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The technique of using Mizrab- Bol-s, perfected by Dr. Lalmani Misra (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lalmani_Misra) empowers string players to create compositions in any Raga and Tal. Dr. Misra composed over thousand Gat-s and his style is now known as Misrabani. To convey complex beauty of his compositions, involving Kan, Murki, repeat vibrations etc. with accuracy, digital notation system, Ome Swarlipi was created by his daughter and grandson. Five to seven compositions each in eight Raga-s like Asavari, Bhimpalasi, Durga, Malkosh, Bageshwari are given in the book with Tan and Toda in Vilambit, Madhya & Drut laya.
In her foreword to the book, Dr. Pushpa Basu, retired Professor & Head, Instrumental Music, BHU, recalls her association with Dr. Misra since her student days. Apart from an essay on Misrabani style, the chapter on digital notation system explains how to use Ome Swarlipi, with illustrations and listing of resources. This volume makes it easy for scholars, researchers, students and composers to write their own compositions in digital format. It is a companion volume to Sitar Compositions in Ome Swarlipi published in 2010 (https://www.lulu.com/shop/ragini-trivedi/sitar-compositions-in-ome-swarlipi/hardcover/product-15163843.html).
Vichitra Veena recordings of Dr. Lalmani Misra & Dr. Ragini Trivedi are available on several digital platforms including https://www.youtube.com/OmenadNet This book would help in understanding their style and compositions.