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Published on Jun 8, 2015
This lesson focuses on connecting rhythmic cycles (taught in Lessons 6, 9, 10, and 15) using the mukhrās (taught in Lesson 18) to be able to accompany efficiently. This lesson focuses on madhya lays of Prabhupāda tāla and kahervā tāla to transitioning into drut kahervā tāla prakārs.
To transition from madhya lay to drut lay, one generally uses the pick-up (Mukhrā 3) compressed from an eight beat to a four beat. The substitution method described in Lesson 19 Part 1 is used.
EX 6: Kahervā tāla + Mukhrā 3 + Drut Kahervā Prakār 3 EX 7: Prabhupāda tāla + Mukhrā 3 + Drut Kahervā Prakār 1 EX 8: Transitioning Between Drut Kahervā Prakārs EX 9: Transition from Drut Lay to Madhya Lay Practice transitioning between various rhythms and speeds EX 10: Applying the Tod
There is a kirtana practice at the end of this lesson.