Music has played an important role
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I have traveled to more than 30 countries around the world.
I’ve traveled to more than 30 countries around the world, and I’ve been playing ethnic instruments.
Today, I’d like to introduce one of the Arabic scales and explain the appeal of Middle Eastern music, which is not found in Western music.
Today, I will introduce one of the Arabic scales and explain the appeal of Middle Eastern music that is not found in Western music.
Maqam improve blood circulation and make you feel more energetic?
Music in the Middle East
Music in the Middle East has a history of development as a form of music therapy.
Since ancient times, it has been used for therapeutic purposes by people with mental illness.
CAPRICORN SATURN-JUPITER、Group.EARTH-FIRE. hot and dry nature. Gives a good impression after mid-afternoon. It is associated with yellow bile, daytime. Good for blood circulation, abdomen, lower back, thighs and legs. It is effective in acute abdominal pain, back pain and diseases related to blood pressure. There is significant evidence that this tonality can affect mental disorders. It is one of the most ancient tunings.
There are some, but I’m not a medical professional.
I will not mention the physical effects. Nevertheless
However, there is evidence that healing effects can be obtained by exposing the body to minute frequencies that cannot be produced by western instruments such as folk instruments.
It has probably been used as a music therapy since ancient times.
Today’s performance is by an easy-to-understand modern performer.
The Arabic Scale
It’s a rather familiar mode of Middle Eastern music.
mode of Middle Eastern music that is rather familiar to us.
I would like to introduce you to Maqam Nihavend.
by Socrates Sinopoulos, contemporary musician and kemence player
based on the Ottoman classical form
The performance is based on Maqam NIhavend.
- Saz semai Classical style instrumental music in 10+3 time signature
- Maqam Like a rule for playing sound
I think it’s rather easy to relate to because it incorporates the harmonies of Western music.
The instrument that looks like an oud
The instrument that looks like an oud is called a Lavta
At first glance, it looks like an oud.
It is an instrument unique to Ottoman classical music.
Let me tell you a story.
When I visited Greece, I was advised that if I was doing lyra
If you do lyra, you should also do lauta.
It is smaller than the oud.
I guess because it is smaller than the oud and has frets, so it is easier to play in tune.
Even if you don’t have an ethnic instrument
, you can still play this kind of music.
We have prepared a music sheet for you to use.