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تعلم الغناء العربي مع رئبال الخضري 
 
تعلم الغناء العربي مع رئبال

Learn Darbuka

$90

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Instructor : Nasser Salameh


Level : from Beginner to Advanced


# Of Videos : 24


Darbouka , Doumbek , Tablah or Arabic Tabla are all names used for the Goblet Drum, which is the most popular percussion or hand drum used in Arabic Music and other Middle Eastern Music . In this Darbouka course with Mr. Nasser Salameh you will start from the basics of playing Darbouka and finish with advanced exercises and tips that will help you to become a professional Darbouka player. Throughout these Darbouka lessons you will learn many popular rhythms an beats (Maqsoom , Ayoub , Masmoudi Kabeer , Laff ,Saudi , Karachi ,Wihdah Kabeera, Chiftetelli , Dawr Hindi , Nawakht and other even and odd count rhythms) that are used in Classical Arabic Music forms (Samaie and Muwashah), Arabic Pop Music, Classical Arabic Songs and Folk Songs.

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Learn Darbuka L 1 – Dum and Tak 

 

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In lesson 1 of the Darbuka lessons you will first meet your instructor Mr. Nasser Salameh and then you will learn how to produce the main two sounds on the Darbuka (or Arabic Tabla): Dum which is the low frequency or bass sound using the palm of the right hand and the Tak which is the high frequency sound using the ring finger of the left hand. Advice on how to practice is also given

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Learn Darbuka L 2 – A good Darbuka sound  

 

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Lesson 2 of the Darbuka lessons starts with a recommendation of completing exercises from the first lesson then moves on to how to increase the speed of the ring finger for the tak sound. The second exercise teaches how to produce a Tak sound from the right hand using the edge of the middle finger and finally the third exercise is using the Left Left –Right Right to practice the left tak and the right tak on the Darbuka. Clear sound before speed

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Learn Darbuka L 3 – Ayoub (or Ayyub) Rhythm

 

Starting this lesson of Learn Darbuka you will start learning a technique and a rhythm in every Darbuka lesson. Lesson three teaches you the tremolo technique and then how to play the Ayoub (or Ayyub) Rhythm which is a 2/4 rhythm that is popular in Arabic Music. Different ways of how to play Ayoub with different Dums and Taks are given

 

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Learn Darbuka L 4 – The slap sound (Sak) on Darbuka

 

The slap sound or the Sak is introduced in this lesson with advice on finding the best sound out of your hand shape for playing Darbuka. You will also learn how to use the slap on the Ayoub rhythm from the past Darbuka Lesson

 

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Learn Darbuka L 5 – Popular Middle-Eastern Rhythm: Maqsoom

 

If you have completed the first four Darbuka Lessons and did your homework things become really fun for you in Lesson 5 where you learn the Maqsoom Rhythm on Darbuka which is a very popular Middle Eastern rhythm used a lot in Arabic Music from Pop, Traditional, Old and new Arabic songs as well as being a popular rhythm for Belly Dancing. You will also learn other rhythms from the Maqsoom family like the Masmoudi Rhythm and the Sa’eedi rhythm

 

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Learn Darbuka L 6 – Big Masmoudi Rhythm

 

In this lesson of Learn Darbuka you will a learn a very important rhythm used in classical Arabic music as well as Andalusian Muwashahat which is the Big Masmoudi Rhythm or beat. Further you will learn an exercise that will merge different sounds that you have already learned using left and right hand

 

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Learn Darbuka L 7 – Essential exercise for Darbuka players

 

In lesson seven of the Darbuka Lessons Mr. Nasser Salameh talks about the importance of producing the right sound before speeding on the Darbuka and gives an essential exercise using different sounds (Dum ,Tak and Slap) and both hands on one of the very important techniques for improvisation on Darbuka

 

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Learn Darbuka L 8 – Muted Tak on Darbuka

 

A new sound is introduced in lesson eight of Learn Darbuka: Muted Tak. Examples of how to use the muted tak in the Masmoudi Rhythm are given; also different ways in which you can mute the Darbuka to play a tak are explained

 

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Learn Darbuka L 9 – Laff, Saudi, Ayoubi (Zaar) and Karachi

 

In this lesson you will learn a group of related 2/4 World beats and rhythms (Laff (Malfoof),Saudi , Ayoubi (Zaar) and Karachi ) that are used often in many styles of Arabic music such as folk Arabic music , pop Arabic Music , instrumental Arabic music and more

 

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Learn Darbuka L 10 – Moving Between Rythms (Advanced)

 

Mr. Nasser Salameh starts this lesson by making sure that knowledge of rhythms taught in the past Darbuka Lessons are known and practiced before he starts talking about how to move from one beat to another while playing. The warning sign is introduced: how to give a warning sing to the rest of the musical group that the rhythm or the speed (tempo) is about to change

 

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Learn Darbuka L 11 – Using the Nails Technique on Darbuka

 

In this lesson of the Darbuka Lessons you will learn how to use the nails to produce a new sound that you can use when playing soft darbuka and lower dynamics. You will learn different techniques using the nails

 

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Learn Darbuka L 12 – The Wihdah Kabeera Rhythm

 

In lesson twelve Mr.Nasser Salameh introduces a very important beat in classical Arabic songs and pieces: the Wihdah Kabeera Rhythm which is based on the Laff Rhythm and is usually slow. You will learn how to use the muted tak, tremolo and nail techniques with the Wihdah beat on the Darbuka

 

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Learn Darbuka L 13 – The Chiftetelli Rhythm

 

In this lesson you will learn the Chiftetelli rhythm which is based on the Wihdah Kabeera that you learned in lesson twelve and is also used in classical Arabic songs and pieces. You will also integrate the mute technique, the slap technique with it on the Darbuka and learn another beat from the same family called the Sombaty Rhythm

 

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Learn Darbuka L 14 – Popular rhythm in Samai form

 

In lesson fourteen you will learn a very useful rhythm on Darbuka called Samai Thaqeel that is used in a classical Arabic instrumental form called Samai and also in the Andalusian Muwashah form. It is a popular beat of 10/8 counts

 

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Learn Darbuka L 15 – Learn Odd beat counts on Darbuka

 

In this lesson of the Darbuka Lessons you will learn an Iraqi beat that has an odd count of 5/8: Georgina rhythm. Mr. Nasser Salameh stresses on practicing the earlier classes to be able to learn the content of the current more advanced classes

 

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Learn Darbuka L 16 – a 7/4 or 7/8 count rhythm on Darbuka

 

Mr. Nasser Salameh teaches you the odd count rhythms on Darbuka used in classical Arabic musical pieces, how to divide them in ways easier to learn. In addition he introduces the Dawr Hindi rhythm and the Nawakht Rhythm

 

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Learn Darbuka L 17 – Learn a 9/8 Turkish rhythm: Aqsaq

 

In this lesson you will learn yet another odd rhythm and that is the Turkish 9/8 Aqsaq beat. You will learn how to play 9/8 beats on Darbuka and different techniques in playing these odd rhythms and how to divide your counts when playing a 9/8 beat

 

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Learn Darbuka L 18 – How to play a Dum with the left hand

 

This lesson start with Mr. Nasser Salameh stressing on making sure that techniques from past Darbuka lessons are practiced before he moves on to techniques that will enhance your Darbuka playing and take it to the next level. You will learn use your left hand for the Dum and a tremolo on Dum

 

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Learn Darbuka L 19 – Producing the Slap sound

 

In lesson nineteen you will learn another advance technique which is producing the slap sound form your left hand. Exercises are given such as playing a tremolo from a slap with both hands. Further Mr. Nasser Salameh shows examples of where to use such technique in addition to playing a soft slap on the Darbuka

 

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Learn Darbuka L 20 – Advanced use of fingers on the Darbuka

 

In lesson twenty of the Darbuka lessons you will start exercising each finger of both hands for the tak sound. Such advanced techniques enhance your Darbuka playing and take it to an even more advanced level when your fingers become faster

 

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Learn Darbuka L 21 – Different ways to play the tremolo

 

In the begginig of the Learn Darbuka course you learned the tremolo and a certain way to play it. In this lesson you will learn alternative and more advanced ways in which you can play the tremolo on Darbuka. An Exercise that does not use the Darbuka is given to help you advance when you are away from your instrument

 

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Learn Darbuka L 22 – Playing tremolo with one hand on Darbuka

 

In past Darbuka lessons you learned different way to play tremolo with both hands. In this lesson you will learn producing a tremolo with one hand which is considered a very advanced technique on the Darbuka

 

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Learn Darbuka L 23 – Play rhythm and improvise simultaneously

 

Mr. Nasser Salameh brings a frame drum to this class to use for explaining how to play a rhythm or a beat with the right hand and to improvise on with the left. Of course there are infinite ways to do that but you will learn how start separating the two hand when playing

 

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Learn Darbuka L 24 – Adapting western techniques on Darbuka

 

In the last lesson of the Learn Darbuka course you will learn how to adapt some western percussion techniques with the Darbuka and you will watch your instructor Mr. Nasser Salameh play a solo using most of the techniques you learned throughout the course

 

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