Author: Sharada Gopalam
Publisher: Sundeep Prakashan
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185067627
This book examines and discusses some of the important facets of south Indian music notation. Sangita Sampradaya Pradarsini (1904) (adapted in a modern work, Syama Sastri's compositions) being of overwhelming relevance to the present discussion has been discussed at length.
The suggestions incorporated for implementing the notation as an aid for learning music in the modern academic context have been discussed in the last pages of this treatise.
1.Communicability of notation-A Study of Gamakas and their Symbolisation
(Kampitam-Sphuritam-Pratyahatam-Nokku-Ahata-Vali-Ullasitam and Orikkai)
2. Factors hindering Communicability-A Study
3. Music for Posterity and the role of Notation in it
4. Introducing Notation in Teaching-A new approach