04 Arab Music 3 - virtuosity over emotionality ( tarab)...

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Chapter 10, Music of the Arab World, in Worlds of Music I. Music in History, Music as History: Mesopotamia and present-day Iraq II. The Maghrib
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Today we will.… talk about the syllabus quiz wrap up a few loose ends from last week study new material regarding the Arab world: Music in History, Music as History (Mesopotamia and Present-day Iraq) The Maghrib
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tarab tarab – ecstasy, enchantment mutribah, mutrib reaction from, rapport with the audience
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Mesopotamia and Present-day Iraq Mesopotamia: the “land between the two rivers” invention and intellectual life 9th to 13th-century science and music Greek treatises
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Music in History, Music as History Medieval Mesopotamia and Present-Day Iraq
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Rahim Alhaj Rahim Alhaj, musician from Baghdad listening to “Horses” programmatic music 3-note motive tonic note major and minor scales
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Unformatted text preview: virtuosity over emotionality ( tarab) Ottoman Empire 1326 1918 musical legacy European colonialism 18th-19th centuries and into the 20th North African countries gaining independence only in mid-twentieth century Arab music in the early 20th century collection of Arab music attempt to codify Arab musical forms, scales, and rhythms Congress of Arab Music 1932 recordings The Maghrib Maghrib (or Magrheb) and Mashriq Andulusian legacy Ladino Sephardic Jews diaspora Abenamar Ladino text: dialogue between the Moorish Prince Abenamar and King Juan II of Castille Alhambra viol drone double-stops flute guitar dumbek Independent Morocco 1956 gained independence from France Maghrebi and French mutual influence...
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