Swaras


 

All holes open – Teevra  Ma

allh

One hole closed – Ga

1hc

Two holes closed – Re

2hc

Three holes closed – Sa

3hc

Four holes closed – Ni

4hc

Five holes closed – Dha

5hc

Six holes closed – Pa

6hc

 


SYMBOLS

 

SA

S

RE

R

GA

G

MA

M

PA

P

DHA

D

NI

N

 

For lower octave notes their will be a symbol ( a dot ) behind the note ex- lower Ni is denoted as  .N

For middle octave notes there will no symbols, example – middle octave Pa is denoted as  P

For higher octave notes there will be a symbol in front of the note, for example, higher octave Re is denoted as R’

In flute we can produce P D N of the lower octave, S R G M P D N of the middle octave and S R G M P of the higher octave “ easily”.

.S

.R

.G

.M

.P

.D

.N

S

R

G

M

P

D

N

S’

R’

G’

M’

P’

D’

N’

LOWER OCTAVE

MIDDLE OCTAVE

HIGHER OCTAVE

 

The symbol ‘ > ‘ means that we have to extend the note behind that symbol.

In some cases if we want to make groups in a bunch of notes then we will put a comma (,) for those notes.

For example-   .P.D.N, .D.NS, .NSR, SRG, RGM, GMP