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Solfeggio Music Scale
Western music uses the terms, Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Ti, Do to represent the 7 major keys. Indian Music uses a Solfeggio system of Sa, Re, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha, Ni, Sa. Of note, Indian Music actually has slightly different "pronunciations" or microtonal aspects to the Solfeggio depending on the time of day.
In the table below, Large Solfeggio represent a whole note that is not modulated, while a small Solfeggio represents a half note that is modulated or pronounced with a wavering voice.
Solfeggio Music CDs:
Bhairava (Pronounced "Byra.")
5 am to 11 am.
Bilawal (Pronounced "Bil a Whal")
11 am to Noon.
Bhairavi (Pronounced "Ba Ra Vee")
Noon to Midnight.
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