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Why starts learning Oud now?
« on: December 03, 2015, 07:15:18 AM »
You are an Oud lover, but doesn't know how to play it. OMG  ::) You running out of time. Start learning Oud from today.
Why?

1. The music played on Oud can be anything you want it to be. It can be energetic, lively, dramatic, melancholic, and also very fun.
2. If you like to bend the rules, try something new, get out of old paradigms, or just want to play notes that you canít find on a piano, the Oud is only for you.
3. The Oud is the boss of the bosses of the modern Guitar.
4. The Oud is definitely a challenging instrument, but it isnít as difficult as the Piano, drums or so on.
5. Anyone who has listened to music knows that it creates different effects on the body.



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Re: Why starts learning Oud now?
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2015, 10:59:04 AM »
Oud master (Maestro Barhum) will teach you how to play the oud. This lesson will be good for a beginner players and will contain the following subjects: Holding the oud and the plectrum (the "Reesha"), The numbers and names of the chords, Holding the oud's neck with the left hand, Stretching the oud's strings to the keys, Names of the musical scales and playing the chords up to the first octave, Tuning the oud's chords (duzan), Playing the chords up to the middle of the third octave, Explaining the Ajam scale (major) and the way to play it, Explaining the Ajam scale (major) and the way to play it, Explaining the Nahawand scale (minor) and the way to play it, Exercises.
Take a look at that deeply..
http://www.arabinstruments.com/index.php/galleryvideo/index?gallery=6/

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Re: Why starts learning Oud now?
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2015, 09:35:35 AM »
Andre Hopfner tell about starting this.
   
As a guitar player looking to learn the oud, these lessons are a great help!  Patient and thorough, Navid offers insights into every aspect of oud playing. From the anatomy of the instrument to the complexities and nuances of middle-eastern music, Navid opens the doors for us and guides us knowingly through to the realm of understanding.
 

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Re: Why starts learning Oud now?
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2015, 10:30:57 AM »
Learning to play the Oud means learning a whole new musical realm. While Western and Middle Eastern music share many commonalities, Middle Eastern music offers much deeper musical experience, which a lot of Oud enthusiasts get hooked on.

Take quarter notes, for example. As the name suggests, it is located in between a natural note and a flat.You can play notes that you never thought existed on this instrument. Possibilities are endless.There are many more benefits to playing the Oud.

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Re: Why starts learning Oud now?
« Reply #4 on: January 01, 2016, 10:48:47 AM »
What about if a child start to learn oud playing. Playing oud make children about delayed gratification. It has a steep learning curve. Before you can make a single sound, you must first learn how to hold the violin, how to hold the bow, and where to place your feet, Larew says. Playing an instrument teaches kids to persevere through hours, months, and sometimes years of practice before they reach specific goals, such as performing with a band or memorizing a solo piece. "Private lessons and practicing at home require a very focused kind of attention for even 10 minutes at a time," Larew says. Group lessons, in which students learn to play the same instruments in an ensemble, also improve patience, as children must wait their turn to play individually. And in waiting for their turns and listening to their classmates play, kids learn to show their peers respect, to sit still and be quiet for designated periods of time, and to be attentive.