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Our first kirtan song! Here you'll get to apply the sargam and chords you learned in Harmonium 110, 111, and 120, to the traditional kirtan "Anandamayi Ma."

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

The beloved "Baba Hanuman" kirtan song from Krishna Das' classic "Breath of the Heart" album. Learn to play it in melody and chord styles.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This beautifully haunting Shiva Shambho melody in Asawari That Scale is supported by some very cool chords - featuring a new "sus" chord!

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

There is so much sweetness in this "Govinda Jaya Jaya" song by Jai Uttal. Learn to play it in melody and chord styles, and get some tips on leading it in a kirtan.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This "Ma Durga" melody from Krishna Das is a beautiful, mellow invocation to the divine mother. And it's extended notes are a chance to work on timing and rhythm!

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Jaya Radha, Jaya Radha! This beautiful melody from Jai Uttal is based on the harmonic minor scale, giving it an interesting mix of major and minor flavors.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This is the classic melody from Deva Premal's album "The Essence," for the beautiful and powerful Gayatri mantra.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

A sweet, upbeat Om Namah Shivaya chant from Jai Uttal. Learn to play it with sustained chords, as well as with a fun chord rhythm - the "3+3+2" comping style.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Get introduced to Raga Bhupali, a sweet devotional raga based on the pentatonic scale, with this Ganesha Sharanam kirtan by Jai Uttal.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Learn the second part of "Ma Durga" by Krishna Das. Also learn a fun comping style to emphasize the waltz feel of this section. (Do Harmonium 205 first!)

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Radharani ki jai, Maharani ki jai! Bolo Radha Govinda ki jai jai jai! Celebrate the sweetness of divine love with this classic melody from Jai Uttal's "Kirtan!" album.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This is the first major section of "Mahamantra Meltdown," by Krishna Das on his Pilgrim Heart album. It features a classic chord progression: "one six four five."

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Need a soothing lullaby for your prayers? Jai Uttal's gentle "Shri Krishna Govinda" here provides a chance to blend melody style and chord styles together.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This beautiful version of "Sat Narayan Waheguru" was a collaboration between Snatam Kaur and kirtan music producer Ben Leinbach on his album "Sangha."

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Radhe Shyam! This is a spirited, upbeat kirtan, featuring a melody in the delightful Harmonic Minor scale, and introducing a diminished chord.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Want to learn a kirtan that's impossible to stop singing? Here's "Kashi Vishwanatha Gange" from Krishna Das, a joyful, classic kirtan.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

A tender hearted "Sita Ram" melody from Jai Uttal's "Kirtan!" double-album. Introduces a beautiful and simple moving bass line beneath a sustained chord.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

"Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu" means "May all beings be happy and free." This mantra is often sung at the end of yoga classes, and is a sweet, gentle prayer.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Here's a traditional raga-based "Sri Krishna" melody from Jai Uttal, in an unusual and beautiful scale. Includes a high-energy "shout chorus" section.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Here's a tender, heartfelt "Bhajagovindam Narayana" kirtan melody from Nina Rao, longtime musical collaborator with Krishna Das.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This is a beautiful Hare Krishna melody from Jai Uttal, based on the traditional Raga Bimpalashri. Its pure, haunting melody is a chance to explore cluster chords.

— 4 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This is an uplifting, spirited Radhe Radhe Govinda Radhe chant from kirtan camp with Jai Uttal. A compact song, with lots of fun variations.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This Kalyan-flavored Hare Krishna kirtan is like a sunrise awakening the day with its brightness. A very pretty melody composed by Dave Estes of Ananda Rasa.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Here's a slow, steady, deep Sri Ram Jaya Ram Jaya Jaya Ram song, in Bhairavi that scale, with a variety of lines that all return to a single beautiful refrain.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Let's do a song in "interval style!" That's the two-note stripped-down method of harmonium playing that Jai Uttal used on this Sita Ram recording.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Here's a super joyful maha-mantra melody from kirtan camp with Jai Uttal, perfect for practicing "chord flashes" during melody style playing.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

This elegant, simple "Wahe Guru" melody from Sikh kirtan artist Sada Sat Kaur is a nice chance to weave melody, chord, and interval styles together.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

A traditional temple-style Shiva chant, set to a pretty chord progression. Musically simple, but a lovely deep vibration to this kirtan mantra.

— 4 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Shyamdas was a maestro of bhav, and this is one maha mantra melody of his that serves as a beautiful pathway home to Vrindavan, the abode of liberation.

— 4 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Learn to play Krishna Das' Door of Faith version of this beautiful invocation to the ultimate devotee, Hanuman, ever absorbed in unceasing devotion to SitaRam.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

From Jai Uttal's "Kirtan!" album comes this short and evocative chant to Durga, the Great Mother of the Universe, protector and savior of all.

— 5 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

A cheerful "Govinda Jaya Jaya, Gopala Jaya Jaya, Radha Ramana Hari, Govinda Jaya Jaya" melody, loosely based on Raga Bhupali's pentatonic scale.

— 4 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker

Learn a version of a song in kalyan scale that Daniel fell in love with at an Amma retreat, with the refrain "Satchidananda Guru, Jaya Guru Jaya Guru."

— 4 lesson videos with Daniel Tucker