Gaud Sarang

Gaud Sarang is a raga in Hindustani classical music that combines characteristics of Sarang and the now extinct raga named Gaud.[1] Unlike most other members of the Sarang family of ragas, Gaud Sarang is assigned to the Kalyan thaat rather than the usual Kafi.[2]

Gaud Sarang
ThaatKalyan
TypeSampurna
Time of dayEarly afternoon, 12–3[1]
Arohana
  • S G R M G P  D P  N  [1]
  • S G R M G P  D P N D [2]
Avarohana
  •  N D P  P M G  R G R M G P R S[1]
  •  D N P D  P G M R P R M R P R S[2]
VadiG[1]
SamavadiD[1]
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TheoryEdit

Arohana:

  • S G R M G P  D P  N  [a][1]
  • S G R M G P  D P N D [b][2]

Avarohana:

  •  N D P  P M G  R G R M G P R S[c][1]
  •  D N P D  P G M R P R M R P R S[d][2]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Alternate notations:
    • Carnatic: S G₃ R₂ M₁ G₃ P M₂ D₂ P  N₃ Ṙ₂ 
    • Western: C E D F E G F A G C B D C
  2. ^ Alternate notations:
    • Carnatic: S G₃ R₂ M₁ G₃ P M₂ D₂ P N₃ D₂ 
    • Western: C E D F E G F A G B A C
  3. ^ Alternate notations:
    • Carnatic:  N₃ D₂ P M₂ P M₁ G₃  R₂ G₃ R₂ M₁ G₃ P R₂ S
    • Western: C B A G F G F E 𝄒 D E D F E G D C
  4. ^ Alternate notations:
    • Carnatic:  D₂ N₃ P D₂ M₂ P G₃ M₁ R₂ P R₂ M₁ R₂ P R₂ S
    • Western: C A B G A F G E F D G D F D G D C

ReferencesEdit

SourcesEdit

  • Bor, Joep; Rao, Suvarnalata (1999). The Raga Guide: A Survey of 74 Hindustani Ragas. Nimbus Records with Rotterdam Conservatory of Music. p. 70. ISBN 9780954397609.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  • Gauḍ Sārang Rāga (Hin), The Oxford Encyclopaedia of the Music of India. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195650983. Retrieved 8 October 2018.