Music both Indian and Western are lot of importance at R L International School. Indian music is reckoned as the oldest musical tradition in the world. It can be described as having being inaugurated with the chanting of vedic hymns. Indian music combines with the eternal culture of prayer and meditation. Western must is vibrant and enriches the students apart from the recreation and entertainment it offers.
Indian Music has developed from a very complex interaction between different people of different races and cultures
In Indian music, the Harmonium is considered to be one of the most versatile instruments. The harmonium is used in classical, semi-classical, and devotional music. It is usually used as an accompanying instrument for vocalists in classical music. However, some musicians have begun playing the harmonium as a solo instrument. One of the largest pioneers of this style is Pandit Tulsidas Borkar of Mumbai. More and more music students are learning in this fashion. We at Unison World School provide children with Harmonium classes.
The Indian tabla, a two-piece percussion instrument, is the principal rhythmic accompaniment to most North Indian Classical music (namely khyal) and light music. It is said to have its origin in the two-faced drum called mridangam (used in South Indian Music) and the pakhawaj (used in the accompaniment of the north Indian genres dhrupad and dhamar).This is why every instrument is truly an individual work of art.The Tabla consists of two upright drums that are played with fingers and palms. Each drum sits on a ringed base of padding. Tablas are arguably the most complex drums in the world. Each head contains three separate skins. Along with Harmonium classes we also provide children with Tabla classes.
The sitar is one of the most popular and charming musical instruments of Northern India. It originated from another instrument called the Veena, which is mostly used in South Indian classical music. The Indian musical tradition has two branches, Hindustani from North India and Karanatak from the South. The Sitar falls into the Northern Indian category. The Sitar is generally a 6 or 7 string instrument with 11 to 13 sympathetic strings for extra resonance. It is a long, lute like instrument which has enough scope to pull bends up to 5 notes from a single fret. This is what makes the sound of the Sitar both mystical and unique. The Sitar activity at R L International School is dedicated to producing sitar players of high calibre and provides the best quality instruction in Indian Classical by, providing traditional instructions and helping them to develop a passion for music. .The primary objective of this activity is to provide the best quality instruction in Indian Classical music
Music as whole and Drums being no exception, has a powerful and positive influence on the brain. Besides being very affective source of re-creation and entertainment, it promotes connective abilities. It teaches students an incredible amount of co-ordination through various beat/rhythm patterns. Drums, as an activity also helps students with Maths and Science. Students learn to count, keep a steady rhythm , multiply and divide in order, to figure out how long each note is.
Keeping this in mind we offer our students wide range of drums in the activity classes, namely
There is nothing like guitar music, playing guitar, that inspires children to “want to learn”. They naturally gravitate to its instinctive rhythm.
Many children enjoy playing and learning this instrument. It’s very rare to come across a child who doesn’t get pleasure from it. So we here at R L International School provide intensive Guitar classes, where she gets the basic knowledge about guitar and are helped to improve their skills.
As the name suggests, a keyboard is a board of keys of different notes and affects. A key board enables a performer to play many notes at once as well as in close succession.
We at R L International School realize the importance of keyboard music in school level and offer our students the same as an activity.
The string section is the largest body of the standard orchestra and consists of bowed string instruments of the violin family. It normally comprises five sections : the first violins, the second violins, the viols, the cellos, and the double basses. The abbreviation “and strings” is understood thus in descriptions of instrumentation. We at R L International School provide our students with the best infrastructure and instruments, to appreciate music and also teach them to read the musical notations.
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