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bsfloyd

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Oud, Ney, and Darbuka
« on: August 28, 2019, 05:50:15 PM »
So, I could have posted this in any of the sub forums here, but seeing how darbuka is my main instrument I chose here.

I am looking for recordings, CDs of the classic trio of Oud, Ney, and Darbuka.  Do any exist?  I love the simple yet elegant sound of these three instruments together and would love to purchase some CDs of this.

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Re: Oud, Ney, and Darbuka
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2019, 02:43:29 AM »
Hi, due to our holidays here's a brief report to your posting only:

Look
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYSRvTbNM8xH9lIOYBnkIS46cdGTcBQys

It's the very purists version of those instruments and unlikely not that common arrangement you might expect.

Another option:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsEY5OL8nDLG_7N3aVzsGBdL4leCIwGtn

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Re: Oud, Ney, and Darbuka
« Reply #2 on: September 03, 2019, 06:06:19 PM »
Hello dHuGo - thank you for the links!  Yes, I am very well aware of the Arab Instrument Team videos of this topic and very much enjoy to listen to them.  I was just hoping to be able to find some CDs that I can listen to in my car.  I know the Team from Sons De Lorient have some similar videos as well.

The second link you provided is very lovely duo music of Ney and Oud (very traditional it appears), but is missing one instrument, lol.  I am hoping to find a trio in CD format - which I know even CDs is becoming more and more rarely listened to with all the digital download these days.  Ha, to show my age I still remember my 8-Track collection 😀

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Re: Oud, Ney, and Darbuka
« Reply #3 on: September 07, 2019, 06:33:29 AM »
yes, some years ago, when we went to Cappadocia in our holidays - there they were noodling "Glman" everywhere anytime so I met etiner Mzik and I loved it! - They have a lot of CD with instrumentals or ambient style music, some you can find on the YouTube channel too. And hopefully you may order something on it's website. The pity is, I've never yet heard Darbuka in those tunes, all traditional percussions is with framedrums, I think so
Other "uncommon" (for us only) instruments are Duduk, Kanun, Saz, Kamancha that's what I know.

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Re: Oud, Ney, and Darbuka
« Reply #4 on: September 08, 2019, 07:50:43 PM »
Thats awesome you are able to visit such places on your holidays!  I am in envy as my holidays usually end up working around the house. 

This is great information, I will look that up on YouTube.  Frame Drums are rather nice to me actually!  They are some of the most earliest percussion instruments.  I have been longing for a Tar.... :)