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Sunday, 21 January 2018

where to buy musical instruments?


Musical instrument like flute, guitar, harmonium, keyboard, piano etc. has very less demand in market, so it has very less showrooms. 

Only in big cities one can locate music instrument shops. 

So all music shop enjoyes monopoly. 

I suggest not to purchase music instrument from showroom, but go for online purchase. Amazon is one of the best option. 

May times it is seen that people when purchase for the first time they invest in very cheap instrument, which is wrong, because cheap instrument gives substandard results. 

Some people gets excited and purchase very expensive instrument, which again is wrong. Because in common family investment in instrument is considered as waste of money. So the "artist" has to listen demotivating remarks in family. and before learning anything he loses his motivation to play the instrument.

So balancing this, do not go for very expensive instrument, as well do not purchase any cheap material instrument. 

Keep yourself motivating. Join a music class, whatever worst it is, because in music class we get motivation to learn. Many times music instructor himself is a negative person. Still you have to motivate yourself.

Call me or whatsapp me on +919723106181 DR.Joshi, get motivated. Learn music. All the best

HOW TO READ SHEET MUSIC: CHANNEL YOUR INNER MUSICIAN WITH THESE SIMPLE STEPS!

HOW TO READ SHEET MUSIC: CHANNEL YOUR INNER MUSICIAN WITH THESE SIMPLE STEPS!


Have you ever heard a song on the radio and thought, “Hey, it’d be really cool to know how to play that.”? Do you have friends who play musical instruments, and you want to get in on the fun? Do you just want to expand your general artistic knowledge? Well, learning the basics of how to read sheet music can help you achieve all of these, and in a shorter amount of time than you might have thought!
At its very simplest, music is a language just like you’d read aloud from a book. The symbols you’ll see on pages of sheet music have been used for hundreds of years. And they represent the pitch, speed and rhythm of the song they convey, as well as expression and techniques used by a musician to play the piece. Think of the notes as the letters, the measures as the words, the phrases as the sentences and so forth. Learning to read music really does open up a whole new world to explore!
Follow our step-by-step introduction to the language of music below, download your FREE tools at the end of this article, and you’ll be playing along in no time at all.

Step 1: Learn the Basic Symbols of Notation

Music is made up of a variety of symbols, the most basic of which are the staff, the clefs and the notes. All music contains these fundamental components, and in order to learn how to read music, you must first familiarize yourself with these basics.

The Staff

The staff consists of five lines and four spaces. Each of those lines and each of those spaces represents a different letter, which in turn represents a note. Those lines and spaces represent notes named A-G, and the note sequence moves alphabetically up the staff.
The-Staff

Treble Clef

There are two main clefs with which to familiarize yourself; the first is a treble clef. The treble clef has the ornamental letter G on the far left side. The G’s inner swoop encircles the “G” line on the staff. The treble clef notates the higher registers of music, so if your instrument has a higher pitch, such as a flute, violin or saxophone, your sheet music is written in the treble clef.  Higher notes on a keyboard also are notated on the treble clef.
The-Treble-Clef
We use common mnemonics to remember the note names for the lines and spaces of the treble clef. For lines, we remember EGBDF by the word cue “Every Good Boy Does Fine.” Similarly for the spaces, FACE is just like the word “face.”

Bass Clef

The line between the two bass clef dots is the “F” line on the bass clef staff, and it’s also referred to as the F clef. The bass clef notates the lower registers of music, so if your instrument has a lower pitch, such as a bassoon, tuba or cello, your sheet music is written in the bass clef. Lower notes on your keyboard also are notated in the bass clef.
The-Bass-Clef
A common mnemonic to remember note names for the lines of the bass clef is: GBDFA “Good Boys Do Fine Always.” And for the spaces: ACEG, “All Cows Eat Grass.”

Notes

Notes placed on the staff tell us which note letter to play on our instrument and how long to play it. There are three parts of each note, the note head, the stem and the flag.
In order to know how to read music, you must learn the parts of a musical note.
Every note has a note head, either filled (black) or open (white). Where the note head sits on the staff (either on a line or a space) determines which note you will play. Sometimes, note heads will sit above or below the five lines and four spaces of a staff. In that case, a line is drawn through the note, above the note or below the note head, to indicate the note letter to play, as in the B and C notes above.
The note stem is a thin line that extends either up or down from the note head. The line extends from the right if pointing upward or from the left if pointing downward. The direction of the line doesn’t affect how you play the note, but serves as a way to make the notes easier to read while allowing them to fit neatly on the staff. As a rule, any notes at or above the B line on the staff have downward pointing stems, those notes below the B line have upward pointing stems.
The note flag is a curvy mark to the right of the note stem. Its purpose is to tell you how long to hold a note. We’ll see below how a single flag shortens the note’s duration, while multiple flags can make it shorter still.
Learn musical note values in order to know how to read music.
Now that you know the parts to each note, we’ll take a closer look at those filled and open note heads discussed above. Whether a note head is filled or open shows us the note’s value, or how long that note should be held. Start with a closed note head with a stem. That’s our quarter note, and it gets one beat. An open note head with a stem is a half note, and it gets two beats. An open note that looks like an “o” without a stem is a whole note, and it gets held for four beats.
You need to learn note values in order to read sheet music.
There are other ways to extend the length of a note. A dot after the note head, for example, adds another half of that note’s duration to it. So, a half note with a dot would equal a half note and a quarter note; a quarter note with a dot equals a quarter plus an eighth note. A tie may also be used to extend a note. Two notes tied together should be held as long as the value of both of those notes together, and ties are commonly used to signify held notes that cross measures or bars.
Learn how to read music by counting musical notes
Learn how to read sheet music by counting musical notes
The opposite may also happen, we can shorten the amount of time a note should be held, relative to the quarter note. Faster notes are signified with either flags, like the ones discussed above, or with beams between the notes. Each flag halves the value of a note, so a single flag signifies 1/2 of a quarter note, a double flag halves that to 1/4 of a quarter note, et cetera. Beams do the same, while allowing us to read the music more clearly and keep the notation less cluttered. As you can see, there’s no difference in how you count the eighth and 16th notes above. Follow along with the sheet music for “Alouette” to see how beams organize notes!
But what happens when there isn’t a note taking up each beat? It’s easy, we take a rest! A rest, just like a note, shows us how long it should be held based on its shape. See how whole and quarter rests are used in the song “Here We Go Looby-Loo.”
Learn how to read sheet music with rests

Step 2: Pick Up the Beat

In order to play music, you need to know its meter, the beat you use when dancing, clapping or tapping your foot along with a song. When reading music, the meter is presented similar to a fraction, with a top number and a bottom number, we call this the song’s time signature. The top number tells you how many beats to a measure, the space of staff in between each vertical line (called a bar). The bottom number tells you the note value for a single beat, the pulse your foot taps along with while listening.
Learn how to play sheet music with a 4/4 time signature.
In the example above, the time signature is 4/4, meaning there are 4 beats per bar and that every quarter note gets one beat. Click here to listen to sheet music written in 4/4 time, and try counting along 1,2,3,4 – 1,2,3,4 with the beat numbers above.
In the example below, the time signature is 3/4, meaning there are 3 beats per bar and that every quarter note gets one beat. Click here to listen to sheet music written in 3/4 time, try counting the beats, 1,2,3 – 1,2,3.
Learn how to read sheet music with a 3/4 time signature.
Let’s look again at the above examples, notice that even though the 4/4 time signature in “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” calls for 4 beats per bar, there aren’t 4 notes in second bar? That’s because you have two quarter notes and one half note, which added together equal 4 beats.
In addition to your note values and time signature, the last piece to feeling the rhythm is knowing your tempo, or beats per minute. Tempo tells you how fast or slow a piece is intended to be played, and often is shown at the top of a piece of sheet music. A tempo of, say 60 BPM (beats per minute) would mean you’d play 60 of the signified notes every minute or a single note every second. Likewise, a tempo of 120 would double the speed at 2 notes every second.  You may also see Italian words like “Largo,” “Allegro” or “Presto” at the top of your sheet music, which signify common tempos. Musicians use a tool, called a metronome, to help them keep tempo while practicing a new piece. Click here to see an online metronome tool, and click on the circles next to the BPM values to see how a tempo can speed up and slow down.
Tempo examples you might come across when learning how to play sheet music.

Step 3: Play a Melody

Congratulations, you’re almost on your way to reading music! First, let’s look at scales. A scale is made of eight consecutive notes, for example, the C major scale is composed of C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C. The interval between the first note of your C major scale and the last is an example of an octave. The C major scale is very important to practice, since once you have the C scale down, the other major scales will start to fall into place. Each of the notes of a C major scale corresponds with a white key on your keyboard. Here’s how a C major scale looks on a staff and how that corresponds to the keys on your keyboard:
Learn how to play a scale
How to play a C scale on the piano
You’ll notice that as the notes ascend the staff, and move to the right on your keyboard, the pitch of the notes gets higher. But, what about the black keys? Musically, whole tones, or whole steps between the note letters, would limit the sounds we’re able to produce on our instruments. Let’s consider the C major scale you just learned to play. The distance between the C and the D keys in your C scale is a whole step, however the distance between the E and the F keys in your C scale is a half step. Do you see the difference? The E and the F keys don’t have a black key in between them, thus they’re just a half step away from one another. Every major scale you’ll play on a keyboard has the same pattern, whole-whole-half-whole-whole-whole-half. There are many other types of scales, each with unique sounds, like minor scales, modal scales and more that you’ll come across later on, but for now let’s focus just on major scales and the major scale pattern. Look at the C major scale again on the keyboard below.
Steps-on-a-Keyboard
Semitones, or half-steps on the keyboard, allow us to write an infinite variety of sounds into music. A sharp, denoted by the ♯ symbol, means that note is a semitone (or half step) higher than the note head to its right on sheet music. Conversely, a flat, denoted by a ♭ symbol, means the note is a semitone lower than the note head to its right. You’ll notice on the keyboard picture and notated staff below, showing each half step between the C and the E notes, that whether you use the sharp or the flat of a note depends on whether you’re moving up or down the keyboard.
Learn how to read sheet music using sharp notes
Learn how to read sheet music using flat notes.
There’s one more symbol to learn regarding semitones, and that’s the natural, denoted by a ♮. If a note is sharp or flat, that sharp or flat extends throughout the measure, unless there’s a natural symbol. A natural  cancels a sharp or flat within a measure or a song. Here’s what playing C to E would look like with natural symbols.
How to read sheet music with natural symbols.
Finally, in order to read music, you’ll need to understand key signatures. You actually already know one key signature, the key of C! The C major scale you learned above was in the key of C. Scales are named after their tonic, the preeminent note within the scale, and the tonic determines what key you play in. You can start a major scale on any note, so long as you follow the whole-whole-half-whole-whole-whole-half pattern. Now, following that pattern in keys other than the key of C will require you to use sharps and flats. Since that’s the case, we place the sharps or flats for your song’s key signature right before the meter, after the clef, on your sheet music. That tells you to maintain those sharps or flats throughout the music, unless of course there’s a natural symbol to override it. You will begin to recognize the key signatures of pieces based on what sharps or flats are shown. Here’s a quick glimpse at some key signatures using sharps and flats:

Learn how to read sheet music with sharp key signatures.
Learn how to play sheet music with flat key signatures.

What is Music Therapy?

What is Music Therapy?

Music Therapy is the clinical and proof based utilization of music intercessions to achieve individualized objectives inside a helpful relationship by a credentialed proficient who has finished an affirmed music treatment program.

Music Therapy is a built up wellbeing calling in which music is utilized inside a restorative relationship to address physical, passionate, intellectual, and social needs of people. In the wake of surveying the qualities and requirements of every customer, the qualified music advisor gives the demonstrated treatment including making, singing, moving to, and additionally tuning in to music. Through melodic inclusion in the restorative setting, customers' capacities are reinforced and exchanged to different parts of their lives. Music treatment likewise gives roads to correspondence that can be useful to the individuals who think that its hard to convey what needs be in words. Research in music treatment underpins its viability in numerous territories, for example, general physical restoration and encouraging development, expanding individuals' inspiration to wind up plainly occupied with their treatment, giving passionate help to customers and their families, and giving an outlet to articulation of emotions.

What Music Therapy Is... what's more, Is Not

The American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) underpins music for all and acclaims the endeavors of people who share their music-production and time; we say music should as much as possible! In any case, clinical music treatment is the main expert, investigate based teach that effectively applies strong science to the imaginative, passionate, and invigorating encounters of music for wellbeing treatment and instructive objectives. The following are a couple of imperative realities about music treatment and the credentialed music advisors who hone it:

Music advisors must have a four year certification or higher in music treatment from one of AMTA's 72 endorsed schools and colleges, including 1200 hours of clinical preparing.

Music advisors must hold the MT-BC accreditation, issued through the Certification Board for Music Therapists, which secures general society by guaranteeing able practice and requiring proceeding with training. A few states additionally require licensure for board-ensured music specialists.

Music Therapy is a proof based wellbeing calling with a solid research establishment.

Music Therapy degrees require information in brain research, medication, and music.

These cases of restorative music are important, yet are not clinical music treatment:

A man with Alzheimer's tuning in to an iPod with earphones of his/her main tunes

Gatherings, for example, Bedside Musicians, Musicians on Call, Music Practitioners, Sound Healers, and Music Thanatologists

Big names performing at doctor's facilities as well as schools

A piano player in the entryway of a doctor's facility

Medical caretakers playing ambient melodies for patients

Specialists in living arrangement

Expressions instructors

A secondary school understudy playing guitar in a nursing home

A choir singing on the pediatric floor of a healing facility

At long last, here are illustrations what credentialed music specialists do:

Work with Congresswoman Giffords to recapture her discourse in the wake of surviving a slug twisted to her mind.

Work with more seasoned grown-ups to decrease the impacts of dementia.

Work with youngsters and grown-ups to decrease asthma scenes.

Work with hospitalized patients to diminish torment.

Work with youngsters who have extreme introvertedness to enhance correspondence abilities.

Work with untimely newborn children to enhance rest examples and increment weight pick up.

Work with individuals who have Parkinson's malady to enhance engine work.

AMTA's main goal is to propel open consciousness of the advantages of music treatment and increment access to quality music treatment benefits in a quickly evolving world. With regards to the decent variety of music utilized as a part of human services, custom curriculum, and different settings, AMTA unequivocally suggests the exceptional learning and expertise of board guaranteed music specialists.

Thursday, 11 May 2017

कीबोर्ड सीखने का आसान तरीका- nagin (old) धुन, tutorial for keyboard

कीबोर्ड सीखने का आसान तरीका- nagin (old) धुन, tutorial for keyboard 

 

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कीबोर्ड सीखने का आसान तरीका- कर्ज (पुरानी फिल्म) धुन, tutorial for keyboard



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कीबोर्ड सीखने का आसान तरीका- कर्ज (पुरानी फिल्म) धुन, tutorial for keybo...

कीबोर्ड सीखने का आसान तरीका- हीरो धुन, tutorial for keyboard hero,

Friday, 28 April 2017

Tuze dekha to ye jana sanam- keyboard tutorial for inspiration

jag ghumiya - keyboard tutorial for inspiration

Nagin dhun by a Nil from surat

pal pal dil ke paas played by a small child from Surat

O sathi re, tere bina bhi kya jina, keyboard tute for inspiration

cchukar mere manako kiya tune kya ishara, keyboard tute for inspiration

dil ke zarokhe me tuzako bithakar, keyboard tute for inspiration

jina yaha marana yaha, keyboard tute for inspiration

main tenu samjawa ki keyboard tutorial for inspiration

zindagai ek safar keyboard tutorial for inspiration

janam janam keyboard tutorial for inspiration

hero tune_nagin tune_Karj tune- keyboard tutorial for inspiration

jeena jeena keyboard tutorial for inspiration

Zindagi ek safar keyboard tute for inspiration

Zindagi ek safar keyboard tute for inspiration



Zindagi ek safar keyboard tute for inspiration. . Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

Papa kehate hai keyboard tute for inspiration

Papa kehate hai keyboard tute for inspiration



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Me tenu samajhawaki keyboard tute for inspiration

Me tenu samajhawaki keyboard tute for inspiration


 

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jeena jeena keyboard tute for inspiration

jeena jeena keyboard tute for inspiration



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Janam Janam keyboard tute for inspiration


Janam Janam  keyboard tute for inspiration



Janam Janam  keyboard tute for inspiration. . Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

Jag ghumiya keyboard tute for inspiration

Jag ghumiya keyboard tute for inspiration


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Hero tune , karz (old) tune, Nagin tune keyboard tute for inspiration

Hero tune , karz (old) tune, Nagin tune  keyboard tute for inspiration


Hero tune , karz (old) tune, Nagin tune  keyboard tute for inspiration. . Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

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Thursday, 27 April 2017

Tuze dekha to ye jana sanam- keyboard tutorial for inspiration



Tuze dekha to ye jaana sanam  keyboard tute for inspiration




Tuze dekha to ye jaana sanam  keyboard tute for inspiration. . Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

Saturday, 22 April 2017

suhana safar, keyboard tute for inspiration


suhana safar, keyboard tute for inspiration

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O sathi re , keyboard tute for inspiration

O sathi re , keyboard tute for inspiration

O sathi re , keyboard tute for inspiration. Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

jina yaha marana yaha, keyboard tute for inspiration

jina yaha marana yaha keyboard tute for inspiration

jina yaha marana yaha, keyboard tute for inspiration. Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

dil ke zarokhe me tuzako bithakar, keyboard tute for inspiration


 dil ke zarokhe me tuzako bithakar, keyboard tute for inspiration


 dil ke zarokhe me tuzako bithakar, keyboard tute for inspiration. Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

cchukar mere manako kiya tune kya ishara, keyboard tute for inspiration


cchukar mere manako kiya tune kya ishara, keyboard tute for inspiration


cchukar mere manako kiya tune kya ishara, keyboard tute for inspiration. Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

Friday, 21 April 2017

pal pal dil ke paas , keyboard tute for inspiration

pal pal dil ke paas , keyboard tute for inspiration






pal pal dil ke paas , keyboard tute for inspiration. Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

Nagin Dhun , keyboard tute for inspiration

Nagin Dhun , keyboard tute for inspiration







Nagin Dhun  , keyboard tute for inspiration. Here it is a small child is playing the tune. After watching this video your confidence will get boost up..if HE can ..I CAN. its very easy to play any song if perfect saragam is available with you. Dr. Joshi, Who is child psychologist, who is a freelancer music teacher, has discovered new methods of learning. He is giving training for few hours and a person is ready to play a song on Keyboard. Very soon he is going to set Limka record for fastest Keyboard learning techniques of India.. please visit for more saragam http://saragamforkeyboardguitar.blogspot.in

Saturday, 15 April 2017

sargam hindi geetonki for keyboard guitar main tenu samajhawan ki Arijit मैं तेनु समझावांकी Arijit


 sargam hindi geetonki for keyboard guitar main tenu samajhawan ki Arijit मैं तेनु समझावांकी Arijit
PART II
HERE IS  OTHER VERSION  BY Arijit Singh 

sargam hindi geetonki -for keyboard-guitar- main-tenu-samajhawan ki- Arijit मैं तेनु समझावांकी Arijit

(नहीं जीना तेरे बाजू नहीं जीना तेरे बाजू नहीं जीना तेरे बाजू नहीं जीना नहीं जीना)
मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा जो लग दा जी                                                                    पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
 मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा जो लग दा जी                                              पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
तू की जाणे प्या ‍र मेरा  मैं करा इंतजार तेरा  तू दिल तू यो जान मेरी
पग-पधपध-धनिप-पगगसांनिध-सांनिरेंनिधप- पपनिसांगंरें-सांनिधपमपग
मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा जो लाग दा जी                                  पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
हाय तू की जाणे प्या ‍र मेरा  मैं करा इंतजार तेरा तू दिल तूयो जान मेरी
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मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा‍ जो लाग दा जी                                   पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
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मेरे दिल विच रैके  मेरे दिल्दा हाल ना जाणे                                             गमपप-प-पधधध- पम-धध-धरेंसांनिधप
तेरे बा जो कैलेआ बैके रोंदे नैण नु माणे                                                गमपप-प-पधधध- पम-धध-धरेंसांनिधप
जीना मेरा होए मरना मेरा नाल तेरे सी करतवार मेरा                                 पनिनिसां निधप-पनिरेंसां-सांगंरेंगंरेंसांधप-धप
मैं करा इंतजार तेरा  तू दिल तू यो जान मेरी                                              पगगसांनिध-सांनिरेंनिधप- पपनिसांगंरें-सांनिधपमपग
मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा‍ जो लाग दा जी
पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
(वे चंगा नहियों कीता बीवा
वे चंगा नहियों कीता बीबा
दिल मेरा तोड़ के
वे बड़ा पछताइयां आखाँ
वे बड़ा पछताइयां आखाँ
नाल तेरे जोड़ के)
सुंजिआ सुंजिआ दिल दिआं गलिआं, सुंजिआ मेरि अबा‍‍‍‍‍‍ ‍वां
आजा तेरिआं खशबो ‍वानू लब दिआं मेरी असावां तेरे बिना‍ होए‍
कि वे करांदू दूर उदासी दिल बेकरार मेरा
मैं करा इंतजार तेरा,  तू दिल तू यो जान मेरी
मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा‍ जो लाग दा जी
,हाय तू की जाणे प्या ‍र मेरा  मैं करा इंतजार तेरा  तू दिल तू यो जान मेरी
मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा जो लग दा जी

 

sargam hindi geetonki -for keyboard-guitar- main tenu samajhawan ki-aaliya bhatt- मैं तेनु समझावांकी

me tenu samazawaki - aaliya bhatt

मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा जो लग दा जी                                                                      पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
 मैं तेनु समझा वांकी ना तेरे बा जो लग दा जी                                   पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
तू की जाणे प्या ‍र मेरा  मैं करा इंतजार तेरा  तू दिल तू यो जान मेरी,जान मेरी (2)
  पग-पधपध-धनिप-पगगसांनिध-सांनिरेंनिधप- पपनिसांगंरें-सांनिधपमपग-सांनिधपमपग(2)
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 मेरे दिल ने चुनलैयाने तेरे दिल दियां राहां                                           गमपप-प-पधधध- पम-धध-धरेंसांनिधप
तू जो मेरे नाल तू रहता तुरपे मेरीया साहा  
गमपप-प-पधधध- पम-धध-धरेंसांनिधप
जीना मेरा होए हुण्ड है तेरा की मैं करां
पनिनिसां निधप-पनिरेंसां-सांगंरेंगंरेंसांधप-धप
तू कर ऐतबार मेरा मैं करूँ इन्तेजार तेरा
गग पधपध-धनिप-पगगसांनिध-सांनिरेंनिधप
 तू दिल तूयो जान मेरी,जान मेरी(2) मैं तेनु समझावां की ना तेरे बिना लागदा जी
पपनिसांगंरें-सांनिधपमपग-सांनिधपमपग(2) पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा-पगपगसासारे-रेगगसा
वे चंगा नहियों कीता बीवा वे चंगा नहियों कीता बीबा
सांनिसांनिसां-धसांसांसांनिरेंसां- सांनिसांनिसांधसांसां
दिल मेरा तोड़ के वे बड़ा पछताइयां आखाँ
धपधधम-मपधपप-सांनिसांनिसां-धसांसांसांनिरेंसां
वे बड़ा पछताइयां आखाँ नाल तेरे जोड़ के
 सांनिसांनिसां-धसांसां- धपधधम-मपधपप
तेनु छड्ड के कित्थे जवान तू मेरा परछांवा
तेरे मुखड़े विच ही मैं तान रब नु अपने पावां
मेरी दुआ हाय सजदा तेरा करदी सदा
तू सुन इक़रार मेरा मैं करूँ इंतज़ार तेरा
तू दिल तुइयो जान मेरी मैं तेनु समझावां की ना तेरे बिना लागदा जी

Please download Aaliya Bhatt this song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoCz3Vx1pXg

 

 

sargam hindi geetonki -for keyboard-guitar- main tenu samajhawan ki-aaliya bhatt- मैं तेनु समझावांकी

Tips To Follow: 

1) To learn fast you have to listen particular song again and again and again. Up to suppose 50 times in a day.I have given song at the bottom, download in your cell to listen again and again.  Then your heart and all feeling will get concentrate on its Saragam, i.e. rhythm. Don't worry about words. Don't feel shy to sing song with yourself.  

2)Take printout of this song lyrics. Keep it handy with you. By keeping ear phone on, keep this page in front of you.And start to sing with the song. Make a small print i.e. half or still small size of A4(normal xerox) paper. So while traveling you can carry it or you can put it in your valet. 

3) Saragam can be different for different "ears" (masters)you can play on any 'note' That is, low or high. So no saragam is (technically) perfect, but still every saragam is perfect (by its creators and listeners view) One can find saragam on Lalalala note one can create by Dadadada or just by HUmmmmmm etc. Still I believe you can play it easily on any instrument.  

4) Saragam is actually the rhythm where lyrical words are inserted.you can also make parody songs.. 
That is the reason, on any instrument you can play only one stanza then its only the repetition of saragam. So while playing any song please remember you have to prepare for 4 to 5 lines only.  
 Study the saragam above. It is same only lyrical words changed. This means if you got one line of saragam you can play two lines of song. This happens many times . So do not get tension to remember total saragam for total song of 3/4 stanzas. . 

5) So first of all try to find out similarity within saragam. For Old songs the lyrics were into 'meter' so its always easy to play with old songs. If you are a beginner i will suggest to go for old songs. 
6) Very Important tip... while playing any note try to understand for how much time you have to wait on that note. If it is fast to move or you have to linger on it. For example if you want to play Keyboard, play on Harmonica or Synth mode where you will find lingering note than keyboard on Piano mode. 

7)  If you have purchased keyboard, do not forget to buy Head phone for it. This will help you to concentrate only on song and practice. Plus other than you (your family members) should not get irritated with noise created by you. (Even if you choose low volume) If you are a miser, use cell phone ear plugs.    

8)There is no different  saragam for different instruments like keyboard, Guitar, Flute or any other. Try to sing rhythm by using saragam. Avoid to sing using only lyrics. Then its easy to play on any instrument. 

9) If you are a very beginner, then please do finger exercise. Means while playing Keyboard or Guitar you have to star to press the button from left and come to right and vice versa. Do it for 1 hour a day. for three days.  
For guitar also press a string and play . you can get finger exercise on one string start to end then end to start. For every string. from thin to thick. Then by its sections (known as frate) i.e. start from top to bottom by not moving left hand position. Only strings keeps changing.  

10) finger exercise is must for 4 to 5 days. You will find pains in palm, fingers or vain.  There might be swelling on it. At this point many player quit. But apply Balm on it but do not stop practicing.