B A Hons Hindustani Music 2nd Year Syllabus Delhi University

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B A Hons Hindustani Music 2nd Year Syllabus

Semester-III

Theory-III

Max. Marks: 100

Course-105

Marks- 75

Credit-4

Historical Study of the Musical Terms

i) Grama, Moorcchana, Jati Gayan, Gandharava, Gana, Nibaddha – Anibaddha gana, Prabandha, Alap, Alapti, Tala-Dasapranas.

ii) Life and contribution of Karnatak Musicians Trinity-Tyhagaraja, Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Shyama Sastri

iii) Life and contribution of Western Musicians – Bach, Beethoven, Mozart.

iv) Musical forms of Karnatak Music : Kriti, Pallavi, Tillana, Varnam, Padam, Javali. Comparison of Hindustani musical forms with their Karnatak counterparts.

(v) Notation of compositions in prescribed ragas.

(vi) Theoretical knowledge of prescribed ragas.

Internal Assessment Marks- 25

1. S.S. Paranjape: Sangeet Bodh

2. Thakur Jaidev Singh: Bharatiya Sangeet ka Itihasa

3. Swami Prajnananda: Historical Study of Indian Music

4. V.S. Nigam: Sangeet Kaumudi Part-III

5. P. Sambamoorthy: Great Composers

6. Thakur Jaidev Singh: Indian Music

7. Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians

8. Jagdish Narayan Pathak: Sangeet Shastra Praveen

9. Groves Dictionary of Music & Musicians (edited by) Eric Blom

10.Dr. Indrani Chkravarti – Sangeet Manjusha

 Max. Marks: 100

Course-106

Practical-III

Marks-75

 Stage Performance

 Credits – 8

 Prescribed Ragas: Des, Bageshri, Bhimpalasi, Khamaj Performance of half an hour, planned by the candidate in any one of the prescribed ragas.

 Vocal Music –

(i) Vilambit and Drut Khayal with gayaki to be presented in any one raga.

(ii) Presentation of one semi classical /devotional or light composition.

Instrumental Music –

(i) Maseetkhani and Razakhani gats with elaboration to be presented in any one raga.

(ii) Presentation of a dhun or devotional or light music composition.

Internal Assessment Marks-25

1. V. N. Bhatkhande: Kramik Putsaka Malika Part – I-III

2. V.R. Patvardhan: Rag Vigyan Part – I-IV

3. Omkar Nath Thakur: Sangeetanjali Part – I-IV

4. Dr. Lalmani Mishra – Tantrinada

5. Prof. V.K. Aggarwal, Dr. Alka Nagpal – Sitar and its compositions Part – I & II

6. Prof. Anupam Mahajan – Compositions in Instrumental music (tradition and new creation)

7. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sitar Vadan Siksha

8. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sangeet Pravesh Part – I & II

9. Ragini Trivedi – Ragvibodha Mishrabani, Vol. I & II

Max. Marks: 100

Course-107

Practical – IV

Marks-75

 Viva-Voce Credits – 8

Vocal Music:

(i) Vilambit and Drut Khayal with gayaki in all the Ragas

(ii) Dhrupad or Dhamar composition in each of the prescribed ragas.

(iii) Presentation of one semi classical /devotional or light composition.

Instrumental Music:

(i) Maseetkhani and Razakhani gat in all the above ragas.

(ii) Presentation of a dhun or devotional or light music composition.

(iii) Basic knowledge of Roopak and Tilwada Tala.

(iv) Basic knowledge of Tanpura/ Candidate’s own instrument Tuning.

(v) Notation book to be submitted for internal assessment.

Internal Assessment Marks-25

1. V.N. Bhatkhande: Kramik Pustak Malika Part-I-IV

2. S.N. Ratanjankar: Abhinavageet Manjari

3. V.R. Patwardhan: Rag Vigyan Part-I-V

4. Dr. Lalmani Mishra – Tantrinada

5. Prof. V.K. Aggarwal, Dr. Alka Nagpal – Sitar and its compositions Part – I & II

6. Prof. Anupam Mahajan – Compositions in Instrumental music (tradition and new creation)

7. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sitar Vadan Siksha

8. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sangeet Pravesh Part – I & II

9. Ragini Trivedi – Ragvibodha Mishrabani, Vol. I & II

 Semester-IV

Course 108

 Theory -IV

Marks-75

 Life & Contribution of Musicians and Musicologists Credits – 4

1) Contribution of the following: Bharat, Matang, Abhinavgupt, Sharang Dev.

2) Life Sketch and Contributions of the following:

 1. Jaidev

2. Amir Khusro

3. Raja Mansingh Tomar

4. Tansen

5. Sadarang-Adarang

6. S.N. Ratanjankar

7. Vilayat Hussain Khan

8. Allaudin Khan

9. Mushtaq Ali Khan

10. Ravi Shankar

11. Vilayat Khan

3) Notation of compositions in prescribed ragas.

4) Theoretical knowledge of prescribed ragas.

Internal Assessment Marks – 25

1. Sushila Mishra: Some immortals of Hindustani Music

2. Narmadeshwar Chaturvedi: Sangeetagya Kavion ki Hindi Rachanyen

3. A.D. Ranade: On Music and Musicians of Hindustan

4. Amal Das Sharma: Musicians of India

5. Harihar Niwas Dvivedi: Mansingh Aur Mankutuhal

6. Susheela Mishra: Great Masters of Hindustani Music

7. Sulochana Brihaspati: Khusro Tansen Tatha Anya Kalakar.

8. Bharat: Natyashastra

9. Matang: Brihaddeshi

10. Sharangdeva: Sangeet Ratnakar

Semester – IV

Course-109

Practical – V

Marks-75

 Stage Performance

Credits-8

Prescribed Ragas: Bihag, Ramkali, Deshkar, Hameer Performance of half an hour, planned by the candidate in anyone of the prescribed ragas.

Vocal Music –

(i) Vilambit and Drut Khayal with gayaki to be presented in any one raga.

(ii) Presentation of one semi classical /devotional or light composition.

Instrumental Music –

(i) Masitkhani and Razakhani gats with elaboration to be presented in any one raga.

(ii) Presentation of a dhun or devotional or light music composition.

(iii) Basic knowledge of Dhamar, Adachartal.

(iv) Basic knowledge of Tanpura/ Candidate’s own instrument Tuning.

(v) Notation book to be submitted for internal assessment.

Internal Assessment Marks-25

1. V. N. Bhatkhande: Kramik Putsaka Malika Part – I-IV

2. V.R. Patvardhan: Rag Vigyan Part – I-IV

3. Omkar Nath Thakur: Sangeetanjali Part – I-IV

4. Dr. Lalmani Mishra – Tantrinada

5. Prof. V.K. Aggarwal, Dr. Alka Nagpal – Sitar and its compositions Part – I & II

6. Prof. Anupam Mahajan – Compositions in Instrumental music (tradition and new creation)

7. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sitar Vadan Siksha

8. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sangeet Pravesh Part – I & II

9. Ragini Trivedi – Ragvibodha Mishrabani, Vol. I & II

 Semester – IV

Course-110

Practical – VI

Marks-75

 Viva-Voce

Credits-8

Prescribed Ragas: Bihag, Ramkali, Deshkar, Hameer Performance of half an hour, planned by the candidate in anyone of the prescribed ragas.

Vocal Music-

(i) Vilambit khyal with Gayaki and Drut khyal with Gayaki in each of the prescribed ragas of course[1]109.

(ii) Dhrupad-Dhamar or Sadra composition in each of the prescribed Ragas with Alap, Layakari & Upaj.

Instrumental Music:

(i) Masitkhani and Razakhani gats with elaboration in all the prescribed ragas of Course-109.

(ii) Gat with elaboration in any 3 of the following Talas-Dhamar, Ektal, Jhaptal, Ada-Chautal.

(iii) Basic knowledge of Sooltal and Teevra tala.

(iv) Basic knowledge of Tanpura/ Candidate’s own instrument Tuning.

(v) Notation book to be submitted for internal assessment.

Internal Assessment Marks-25

1. V. N. Bhatkhande: Kramik Putsaka Malika Part-I-IV

2. V.R. Patvardhan: Rag Vigyan Part-I-IV

3. Omkar Nath Thakur: Sangeetanjali Part- I-IV

4. Dr. Lalmani Mishra – Tantrinada

5. Prof. V.K. Aggarwal, Dr. Alka Nagpal – Sitar and its compositions Part – I & II

6. Prof. Anupam Mahajan – Compositions in Instrumental music (tradition and new creation)

7. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sitar Vadan Siksha

8. Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit – Sangeet Pravesh Part – I & II

9. Ragini Trivedi – Ragvibodha Mishrabani, Vol. I & II