Online Music Classes Telugu

Telugu Popular Film

KS Chithra | Faculty Head

For those who don’t have the natural ability to sing notes correctly, a teacher has to introduce the very idea of note identity, location, reproduction and sequencing to a learner and enable the student to sing even a simple song in shruthi with awareness and precision. In the Preparatory process, the teacher will inculcate basic swara and tala skills in the student through exercises and simple songs.
Voice Training:
The curriculum is delivered in combination with Scientific Voice Development. Teachers are trained in the concepts and principles of Frederick Husler, adapted to the needs of Indian Music by Ananth Vaidyanathan. The human voice is naturally a singing voice, irrespective of musical talent. Musical tone and skills are innate potentials of the human voice. The voice is developed by activating it’s potential nature through simple songs and allowing it grow easily and naturally along a path of increasing musical complexities.

Each session of the Intermediate Film Music Course is designed in two parts – Carnatic music and Film Music. Students will learn in-depth Carnatic Music from Sarali Varisai to Adi Tala Varnams and simple Kritis. Film music training will be delivered in the styles and singing techniques of simple fast songs, peppy Western songs, folk songs, basic classical film songs, and melodies – through a combination of song training, voice training and performance training. Performance is the sole purpose of singing and the trigger of vocal potential. Performance culture is inculcated into the student from the very first lesson.
Voice Training:
The curriculum is delivered in combination with Scientific Voice Development. Teachers are trained in the concepts and principles of Frederick Husler, adapted to the needs of Indian Music by Ananth Vaidyanathan. The human voice is naturally a singing voice, irrespective of musical talent. Musical tone and skills are innate potentials of the human voice. The voice is developed by activating it’s potential nature through simple songs and allowing it grow easily and naturally along a path of increasing musical complexities.

The Advanced Film Music Course is an intensive 48 session program that will enable a learner to achieve the skills of a competent, full-fledged film music playback singer or stage singer. Firstly, Carnatic Music training extends into Ata Thala Varnams, advanced Kritis of the Trinity and other composers and most importantly, manodharma – improvisation – alapanai, niraval and Kalpana swaram. This training in Carnatic music amalgamates with intensive training in the styles and techniques of complex Film music, Popular Music and Fusion. The range of styles include complex ghazal based melodies, complex classical film compositions, challenging songs etc. The training is delivered through a combination of song training, voice training and performance training.
Voice Training:
The curriculum is delivered in combination with Scientific Voice Development. Teachers are trained in the concepts and principles of Frederick Husler, adapted to the needs of Indian Music by Ananth Vaidyanathan. The human voice is naturally a singing voice, irrespective of musical talent. Musical tone and skills are innate potentials of the human voice. The voice is developed by activating it’s potential nature through simple songs and allowing it grow easily and naturally along a path of increasing musical complexities.

Candidate should have an interest in film music
Candidates who have issues with pitching and rhythm

Basic command over Shruthi and Thaalam.
Natural ability to hold a tune.
Ability to pick up a simple song from recorded music without major errors in tune or rhythm.
General interest in film music.

The candidate should have either :
Completed the Intermediate Telugu Film Music course, or
Have the knowledge and skills of an Intermediate Telugu Film Music Course graduate.

session 1-12
  • Aligning voice with swaras
  • Basic swaras, swara patterns and exercises
  • Simple talas
  • Simple songs to enable application and practice of fundamental music sense

session 1
  • Swara location
  • Swara recognition
  • Gamaka activation
  • Tala sense
  • knowledge Voice moulding
session 2
  • Swara location
  • Swara recognition
  • Gamaka activation
  • Tala sense
  • knowledge Voice moulding
session 3
  • Swara location
  • Swara recognition
  • Gamaka activation
  • Tala sense
  • knowledge Voice moulding
session 4
  • Activation of swara pattern making ability
session 5
  • Activation of swara pattern making ability
session 6
  • Activation of swara pattern making ability
session 7
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
session 8
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
session 9
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
session 10
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
  • Development of higher range in voice
session 11
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
  • Development of higher range in voice
session 12
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
  • Development of higher range in voice
session 13
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
  • Development of higher range in voice
session 14
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
  • Development of higher range in voice
session 15
  • Inculcation of the compositional experience and sense of Carnatic music. It is advisable to develop the song sense along with swara and tala skills.
  • Development of higher range in voice
session 16
  • Tala repertoire, knowledge and skill
  • Rhythmic skill and command
session 17
  • Tala repertoire, knowledge and skill
  • Rhythmic skill and command
session 18
  • Tala repertoire, knowledge and skill
  • Rhythmic skill and command
session 19
  • Tala