Punjabi University Patiala Department of Music Syllabus M. A. Part I : (Music Vocal) Semester I 2010-11 and 2011-12 Session



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Department of Music

Syllabus

M.A. Part I : (Music Vocal) Semester I
2010-11 and 2011-12 Session

Outlines of tests
Written Papers

Paper I Scientific & Acoustical Study of Hindustani Music.

Paper II History of Indian Music (Vocal)

Practical Papers

Paper III Stage Performance

Paper IV Viva-Voce
Syllabus and courses of reading:

Paper I: Scientific & Acoustical Study of Hindustani Music.
Time 3 hrs. Maximum Marks : 80

Pass Marks : 35% Total Teaching Hours : 65 Internal Assessment: 20 Marks


Instructions for the paper-setter:

The paper-setter will set a total of nine questions two from each of the four sections and one short-answer type questions which will be compulsory and will cover the whole syllabus. Among the four sections, the candidate will attempt one question from each section. Each question will carry 15 marks. The short-answer type question will contain 10 questions carrying two marks each. There will be no choice in this compulsory question. Thus the candidates will attempt five questions in all including the compulsory question.


Section – A

1 An introduction to acoustics in the particular context of auditorium acoustics.

2. Study of following acoustical terms: Vibration; Pitch; Intensity; Timbre.


Section – B

3 Origin and development of scale in Music along with study of different music scales.

4 Swar Sthapna on the string of veena as described by scholars of medieval period.

Section – C

5 Evolution of notation system, its merits, demerits and importance in music education.

6 Voice Culture in the context of Hindustrani Music.

Section - D

7 Correct intonation of swaras..

8 A detailed study of technical terms of music with special refereence to practical utility in

various styles:



Books suggested:
Introduction to Musical Scales : Alan Danielou

Psycho Accoustics of Music & Speech : B.C. Deva

Sensation of Tone : Helmholtz

Voice Culture : S.A.K. Durga

Pranav Bharti : Onkar Nath Thakaur

The Story of Indian Music : O. Goswami

Sangeet Shastra : K.Vasudev Shastri

Hindustan Music : G.H. Ranade

Sangeet Visharad : Basant

Gayan Kala (Pbi.Uni.PTA) : Dr.Yashpal Sharma

Bhartiya Sangeet Mein Shruti : Dr. Yashpal Sharma

Sitar As I Know : Dr. Ravi Sharma

Dhwani Aur Sangeet : Lalit Kishore Singh

Science and Music : James Jeans

Physics and Music : G. Anfilov

Paper - II : History of Indian Music.
Time 3 hrs. Maximum Marks : 80

Pass Marks : 35% Total Teaching Hours : 65 Internal Assessment : 20 Marks


Instructions for the paper-setter:

The paper-setter will set a total of nine questions two from each of the four sections and one short-answer type questions which will be compulsory and will cover the whole syllabus. Among the four sections, the candidate will attempt one question from each section. Each question will carry 15 marks. The short-answer type question will contain 10 questions carrying two marks each. There will be no choice in this compulsory question. Thus the candidates will attempt five questions in all including the compulsory question.

Section A


  1. Development of Indian Music in the following periods:

( i) Vedic Period (ii) Hindu Period (iii) Mughal Period

Section B

  1. Life sketch and contribution of the following music scholars and musicians:

(i) Bharat Muni (ii) Pandit Ahobal (iii) Pandit V.N.Bharkhande (iv) Pandit Sarang Dev (v) Pandit V.N. Bharkhande (vi) Pandit V.D. Pluskar.

Section C

  1. Analytical Study of Musical references mentioned in Shri Guru Granth Sahib

  2. Contribution of Punjab in the field of Indian Classical Music.

Section D

  1. Historical Development of the following Gayan shaillies:

(i) Prabandh (ii) Dhrupad (iii) Dhamar (iv) Tarana

  1. Origin, development and characteristics of the following gharanas of Khayal Gayan.

(i) Gwalior (ii) Agra (iii) Delhi

Books suggested:

Bharti Sangeet Da Itihas: Yoginder Pal Sharma

(Pbi.Uni.Publication) Bachittar Singh

Gurmat Sangeet Parbach Te Parsar : Dr.Gurnam Singh (Pbi.Uni.Publication)

Sangeet Chintamani: Acharya K.C.D. Brahspati

Hamare Sangeet Rattan : Sangeet Karyalaya Hathras

Bhartiya Sangeet Ka Itihas : Umesh Joshi

Bhartiya Sangeet Ka Itihas : Dr.Sharat Chander Pranjpe

Punjab Vich Sangeet Kala Da Nikas Te Vikas : Panna Lal Madan (Pbi.Uni. PTA)

Punjab Ki Sangeet Parampara : Dr. Geeta Paintal

Bhartiya Sangeet Ki Utpatti Evam Vikas : Dr.J.S.Bawra

Punjabi Sangeetkar: Dr.Gurnam Singh (Pbi.Uni.Pta.)

Prachin Bharat Mein Sangeet : Dharamvati Srivastava

Hamara Adhunik Sangeet : Sushil Kumar Chaube

Bhartiya Sangeet Pandhtiyon Ka Tulnatamak Adhayan : V.N.Bhatkhande

Short Historical Survey of the Music of Upper India: V.N. Bhatkhande


Paper III Stage Performance (Music Vocal)
Total Teaching Hours : 65 Maximum Marks : 80

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment 20 Marks


Instruction for the Practical Examiners

The Practical Examination will be conducted by a Board of Examiners consisting of Head of the Department/nominee, internal teacher and external expert as per decision of the Syndicate 25-10-91 (Para 2, 3).


Prescribed Ragas:

Maru Bihag, Rageshri



Note: The Candidate has to choose one Raga out of the ragas prescribed in the paper-IV with Vilambit &

Drut Khayals,proper elaboration & all the technicalities of gayan.

(A) Performance of Raga:

(i) Vilambit Khyal Marks: 25

(ii) Drut Khyal Marks: 15

(B) A Taraana in any raga mentioned in Paper IV except the raga selected for performance of raga. Marks 15

(C) One folk song from Punjab Region while playing Harmonium. Marks 10

(D) Demonstration of the following taals on hand in Ekgun,

Dugun and Chaugun

Layakaries: Ek Tall, Teen Taal, Char Taal, Teevra,

Sool Tal. Marks 15

Paper - IV : Viva-Voce (Musical Vocal)
Total Teaching Hours : 65 Maximum Marks : 80 Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment: 20 Marks

Instruction for the Practical Examiners

The Practical Examination will be conducted by a Board of Examiners consisting of Head of the department/nominee, internal teacher and external expert as per decision of the Syndicate 25-10-91 (Para 2, 3).

From the following Ragas one Vilambit Khyal is compulsory, other than the raga selected for Stage-performance. Drut Khyals have to be done in all the ragas. Marks should be awarded on

the basis of performance and viva-voce.

Shudh Sarang, Darbari Kanhra, Lalit, Chander Kons, Kalavati, and Gujri Todi.
Books suggested for Practical Papers:

Sangitanjali (Part I to VI) : Onkar Nath Thakur

Raag Vigyan (Parts I to VII) : V.R. Patvardhan

Kramik Pustak Malika: V.N. Bhatkhande

Sangeet Vyuas Kriti (Part I to IV) : S.G. Vyas

Aprachalit Raags : J.D. Pataki

Abhinav Gitanjali: Ramashray Jha

Sangeet Ratnavali (Part I): Surinder Kapila

Raag Praveen: Ganesh Prasad Sharma

Malhar Ke Prakar : J.T. Shah

Kanhra Ke Parkar : J.T. Shah

Sarang Ke Parkas : J.T. Shah

Compositionn in Indian Music: R.C.Mehta

Punjab Dian Lok Dhunan (Pbi.Uni.Pta.): Gurpartap Singh Gill

Punjabi Lok Geet : Devinder Satyarthi

Tabla Vigyan: Lal Mani Mishra

Gayan Bandshanwali (Pbi.Uni.Pta.) : Gurnam Singh

Shri Guru Granth Raag Ratanawali: Prof. Tara Singh

Tabla Vadan Part I(Pbi.Uni.Pta.) : Dr. Jagmohan Sharma

Tabla Vadan Part II (Pbi.Uni.Pta.): Dr. Manmohan Sharma



MA Part -1 (Music Vocal), Semester- II

2010-11 and 2011-12 session

Outlines of tests

Written Papers

Paper I Scientific & Accoustical Study of Hindustani Music (Vocal).

Paper II History of Indian Music (Vocal).

Practical Papers

Paper III Stage Performance Music (Vocal).

Paper IV Viva-Voce Music (Vocal).

Syllabus and courses of reading:

Paper I : Scientific & Acoustical Study of Hindustani Music (Vocal).
Time 3 hrs. Maximum Marks : 80 Pass Marks : 35% Total Teaching Hours : 65 Internal Assessment: 20 Marks
Instructions for the paper-setter:

The paper-setter will set a total of nine questions two from each of the four sections and one short-answer type questions which will be compulsory and will cover the whole syllabus. Among the four sections, the candidate will attempt one question from each section. Each question will carry 15 marks. The short-answer type question will contain 10 questions carrying two marks each. There will be no choice in this compulsory question. Thus the candidates will attempt five questions in all including the compulsory question.


Section – A

1. Study of following acoustical terms: Frequency; Beats; Echo; Resonance; Overtones.

2. Study of sound with particular reference to the velocity, reflection, refraction and

differaction.


Section – B

3. Study of Moorchhna along with its relevance in modern system of music.

4. Comparative system of Hindustani Karnatka style of music with special reference to

Swara, Raag and taal system.


Section – C

5. Detailed study of Shruti from Ancient to Modern Period

6. Cycle of fourths & fifths in the context of Swar-Samvad.
Section - D


  1. Study of Melody & Harmony and its application in music.

  2. Merits and demerits of Gayak.



Books suggested:

Psycho Accoustics of Music & Speech : B.C. Deva

Sensation of Tone : Helmholtz

Physics and Music : G. Anklov

Pranav Bharti : Onkar Nath Thakaur

Dhawani aur Sangeet : Lalit Kishore Singh

Sangeet Vishard : Basant

Sangeet Bodh : S.C. Pranjpe

The Study of Indian Music : O Goswami

Sangeet Shastra Vidyan : Panna Lal Madaan

Gayan Kala (Pbi.Uni.PTA) : Dr.Yashpal Sharma

Bhartiya Sangeet Mein Shruti : Dr. Yashpal Sharma

Sitar As I Know : Dr. Ravi Sharma

Science and Music : James Jeans

Physics and Music : G. Anfilov


Paper- II : History of Indian Music
Time 3 hrs. Maximum Marks : 80

Pass Marks : 35% Total Teaching Hours : 65 Internal Assessment : 20 Marks


Instructions for the paper-setter:

The paper-setter will set a total of nine questions two from each of the four sections and one short-answer type questions which will be compulsory and will cover the whole syllabus. Among the four sections, the candidate will attempt one question from each section. Each question will carry 15 marks. The short-answer type question will contain 10 questions carrying two marks each. There will be no choice in this compulsory question. Thus the candidates will attempt five questions in all including the compulsory question.


Section – A

  1. Development of Indian music in the following periods:

(i) British Period (ii) Post-independence Era

.

Section – B

2. Life sketch and contribution of the following scholars and musicians:

(i) Ustad Amir Khan (ii) Ustad Bade Gulam Ali Khan

(iii) Prof. Tara Singh (iv) Pandit Onkar Nath Thakaur

(v) Acharya Brihaspati


Section – C

3. Contribution of the following royal patrons in the development of Indian Music:

(i) Allauddin Khilji (ii) Maan Singh Tomar

(iii) Mohammad Shaha Rangila (iv) Wajid Ali Shah

4. Historical development of the following Gayanshaillies:

(i) Khayal (ii) Thumri (iii) Tappa


Section - D

5 Origin, development and characteristics of the following gharanas of khyal gayan:

(i) Kirana (ii) Jaipaur (iii) Rampur Sehaswan

6. Study of Gharana Tradition in Punjab with particular reference to Patiala Gharana.

Books suggested:

Bharti Sangeet Da Itihas : Yoginder Pal Sharma

(Pbi. Uni. Publication) : Bachittar Singh

Gurmat Sangeet Parbach Te Parsar : Dr.Gurnam Singh

(Pbi. Uni. Publication)

Sangeet Chintamani : Acharya K.C.D. Brahspati

Hamare Sangeet Rattan : Sangeet Karyalaya Hathras

Bhartiya Sangeet Ka Itihas : Umesh Joshi

Bhartiya Sangeet Ka Itihas : Dr.Sharat Chander Pranjpe

Punjab Vich Sangeet Kala Da Nikas Te Vikas : Panna Lal Madan (Pbi.Uni.PTA)

Punjab Ki Sangeet Parampara : Dr. Geeta Paintal

Bhartiya Sangeet Ki Utpatti Evam Vikas : Dr.J.S.Bawra

Punjabi Sangeetkar : Dr.Gurnam Singh

(Pbi.Uni.Pta.)

Prachin Bharat Mein Sangeet : Dharamvati Srivastava

Hamara Adhunik Sangeet : Sushil Kumar Chaube

Bhartiya Sangeet Pandhtiyon Ka Tulnatamak Adhayan : V.N.Bhatkhande

Short Historical Survey of the Music of Upper India: V.N. Bhatkhande

Khusro, Tansen Tatha Anya Kalakar: Acharya Brihaspati



Paper III Stage Performance (Music Vocal)
Total Teaching Hours : 65 Maximum Marks : 80

Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment 20 Marks


Instruction for the Practical Examiners

The Practical Examination will be conducted by a Board of Examiners consisting of Head of the Department/nominee, internal teacher and external expert as per decision of the Syndicate 25-10-91 (Para 2, 3).


Prescribed Ragas:

Note : The candidate has to choose one raga out of the Ragas prescribed in Paper-IV with Vilambit and Drut khyals, proper elaboration and all the technicalities of gayan.

(A) Performance of Raag:

(i) Vilambit Khyal Marks 25

(ii) Drut Khayal Marks 15

(B) Dhrupad in any one raga prescribed in paper IV except the raga selected for the stage performance Marks. 15

(C) Bhajanm or a shabad in classical style in raga as prescribed in Sri Guru Granth Sahib while playing Harmonium. Marks 10

(D) Demonstration of the following talas on hand in Ekgun, Dugun and Chaugun Layakaries: Jhap Taal, Jhumra, Jat, Deepchandi and Roopak. Marks 15

Paper - IV : Viva-Voce Music (Vocal)
Total Teaching Hours : 65 Maximum Marks : 80 Pass Marks : 35% Internal Assessment : 20 Marks

Instruction for the Practical Examiners

The Practical Examination will be conducted by a Board of Examiners consisting of Head of the department/nominee, internal teacher and external expert as per decision of the Syndicate 25-10-91 (Para 2, 3).

From the following Ragas one Vilambit Khyal is compulsory, other than the raga selected for Stage-performance. Drut Khyals have to be done in all the ragas.

Marks should be awarded on the basis of performance and viva-voce.
Shudh Sarang, Darbari Kanhra, Lalit, Chander Kons, Kalavati and Gujri Todi.
Books suggested for Practical Papers:
Sangitanjali (PartsI to VI) : Onkar Nath Thakur

Kramik Pustak Malika(Parts I to VI) : V.N. Bhatkhande

Sangeet Vyuas Kriti (Part I to IV) : S.G. Vyas

Aprachalit Raags(Parts I to II): J.D. Pataki

Abhinav Gitanjali(Part I to IV): Ramashray Jha

Sangeet Ratnavali (Part I): Surinder Kapila

Raag Praveen: Ganesh Prasad Sharma

Malhar Ke Prakar : J.T. Shah

Kanhra Ke Parkar : J.T. Shah

Sarang Ke Parkas : J.T. Shah

Compositionn in Indian Music: R.C.Mehta

Dhrupad: Indurama Srivastva

Tabla Vigyan: Lal Mani Mishra

Gayan Bandshanwali (Pbi.Uni.Pta.) : Gurnam Singh

Shri Guru Granth Raag Ratanawali: Prof. Tara Singh

Tabla Vadan Part I (Pbi.Uni.Pta.) : Dr. Jagmohan Sharma



Tabla Vadan Part II (Pbi.Uni.Pta.): Dr. Manmohan Sharma

Shudh Sarang, Darbari Kanhra, Lalit, Chander Kons, Kalavati and Gujri Todi.
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