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The fear of god, thus, disappeared, and after centuries, such monsoon songs used to depict the joyous moments of lovers after long gaps of separation.

Rain Songs of Tagore Eminent Tagore-researchers have unanimously suggested three distinct phases of his compositions based on his age. First phase spans for around 24 years from He was only 16 when he started composing rain songs and was 40, when the first phase was over.

The second phase took another 20 years, when he became the senior citizen.

The final phase of composition was observed during for another 20 years and the creation continued till his death. During this long and eventful 60 years of creation, Tagore composed rain songs. The number of rain songs during 1st phase was only five.

This time, he was somewhat conservative in choosing ragas for creation of notes. During the 2nd phase the number increased to 22, around 4 times of the previous stage. In the final phase of life, Tagore composed 88 rain songs that was another 4 times of the 2nd phase. The scenario reveals that number of compositions on rain songs increased geometrically for 60 years. The investigation of ragas used in his rain songs reveals three categories. First, bunch of songs are found where Tagore was disciplined and orthodox.

The ragas as stated in rain group were utilized as per original structure. The second type is associated with mishra blend ragas, where Tagore used other ragas with rain ragas in a mixture or separated way in different paragraphs, for example, Desh-Malhar and Mishra-Malhar. Initial one indicates two separate ragas have been blended and the second one is a single raga with few note 5 Vol.

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Third type accommodates the ragas those are completely different from rain ragas in terms of attitude, style and formation. The scenario exhibits a rapid growth in creation of songs based on non-rain ragas in later stage.

The songs got popularity and no imbalance was noticed from any researcher or eminent personnel in this regard. Observations and Discussions a Observations during phase 1 Tagore composed only five rain songs during initial phase. The song was tuned on raga megh- malhar. He took shelter of raga gour-malhar in his third composition, during All the three songs were based on ragas of rain, popular to Indian subcontinent for centuries. The first experiment of composite ragas was found in his fourth song.

The song is distributed over five paragraphs. Probably, Tagore was alert for not mixing up such ragas to achieve a composite one. During , Tagore came out of orthodox system of composition and the fifth song i. The drastic step of composition opened up the bottle and 6 Vol. Among them, seven touch rain-ragas. Six of them were composed within Among all these seven songs, three were composed of raga Malhar, three from Gour Malhar and one from Desh Malhar. The pattern of experiments using non-rain ragas possesses distinct features during this phase.

Use of raga Yaman and Kafi are observed here. Among the rest fifteen rain songs out of twenty two, two were composed of raga Yaman and three from Kafi.

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Print book.In traditional Indian classical tunes, the use of slow rhythms was made particularly prior to rains and this was a tiring appeal to the nature for rains. Initial one indicates two separate ragas have been blended and the second one is a single raga with few note 5 Vol.

Back to top. Tell the Publisher! Thus, he utilized the essence of tunes, bhaav emotion , made significant variations, shifted scientifically from a rigid grammar but produced beautiful harmony; those gave dignified respect to the ragas, instead of utter dilution and depicting the uniqueness by style, form and class beyond the traditional boundary.

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