Here you will find MP3 audio tracks of the Tabla from India. Click on the link to play the track to share with your class now, or right click on the link and choose “save as” to save the track to your own computer and share with your class later.
Tabla from India
Abhiman Kaushal demonstrates five basic tabla rhythms and variations on those rhythms, the same rhythms presented in the exercises except here played with improvisations (recorded live at UCLA, performed by Abhiman Kaushal and recorded on June 29, 2005 by David Martinelli)
- Tal Tintal
- Tal Jhaptal
- Tal Dadra
- Tal Dipchandi
- Tal Rupak
- Tabla from India “Lesson Forty-Two – Rela” represents the three speeds of a tabla rhythm, slow, medium and fast (from a CD titled “Forty-Two Lessons on Tabla” with Ustad Keramatullah Kahn playing tabla, on Smithsonian Folkways FM 8369, track 6)
- Tabla Tarang and Tabla from India “Raag Deen Todi” provides the sound of the tabla tarang melodic set of tablas which are joined by tabla near the end of the track (from a CD titled Tabla Tarang — Melody on Drums, with Pandit Kamalesh Maitra — tabla tarang and Trilok Gurtu — tabla, on Smithsonian Folkways, SF40436 track 7)
Here you will find MP3 audio tracks of the Tabla from India to download and share with your class. Your students can play along, following instructions found in the relevant curriculum chapter. Download TUBS notation paper. Click on the link to listen to the track or right click on the link and choose “save as” to save the track to your own computer.
Tabla sounds here on Tracks 53-58 (recorded at UCLA for RORE, performed by Abhiman Kaushal on June 29, 2005 by David Martinelli)
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