BPA music tablais a membranophone percussion instrument beginning from the Indian subcontinent, comprising of a couple of drums, utilized in conventional, old style, famous and people music. It has been an especially significant instrument in Hindustani old style music since the eighteenth century, and stays being used in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. The playing method is perplexing and includes broad utilization of the fingers and palms in different setups to make a wide range of sounds and rhythms, reflected in memory helper syllables (bol). In the Hindustani style tabla is played in two different ways: band bol and khula bol. In the feeling of old style music it is named "bone" and "khali". The name tabla likely originates from tabl, the Persian and Arabic word for drum. Be that as it may, a definitive root of the melodic instrument is challenged by researchers, some following it to West Asia, others following the advancement of indigenous melodic instruments of the Indian subcontinent.
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Given below are few of the important highlights of the program.
|Program Full Name||BACHELOR OF PERFORMING ARTS IN MUSIC TABLA|
|Duration of the Program||4 Years|
|Admission Process||Entrance Exam and Merit Based|
|Average Program Fee||Upto Rs. 1 Lakh|
Syllabus of Arts as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
|Paper Code||Subjects of Study|
|1||Basic Performance Techniques: Hindustani Music and Western Classical Music -I (Compulsory)|
|2||Eastern Himalayan Studies (Compulsory)|
|4||Basic Performance Techniques: Hindustani Music and Western Classical Music -II (Compulsory)|
|5||Introduction to Western Classical Music-I [Theory] (Compulsory)|
|6||Environmental studies (Compulsory)|
|8||Hindustani Raga Performance Studies -I (Hindustani Vocal/Sitar/Flute/Violin)|
|9||Introduction to Tabla Compositions - I|
|10||Selected Folk Music Traditions of Eastern India (Compulsory)|
|12||History of Indian Music - I|
|13||Composition, Laya Applications and Tabla Gharanas|
|15||Hindustani Raga and Tala Studies -II|
|17||Introduction to Practical in Folk Music of Sikkim- II (Compulsory)|
|19||Modern History of Indian Music and Applied Theory of Hindustani Raga|
|20||Modern History of Indian Music and Applied Theory of Tabla Performance|
|22||Hindustani Raga and Tala Studies -III|
|23||Tala Specific Compositions and Elaborations in Tabla-I|
|24||Introduction to Folk Music of Eastern India- II (Compulsory)|
|26||Miscellaneous contextual presence of the ragas|
|27||Tabla in different gharanas and various performance contexts|
|29||Hindustani Raga and Tala Studies -IV|
|30||Tala Specific Compositions and Elaborations in Tabla-II|
|31||Introduction to Carnatic Music; music applications in different media|
|32||Development of Tala system|
|33||Introduction to World music: Theory (Compulsory)|
Mentioned below are some states in India that offer the program.