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METHOD OF TEACHING
Swararnava introduces carnatic classical music on itself as a unique school keeping in view the invaluable traditional music, its latent values, swararnava teaches violin according to the needs of new generation. It imparts lessons in an every way so that any student can understand them effortlessly. The syllabus that is taught at swararnava is accepted across the country.

EASY METHODS
Provision is made in such a way that all students by using charts and audio and visual devices, master the violin to the best of their ability. Holding of the violin, which is an important aspect in teaching violin, is shown through charts also.

Swararnava has introduced a unique syllabus to which includes new methods of teaching with precision. Swararnava has divided its unique syllabus into the following grade.

This syllabus is designed in such a way that whilst following the traditional techniques of learning carnatic music, it also inculcates the importance of violin and playing carnatic music on it. Further, the syllabus has been divided into various grades. Exclusive books have been scripted for each grade. After successful completion of 5th grade, the Diploma syllabus from Potti Sreeramulu telugu university will be tutored; or the B.A. or M.A. course syllabus from the university of the student’s choice.

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GRADE: I GRADE: II GRADE: III
ITheory
1. Music
2. Musical Instruments
3. Technical Terminology
4. Tuning of the violin

IIPractical
1. Basic Lessons of violin
3. Dattuswaras
4. Janttaswaras
5. Alankaras
6. High pitch notes.
 
ITheory
1. History of violin
2. Technical terminology
3. Geetham
4. Swarapallavi(Jatiswaram)
5. Biographies

IIPractical
Geethams
1. Malahari – 4Geethams
2. Sankarabharanam
3. Mohana
4. Kalyani
5. Anandabhairavi
Swarapallavi
1. Gambheeranata
2. Bilahari
3. Hindola
 
ITheory
1. Technical terminology
2. Shodasa Swaras & Naadam
3. Varna Lakshanas
4. Lakshnas of Some Ragas
5. Raga Trayodas Lakshnas
6. Biographies

IIPractical
Varnams
1. Hamsadhwani
2. Shankarabharanam
3. Kalyani
4. Kambhoji
5. Vasanta
6. Sri
Keerthana
1. Annamacharya
2. Bhadrachala Ramadasu

 
GRADE: IV GRADE: V  
ITheory
1. Two Main Divisions in Ragas
2. Table of 72 Melakarthas
3. Vivadi Melams
4. Katapayadi Sutram
5. Katapayadi Sankhya Pathakam
6. Moorchana Karaaka Melams
7. Amoorchana Karaka Melams
8. Deshadi, Madhyadi, Chapu Thalams
9. Thala Das Pranams
10. Raga Lakshanas
11. Types of Compositions
12. Biographies
13. Musical Instruments

IIPractical
A. Varnams
1. Darbar
2. Natakuranji
3. Saveri
4. Thodi
5. Kambhoji
B. Kruties
1. Thyagaraja
2. Muthuswamy Dikshitar
3. Patnam Subramanya Iyar
C. Manodharma Sangeetam - Swarakalpana
1. Mohana
2. Hindola
3. Kalyani
4. Kambhoji
D. Laya Exercises
1. Adi talam
2. Rupaka talam
3. Khanda chapu talam
4. Misra chapu talam

 
ITheory
1. Technical Terminoloy
2. Panchadasa Gamakas
3. Manodharma Sangeetham
4. Raga Lakshanas
5. Other Compositions
6. Biographies
7. Musical InstrumentsPractical

IIPractical
A. Varnam
B. Swarajathi
C. Kruties
1. Thyagaraja
2. Muthuswamy Dikshitar
3. Patnam Subramanya Iyar
D. Kruties
1. Ashtapadi
2. Thillana
3. Tharangam
4. Javali
5. Padam
6. Dharuvu
E. Notation Writing
F. Raga Identification
 

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