Hernan Ergueta | Instructional Audiobook (World's Rhythmology Vol. 1) [Rhythms From Maqsoum]

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Instructional Audiobook (World's Rhythmology Vol. 1) [Rhythms From Maqsoum]

by Hernan Ergueta

Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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1. Introduction
2:22 album only
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2. Short Musical Concepts
8:42 album only
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3. Basic Sounds of Derbake and Finger Cymbals
3:36 album only
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4. Maqsoum Rhythm
2:16 album only
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5. Saidi Rhythm
1:11 album only
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6. Baladi Rhythm
1:54 album only
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7. Masmoudi Rhythm
2:58 album only
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8. Walking Maqsoum Rhythm
1:11 album only
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9. Sombati Rhythm
1:07 album only
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10. Shiftatelli Rhythm
1:37 album only
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11. Fallahi Rhythm
1:20 album only
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12. Ayoup Rhythm
1:29 album only
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13. Zar Rhythm
1:58 album only
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14. Bayou Rhythm
1:05 album only
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15. Karatshi Rhythm
1:16 album only
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16. Conclusion
3:49 album only
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Album Notes
Over the years, several historians and musicians say the Egyptian Maqsoum rhythm is the father of all Egyptian rhythms. Despite this statement may be somewhat exaggerated it is very clear that the Maqsoum has influenced the creation of other rhythms and this rhythm is par excellence the most widely used in Arab music and dance.

In this audio-book Oriental Rhythms Vol.1, Hernan Ergueta, makes an analysis of various Egyptians rhythms, and other more from distant regions, finding the root that links all these rhythms with Maqsoum. This bond becomes a powerful teaching tool both, for musicians and dancers. As this rhythm is studied, one can easily understand 11 other rhythms that are closely related to it, and one can do this in a really simple way. The Maqsoum rhythms discussed are: Baladi, Saidi, Masmoudi, Maqsoum Walking, Sombati, Shiftatelli, Fallahi, Ayoup, Zar, Bayou and Karatshi.

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