Carnatic Music Reader In Western Staff Notation (Tutor For Guitar, Piano, Keyboard, Saxophone Violin) (Three Part Kriti Series Kritis 3) (Part 7)
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Carnatic Music Reader In Western Staff Notation (Tutor For Guitar, Piano, Keyboard, Saxophone Violin) (Three Part Kriti Series Kritis 3) (Part 7)

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Item Code: IHL082
Author: V.K. Krishna Prasad
Publisher: CBH Publications
Edition: 2007
ISBN: 8185381968
Pages: 136
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 9.5 Inch X 7.2 Inch
Weight 120 gm
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The carnatic music reader series introduces a systematic study of carnatic music with the help of western staff notation. The series has been designed with the beginner student in mind so that the he can learn to play the lessons on western instruments like guitar, piano Keyboard Saxophone violin etc with little effort.

The three part series on Kritis contains a selection of 45 compositions on various ragas of different composers presented in western staff notation supported by carnatic letter notation.

The three parts series contains different kritis in different talas.

Book 5 (Krithis 1)
Book 6 (kirthis 2)
Book 7 (kirthis 3)


The carnatic music reader series presents the basic exercises Varnams and Krithis of carnatic music in the universal western staff notation system. The first volume of the series covered the basic exercises for beginners. The second third and fourth volumes covered the Adi Thala and Adi Thala Varnams.

Fifth and sixth volumes covered the Krithis. This book the seventh in the series covers more Krithis of various composers.

Western staff notation system is easy to learn more graphical and gives a complete picture of the music score. Those who are new to the staff notation system are requested to refer the initial volumes of the series where a brief and systematic introduction for the western staff notation system is provided.

I have to thank Shri. M. Easwaran for his continued encouragement in completing this task and Smt. Proprietor CBH publication in showing interest in this project and publishing this series.

I would like to thank to my family members and all friends who had been very appreciative of this Endeavour.


1Himagiri ThanayeSuddha Dhanyasi Muthiah Bhagavathar 1
2Pahimam SreeJana Ranjini Ramaswami Sivan8
3Pandu ReethiHamsa Nadam Thiagaraja 16
4Ananda NadamaduvarPurvi Kalyani Neelakanta Sivan23
5Raghuvamsa SudhaKadana Kutuhalam Patnam Subramanion Iyer 35
6Bho SambhoRevati Dayananda Saraswathi Sivan45
7Manasa SancharaShyama Sadasiva Brahmendrar55
8PaarukkulleJonpuri Subramania Bharathiar63
9Sada PalayaMohanam GN Balasubramaniam75
10Naan Oru VilayattuNavarasa Kannada Papanasam Sivan82
11Jagaj Janani Ratipati Priya Ghanam Krishna Iyer 89
12AdikkondarMaya Malava Gaula Mutthu Thandavar95
13RamachandramVasanta Muthuswamy Dikshitar102
14Brahma MokateBauli Annamacharya111
15Varuvaro VaramShyama Gopalakrishna Bharathi124
16RamachandrasyaDharmavati Muthuswamy Dikshitar132

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