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Light Music Pack For Kids

11,000.00

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 Objectives:

  • To develop a comprehensive understanding of the musical traditions of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi songs.
  • To master the techniques specific to each genre, including vocal modulation, ornamentation, and expression.
  • To cultivate an appreciation for the cultural and spiritual significance of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi music.
  • To equip students  with the skills necessary to perform Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi songs confidently and authentically.

.          Songs:

  • Ghazals:
  • "Hoshwalon Ko Khabar Kya" from the movie Sarfarosh (1999) - This song, sung by Jagjit Singh, is a quintessential example of modern Ghazals in Bollywood. It introduces students to the soulful melody and poetic depth typical of Ghazals.
  • "Tum Ko Dekha Toh Ye Khayal Aaya" from the movie Saath Saath (1982) - Sung by Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh, this song is a beautiful rendition of Ghazals that showcases intricate vocal harmonies and emotive expression.
  • Qawwali:
  • "Tumse Milke Dil Ka Hai Jo Haal" from the movie Main Hoon Na (2004) - This lively Qawwali, composed by Anu Malik and sung by Sonu Nigam and Altaf Raja, introduces students to the energetic rhythm and call-and-response format characteristic of Qawwalis.
  • "Khwaja Mere Khwaja" from the movie Jodhaa Akbar (2008) - Sung by A.R. Rahman, this devotional Qawwali captures the spiritual essence of Sufi music and exposes students to the mesmerizing Sufi poetry dedicated to saints.
  • Sufi:
  • "Kun Faya Kun" from the movie Rockstar (2011) - Composed by A.R. Rahman and sung by Mohit Chauhan, this Sufi song blends traditional Sufi elements with contemporary music, offering students a modern interpretation of Sufi music.
  • "Piya Haji Ali" from the movie Fiza (2000) - This devotional Sufi song, composed by A.R. Rahman and sung by A.R. Rahman and Kadar Ghulam Mustafa, introduces students to the rhythmic and melodic complexities of Sufi music
  • You can choose other songs as well
  • By learning and mastering these Bollywood songs spanning Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi genres  in Level 1, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the diverse musical traditions within the Indian film industry while honing their vocal skills and emotional expression.

Learning Outcomes:

Basic Understanding of Genres:

  • Gain knowledge about the historical and cultural background of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music.
  • Understand the distinguishing characteristics, themes, and musical elements of each genre.
  • Foundational Vocal Skills:
      • Develop basic vocal techniques such as breath control, pitch accuracy, and vocal resonance.
      • Practice vocal warm-ups and exercises to improve vocal range and flexibility.
  • Introduction to Repertoire:
    • Learn simple Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi songs with accessible melodies and lyrics.
    • Focus on accurate pronunciation, interpretation of lyrics, and emotional expression.

This training pack aims to provide a comprehensive and immersive learning experience in the rich musical traditions of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi songs, fostering both skill development and cultural appreciation among students over the course of Level - 1 for very beginners.

Objectives:

  • To further develop proficiency in the performance of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi songs, building upon foundational skills.
  • To refine techniques specific to each genre, including advanced vocal ornamentation, improvisation, and interpretation.
  • To deepen understanding of the poetic and musical nuances inherent in Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi repertoire.
  • To foster a deeper connection with the spiritual and cultural aspects of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi music traditions.
  • To prepare participants for more advanced study or professional performance opportunities in Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi music.

 Songs:

  • Ghazals:
  • "Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho" from the movie Arth (1982) - Sung by Jagjit Singh, this iconic Ghazal is renowned for its melancholic melody and poignant lyrics, offering students a deeper exploration of the emotional nuances in Ghazals.
  • "Jhuki Jhuki Si Nazar" from the movie Arth (1982) - Another masterpiece by Jagjit Singh, this Ghazal highlights the subtle nuances of expression and vocal dynamics essential for interpreting Ghazals.
  • Qawwali:
  • "Allah Hoo Allah Hoo" from the movie Sarfarosh (1999) - Sung by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, this powerful Qawwali showcases the virtuosity of the artist and exposes students to the improvisational nature of Qawwali performances.
  • "Bhar Do Jholi Meri" from the movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) - Sung by Adnan Sami, this emotional Qawwali evokes a sense of devotion and surrender, allowing students to explore the spiritual dimension of Qawwali music.
  • Sufi:
  • "Khwaja Mere Khwaja" from the movie Jodhaa Akbar (2008) - Sung by A.R. Rahman, this Sufi masterpiece pays homage to the revered Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, and immerses students in the mystical aura of Sufi music.
  • "Maula Mere Maula" from the movie Anwar (2007) - Composed by Mithoon and sung by Roop Kumar Rathod, this soul-stirring Sufi song delves into themes of divine love and spiritual longing, providing students with a profound musical experience.

  • You can choose any other songs as well. 
  • By learning and mastering these Bollywood songs spanning Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi genres  in Level 2, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the diverse musical traditions within the Indian film industry while honing their vocal skills and emotional expression.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Refinement of Vocal Techniques:
  • Further develop vocal skills including dynamics, phrasing, and vocal ornamentation.
  • Work on nuances such as vibrato, melisma, and vocal dynamics to enhance expressiveness.
  • Exploration of Intermediate Repertoire:
  • Dive deeper into the repertoire, exploring more complex Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi compositions.
  • Practice interpreting and performing songs with varying tempos, structures, and emotional themes.
  • Understanding Rhythmic Patterns:
  • Learn rhythmic patterns and structures specific to Qawwali music.
  • Practice maintaining rhythmic precision while singing and/or accompanying with traditional instruments.

This training pack is designed to support intermediate learners in their continued exploration and mastery of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi songs, offering a structured pathway for skill development and artistic growth for Level - 2 within a comprehensive  training course.

  1. Objectives
    Advanced Vocal Techniques:
  • Work on advanced vocal ornamentation techniques such as meend (glides) and gamak (oscillation).
  • Focus on developing a unique vocal style while staying true to the essence of each genre.
  • Advanced Repertoire:
  • Dive deeper into the repertoire, studying masterful renditions of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi songs by renowned artists.
  • Experiment with improvisation within the framework of each genre.
  • Performance Preparation:
  • Practice performance etiquette and stage presence.
  • Prepare for public performances or recitals to showcase the skills acquired throughout the training.
  1.   Songs
  • Ghazals:
  • "Tum Jo Mil Gaye Ho" from the movie Hanste Zakhm (1973) - Sung by Mohammed Rafi, this classic Ghazal explores themes of love and longing with its haunting melody and evocative lyrics, challenging students to convey deep emotions through their vocals.
  • "Aap Ki Nazron Ne Samjha" from the movie Anpadh (1962) - Sung by Lata Mangeshkar, this timeless Ghazal captivates listeners with its gentle melody and poetic imagery, providing students with an opportunity to refine their interpretation skills.
  • Qawwali:
  • "Bismillah" from the movie Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai Dobaara! (2013) - Sung by Anupam Amod, this Qawwali exudes energy and passion, inviting students to explore the rhythmic intricacies and vocal improvisation inherent in Qawwali music.
  • "Teri Mehfil Mein Qismat" from the movie Mughal-E-Azam (1960) - Sung by Mohammed Rafi and Shamshad Begum, this iconic Qawwali transports students to the royal courts of Mughal-era India with its majestic melody and grandeur.
  • Sufi:
  • "Arziyan" from the movie Delhi-6 (2009) - Sung by Javed Ali and Kailash Kher, this soulful Sufi song celebrates the spirit of communal harmony and spiritual awakening, encouraging students to explore the universal themes of love and unity.
  • "Kaisi Hai Ye Rut" from the movie Dil Chahta Hai (2001) - Sung by Srinivas and Srinivas, this melodious Sufi track captures the essence of friendship and introspection, allowing students to connect with the deeper philosophical aspects of Sufi music.

    You can choose any other songs as well.

    By learning and mastering these Bollywood songs spanning Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi genres  in Level 3, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the diverse musical traditions within the Indian film industry while honing their vocal skills and emotional expression.



  1. Learning Outcome

    Advanced Vocal Techniques:
  • Master advanced vocal ornamentation techniques such as meend (glides), gamak (oscillation), and taan (fast melodic passages).
  • Focus on developing a unique vocal style while staying true to the traditions of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music.
  • Exploration of Advanced Repertoire:
  • Study masterful renditions of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi songs by renowned artists.
  • Experiment with improvisation and personal interpretations within the framework of each genre.
  • Performance Preparation:
  • Develop confidence and stage presence through regular performance practice.

Prepare for public performances or recitals to showcase the skills acquired throughout the training.

This training pack aims to provide a comprehensive and immersive learning experience in the rich musical traditions of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi songs, fostering both skill development and cultural appreciation among students over the course of Level - 3 .

  1. Objectives

    Cultivating Artistic Expression:
  • Objective: Cultivate a personal artistic voice and interpretive style while remaining rooted in the traditions of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music.
  • Activities: Experiment with creative interpretations, explore individual musicality, and develop a unique approach to performance and expression.
  • Collaborating and Networking:
    • Objective: Collaborate with other musicians and artists to expand musical horizons and establish connections within the Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi music community.
    • Activities: Participate in ensemble performances, jam sessions, workshops, and cultural events to exchange ideas, learn from peers, and build a network of collaborators.
  • Continued Growth and Mastery:
    • Objective: Maintain a commitment to lifelong learning and ongoing mastery of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music.
    • Activities: Set personal goals for continued improvement, seek out advanced training opportunities, and engage in regular practice, performance, and self-reflection to sustain progress and excellence over time.

By following these objectives in Level - 4 , students will gain a comprehensive understanding of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music, develop advanced vocal and interpretive skills, and cultivate a deep appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of these musical traditions.





  1. Songs 
  • Ghazal
    Song: "Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo" - Various ArtistsThis timeless ghazal has been sung by various artists, including Farida Khanum and Arijit Singh. Focus on exploring different interpretations while maintaining the essence of the original composition.
  • Sufi
  • Song: "Khwaja mere Khwaja" - Film: "Delhi-6"Another rendition of the Sufi composition by A.R. Rahman, featuring vocals by Javed Ali. Pay attention to the intricate melodic embellishments and the meditative quality of the song.
    You can choose any other songs as well. 

By learning and mastering these Bollywood songs spanning Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi genres  in Level 4, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the diverse musical traditions within the Indian film industry while honing their vocal skills and emotional expression.

3. Learning Outcome

Artistic Expression and Interpretation:

  • Hone skills in interpreting lyrics and conveying emotion authentically through vocal performance.
  • Explore the deeper spiritual and philosophical themes present in Sufi music and poetry.
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  • Collaboration and Ensemble Skills:
  • Collaborate with other musicians to perform ensemble pieces or traditional Qawwali compositions.
  • Develop skills in listening, blending, and harmonizing within a group setting.
  • Continued Growth and Self-Reflection:
  • Reflect on progress and areas for improvement, setting goals for ongoing musical development.
  • Explore opportunities for further study, performance, and engagement with the broader community of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music enthusiasts.

This training pack aims to provide a comprehensive and immersive learning experience in the rich musical traditions of Ghazal, Qawwali, and Sufi songs, fostering both skill development and cultural appreciation among students over the course of Level - 4 .

Description

Our Light Music pack offers a unique and enriching experience for kids, providing them with a deep dive into the mystical world of Indian musical traditions. Through a carefully crafted curriculum and expert instruction, children embark on a transformative journey of cultural exploration, artistic expression, and personal growth.

At the heart of our training pack is a commitment to nurturing young talents and instilling in them a lifelong appreciation for the beauty and spirituality of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music. Through engaging lessons, interactive activities, and hands-on training, kids develop essential vocal techniques, rhythmic mastery, and interpretive skills that form the foundation of their musical journey.

Our program not only equips children with the technical skills needed for vocal performance but also cultivates a deep understanding of the historical, cultural, and philosophical context of each genre. By delving into the rich traditions of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music, kids gain valuable insights into the diverse tapestry of South Asian culture and heritage.

Moreover, our training pack fosters a sense of community and belonging, providing kids with opportunities to collaborate with peers, learn from experienced instructors, and showcase their talents through performances and recitals. This sense of camaraderie and support encourages children to explore their creativity, build confidence, and develop a lifelong passion for music.

Through their participation in our Light Music Pack, kids not only hone their musical abilities but also cultivate important life skills such as discipline, perseverance, and teamwork. They emerge from the program with a profound appreciation for the transformative power of music and the ability to connect with others on a deeper, more meaningful level.

In essence, our training pack offers children a gateway to the magical world of Sufi music, where they can explore, learn, and grow in a nurturing and supportive environment. With dedication, passion, and guidance, we believe that every child has the potential to become a shining star in the realm of Ghazals, Qawwalis, and Sufi music.

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