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Radif for Oud Musical Instrument by Mansour Nariman
This book is the narration of Master Nariman from the Radif of Iranian national music. One of the most important sources in the field of teaching Iranian music, is that his narration about this Radif has performed according to the characteristics of this instrument.
- Book Cover Type: Hardcover
- Language(s): Persian (Farsi)
- ISBN: 9790901451483
- Persian Title: کتاب ردیف موسیقی ایرانی برای عود اثر منصور نریمان
Radif for Oud Instrument
The Book “Radif for Oud Musical Instrument” is written by Mansour Nariman. The oud is a short-neck lute-type, pear-shaped stringed instrument, usually with 11 strings grouped in 6 courses, but some models have 5 or 7 courses, with 10 or 13 strings respectively. The oud is very similar to modern lutes, and also to Western lutes. The modern oud is most likely derived from the Assyrian Lute. Radif is a collection of many old melodic figures preserved through many generations by oral tradition. It organizes the melodies in a number of different tonal spaces called dastgah. Mansour Nariman was born in 1314 in Mashhad. He learned to play the setar from his father and practiced as a musician for Radio Mashhad at the age of 14. With great effort, he was able to place the ancient oud instrument after half a century among Iranian musical and traditional instruments.
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Hardcover|
|Suitable for||All age groups|
|Persian Title||کتاب ردیف موسیقی ایرانی برای عود اثر منصور نریمان|