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This is the violin piece that sharukh khan plays in Mohabbatein. keyboard, piano or giotar music notes for song Mohabbatein violin portion.

View attachment Mohabbatein_hamko hami se_violin piece.zip

aPlease do note that the notes are converted to Carnatic form, even though the original was in western.

Let me know your comments.

Lyrics:
Humko humise chura lo, dil mein kahin tum chhupa lo - 2
Hum akele kho naa jaaye, door tumse ho naa jaaye
Paas aao gale se lagaa lo

note: Download the music notes for the same from the above link.


Music Notes: (correct and better readable format can be downloaded from above link )
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Code:
==========================================================================
      *           *                                             
s  r  g  m  p  d  n  s                                          
                                                                
   *           *                                                
s  n  d  p  m  g  r  s                                          
                                                                
(this is the violin piece that sharukh khan plays!
double dots indicates that, the note belong to 2nd octave
  the above raga form should be used while playing.
  'g' and 'n' are flat  )
==========================================================================
   .  . . .     .           .      .                            
.  .  . . .  .  .  .   .    .   .  .  . . .  . . .              
p  r  s r s  n  s  d   m    s   n  s  n d n_ n d p              
                                             ---                
Humko humise chura lo, dil mein kahin tum chhupa lo - 2
                                                                
. . .. .  ..  ...   .    ..  .. ..  .  ..  ...                  
n d pd p  dp  mpm   _    nd  pd nd  p  dp  mpm                  
                                -----                           
Hum akele kho naa jaaye, door tumse ho naa jaaye
              .  .                                              
. .  ..  ..   .  .  .  .                                        
r r  rn  nn   s  r  d  p                                        
Paas aao gale se lagaa lo
                                                                
.....               .  .                                        
dpmgr    . .   .. | .  .  .  .                                  
=====    r n   nn_  s  r  d  p                                  
(exctra line)
==========================================================================

Movie Name: Mohabbatein
Lyric Name: Humko Humise Churaa Lo (Request personalized song)
Lyricists: Anand Bakshi
Music Director: Jatin-Lalit
Singer(s): Lata Mangeshkar, and Udit Narayan

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Nb: music notes are written in carnatic notational format. Only the basic form is written. You can improvise always.
Please do listen to the original violin piece at least 100 times before you try it yourself.
All the best.
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Western note progression for this song is given below.
Code:
C D D# E F G A A# C2

C2 A# A G F E D# D C
( I am not so good at writing western. So if somebody wants to correct me, please do feel free and go ahead! :) )
.
Code:
s =  C2     ('sa' and one dot)

.                  
.                  
s = C3     ('sa' and 2 dots it)

In the same way, for this song,

*
g  = D#


*
n  =  A#
I think this tip helps you to convert it to western. Or somebody please come forward and convert it fully.

For more on conversion follow this link:

http://www.myoozic.com/threads/converting-eastern-music-notes-to-western.63/

Hope this helps a lot!
 
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C2 c3

I know in western we have C C flat and C sharp

what does C2 C3 means
 

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It is simple. C2 means C from second pitch.
If you are still confused over different pitches, follow this link:

http://www.music.vt.edu/musicdictionary/appendix/pitch/pitch.html
Just 'C' means, it's the c from normal pitch.

Obviously, C1 means, it's the C from second pitch.

Hope, this clarifies your doubt.
 

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