CO1. Identify the language of a composition, understand the meaning inherent in it.

 CO2. Perform the devotional compositions in Sanskrit .

 CO3 .Render the devotional compositions in Malayalam.

 CO4 .Perform the Tamil devotional compositions.

 CO5 .Render the Kannada compositions and Hindi compositions.

 CO6 Render the compositions by Saint Tyagaraja and Bhadrachalam Ramdas in Telugu.

Course Outcomes:

  1. Sing the prescribed Varnams in three degrees of speed.
  2. Apply simple muktaippus in Kalpana Svara Singing.
  3. Render alapana and Kalpana svaras in melakartas.
  4. Apply Manodharma in Melakarta and janya ragas.
  5. Explain the key phrases of the above ragas.

 Course outcomes

Understand the features of musicology

Distinguish between Lakshya and Lakshana , Primary sources and secondary sources

Understand historical sources through lakshana grantas

Summarize the different methods for improving  improvisation/ manodharma

Understand the general patterns of a music concert and how to write concert reviews.

CO1:Render compositions in a variety of ragas including rare as well as allied.

CO2:Analyze ragas,both theoretically and practically

CO3:Analyze the allied features of Ragas through rendition.

CO4:Understand the rare ragas handled by various composers

CO5:Render svarajati in Todi composed by Syama Sasthri.

CO1: Explain the Paddhati followed in Kathakalakshepam and the evolution of Musical forms

CO2: Understand the contents of the musical Inscriptions thirumayam and Kudumiyamalai

CO3:Explain Ritualistic music of the temples,musical iconography and musical stone pillars.

CO4:Understand the content of the Lakshanagranthas

CO5:Identify the construction and playing method of the Instruments

CO6:Explain the lakshana of the given Ragas.