Joe's ochestra

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Joe's ochestra

  1. 1. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS INDIAN and western CLASSICAL MUSIC
  2. 2. INDEX  MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 1.INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC 2.WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC HISTORY OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TYPES OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
  3. 3. OBJECTIVES • THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO LEARN DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. • THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DIFFRENTIATE THE INSTRUMENTS OF INDIAN AND WESTERN MUSIC.
  4. 4. HISTORY OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS• There are many types of musical instruments which people have used since ancient times. Many musical instruments were developed to accompany religious singing. Depictions of Mira, a devotee of Lord Krishna in many antique art works and other such depictions show the significance of musical instruments in worship. The most well-known Indian musical instruments then and now are the sitar and the tabla though today the Indian musical instruments market may include many different instruments.
  5. 5. HARMONIUM IT IS THE MOST ANCIENT INSRUMENT IN MUSIC.IT IS USED FOR CREATING BACKGROUND MUSIC.A SINGER CAN NOT SING WITHOUT TAKING IT’S HELP. IT HAS ONE DHAMAN.WHEN WE PULL IT COME CLOSER AND CREATES SOUNDS BY PUTTING FINGERS ON WOODEN SLIDES.IT HAS THREE SAPTAKS………. 1.MANDRA SAPTAK 2.MADHYA SAPTAK 3.TAAR SAPTAK
  6. 6. V I O L I N • The violin is a bowed string instrument with four string tuned in perfect fifths. The word "violin" comes to us through the Romance languages from the Middle Latin word vitula, meaning "stringed instrument";[1] this word may also be the source of the Germanic "fiddle". • A person who plays the violin is called a violinist or fiddler, and a person who makes or repairs them
  7. 7. • The mridangam ( Tamil: மிரதஙகம்) is a percussion instrument from South India. It is the primary rhythmic accompaniment in a Carnatic music ensemble. Alternate spellings include mridanga, mrudangam, mrdangam, mrithangam miruthangam and
  8. 8. TABLA TABLA IS THE MOST RHYTHMIC INSTRUMENTIN INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC.IT HAS TWO PARTS,ONE IS WOODEN AND ANOTHER ONE IS STEEL MADE COVERED WITH NIKIL. IT IS DIVIDED INTO SIX PARTS>>> KUBH,DIVAL,DUGGI,LANGOT E,PUDI,GATTE. This is the name for Indian drums which are usually made from wood with animal-skin covers on top.
  9. 9. TRUMPETTRUMPET • The trumpet is a musical instrument in the brass family. It has the highest register in the brass section. A musician who plays the trumpet is called a trumpet player or trumpeter. The most common trumpet by far is a transposing instrument pitched in B flat - the note read as middle C sounds as the B flat 2 semitones below - but there are many other trumpets in this family of instruments.
  10. 10. GUITARS ARE RECOGNIZED AS OF THE PRIMARY INSTRUMENTS IN ROCK AND POP MUSIC.THE TONE IS PRODUCED BY VIBRATION OF THE STRINGS AND MODULATED BY THE HOLLOW BODY OR THEY MAY RELY ON AN AMPLIFIER THAT CAN ELECTRONICALLY MANIPULATE TONE. • Traditionally guitars have usually been constructed of combinations of various woods and strung with animal gut, or more recently, with either nylon or steel strings. Guitars are made and THE GUITAR IS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT WITH ANCIENT ROOTS THAT IS USED IN VIDE VARIETY OF MUSICAL STYLES.IT TYPICALLY HAS SIX STRINGS,BUT FOUR,SEVEN,EIGHT,TEN AND TWELVE STRINGS GUITARS EXIST.
  11. 11. SHEHENAI This instrument is usually played at auspicious events and ceremonies THIS INSTRUMENT HAS AN APPROXIMATELY CYLINDRICAL BORE AND USES A SINGLE REED.
  12. 12. D R U M Drums consist of at least one MEMBRANE, called a DRUMHEAD or drum skin, that is stretched over a shell and struck, either directly with parts of a player's body, or with some sort of implement such as aDRUMSTIC, to produce SOUND Drums are the world's oldest and most ubiquitous musical instruments, and the basic design has remained virtually unchanged for thousands of years.Most drums are considered "untuned instruments", however many modern musicians are beginning to tune drums to songs; A few such as TIMPANI are always tuned to a certain pitch. Often, several drums are arranged together to create a DRUMSET that can be played by a musician.
  13. 13. THE SITAR IS A PLUCKED STRINGED INSTRUMENT.IT USES SYMPATHETIC STRING ALONG WITH A LONG HOLLOW NECK AND A GOURD RESONATING CHAMBER TO PRODUCE A VERY RICH SOUND WITH COMPLEX HARMONIC RESONENCE.PREDOMINATELY USED IN HINDUSTANI CLASSICAL MUSIC.THIS IS THE ONLY INSTRUMENT HAVING MALE AND FEMALE CATEGORY.

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