CBSE Class 12 Carnatic (Percussion Instrumental) Syllabus 2023-24 (PDF Download)

CBSE Class 12 Carnatic (Percussion Instrumental) Syllabus 2023-24

(CODE NO. 033)

Total Marks: 100
Theory
Marks: 30
Time: 2 Hours 

A.

History and Theory of Indian Music

No. of periods

I

 

i

An    outline    knowledge    of    following       Lakshana Granthas  with  special  reference  to  Tala  and

percussion in Chaturdandi Prakashika, Sangita Ratnakara, Ragavibhodha, Svaramela Kalanidhi

2

ii

Short life sketch and contributions of the following luminaries: Needamangalam Meenakshi Sundaram Pillai, Tanjore Vaidyanatha Iyer, Palghat    Mani    Iyer,    Umaiyalpuram

KodandaRamaiyer,Palani Subramania Pillai, VilvadriIyer.

5

iii

Study of the musical forms, Pallavi, Sollukattu, Tillana,Padamand Javali

08

II

Definition and explanation of the following: Arudi, Eduppu, Gati-bheda, Anuloma, Pratiloma, Tisram, Trikalam, Theka, Shadangas, Talas.

08

III

The candidates should have an outline knowledge of the classification of Percussion instruments in general and a brief history of the instrument opted for

5

IV

Technical     Terms:    Vilamba,     Madhya,                   Druta,

Atitam,    Anagatam,     Pharan,               Kalapramanam, Ghumki, Konnakkol,Choru, Varu, Toppi

06

V

The candidate should possess knowledge of the fundamental structure, technique and playing of

other percussion instruments like Morsing, Tabla, Chenda, Edakka and Gettu Vadyam.

06

 

Total Periods

40

 

Practical

Marks: 70

B.

Practical Activities

No of

periods

I.

Ability to construct Mohra and Korvai to Khanda jati Ataalam and Triputa tala.

25

II.

An exhibition of accompanying ability

25

III.

Demonstration of the various types and usages of Gumki.

25

IV.

Ability to play Tani Avartanam in Misra and Khanda Chapu Talas .

25

 

Total Periods

100

Project Work

Marks:10

Guidelines:

Minimum four reports and maximum ten reports have to be submitted. Best four will be considered for evaluation.

  1. Must attend and report live concerts (both Vocal and Instrumental).
  2. Details of the organization (i.e., notices informing the concert has to be included in the project).
  3. Items presented in
  4. Details of each item presented (whether creative or Manodharma aspects included).
  5. Audience response and duration of each
  6. Details about the item in which Tani avartanam was
  7. Photographs of the live (If possible).

Note: In absence of live classical concerts, students can make report on Devotional Bhajans, T.V. live shows, etc.

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