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Alaaps are systematic improvisation of the raga. Usually we begin with lower octave notes in aalap and one after the other we introduce the new notes progressively in the octave.

Alaap in Sthayi means improvisation in lower and middle octave of the raga. We need to play the Primary part of the sthayi after each of the aalaps below.

In Indian music all the improvisations are played spontaneously. Here we have given the pre-composed improvisations which are intended for the beginners and intermediate learners of Indian classical music to understand and play improvisations in a Raga.

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