Keyboard Notes : Pehla Nasha (Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikander)

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  1. batliwala

    batliwala New Member

    Language : Hindi
    Song : Pehala Nasha
    Movie : Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander
    Defaults : s r2 g3 m1 p d2 n3 (unless otherwise specified. See Legend for more details)

    Note: Formating lost while posting. Please click on the quote button to see the actual position of the notes, thanks.

    Legend for the notes:
    s = sa = C
    r1 = ri 1 = C#
    r2 = ri 2 = D
    g2 = ga 2 = D#
    g3 = ga 3 = E
    m1 = ma 1 = F
    m2 = ma 2 = F#
    p = pa = G
    d1 = da 1 = G#
    d2 = da 2 = A
    n2 = ni 2 = A#
    n3 = ni 3 = B
    S = sa = C [next octave; higher "sa"]
    R1 ...

    Notes: s


    Scale/Key: C (not necessarily original but chose to align with the scale of the notes)
    Prelude
    -------

    <piano pieces>
    G G P P PG R R P P S S R G pd ds dp
    Am

    d d S d mp p p rg r r r g m g r p r rg r r grs s
    Am G G G C

    p G R S p M G R S R GRS S
    C C

    Chahe Tum Kuch Na KahO Meine Sunliya
    g r r s s n s r d g m g rs srs
    . .
    C F C CG

    Ke Saathi Pyar Kaa Mujhe Chunliya
    g g r s p p rgr g m g rs s
    C G Am7 F

    Chunliya Meine Sunliya
    s r g gr r g s rg gr
    G G

    <piano pieces>
    S SS nSP S n
    C
    S SS nSP S n
    Am
    d dd dnS G S
    F
    SRRR pSRGRSn
    G
    S SS nSP S n
    C
    S SS nSP S n
    Am
    d dd dnS G S
    F
    SRRR S n S
    G

    Pallavi
    -------

    pehalaa nashaa pehalaa khumaar
    g g p p pdp p s r p p g
    C Am C

    nayaa pyaar hain... nayaa intazaar
    g g p p pdp pdp m g r r rgr
    C C G

    karaluun mein kya apna haal
    s n d n s mmg g
    . . .
    F C

    ai dil-e-beqaraar. mere. dil-e-beqaraar
    d n s g r r rgr sndnd n s m g g
    . . .... .
    F G F C

    tU hii bataa
    sr g s r
    G

    <Pehala Nasha...>

    Charanam 1
    ----------

    udataa hii phiruun in havaaon mein kahiin
    Sn S p d n2 dn2d d p mgr r d p p
    C F Dm C

    ya mein jhuul jaauun in ghataaon mein kahiiin
    Sn S p d n2 d d d p mgr r d p p
    C F Dm C

    ek karuthun aasamaan aur zamiin
    pm p p d n2d p p m pn2p
    Eb C

    kahO yaaro kya karuun kya nahiin
    p m p d n2 S S m m g mpm
    Bb F F-G

    <Pehala Nasha ...>
     
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  2. asimov

    asimov New Member

    Hello,

    Thanks for the posting!!. I might be mistaken but I think the original is in the key of F...so I just transpose all the entire chords from C -> F, Am-> Dm, G->C and there's a Bb thrown in somewhere...

    Cheers!!
     
  3. Hardik

    Hardik .:.:.:BoRn TaLenT:.:.:.

    Yes thats right...the scale is F....thx for the post...:)
     
  4. chaltapurja

    chaltapurja New Member

    Thanks Batliwala.. you are doing a wonderful job. I like all the songs you posted.
     
  5. aeg0

    aeg0 Guitarıng Alchemist

    can someone explain how to play this ?
    for eg the first line, G G P P.....assuming that G = pa, what is P?
     
  6. zicky5608

    zicky5608 Power Shortage

    G is not pa it is ga

    P is pa.
     
  7. Roopak_roxx

    Roopak_roxx New Member

    can i have the western notations of this song
     
  8. bondhutto

    bondhutto New Member

    Pehla Nasha piano notes

    I am an illiterate in piano, but I understand tunes a bit. I must say that I got a bit confused by seeing the notation.

    The first part shows the legend, where I see listings like s, r1, r2, g2, g3 .. etc. and then the notation starts at G G P P. There was no G or P in the legend list's left side.

    Then I see a G at the right side. It is for p, or "pa". Now if I think G is "pa", then what is "P"?

    Then somebody posts that G is ga and P is pa. Ahhh, .. I guessed so. now again confusion ... if G is ga, which ga is it? ga-2 or ga-3?

    Then somebody said, original notation was something different, so it is advised to shift the notation accordingly.

    Can I have a final notation on it which I can understand?

    I just know the basic sa-re-ga-ma-pa-dha-ni keys, nothing else. Please help me from a layman's approach.
     
  9. Mkgold

    Mkgold New Member

    Hey guys.

    Im new here, I am trying to find the Western piano music for Phela Nasha to learn to play for my Punjabi friend, havnt had much success yet, I was wondering if anyone could translate this into western notations?

    Thanks
    Mel
     
  10. guitarsikhbo

    guitarsikhbo New Member

    hi im new in this community can any of u help me by telling the chords of meri bheegi bheegi si composed by rd burman
     
  11. horsesmouth

    horsesmouth Active Member

    Few clarifications:

    g or G as written in the song notes is 'ga' from sa-re-ga-ma scale...........i.e. 'E' in western notation......since the scale is in 'C'
    The only difference is that 'g' written in caps means its the same 'g', but in a higher octave.

    Same applies for the other notes.

    All notes given with the song lyrics are those from the left hand side of the legend.

    If a note is written just as g, or p instead of g1 or p1 or g2 or p2 etc, it means u play the basic 'ga' note from the sa-re-ga-ma scale...i.e. the corresponding note from the C-major scale in this case.

    The notes how they've been written in the song /alongwith the notes from indian scale - corresponging notes from the C-Major scale are:

    s/sa - C
    r/re - D
    g/ga - E
    m/ma - F
    p/pa - G
    d/dha - A
    n/ni - B
    S/sa* - C* (Higher octave)
    R/re* - D*
    ..
    .
    and so on.....
     
  12. Mkgold

    Mkgold New Member

    ok thank you very much for that, but what does for example g1 mean?
     
  13. horsesmouth

    horsesmouth Active Member

    any note followed by 1/2/3 would basically mean komal/scale note/teevra note , i.e. Flat/scale note/sharp note.
    g2 - ga komal
    g3 - ga
    Similarly, r1 - re komal
    r2 - re
    Note here that scale note has only 1 of either a sharp or a flat, for e.g. g2,g3 while some have p1,p2.
    That's because no basic note can have both flat and sharp notes, i.e. You won't see g1,g2,g3 all in one place. Either the first will become r2 or third will become m1.
    This is a layman's explanation, as simple as I could make it. Hope tis helps. Read the books for proper technical explanation.
    Cheers!
     
  14. Mkgold

    Mkgold New Member

    ok, thank you for that, it still isnt making much sense but I have found a youtube video that I can try and play from. it is definatly intresting reading through what has been written and trying to figure out how it translates into the way i was taught.
     
  15. aniketpataskar

    aniketpataskar New Member

  16. kalemati12

    kalemati12 New Member

    thanks ...
     
  17. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    1. Learn sheet music (so many online tutorials, and besides, so many schools in India teach it too).
    2. Write/type it out on Sibelius/Finale/Guitar Pro.

    IS IT REALLY THAT HARD!? >_>
     
  18. rickkkyrich

    rickkkyrich Guest

    can you please recommend some websites..
     
  19. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    http://www.google.co.in/search?clie...+sheet+music&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

    http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=402852416780&oid=108725695814490
    http://www.howtodothings.com/hobbies/a2683-how-to-read-sheet-music.html
    http://www.notationmachine.com/how_to_read_sheetmusic/readingmusic.htm

    All good. Learn from many sites, I'd say, - from what I can see at a glance, some are skipping over what others cover.

    I can teach it too...I don't think any of them do it exactly the way I'd do it, but probably different strokes.
     
  20. rickkkyrich

    rickkkyrich Guest

    Thanks for the info..
     

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