Caranatic Music Percussion Theory (Code No. 033) Format for Theory Examination for Class – XI 11th
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CARNATIC (PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTAL)
Syllabus for Class XI 11th
Periods : 135 Max. Marks : 25
MRIDANGAM (CODE NO. 033)
One Theory Total Marks: 100 3 Hours
Marks: 30 72 Periods
History and Theory of Indian Music
- Brief history of Carnatic Music with special reference to laya and percussion in Silappadikaram, Natya Sastra, Tala Deepikai, Brihaddesi, Sangita, Samprodaya Pradarsini.
- Short life sketch and contributions of the following: Patnam Subramany Iyer, Poochi (Ramnad) Srinivas Iyenger, Swati Tirunal, Dikshitar and Syama Sastry, Tyagaraja.
- Unique contribution of the following luminaries: Narayana Swamy Appa, Mamunidiya Pillai, Dakshinamurti Pillai and Alagunambi Pillai.
- Definition and explanation of the following: Nada, Sruti, Svara, Laya, Raga, Tala, Jati, Gati, Suladi+Sapta+Talas, Karani, Vettu Thattu, Hechchu, Taggu, Mohra and Korvai, Meettu, Chapu and Arachapu.
- The candidates should be able to write in notation of the percussion korvais in Adi and Rupaka talas.
- Knowledge of construction of the chosen percussion instrument.
- Basic knowledge of the construction and techniques of Ghatam. The candidate should be able to describe the Kanjira, Tavil and Morsing.
- Tattakarams (or Konnakkol) of the talas learnt.
One Practical Paper Marks: 70
- Ability to play the following talas with elaboration. Adi and Rupakam Talas powering atleast two Nadais.
- Tekas and Mohras in different talas with Teermanam and Korvias.
- Tuning of the instrument.
- Ability to render orally the sollukattus of the various patterns in Adi, Rupaka and Chapu Talas.
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