Tilang Raag Bandish 16 Matras Allap Taan Music Notes In English

Tilang Raag
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Tilang raag is believed to have originated from Khamaj thaat.Dha & Re are not used in this raag. Its jati is Audav – Audav. Ga & Ni are Vadi & Samvadi swar . Both the Nishads are used in this raag . The singing time of this raag is 9 pm to 12 am(the second part of the night).

Tilang Raag

How To Read Sargam Notes –

  • “.” is used for Mandra saptak(Lower octave notes) swars.eg- .Pa
  • “*” is user for Taar Saptak (Higher Octave notes) Swars eg – Pa*
  • “(k)” small character is used for komal swars.eg – ( Re(k) , Ga(k) , Dha(k) , Ni(k) )
  • Ma(t) here “(t)” is used for showing teevra swar Ma(t) .
  • “-” is used for Holdong the notes according to the Song.
  • Swars written “ReGa” in this manner means they are playing fast or two swars on one beat.
  • Ma(Ga) or (Ga)Ma Here Ga is Kan Swar or Sparsh Swar and Ma is Mool Swar. (You Can skip the kan swar if not understand how to play)
  • Swars written [ Ni(k)  Pa ] in this manner they are playing or singing in sliding mode means Meend acc to Indian music .
  • { NiSa*Re*Sa* Ni } here this braket {} is used for showing Khatka in which swars are playing fast .

Description of Raag:-

Aaroh – Sa Ga Ma Pa Ni Sa*.

Avaroh – Sa* Ni(k) Pa Ma Ga Sa.

Pakad – Ni(k) Pa Ga Ma Ga.

Thaat – Khamaj thaat

Varjit swar – Re and Dha.

Vadi – Samvadi swar – Ga and Ni.

Jati – Audav – Aaudav

Singing – 9 pm to 12 am(the second part of the night).

Important Notes:-

1.Shudh nishad is used in aaroh and soft in avaroh in this raag. Sometimes both nishad is used together.

2.Sometimes rishabh is used in avaroh oh higher octave to increase fairness of raag.

3.Mostly chhota khyal and thumri sang in this.

Swar of nyas – Sa, Ga and Pa.

Important swar combination:-

1.Ni(k)Pa, Ga Ma Ga.

2.Sa Ga Ma Pa, Ga Ma Ga.

5.SaReGa – Sa Ni.

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