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Built around the life and teachings of master percussionist Michel Merhej Baklouk this book has been designed as a biographical tribute a teaching manual and a resource guide for anyone wishing to develop a deeper understanding of the role that percussion plays in Near Eastern Arabic music This book differs from most techniue manuals in that it includes historical information on about Arabic music as it pertains to the life and work of a single artist Michel Merhej Baklouk The book is composed of three parts Introduction Lessons and Reference Information Each part is written to stand on its own as well as fit with the whole so that readers can approach the book either as individual articles and lessons or in its entirety to be read from cover to cover By presenting Michel's work in this way we hope to appeal to a wider audience percussion students at varying skill levels and from varying music disciplines and backgrounds students of music and Middle Eastern studies or anyone else interested in twentieth century Arab music and culture The first part Introduction contains several essays about Michel's life his teaching philosophy pedagogical practices musical aesthetics and performance practices Although these sections may be read independently they are also designed to help percussion students apply the book's lessons to their own playing and musical interpretations The technical focus of this book is on the ri; however students of Arabic music beginning through advanced can adapt the practical exercises to gain mastery of the percussion instruments of their choice The second part Lessons begins with information about how to hold the percussion instrument case in point the ri and how to practice effectively It then presents the body of exercises that Michel developed for his students These exercises have been taken directly from Michel's notated lessons which he developed into units corresponding to levels of proficiency or academic years as he taught them at the Conservatory in Beirut; however for the purposes of this book the exercises are reorganized to correspond to subject matter and only roughly mirror Michel's conservatory seuence Unit 1 Techniue Building Exercises is aimed at novice players or anyone who is new to reading music Units 2 through 5 focus on specific rhythmic structures with increasing complexity Students should master each unit of exercises before proceeding to the next unit The third part Reference Information includes a notation reference a list of rhythms a list of further reading recommendations and a glossary of Arabic music terms many of which are used in the text All Arabic words in this book appear in italics except proper names and with the exception of some proper Arab names the text is essentially written in the standard system of transliteration used by the Library of Congress and most academic literature Throughout the book you will see uotations from Michel offset in the text These prosaic tidbits may be words of wisdom interesting anecdotes about Michel's life or insights into his work and world of music Each provides a glimpse into the personality of this exceptional musician As a technical manual for students of Arabic percussion Classical Ri Techniue provides specific exercises and explores important concepts some of which are rarely taught even in private lessons At the same time this book strives for a broader goal to present and preserve classical percussion from the perspective of a master who not only lived in but also influenced the golden age of Arabic music Includes access to online audio.

classical pdf techniue mobile Classical Ri epub Classical Ri Techniue KindleBuilt around the life and teachings of master percussionist Michel Merhej Baklouk this book has been designed as a biographical tribute a teaching manual and a resource guide for anyone wishing to develop a deeper understanding of the role that percussion plays in Near Eastern Arabic music This book differs from most techniue manuals in that it includes historical information on about Arabic music as it pertains to the life and work of a single artist Michel Merhej Baklouk The book is composed of three parts Introduction Lessons and Reference Information Each part is written to stand on its own as well as fit with the whole so that readers can approach the book either as individual articles and lessons or in its entirety to be read from cover to cover By presenting Michel's work in this way we hope to appeal to a wider audience percussion students at varying skill levels and from varying music disciplines and backgrounds students of music and Middle Eastern studies or anyone else interested in twentieth century Arab music and culture The first part Introduction contains several essays about Michel's life his teaching philosophy pedagogical practices musical aesthetics and performance practices Although these sections may be read independently they are also designed to help percussion students apply the book's lessons to their own playing and musical interpretations The technical focus of this book is on the ri; however students of Arabic music beginning through advanced can adapt the practical exercises to gain mastery of the percussion instruments of their choice The second part Lessons begins with information about how to hold the percussion instrument case in point the ri and how to practice effectively It then presents the body of exercises that Michel developed for his students These exercises have been taken directly from Michel's notated lessons which he developed into units corresponding to levels of proficiency or academic years as he taught them at the Conservatory in Beirut; however for the purposes of this book the exercises are reorganized to correspond to subject matter and only roughly mirror Michel's conservatory seuence Unit 1 Techniue Building Exercises is aimed at novice players or anyone who is new to reading music Units 2 through 5 focus on specific rhythmic structures with increasing complexity Students should master each unit of exercises before proceeding to the next unit The third part Reference Information includes a notation reference a list of rhythms a list of further reading recommendations and a glossary of Arabic music terms many of which are used in the text All Arabic words in this book appear in italics except proper names and with the exception of some proper Arab names the text is essentially written in the standard system of transliteration used by the Library of Congress and most academic literature Throughout the book you will see uotations from Michel offset in the text These prosaic tidbits may be words of wisdom interesting anecdotes about Michel's life or insights into his work and world of music Each provides a glimpse into the personality of this exceptional musician As a technical manual for students of Arabic percussion Classical Ri Techniue provides specific exercises and explores important concepts some of which are rarely taught even in private lessons At the same time this book strives for a broader goal to present and preserve classical percussion from the perspective of a master who not only lived in but also influenced the golden age of Arabic music Includes access to online audio.

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PDF/EPUB Classical Ri Techniue PDF/EPUB Ï Classical Ri  Kindle ´ betadvice.es

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