Chitta swara

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

In Indian classical music, chitta swaras are a set of solfa passages (phrases of swaras). These are sung after the anupallavi and charanam, in the krithis which enriches the beauty of the composition.[1] This is usually done by the performers and not by the composers and in Carnatic music is an important improvisation aspect (manodharma music).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Royal Carpet: Glossary of Carnatic Terms C. Accessed January 17, 2015.