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osangar

 

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oud music 

I just found a lovely oud piece that had a definitely spanish flavour to it! hope you all enjoy it as much as I have. He is in my books a truly incredible player.



also another more arabic flavour from the same player

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 2 2007 17:20:47
 
Ron.M

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RE: oud music (in reply to osangar

I don't understand the Tradition of Oud music...so I'm just basically a culture vulture here, but I really liked the second link a lot!
Great sound.

cheers,

Ron

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 2 2007 20:32:25
 
duende

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RE: oud music (in reply to osangar

i enjoy and are inspired by oud music a lot. however i do not have an understanding of the rythmicla structure of their rythms.

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jrabbani

 

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RE: oud music (in reply to osangar

this is also interesting:
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 3 2007 17:52:22
 
hassurbanipal

 

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RE: oud music (in reply to osangar

www.maqamworld.com

duende, if you want to learn more, here is a good start with a lot of explanation about scales, tuning and rytmic structure. But be warned, if you thought flamenco was difficult..........:))

greetings

Andy

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RE: oud music (in reply to osangar

For me, Asturias on a Oud works so NOT! There are so nice pieces for the Oud, or "intros" (Taksim) in Tarantas style. You dont have to copy western harmonies and pieces.

The bad thing is only that the Oud is regarded still as accompany instrument, which just repeats the melody sung by the singer. Like in flamenco the guitar.

This is just something i found quickly. I guess there is better things and with better audio qualitiy (here 16 kbps!) but i think the difference is obvious:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SXR13S05

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