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In short, though Yamaha I-455 doesn't support much for carnatic gamakas, it provides a classical environment with good tabla rhythms and tambura sruthi, which makes learning music interesting.
Though there are a number of keyboards available with pitch bend knobs, most of the the keyboards do not have good tones that support playing of carnatic gamakas. Selection of tone is also very important to use the technology available in these instruments. The portamento facility gives a glide from one note to another, when the second note is played, holding the first one. The legato setting gives some connection between notes, but it gives different effects based on the touch pressure on the notes., and it requires special practice to handle this effect in the keyboard. Learning Electronic Keyboard becomes interesting, if you have a good Keyboard with beautiful voices, rhythm patterns, required funcions like transpose, tuning, metronome, dual voice, pitch bend, etc. If you go for models below the above price range, either the sound quality will be poor or the features will be restricted. BM Institute Indian Music offers online classes for Carnatic vocal, Keyboard, guitar, violin, and also bhajans, cine songs in all languages. By registering, you may receive account related information, our email newsletters and product updates, no more than twice a month.
By subscribing, you will receive our email newsletters and product updates, no more than twice a month. Below is a video of Varaveena, mohanam geetham played on the acoustic guitar (no edits or effects, direct to the camera mic) based on the C major pentatonic scale notes, connected using slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs.
Then we play the song based on the Lyrics (Sahithyam) by using slurs to include vowels while striking only on the consonants. Include gamakas using slurs on all possible swaras, instead of single strikes that we have been doing till step 2.
The below video shows the C major scale played in 3 different ways on the Guitar Fretboard. C major scale 5th string root without open string notes. The scale is played with a 4 fret span on any of the strings.
In the C major scale, the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th notes correspond to Sa Ri Ga Pa Dha of the Raga Mohanam.
In parts of the song where we need to play higher octave Ri and Ga, we will use the notes D and E respectively on the first string 10th and 12 th frets.


Right click and save as to download the Tuxguitar file that shows notation, guitar tab and Keyboard position to play the Geetham swaras based on the C major scale position. Download video The above video shows the part Suranutha Kalyaani being played on the guitar.
When singing the lyrics, there are places where more than one note is used one after the other, to sing a consonant.
Till now, we used slurs (hammer ons, pull offs and slides) to play the vowels realistically when playing Indian classical on Guitar. We will try to include Indian classical style movements into the playing by using Arohana and Avarohana movements of the swaras as the guide. We will be using the gamakas from the parent Raga Shankarabharanam, for Raga Mohanam swaras.
Instead of playing the swaras as single hit notes, we can play some of the swaras as a movement between two or three notes.
In arohana, notice how a swara is played most often as a phrase that starts from the preceding swara, goes to the one after next swara, coming back to the one we need. Two endings mentioned below have mainly vowels in it, making it unnecessary to play all the gamakas for the swaras.
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The pitch bend range decides how much you can bend the swaras, and hence in such keyboards, we can play only limited gamakas, which are not sufficient to play fine carnatic. There are also parameters like the portamento and legato in such keyboards, which provide extra support in handling gamakas. Though it gives some glide, it can not match with the same glide we get when we play on manual instruments like violin, veena etc. Sometimes we get very good effects accidentally, and in some other time we do not get the effect. PSR I-425 has some Indian tones & tabla rhytms, which is not available in any other model. So in my opinion, you may begin with PSR E413 or I425 and upgrade to S700 or S800 at a later date. Generally there are a lot of rhythm patterns, out of which, a few have been provided in the Keyboard.
We will be using these note positions from the C major scale fingering, to play the Geetham in Raga Mohanam. It is possible that Varaveena is most often sung with much less complexity when taught to beginners, but when you apply the gamakas you will see how it can sound interesting.


Listening to recordings of the song will show you that the usage of gamakas can be different in different recordings, and some parts of the song may not strictly follow just one kind of ascend or descend pattern. For example, even when we say Ri, it can be played as a movement starting from Sa, go to Ga and then come to the Ri. Divya music is a global music school - Sangit vidyalaya, offering regular and online vocal music, Instumental music and dance classes.
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Though it is a bit heavy to carry, the tones are really pleasant and very good for accompaniment.
But it is necessary that the person who plays the keyboard understands the gamakas well, and practices his fingering well, such that he can bring out the maximum carnatic feel from the instrument. Some guitar tones, in particular Jazz Guitar tone is the most suitable one for playing carnatic music.
To have a perfect control over the effect, we have to analyse it carefully, applying proper finger pressure. We can strike on the consonant, but since vowel doesn’t have an emphasis of its own, we need to use slurs to play the vowels.
The famous vocalist, Indian classical singers like Amir Khan, Ustad Bade Ghuam Ali Khan, Pandit Jasraj, Kishori Amonkar, Faiyaz Khan, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Ustad Rashid Khan, M S Subbulakshmi etc.
There are some keyboard artists who have done a lot of practice in these areas, but yet bringing 100% correct gamakas is impossible in keyboard, when compared to manual instruments.
If you are looking for a Keyboards at higher price range, say around $800 - 900, you may go for PSR S700 or S800. While learning the basic lessons, it is better to play lessons with simple rhythm patterns like 8 beat (or) 16 beat. Next we will add a few slurs when using the Lyrics or Saahithyam of the song instead of swaras. Later we will add a few slurs to make it closer to how a Carnatic singer would sing the song. In Indian classical, it is possible that swaras are inherently assigned movement based on the raga it belongs to, independent of the lyrics being a vowel or not. Similarly, notice the way each swara is played in Arohana and Avarohana; sense if there is any difference between the two. In fact, even in the case of single Dha, we can use the trailing Dha to Sa movement: (Sa Dha Sa) in place of one note of Dha. One strike on Sa, move immediately to Ga and back to Ri – the whole movement is what we will name as Ri. The observation that the gamaka starts from the previous swara in the Arohana or Avarohana order makes the feeling stronger that the rules were made from the natural flow of notes, to assist the flow further.



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