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Published on Jan 8, 2014
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 lay transition between Prabhupāda tāla and kahervā tāla. The transition phrase uses Mukhrā 1 (bedam tihāī) and Mukhrā 2 (damdār tihāī). The way these mukhrās are integrated is by substitution. This mātrās of mukhrā replaces the the mātrās of the rhythmic cycle from the end.
EX 1: Prabhupāda tāla + Mukhrā 1 EX 2: Prabhupāda tāla + Mukhrā 2 EX 3: Kahervā tāla + Mukhrā 1 EX 4: Kahervā tāla + Mukhrā 2 EX 5: EX 1 + EX 2 + EX 3 + EX 4
There is a kirtana practice at the end of this lesson.