Tintal is without any doubt the most common tal in the north Indian classical system of music. It is variously referred to as teental or trital. These names all reflect the three claps of its vibhags structure.
The structure of tintal is so amazingly symmetrical that it presents a very simple rhythmic structure against which a performance can be laid. It is composed of four vibhags of four matras each. These vibhags are represented by a clap, clap, wave, and a clap.
The structure of tintal is shown below:
clap, 2, 3, 4, clap, 2, 3, 4, wave, 2, 3, 4, clap, 2, 3, 4
Tabla solo, tintal
Ustad Zakir Hussain -- Vintage Teental Solo
Ustad Allah Rakha & Zakir Hussain Tabla Solo Teental
AnatoAli-(sitar)- AnindoChatterjee(-tabla)Riga 1999(Pt.2)
Anindo Chatterjee Tabla Solo Teental
Ustad Amir Khan - Raag Darbari Kanada, drut, teental
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