Hindustani Instrumental



The harmonium was originally a Western instrument but has been adapted to Indian Music.  Harmonium is played solo or accompanied by Light, Semi-Classical or Classical Music. This instrument has always been controversial about whether it’s suitable for Indian Music or not because of its equal-tempered tones. But with the advancement of techniques, a more authentic version of Harmonium has been produced which is suitably used in Indian Classical Music. Depending on the total number of keys (30,39,42,44,48), it comes in 2(1/2), 3(1/4), 3(1/2), 3(3/4) and 4 Octave forms size. Learning Harmonium involves Finger position, Use of Bellow and timely pressing keys, Understanding and the use of Chords, Learning all the fundamentals of Hindustani Classical Music, Playing songs using notations and learning the technique of composing your notations. 

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