Erscheinungsdatum: 10.04.2020, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: An Oriental Approach to Jazz Improvisation. Employing Turkish Makam, Arabic Maqam & Northern Indian Raga Scales and Modes, Autor: Mikosch, Thomas, Verlag: Lulu.com, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: ART // General, Rubrik: Kunst, Seiten: 96, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 274 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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This book is part of a series composed of 4 books: Measures in Music , Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems , Scales, Modes & Maqam Scales and Chords & Fourth Harmony Chords . In this study, we tried to disclose as much briefly as possible the definition, naming and features of intervals in two music systems. Moreover, we prepared the listening samples of intervals in 2 music systems. Audio files are distributed with the book via Internet. The readers would also find in the text the notes of all of these listening samples. Therefore, readers would not only be able to learn the theoretical dimensions of the intervals but also to examine a set of intervals via listening to them in all tones.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Central Asian classical music is called shashmaqam, which arose in Bukhara in the late 16th century when that city was a regional capital. Shashmaqam is closely related to Azeri mugam and Uyghur muqam. The name, which translates as six maqams refers to the structure of the music, which contains six sections in different musical modes, similar to classical Persian music. Interludes of spoken Sufi poetry interrupt the music, typically beginning at a low register and gradually ascending to a climax before calming back down to the beginning tone. Endurance of listening and continual audiences that attend events, such as bazms or weddings, is what makes the folk-pop style of music so popular. The classical music in Uzbekistan is very different than that of the pop music. Mostly men listen to solo or duo shows during a morning or evening meeting amongst men. Shash maqam, which is the main component of the classical genre of music. The large support of the musicians came from high class families, which meant the patronage was to be paid to the Shash maqam above all things.
This book is part of a series composed of 4 books: Measures in Music , Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems , Scales, Modes & Maqam Scales and Chords & Fourth Harmony Chords . In this study, we tried to present for the readers, as much briefly as possible, the central concepts related to the measurement in music such as the definition and types of measures, duration, speed, counting/beating. Under each subtitle, the relevant definitions are further disclosed as much openly and briefly as possible again. At the last pages of this study, the readers will find the Tables of Listening Samples: Counting Forms with Accents including the combinations and permutations of accents within the context of a set of measures. All of these accent combinations and permutations were presented in the forms of listening samples in the CD distributed with the book via Internet. Hence it would be easy for the readers to follow the tables by using the CD.
This book is part of a series composed of 4 books: Measures in Music , Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems , Scales, Modes & Maqam Scales and Chords & Fourth Harmony Chords . This study is divided into two main sections, first main section is on the conventional chords in western musical tradition and the second one is on the fourth harmony chords which are functional in the harmonisation of a set of maqam scales which can be expressed in the temperament system. In each main sections there exist 3 subsections including i- the theoretical explanations on the constitutions of relevant chords, ii- demonstrations of chords on certain scale structures (such as modes or maqam scales) and iii- a set of chord progressions. At the end of the second main section (on fourth harmony chords) there is an other subsection including the graphical illustrations of fourth harmony chord positions on guitar. In this book, at the proper places under the relevant titles, the contents of the Audio CD (which will be distributed via Internet) is also illustrated for the reader and the notation of listening samples are presented in the form of either conventional notes or of tables.
This book is part of a series composed of 4 books: Measures in Music , Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems , Scales, Modes & Maqam Scales and Chords & Fourth Harmony Chords . In this book, most frequently used scales and modes in temperament system, ajnas & some common maqam scales in Arel-Ezgi system and the ajnas & maqam scales which can be expressed in temperament system are analyzed and introduced. In this study at the proper places under the relevant titles, the contents of the CD (distributed with the book via Internet) is also illustrated in the form of screen images and the notation of listening samples are presented in the form of either conventional notes or of tables. It is assumed that in this way, the readers would be able to learn this subject matter via both reading and listening.
The music of Western Asia and North Africa spans across a vast region, from Morocco to Afghanistan, and its influences can be felt even further afield. Middle Eastern music influenced (and has been influenced by) the music of Greece and India, as well as Central Asia, Spain, the Caucasus and the Balkans, as in chalga. The various nations of the region include the Arabic-speaking countries of the Middle East and North Africa, the Persian tradition of Iran, the Greek traditions of Cypriot music, the music of Turkey, traditional Assyrian music, various Jewish traditions from Israel, the Kurdish music, Berbers of North Africa, and the Coptic Christians in Egypt all maintain their own traditions. Throughout the region, religion has been a common factor in uniting peoples of different languages, cultures and nations. The predominance of Islam allowed a great deal of Arabic influence to spread through the region rapidly from the 7th century onward. The Arabic scale is strongly melodic, based around various maqam or modes (also known as makam in Turkish music).