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Students aspiring to learn Gujarati music need to have a strong command over the Gujarati language. Certain words and phrases will need to be pronounced clearly to convey the underlying message behind a song. Like any creative field, online tutorials can be good enough to draw inspiration, but if in order to learn Gujarati music the right way, it has to be learned from a music teacher. Most students go for in house music classes, but for students living outside India, especially the United States and the United Kingdom, learning from a teacher through Skype or other video conferencing tools is the most preferred method. At ipassio, there are several qualified teachers who offer classes to students all around the world. This method will be the most effective and the fastest way to learn the art form. Especially when the teachers are from Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and other parts of India, you can be confident of their authenticity.
If you'd like to learn Gujarati singing, be it Sugam geet or Lagna geet, the most effective method is learning from world-class teachers. ipassio has some of the best teachers in the industry taking online classes via Skype to students all over the world. Since the classes are customized, every student gets access to lessons based on their skill set and requirements. If you’d like to learn Gujarati music in order to perform during a sangeet ceremony at a shaadi (wedding), our teachers can give custom training for that. Students receive lessons from the comfort of their homes, without having to travel at all. For both hobbyists and professional singers, our teachers offer personalized training. Since the teachers hail from Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and other parts of the country, the lessons are taken by the most authentic exponents of the art form.
Depending on the type of gujarati singing style, the teacher will chart out a course structure for each student. Certain students prefer lagna geet, sugam geet or even shradhanjali geet. For sugam sangeet learners, students will be taken through varied rhythms and styles under the tradition. Students will learn several famous Gujarati songs from popular culture and Gujarati films including Savariyo Re Maro Savariyo and Najar Na Jaam Chhalkavi. In addition to it, for learning Gujuarati wedding songs, students will be taught several standard songs of the Vidhi-Hindu marriage tradition. These include the opening song to Ganesh, songs that accompany each step of the traditional wedding as well as the final vidaay. Some of those are: Pratham shree Ganesh, Kankotri, Mandvo, Ponkhnu, Jaan Aagman, Manglashtak, Kanya Aagman (two songs), Hastmelap, Mangal Phera, Kansar, Akhand Saubhagya. Students, in addition, will be taught traditional Gujarati devotional songs, which involve several techniques and vocal practices. This can help them considerably to prepare for a devotional concert.
Learning Gujarati classical music can be made very easy with appropriate guidance. You'll need to develop your understanding of basic ragas, rhythm patterns and a keen ear for listening. Based on your goal of learning Gujarati music, teachers can create a roadmap for your musical journey. If the student does not have any prior experience in learning music, several vocal exercises, and breathing techniques will be taught by teachers. Following which, teachers will delve into understanding the basics of musical notes and scales. Towards the end of beginners lessons, students will also learn plenty of improvisation techniques that can make their compositions sound much better.
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