Hindustani Slide Guitar Part 2 | Learn Indian Ragas

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The Indian Slide Guitar Curriculum

 

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Module 1 - Raga Khmamaj - 43.29
Module 2 - Raga Chandrakauns - 54.39
  • Performing Sobhana De 6.24
  • Guitar Tuning For Raga Chandrakauns 3.27
  • The Hindustani Classical Structure 11.02
  • Learning The Tintal Rhythm 4.32
  • Sthai – The First Part Of The Melody 3.06
  • Antara – Second Part Of The Melody 5.55
  • Studying The First Tane 4.07
  • Studying The Second Tane 1.05
  • Studying The Third Tane 3 2.20
  • Studying The Fourth Tane 1.26
  • How To Play Tihai Number 1 3.37
  • How To Play Tihai Number 2 3.41
  • How To Play Tihai Number 3 2.40
  • Thank You For Watching 1.17

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Fernando Perez is a master musician who began playing Spanish guitar aged seven and by the following year was enrolled in the Zaragoza music conservatory. He has since dedicated 40 years to immersing himself in the detailed study of each of the worlds’ major, and lesser known guitar styles. From B.B Kings’ Hollywood blues club to Egypt’s Alexandria Opera House, Fernando has performed the world over for music lovers, guitar enthusiasts and royalty alike (ranging from Kings and Queens to Prince – the artist formerly known as.)

Having contributed to multiple Grammy award winning productions, released over 20 of his own world guitar dedicated albums and featured on educational publications by Hal Leonard, Universal and Warner, Fernando takes his inspiration from an ever unquenched thirst for musical knowledge.

He’s studied and/or taught traditional music at Maui Music Conservatory (Hawaii), Istanbul University (Turkey), Shanghai Music conservatory (China), Labyrinth Music Centre (Greece), Musicians Institute (USA) and after hearing the Indian guitar sounds of V.M. Bhatt and Debashish Bhattacharya he moved to India to spend the next three years studying in Jaipur. Of his experience there, Perez says that the most important lesson he learnt was this: the master musician is not the technical virtuoso like in the West but the one who truly conveys so well the character of the Raga/person that it is manifested in the place.”

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