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    How are western and classical music different in Notations


    Are you interested in learning more about music? Want to know the difference between western and classical music notations? Here, on this Ask Expert page you can find answers to your question.

    How western and classical music are different in Notations. Like in Western music lot of notes: minor note and major note with chords but I do not have idea about classical music notes.

    Some people can learn music without learning notes from teacher that is GOD gift. How they able to do it?
  • #144743
    Indian classical music is having more connection towards nature and spirituality. It gives more importance to melody. The music is created by using different notes in a sequence. There is lot of scope for improvisation of the music by changing the sequence of these notes. A singer can change the sequence of notes while singing and can improvise the melody. There are different ragas. Using these ragas different melodies can be made.
    In Western music different notes are played together instead of playing in a sequence. Harmony is more important here. Western music have no connections towards spirituality or nature. Here there is no scope for the singer to change the notes and improvise the music. It is not allowed in this music.

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  • #144897
    musical notation is a system which is used to visually represent music played with the instruments or sung by the voice by the use of written, printed, or otherwise-produced symbols.Western music has sections in compositions similar to Pallavi, Anupallavi, Charanam, Chittaswarams (Mukhda, Antara, Sthayi, Taan or Jhaala) called Intro, Verse, Bridge, Interlude and Chorus.


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