III. Indian Classical Music: Carnatic Music: 10. Kriti, "Sadhinchane"Saint Tyagaraj Ghanaraga, Pancharatna Kritis, Sanjay Subrahmanyan & P. Unni Krishana Flashcards Preview

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1

What kind of raga is heard in Sadhinchane?

Raga Arabhi

2

What kind of genre is Sadhinchane?

Kriti

3

What instrument is heard at the beginning of Sadhinchane?

Tambura (string drone instrument)

4

What does kriti mean?

Creation

5

How long do Carnatic music concerts last?

3 hours

6

How many pieces are heard in Carnatic music?

As many as 12

7

What are the three composer-musicians who lived between about 1750 and 1850 known as? There names are Tyagaraja, Mutthuswami Diksitar, and Syama Sastri. They composed about 1500 kritis.

Trinity

8

Who composed Sadhinchane? He lived in the Tamil-language area of South India but composed in the Telugu langauge.

Tyagaraja

9

What are the three main sections in a Kriti?

Pallavi, Anupallavi, Charanam

10

What is the premier drum used in Carnatic music?

Mridangam

11

In Sadhinchane, what is the small frame drum, like a taboruine, held in the left hand and played with the right called?

Kanjira