Indian Classical Vocals: Ghazals & Bhajans

Intermediate

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by Ramanuj Dasgupta

50 Years Experience

Recipient of Bharat Sanskriti Samman, Nazrul award & Pride of Region award.

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Course Summary

Indian Classical Vocals: Ghazals & Bhajans takes place in 60-minute weekly sessions over the duration of 24 weeks. Expert teacher and vocalist of over five decades, Ramanuj Dasgupta will coach students through the process of learning 15 to 20 Ghazal or Bhajan compositions. Designed for both aspiring musicians and hobbyists with an appreciation of classical music, students with some musical training are welcome to enroll.

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Ramanuj Dasgupta

Experience: 50 Years

From: India

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  • Education

    GRADUATE WITH MUSIC HONOURS from RABINDRA BHARATI UNIVERSITY

  • Work Details

    MUSIC COMPOSER/ MUSIC DIRECTOR - DOORDARSHAN KOLKATA /FILMS DIVISION MUMBAI

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  • About the Course

    Instructor Ramanuj Dasgupta starts by speaking with each student to ascertain their current level of musical education and their desired outcomes. Students will have the option of learning between 15 and 20 Ghazals, Bhajans, or a mix of both. Dasgupta will provide pointers and exercises to help them prepare for musical performance. Dasgupta’s lessons will include accent and pronunciation of the Shayari, the tune and raag of the Ghazals, and voice training to enable the student to embellish songs with expression. Dasgupta will also teach students about the songwriter, the meaning, and the original raag and taal of each song, giving students a full awareness of the emotion meant to be evoked from the audience.

    As an intermediate course, those enrolling should already have a basic understanding of classical music and of literature, a good sense of rhythm, and a fundamental knowledge of Urdu and Hindi. Students will be expected to identify the 12 musical notes, and should also have knowledge of the common taals including Keherwa, Dadra, and Rupak: knowledge of the different ragas is preferred, but not required. Students will need pen and paper for taking notes, and time to commit to online lessons and independent practice. Upon completion of the course, students will be well-equipped to perform their new skills in a professional or casual setting.

    About Mr. Ramanuj Dasgupta: Ramanuj Dasgupta has been dedicated to music for fifty years. At the age of 23, he was selected to serve as a music teacher for an institution affiliated with Rabindra Bharati University in India. These years of experience have taught Dasgupta to accommodate students by getting to know their educational history, personal goals, strengths, and weaknesses, tailoring each lesson to meet their needs. Dasgupta’s musical career has lead him through the learning process of various genres and traditions. He mastered these techniques under the tutelage of many great instructors including Sri Manindra Chakroborty, famous lyricist Sri Gopal Dasgupta, renowned musical director Sri Sudhin Dasgupta, and classical maestro Pandit Amiya Ranjan Banerjee. Ramanuj Dasgupta is always continuing his musical education because he understands that mastering music is a never-ending endeavor.

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    Factoid

    Ghazal has rich and a long history, which can be traced back to 7th-century’s Arabic poetry. The increased new Islamic Sultanate presence in South Asia in the 12th century led to the prevalence of ghazal in the region. Presently, it is mainly a form of poetry across many Indian subcontinents and Turkey languages.

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