Collective arrangement as an ensemble, and exchange of ideas among the group. Investigation of styles of arranging other than the notated method, and more through listening and becoming familiar with the instruments and the players in the ensemble. Comparison of the results with previously learned styles of arranging and exploring the advantages of each method. At this level each student is required to perform the role of ensemble coordinator, overseeing the process of the exchange of opinions and guiding implementation by the ensemble. The repertoire will contain one or more pieces from the samai, longa and sirto forms as well as dances and tahamil and popular vocal repertoire of the local region.
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