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Saving the sound of the Middle East
« on: June 23, 2015, 06:41:31 AM »
Hello,

Ibrahim Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Azeem is among the final conventional craftsmen within Egypt producing the actual oud, the actual guitar-like device noticed within a lot Persia songs.

He's among just 6 or even 7 oud manufacturers nevertheless employed in the actual historical Mohamed Ali Road within Cairo. It requires him or her per week to create 1 oud available, molding this through slim levels associated with wooden which are became a member of collectively without needing fingernails.

"We provide large portions associated with wooden after which all of us reduce this in to slim levels, inch stated Abdel-Azeem. "First all of us place individuals levels about the warm metal. Later on all of us flex this. As it pertains away all of us glue this collectively since the Oud does not have no fingernails. inch


Abdel-Azeem had been just fourteen whenever their dad passed away as well as he or she required more than their course. It's not only a work in order to him or her, however the life-style. "Oud may be the Sultan associated with songs as well as tunes, inch stated Abdel-Azeem. "Without oud there is no songs. It is the bottom in order to every other device.

"Making a good oud demands creative expertise. It is not only the industry simply because once the oud isn't created correctly or even the actual seem appearing out of it's not correct all of us turn out to be psychologically stressed out. :D :D :D :D


However he or she concerns how the industry may pass away away. "The just individuals remaining producing ouds are just 6 or even
Shamma, forty seven, is really a composer, artist, poet and today the instructor.

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Re: Saving the sound of the Middle East
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2015, 12:45:21 PM »
Hello,

Oud is my favorite musical instrument. I like it very much. Actually i am a fan of Arabian music.

In your post you share how to save the sound of the Middle East instrument.

Thanks.