy methods in learning our music and been bringing out all the details through all these posts in this sub-thread. But, these music-cheaters have all along been turning a blind-eye or a deaf ear in this respect lest their own beans will be spilled out if they come out open for any dialogue or discussion.

In tailoring the teacher must initiate the student to learn how to take the physical measurements of the body, how to cut the cloth without making any waste and how to stitch the cloth. But, in general, to keep his/her student perennially under his/her own control, the teacher teaches his/her student only how to stitch the cloth but not the other important techniques. In the same manner, even in learning music, the student must become able to manage with both the intricacies of rhythm and note. But, very sadly, the very highly egoistic and selfish music-performers under the guise of sacred Gurus (music-teachers) have brought out a highly illogical system of learning several music items and compositions even without any grammar merely by following the teacher in singing perennially depending upon the teacher for a number of years.

Just to wantonly avoid this perennial dependency of the poor and innocent student when I have made him/her mainly rely upon the machine, keyboard for both the rhythm and note most surprisingly the progress became very quick and very efficient in making it very strictly 'time-bound and result-oriented' for the sole benefit of the poor and innocent students and parents for the first time in the history.

4.At the same time to make the matters of the intricacies of both rhythm and note easier and followable to the poor student I have categorised and symbolised both of them keeping the present need of the poor student in view for the first time in the history and furnished in my books.

5.In general, very sadly, no music-cheater prefers either to give the detailed or symbolised notation along with a pre-recorded CD/DVD to any of the compositions to be learnt by the students. To truly and truthfully help the poor student I have published five music-books along with general, detailed and symbolised notation along with the pre-recorded CD/DVD for the first time in the history.

6.The efficient and honest teacher, without taxing the student, initiates him/her learn the most important items or compositions as quickly as possible. In this process, right from the first day of the music-lesson, the student is properly initiated to learn 8-Saralasvaras, 3-Jantasvaras, 3-Datusvaras, 7-Alankaras, 5-Gitas, 1-Svarapllavi, 9-Select Varnas & Svarajati in Bhairavi mostly relying upon the keyboard, metronome, notated compositions and respective audio & video files. In the meantime he/she is also initiated to sing both creative and mathematical Svarakalpana in all the six popular Talas even before learning the first Kriti on his/her own hardly within the first-year of learning.

Lastly I hope that the knowledgeable and honest members of this forum become aware of the above facts and try to work accordingly in truly helping our poor and young aspirants in this respect. amsharma

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Some helpful observations-1:

Being a very successful follower of Violin Wizard M.S.Gopalakrishnan and a senior disciple of Sangitakalanidhi Nedunuri' Krishnamurthy and having vast experiences of both performing and teaching, today, having entered into my 83rd year of age, I don't hesitate to declare that the music-teacher who very ably, honestly and efficiently initiates the aspirant more than 95% is the true teacher and all others who do not or cannot do so I don't hesitate to call them cheaters, no doubt. Till now I did never find such a true music-teacher.
Very sadly, even in most of the music-institutions and music-departments of most of the Universities around the globe all these so called teachers are wasting the invaluable time, energy and money of the poor aspirants in the monotonous old process of teaching music. All know what these Professors are teaching but they don't know what these Professors are not teaching!

Most of the egoistic and selfish musicians have wantonly created an illusion that music must be learnt face to face from the teacher. All my extensive experiments, beyond any doubt, prove that, except instrumentalists, vocal students need not even see the face of the teacher while learning music but rely upon the audios or videos of the teacher. Moreover, in many cases, it has been proved that, to escape from the bad mannerisms or qualities or habits of the teacher, it is always desirable to the aspirant to rely upon his own instinctive abilities only than the teacher to move further and further very quickly and efficiently.

In my extensive experiments on this 'time-bound & result-oriented' learning-methods (not cheating methods) in music I, basing upon the very favourable end-results, have very successfully formulated different level-based exercises in Swarakalpana leading to level-based Ragalapana and level-based Pallavi-singing. Since last one year nearly 30 to 40 candidates have been initiated in singing Swarakalpana hardly within 30 days. As all these methods are more effective in respect of youngsters, interested and hard-working youngsters can contact my WhatsApp telephone-number 9908822992 giving their name, age and qualifications in music for getting the respective details. Only basing upon some rhythmical and musical tests their candidature will be confirmed for getting this training. amsharma

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Some helpful observations-2:

In continuation to the post No.602 I would like to give the progressive details of 32 yrs. old house wife Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni from Warangal, Telangana.

In the logical Akella's method of learning our music in which the teacher's role is far lesser than 5%, she had very independently and successfully learnt more than 60 kritis in a year apart from the Swarakalpanas & brief Ragalapanas of them.

Now, while initiating her work on her own when I have given the audio containing the Ragalapana of Kharaharapriya of my Guruji Sangitakalanidhi late Nedunuri Krishna Murthy she cut it into 58 segments, very efficiently notated and sang the same within no time of which the URL link of it is furnished hereunder for the interested listeners.
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https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... vmBXAj60J8

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Some helpful observations-3:

The following are the URL links of 7 yr. old Chi. J.S.Sarvamangala, grand daughter of the great Bhajana Nritya exponent Chi. J.S.Eshwaraprasad who has been well trained by her mother Chi. Sow. J.Saroja in the 'Akella's logical method' in learning music and very efficiently rendered the Special Laya-exercises in Chaturashra (3-5-7 jati-breaks) and Trisra (4-5-7 jati-breaks) gatis and Jati-alankaras for the benefit of the interested students. amsharma


https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ePlu-1 ... p=drivesdk


https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xcNFzV ... p=drivesdk


https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jOwMj0 ... p=drivesdk

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Some helpful observations-4:

Most unfortunately, all our Sangitakalanidhis and Padmashrees have long ago created an illusion
even without any logic behind it that Manodharma Sangita should not be written or taught or learnt but could only be obtained by rigorous practice running for years together which, in fact, is a deliberate lie.
In my extensive research it was proved, beyond any doubt, that it helps a lot if each and everything is written in notation at the primary level just like maintaining the account of clothes taken by the washerman and our personal bank details.
Right from the first day of lesson if the kid is properly initiated to work on his own independently basing upon his self instinctive abilities and with the help of machines like keyboard in learning and managing with both Rhythm and Note the process of learning is quickened very fast coupled with efficiency. Since last 20 years I, even without singing myself Sa or Pa even once in any of the classes, have been able to very efficiently and honestly initiate the kids sing even Swarakalpanas and brief Ragalapanas hardly within an year even before learning the first Kriti very strictly basing upon a logical lesson plan from the very first day of learning. I very well know that, except wantonly turning a deaf ear or a blind eye towards such helpful things to the aspirants none of them can do nothin!!!

In this respect even the Chennai Music Academy honoured me with their ritualistic 'TTK Award' on 20100101 but did nothing in propagating such helpful things even for the benefit of all our aspirants learning music by saving their invaluable time, energy and money. In fact, by properly utilising the modern gadgets and facilities our music-teachers must quicken the process of learning music coupled with efficiency. But, how many are doing this? Funnily they themselves cannot do such helpful things to our kids or even honestly co-operate with others who can do so!!!

In continuation to the previous post I have later given the audio-file of Shankarabharana-raga also of my Guruji, Sangitakalanidhi late Nedunuri Krishna Murthy to Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni and she worked independently and very efficiently reproduced the same within no time. The respective link of the same is furnished below. All these things I have been doing to help the sincere and hardworking students
only but not for the students who can very lavishly waste their invaluable time, energy and money relying upon the so-called music-cheaters. amsharma.


https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... Ze4VN1nPHA

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Some helpful observations-5:

Nowadays, does anybody prefer to go to Varanasi by foot??? No, not at all. Why? Absolutely it is a criminal waste of time, energy and money. To save the time, energy and money each and everybody prefers to possibly avoid going to Varanasi by foot.

Not only that, even in respect of our music, it has many a time been proved beyond any doubt that any student who invariably relies upon machines like electronic Shruti gadgets and metronome for Shruti and Laya than all these deliberate cheaters and works hard independently will certainly prospers very quickly and efficiently. Thus, as a true teacher,
I never even toil myself for more than 1% while very honestly and efficiently initiating my students in music and in getting amazing results within a very short time.

Being insensitive many may not agree with me but I hate our Tambura being an inadequate instrument to be fully helpful and inspiring to any truthful musician (however, I don't want to waste my energies to list out here these inadequacies of our Tambura). That is why, even 30 or 40 years back I have designed my own electronic automatic Tambura-cum-shruti-box and since been using this instrument only. Some of my old students also use this instrument only. Thinking that this instrument also gradually becomes old and less operative like me in this old age I have, then and there, brought out some audio-files with consonant combinations of notes of this instrument to be used just like in Hindustani Swarmandal while singing different combinations of notes of different Ragas. To be useful to the sensitive musicians I have also uploaded them to Mediafire and the respective URL links are furnished in the 553rd post of this same thread.

For the benefit of the enthusiasts few days back I have also demonstrated some of them and uploaded to YouTube and Facebook. Interested persons can go through them and benefited. amsharma

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Some helpful observations-6:

For example, in making the journey from Hyderabad to Delhi logical this must very strictly be made time-bound and result-oriented. But, very sadly, all our egoistic, selfish and parasitical performers, under the guise of music-teachers, have wantonly
been elongating the process of learning music for a number of years making the student perennially dependent upon the teacher. Then why can't all such music-cheaters be called cheaters or traitors or even rogues? I do not understand why all these music-teachers have wantonly been deceiving the innocent aspirants and their parents wasting their invaluable time, energy and money in this manner.

In continuation to the previous 4 th post I have later given the audio-file of Kambhoji-raga also of my Guruji, Sangitakalanidhi late Nedunuri Krishna Murthy to Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni and she worked independently, efficiently cut it into nearly 60 segments and very efficiently reproduced the same within no time. Following on th same lines of
popular 'AKELLA' methods in singing Svarakalpana
Chi. Sai Murali, M.A. music student of the PS Telugu University also sang the mathematical and creative Kalpanaswaras in Chaputala. The respective links of the same are furnished below. All these things I have been doing to guide the sincere and hardworking students only but not for the students who can very lavishly waste their invaluable time, energy and money relying upon the so-called music-cheaters. amsharma

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... kzO1NdDblL

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... 0jRP-tAQVP

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Some helpful observations-7:

Most unfortunately, in our traditional and illogical method of teaching music, the aspirant is compelled to perennially depend upon the cheater for a number of years learning a number of items or compositions only by listening and reproducing them all imitatively. Logically if the father of a son makes proper plans in training and sending his son to school daily and independently this not only saves his time and energy but also makes the kid independent in doing thins on his own. I did this very logically, efficiently and successfully in making them work independently for more than 95% limiting my role to less than 5%. But none of our great Sangitakalanidhis or Padmashrees are unable to do this very sadly.

More over, while the rhythm is vital for both music & dance, no music-teacher is ever used either to assess the rhythmical ability of the aspirant and to stabilise it to meet the needs of the art.

But, in this unique and logical method of learning which has very strictly been made 'time-bound and result-oriented', the aspirant's rhythmical ability, at the first instance, is assessed and stabilised by some unique exercises to enable him/her move on further and further independently with confidence mostly relying upon the metronome and later upon the keyboard in proceeding further by efficiently managing with both the Swara and Laya. In this logical process the aspirant will certainly become efficient in singing both mathematical and creative Kalpanaswaras in all the six popular Talas even before learning the first Kriti hardly within a year working very independently on his/her own.

The main difference between these two is while, in the traditional method of teaching, the poor aspirant perennially remains as dependent upon the teacher and the teacher has to sing a number of items or compositions but need not hold any responsibility of inculcating the knowledge of singing creative music in the aspirant the aspirant in the unique and logical method of learning music works very independently basing upon his/her own instinctive abilities right from the very first day of learning and learns all the things like the creative music even before learning the first Kriti very strictly within the stipulated time.

Very strictly this is to help the sincere and hardworking students only but not for the students who can very lavishly waste their invaluable time, energy and money relying upon the so-called music-cheaters. That's why I don't hesitate to call the music-teacher as cheater/ traitor/rogue
as he/she has been used to deliberately waste the invaluable time, energy and money of the poor aspirant.

The world suffers a lot not because of the violence of the bad people but because of the silence of the good people - Napoleon.

All the more, now, when it has absolutely been proved that the present system of teaching music has, since a long time, been most harmful deliberately wasting the invaluable time, energy and money of our poor aspirant kids I do not know why the knowledgeable gentlemen of this forum are afraid to come out and absolutely condemn the
illogical and harmful acts of these music-cheaters/traitors/rogues in saving the interests of our own kids!!! amsharma

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Some helpful observations-8:

In continuation to the previous 6th post I have later given the audio-file of Bhairavi-raga also of my Guruji, Sangitakalanidhi late Nedunuri Krishna Murthy to Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni (+91 93924 09317)
and she worked independently, efficiently cut it into 60+ segments and very efficiently reproduced the same within no time. The respective link of the same is furnished below.

All these things I have been doing just to guide the sincere and hardworking students only but not for the students who can very lavishly waste their invaluable time, energy and money relying upon the so-called music-cheaters. amsharma 9908822992

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... iP_gfnHJKm

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Some helpful observations-9:

I was very fortunate for having become the follower of the Violin wizard Sangitakalanidhi late M.S.Gopalakrishnan and later the direct disciple of Sangitakalanidhi late Nedunuri Krishnamurthy by which some of the very rare techniques of these two
giants I could imbibe and, in turn, honestly been
trying to pass them on to the next generations through the modern techniques I have found
making the process of learning very strictly 'time-bound and result-oriented' saving the invaluable time, energy and money of the poor students.

Unlike in the monotonous imitation of a number of items and compositions following the teacher face to face for many years in the age old system which is devoid of any creative music, now, in this modern and logical system of learning (not teaching) the student is able to work most independently basing upon his/her own instinctive abilities and learn things very fast. Thus while the teacher's role is reduced to less than 5% the aspirant's role is increased to more than 95% releasing from the tentacles of the so-called cheater.

In continuation of the 8th post in which Chi. Sow.
Krishnaveni (+91 93924 09317) of Warangal finished the Ragalapana-practice of the 4th raga,
Bhairavi on one hand, now, 15 yrs. old Chi. T.P.Gopalakrishna from Vishakhapatnam is initiated to play Saveri-Varna on the 4th string of Violin alone
(Tantree-grahabheda--starting from Shuddha-madhyama as Shadja) in the great MSG's style on the other. The respective url-link is furnished hereunder. amsharma

https://drive.google.com/file/d/12Levod ... p=drivesdk

https://drive.google.com/file/d/12HeRUq ... p=drivesdk

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20201224:
Some helpful observatioins-10:
I am very well satisfied with what I have done to our music society through this forum till now and hereafter I would like to minimise my participation in this forum. amsharma

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20201226:
Some helpful observations-11:

In respect of 'msakella's Easy methods in learning our Karnataka music' as I have already given all the details, hereafter I shall give the barest minimum details only.

In continuation to the previous 8th post I have later given the audio-file of the 5th Todi-raga also of my Guruji, Sangitakalanidhi late Nedunuri Krishna Murthy to Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni (+91 93924 09317)
and she worked independently, efficiently cut it into 70+ segments and very efficiently reproduced the same hardly within a couple of days . The respective link of the same is furnished below.

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... jmfMIfcFCI

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Some helpful observations-12:

In continuation to the previous 11th post I have later given the audio-file of the 6th & 7th Saveri & Mohana ragas also of my Guruji, Sangitakalanidhi late Nedunuri Krishna Murthy to Chi. Sow. Krishnaveni (+91 93924 09317) of Warangal and she, even without my interference, worked independently, efficiently cut it into 46 & 62 segments respectively and reproduced them all very efficiently. The respective links of the same are furnished below.

Since the 2nd (626th) post of 20201003 I have been giving the details of this lady expecting one teacher or the other, at the least, responding in the same manner. But, very sadly, except very boldly turning a blind eye or a deaf ear, no Sangitakalanidhi or Padmashree yet came out open to respond suitably.
amsharma 9908822992

Saveri:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... YmlUkvS5Vj

Mohana:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... wTEGyDAJbc

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Some helpful observations-13:

In any society there may be thieves of less than 10% only but to safeguard from these thieves all the remaining 90% are compelled to take security measures. In the same manner due to the egoistic and selfish nature of the 10% of the people of any society the remaining 90% of the good-natured people of the society have to suffer a lot.

Surprisingly, in our Karnataka music too, this 10% has very drastically been increased to 100% and there is not even a single efficient and honest music-teacher on the globe who, without singing himself for more than 1%, can initiate the aspirant sing mathematical and creative Kalpanaswaras hardly within only one year even before learning the first Kriti!!!

To tell the fact, all our Sangitakalanidhis and Padmashrees are of performance perspective only and very less of teaching perspective and many people are not at all aware of these facts. That's why to cover their lacuna and also to escape from the responsibility of inculcating the creative ability into the aspirant they all have created an illusion that Manodharmam can neither be written nor taught or learnt. It has very well been proved that all this illusion is their creation only to keep the aspirants and their parents in pitch dark.

The duty of an efficient and honest teacher is to find a way in making things easier to the aspirant. Just like building a number of graded steps to go to the
upper-floor five levels have been formulated with different kinds of exercises both for rhythm and note. Interested persons can go through the following link in which two aspirant-kids passed through a chronological plan of action and became able to sing both mathematical and creative Kalpanaswaras alongwith brief Ragalapanas too
hardly within a year. amsharma 9908822992


AMS Jyothirmayi, Sai Meghana & Akhil:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... Bwfx1O_rLu

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Some helpful observations: 14

I am very well aware that just 1 or 2% only will try to agree with me as I am purely logical and even this least percentage won't dare to come out open either to support or condemn. That is the pity! It takes much time to others even to digest. I can't help!
I am always controvercial as named 'Controvercial AKELLA by HINDU - CHENNAI - Jan., 2010' at the time of receiving the TTK Award from the Music Academy, Chennai and I relish it too. Let all others think as they like!

Proper initiation of an aspirant honestly feeling the
respective duties and responsibilities is a very highly responsible job like a sacred mother of a little kid who shapes her kid as a most independent person
and not that easy to understand by a highly selfish and parasitical performer. After serving as Violin-lecturer for 23 yrs., and later as Principal for 12 more yrs., (altogether for 35 yrs. from 1961 to 1996 in the Govt. Colleges of Music & Dance, AP) I was proved by the Almighty as an inefficient teacher in my introspection and from then onwards my true life as an honest music-teacher started from 2001.

In respect of initiating the aspirants in singing Kalpanaswaras independently on their own when I have given the respective pdf and audio files (without singing myself in person which I generally do) to a new aspirant, a 30 yrs. old house-wife with a little kid, Chi.Sow. Krishnaveni (+919392409317) from Warangal she worked hard for more than 12 hrs. daily and could finish both mathematical and creative Kalpanaswaras in all the six popular Talas hardly within six days. When there is a will there is a way too for any person. The respective link is furnished hereunder for the interested aspirants.

This is in respect of Svarakalpanas only and next time I shall try to give some more details in respect of Ragalapanas too. amsharma 9908822992

WglKv Krishnaveni:
01.Trisra roopakam

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... cbgZVsQFhs

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... 2N_dA4cyz2

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... _3Od6aIGA5

02.Roopakam

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... qMdu9ldzHb

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... Hzlt6CyyDK

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... S-xX4756us

03.Chapu

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... WJy0Sif3PM

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... tHDjlzNLKt

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... KflNVBlYAb

04.Adi

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... mSYaJgdZ0q

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... Nn5DE7CffX

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... RyXXOW3LKt

05.Trisragati Adi

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... irgN6hkl4q

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... Fuv7vvEWTR

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... aJ47iNvsoj

06.Adi Choukam

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... S8WXDJVzZz

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... ue492iTNx6

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... Ssf7IMxPHm

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Some helpful observations: 15

With reference to this series of observations No.9
15 yrs. old Chi. T.P.Gopalakrishna from Vishakhapatnam had played Saveri-Varna on the 4th string of Violin alone (Tantree-grahabheda--starting from Shuddha-madhyama as Shadja) in the great MSG's style.

To tell the fact our Karnataka music was very greatly strengthened by the Violin-giants, MSG, LGJ & MC
who have created not only their own styles of music techniques but very innovative and effective fingure techniques also. But, in this highly competitive world to always keep their place on the top of the field they have always been striving hard with the relevant activities but not to pass on their very rare fingure-
techniques to the next generations. That's why we don't find even a single video of them mainly focusing upon their finger-movements taken for
educational purposes. Moreover, in our Karnataka music high preference is given to vocal music and due importance has never been given for instrumental techniques. Even while videoing the concerts the cameras are always focused on the face of the artists only but, very sadly, not on their fingure-techniques. Thus, ultimately, we have lost the huge wealth of their very rare fingure-techniques.

In this respect I fervently appeal to all the musicians of instrumental music to keep all the above in their view and do the needful not only in preserving their rare fingure-techniques but also to pass them on to our next generations.

Only keeping all these things in my view, I was compelled to bring out many videos of my violin-play
particularly focussing upon the relevant fingure-techniques and to upload them to my 'msakella's YouTube channel'. amsharma

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Some helpful observations: 16

If one can go deep into the minds of our
egoistic and selfish musicians he/she can very easily notice the sinister idea of monopolising this music education to meet their selfish ends only.
All the syllabi of all the music examinations are framed with this motive only but, very sadly, none has ever been aware of this fact. Having worked for 35 years as a Govt. regular music-teacher along with all other music-teachers I could only find this lacuna
even after my retirement. But by the grace of the Almighty I could find the remedies too and trying my my level best to rectify them.

In the old process:
(1) they all very much like the word 'GURU',

(2) by always singing themselves one item or composition or the other to teach their students, they can mostly remain on the track of regular practice to make their concerts successfull always. To serve this purpose they have brought out a huge list of items and compositions not only to make the student perennial dependent upon the teacher but also to elongate the process of teaching for many years to come.

(3) to escape from the responsibility of inculcating the knowledge of singing the creative music, the
so called Manodharma Sangita they have wantonly created an illusion that the Manodharma Sangita could neither be written nor taught or learnt but could only be obtained by years of strenuous and very regular practice.

In order to make their plans accordingly successful
they have not only ditched off the very highly beneficial system followed by Shonthi Venkataramanayya, the Guru of Thyagaraja who shaped him as a musician hardly within only one year but also the very helpful symbolised notation followed by Subbarama Dikshitar in his monumental
Sangita Sampradaya Pradarshini.

In fact while learning such performing arts like cooking or car driving or music or dance the aspirant must simultaneously work and learn the art and for this the teacher must restrict his participation to much less than 5% and encourage the aspirant work
independently for more than 95% providing the relevant learning material to rely upon.

This is the very logical method of learning music and by scrupulously following this I have been getting amazing results in this 'time-bound and result-oriented' plan of action by which the aspirant is becoming able to sing both mathematical and creative Kalpanaswaras in all the six popular Talas alongwith brief Ragalapanas also even before learning the first Kriti hardly within a year.

Except efficient and honest music-teachers of younger generation all other greedy cheaters have been used either to very conveniently turn a blind eye or a deaf ear towards this logical system of learning. Since a very longtime due to this highly selfish and illogical system of teaching thousands of aspirants have very badly been effected. amsharma

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Some helpful observations: 17

Unlike many other music-teachers I, as a professional full-time regular music-teacher properly initiating the kids right from the very first day of learning the basics, always try possibly not to sing myself and to logically initiate my students to work for more than 99% independently by which I have always been used to accordingly get excellent and amazing results too in this process.

Basically I was a Mridangist from my age of 3 yrs. and so this acquaintance gave me relevant connection with mathematics along with confidence. Moreover, when I have worked in Vizianagaram Maharajah's music college in 1978
for a short stint of four months I was very fortunate in getting acquaintance with the Great Mullapudi's
School of Mridangam and its easy mathematical applications. Thus I have learnt many intricacies of Mridangam-mathematics also which I, by the grace of the Almighty, could also symbolise them for the convenience of our aspirants and furnished them all in my book, Sangita Svararaga Sudha (Telugu/English) supplied along with a CD (due to some technical problems I could furnish few details of them only in the thread Tala & Laya - Easy muktàyis - their utilisation in Svarakalpana of this forum).

Even in respect of writing notation it is very important to note that the aspirant must be initiated
right from the very first day of doing and learning things independently basing upon a logical plan which helps the aspirant a lot in learning Ragalapanas also independently.

Thus while WglKv Krishnaveni (+919392409317)
had already gone through the 4th & 5th levels also of Svarakalpanas she had already finished the first two levels of Ragalapanas and even in the next 3rd level she had already finished seven Ragas, Kharaharapriya, Shankarabharana, Kambhoji, Bhairavi, Todi, Saveri & Mohana very efficiently listening and notating my Guruji late Nedunuri Krishnamurthyji's Ragalapanas and also reproducing them successfully.

This again proved that if an efficient and honest music-teacher logically (but not traditionally) initiates the student to work independently for more than 99%, mostly depending upon the pdf, audio-files supplied by the teacher himself there is no dearth of aspirants to raise to the occasion and in doing things very efficiently and successfully.

Very sadly, in our Bharat, since a very longtime, as more than 90% of Hindus are fools and even the remaining are egoistic and selfish, in total, all our Hindus have always been suffering in deplorable state of affairs. This applies to all walks of life and our classical music is not an exception at all. Politically, even though our country was divided and Pakistan was given for Muslims, still many Muslims remain here and make the Hindus' life a hell due to Hindus' foolishness only! In the same manner, even in respect of our classical music, due to the foolishness of our Hindus (the music-teacher who ever starts teaching Alankaras to his students with
the suicidal Dhruva-tala like me (for more than 40 yrs. upto 2001) is not only a great fool but a traitor too) the easy methods in learning our music implemented by Shonthi Venkataramanayya, teacher of Thyagaraja, have been ditched off, Subbarama Dikshitar's symbolised notation has also been ditched off and proper care has never been taken in respect of many other useful things to make them useful to the poor aspirants. Even though since last more than 10 years I have been using several easy methods in learning our music, getting amazing results and furnishing them along with the respective videos in my Youtube channel, except ritually honouring me with the great TTK award, which cannot be used either as a prefix or suffix, and washing their hands Chennai Music Academy or the respective experts did nothing in making them accessible to the poor aspirants. Like them, very sadly, so many helpful things in respect of the poor music-aspirants have never even been discussed at length or taken care of by or performing parasites under the guise of Gurus. amsharma

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#642 Re: AMS Easy Methods 2007 CD - Teaching and Learning Methods

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Some helpful observations: 18

In our country the number of the duty minded honest people has been receding very fast and egoistic and selfish persons have been used to take the upper hand in the society which is not at all healthy for its logical development. Even in our music this unhealthy trend intruded very long ago into our society dominating by such highly egoistic and selfish persons not only to make the poor aspirant a perennial dependent upon the teacher learning a large number of compositions in a wantonly elongated process running for years to come but also to very conveniently escape from the responsibility of inculcating the knowledge of singing creative music, the so called Manodharma Sangita which was wantonly prohibited to write or learn or taught.

To tell the truth, many are not aware that all the syllabi of all the Karnataka music courses across our country have been prepared by these Sangitakalanidhis or Padmashrees or Ph.Ds who are mostly of performing perspective and very less of teaching perspective.

These are the people who have named the creative music as Manodharma Sangita and wantonly created an illusion that this cannot be written or taught or learnt but could only be obtained by years of very regular and strenuous practice. Only to escape from the responsibilities of inculcating this creative abilities of music among the aspirants they all have dumped all the syllabi with a large number of compositions by which the poor aspirant is compelled to become a perennial dependent upon the teacher mostly relying upon the whims and fancies of this irresponsible teacher singing alongwith him face to face.

Any responsible parent always strives hard to make his kid independent in all respects. But, this music-teacher or the so called GURU has always been used to sing himself and makes the student also sing alongwith him. Previously many of the teachers have never been used to give even the general notation leave alone the detailed or symbolised notation. Nowadays very few of them are trying to give a rotten general notation showing great sympathy towards the aspirants. But, very sadly, none of these honourable teachers have never been used to give any reliable notation along with a reliable audio CD. (I have brought out five reliable notated books of music compositions of their own kind all supplied along with audio CDs. How many Sangitakalanidhis or Padmashrees or Ph.Ds are doing so? They have not been doing many things to the poor aspirants. That's why I never hesitate to call them parasites!)

Having become used to this kind of suicidal and irresponsible way of teaching these parasitical performers, under the guise of teachers, never want to change this into a very beneficial system of learning for the aspirant. Here, in our music institution, Swarabhangima at Secunderabad we have our own syllabus in which the aspirantsvcan sing creative music hardly within a couple of years. If this system is introduced in all the music institutions in our country even without changing the syllabi but by changing only the mode of training the standards of the students will certainly increase within a very short time but the responsibilities of the teachers also increase. That's why many of the teachers are not willing to come forward.

Prestigious TTK Award was given to me on 20100101 by the Music Academy, Chennai.
Then while I was staying with my disciple,
Chi. Sow. Revathy Krishnan at Velachery my very good old friend, late Nageshwaran came to me and
said "My 11yrs. old granddaughter, Chi. Shreenidhi has a very nice and sensible voice and I have changed 5 or 6 music-teachers in training her but
none of them is teaching her satisfactorily and
there was no development in her progress. It seems you have received this TTK Award for your contribution as an efficient teacher. Then why don't you teach my granddaughter?"

Then when I have asked him to bring her he immediately brought her with 103 temperature of severe fever. However, with great difficulty she sang a bit of music with very high sense of music and I, accepting his request, started weely-three-classes
in my modern logical system of learning music
by telephone from Hyderabad in which I didn't sing anything in any of the classes and she mostly relied on keyboard and metronome. In the meantime, keeping the on-coming Global-Rasikas meet in Dec., 2010 he requested me to make her sing a mini concert in that meet and I agreed. Accordingly I made a logical plan and implemented in which she gave an excellent mini-concert hardly within a year. The respective url is furnished hereunder.

While I have been implementing these quick, innovative and logical methods in learning our music
right from 2001 and the respective kids are able to sing even mathematical and creative Kalpanaswaras along with brief Ragalapanas even before learning the first Kriti none of these honourable Sangitakalanidhis or Padmashrees have been able to bring out even a single aspirant like me to prove their efficiency in teaching our music.
amsharma.

https://youtu.be/c6PzLGv8xFw

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Some helpful observations: 19

Many of the musicians are mostly performing perspective and very less teaching perspective which they themselves are not at all aware of.
Even while general teachers have been used mostly to deal with visual aids music-teachers mostly do with audio aids. Everybody is well aware that visual aids are more powerful than audio aids like the television than radio. That's why I very sincerely feel that it is always beneficial to the music aspirants if the respective teachers try to provide visual aids also like pdf and video to these aspirants for better understanding.

In general our Karnataka musicians hate the harmonium or keyboard as these machines cannot produce our different kinds of oscillations effectively. This may be true upto some extent but it is very important to note that the first preference is of pure note and also relying on a machine either for note or beat is more important in the basic level.

In respect of beat it is always beneficial to rely upon the machine, Metronome both for precision and high speed which is a audio and visual aid. In the same manner, the keyboard, for example, the Sampradaya-gamaka, which has never been categorised differently with others by any musician in our history and which always occupies the space of four notes for Sadharana-gandhara, Shuddha-madhyama & Kaishiki-nishada could very clearly be visualised by any aspirant to have a higher understanding of these notes. Adamant traditionalists need not bother in this respect but logically this helps the poor aspirants a lot. amsharma

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After umpteen experiments in this respect it became very clear that, in one way, it is highly desirable to a vocal student to possibly avoid learning music face to face direct from the teacher but rely upon the pdf or audio or video-files of the efficient and honest teacher.

Since a long time I have been very well aware that we do not have even a single sensible person in our forum who properly responds to my posts dealing with the problems of the poor aspirants either to support or even to condemn but we have plenty
either to turn a blind-eye or a deaf-ear or become
tight-lipped. Excellent!

At this old age i have recently realised that videos'
influence is far much more than others on our society and, so, I have brought out some videos
recently for the sake of our Telugu people and the respective YouTube links are also furnished hereunder. Telugu knowing other people also can go through them as well. amsharma


Ishtaagoshti - URLinks:

01 - https://youtu.be/CRS0-OCfyC8

02 - https://youtu.be/74X-WVddoDM

03 - https://youtu.be/WPzrxhuVwX8

04 - https://youtu.be/f0B8WoY23O8

05 - https://youtu.be/D_CM-rrx5UM

06 - https://youtu.be/RZ5xzQRilfU

07 - https://youtu.be/gE0T5OG6MI0

08 - https://youtu.be/bMKtqsLUixQ

08 - https://youtu.be/IEsXrflk_R8

09 - https://youtu.be/FQIT10aX1M0

10 - https://youtu.be/B3UNWDOpKrE

11 - https://youtu.be/-0H__LI12Zc

12 - https://youtu.be/7LjQcCfNZzY

13 - https://youtu.be/AVsbUxtV72w

14 - https://youtu.be/nkvwAwwGXh8

15 - https://youtu.be/I4RVWCL8Vj4

16 - https://youtu.be/IRVbhu2ABxA

17 - https://youtu.be/mIM7p9zvOLw

18 - https://youtu.be/HrWIAqxiAxc

19. https://youtu.be/zqWbK23-d1I

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When there were no gadgets either to record or to reproduce sound the musicians very intelligently utilised this in making this poor aspirant the perennial dependent upon the teacher in learning a number of compositions face to face thus elongating the process of learning for many years.
Had this aspirant been empowered inculcating the knowledge to deal with note and beat whille learning a composition this problem would have been solved for ever. But, as the egoists and selfish fellows among them want to take advantage of this opportunity they all have found another way
in elongating this process for many years keeping the poor aspirant a perennial dependent upon the teacher (cheater).

Moreover adding fuel to the fire these Sangitakalanidhis and Padmashrees have wantonly created a new name, Manodharma Sangita for the creative music, which has nowhere been found in any of the musical treatises before 1940, alongwith
an illusion that it could neither be written nor taught or learnt but could only be obtained by years of strenuous practice which is a deliberate lie. None of them had ever dared even to show any appreciable logic for this lie! From 2001 onwards all such illogicalities wantonly created by these honourable gentlemen came into light and here in our music institute many aspirants have proved them all wrong.

Very sadly, even though hundreds of videos are available in YouTube produced by many of these
honourable gentlemen in this respect, I couldn't find even a single video making the process of learning this creative music easier or quicker with a logical background. That is the pity! amsharma.

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In all the music institutions and music Departments of Universities on the globe where Karnataka music is taught to the aspirants the main aim must be to enable them sing creative music, particularly Svarakalpanas in all the six popular Tals along with brief Ragalapanas on their own even before learning the first Kriti within the span of the first year irrespective of the prescribed syllabi.

All the teachers working in all these institutions, if they are truly efficient and honest they must all do this, if not why shouldn't I call them all cheaters, traitors and rogues deceiving not only the aspirants but their parents and the nation also? amsharma

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Sole cause for the kid-aspirants' dis-interest, discontinuation and lack of standards in music
is only the inefficient and dis-honest teachers but they all blame the poor aspirants only. How many of the teachers (without singing themselves more than
1%) can make the aspirants sing the Natakuranji-Adi-Varna @ 4-6-8 notes @ 60 bpm
metronome speed in the manner Chi. Shreekar
a 13 yr. old kid from Hyderabad
did it just now (the Google-drive links are furnished hereunder) alongwith some interesting exercises. amsharma

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... XMQ2sD15Rl

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ayQKFI ... p=drivesdk

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tGO12o ... p=drivesdk

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XIRBdd ... p=drivesdk

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In any country the people strive hard in bringing up their kids as they are the torch bearers of any society. But, in our country and in respect of our classical music, it is entirely reverse and thus, since a longtime, our own egoistic and selfish rogues have been used to act very illogically and harmfully even to our own kids by wantonly making them perennial dependents upon these music-cheaters for a sinfully elongated number of years absolutely wasting their invaluable time, energy and money, not in getting the true music-knowledge but merely in learning a large number of compositions only! A very strict logical process in learning would have produced more than 80% very efficient performers and teachers too instead of the present less than 20% of the illogical lot. It is very important to note that the aspirants in Chennai mostly get the required material merely by listening to a number of regular concerts only but not from the illogical music-cheaters.

Very sadly most of all our so called Sangitakalanidhis, Padmashrees etc., etc., being mostly of performance perspective and very less of teaching perspective have, since many centuries,
very illogically been used to start with the Sapta -taala-Alankaras with the very highly confusive Dhruva-tala. <redacted> Me too, being a Lecturer & Pricipal of a Govt. Music College for 35 long years, taught to the poor kids in the same suicidal manner. Each and every roguish music-teacher has very efficiently been teaching in this suicidal manner only and me too have very blindly and foolishly followed them for the most of my life! All this is due to the lack of proper periodical supervision in all these music institutions and Departments for many decades!

As per this newly found logical method of learning music if the aspirant is properly initiated to learn the items upto select Varnas on his own mostly relying upon the keyboard, metronome (but not on the teacher at all), pdf and audio files right from the first day of learning he/she can very easily sing even Svarakalpanas in all the six popular Talas even before learning the first Kriti within the first year of learning. The present adamant music-cheaters can neither believe nor agree with or able to do this pitiably but they all stand in the first row in readily deceiving the innocent public. It is not that easy to set right these irresponsible and insensible people in this Kaliyuga. amsharma

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Even though this 13 yr. old kid, Chi. Shreekar
(removed) of 59th post had already learnt upto some Varnas from different teachers for around 7 yrs. and came to me on 20210113 he, at first, was initiated to go through a set of special rhythmical and vocal exercises (which are available in my Youtube channel) and later through the Natakuranji-Varna in a logical manner of learning by which he can sing any Varna @ 4-6-8 notes per second on his own and with the bearest minimum dependence upon the teacher. He did it very efficiently and, now, the video url links in which he sang two very critical Jatisaadhanas in Khanda-chapu & Mishra-chapu, 16 Special vocal exercises in 100 bpm and another condensed variety of Natakuranji-varna @ 4-6-8 nps are furnished hereunder. (recently I have started the 3rd 2-level workshop (within 15 days and 60 days) on Swarakalpana in six popular Talas also in Telugu States with financial incentives). amsharma


20210319 Khanda 1-2-3 jati by Shreekar.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GP23Df ... p=drivesdk


20210319 Misram 1-2-3 jati by Shreekar.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GBy2CY ... p=drivesdk


Vocal exercises by Shreekar

https://drive.google.com/file/d/13Wn8lV ... p=drivesdk


Natakuranji-Adi-Varna - Condensed @ 4-6-8 by Shreekar

https://drive.google.com/file/d/181Re28 ... p=drivesdk

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Mods, please also remove phone #653 above. @msakella, please go easy on sharing phone # email addresses/addresses etc. in a public forum. I don't know this person Sreekar and I would wager that he doesn't know/consented to his phone # be shared by some one in a public forum.

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