Jamil Bashir Oud Method (VOL1 & 2 pdf) – update II – I was thinking that it may Jamil Bashir Oud Method – Part 1 · Jamil Bashir Oud Method. THE OUD. The Way to Teach It. Volume 1. by Jamil Bashir. Teacher of Oud, Academy of Fine Art, Baghdad. Prepared by Habibe Zohor El-Abeas. I had an introductory course in Oud last year and it only lasted for four weeks and only two classes per Jamil Bashir Oud Method – Part 1.
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I can’t download it using IE5 for the Mac either. If only I could read Arabic! Theory of Teaching Music it consists of How to read and write the notes and the signs and the foundation of how it is put together and written. The notes are definitely clear enough to read and follow, I don’t think anyone would have baxhir problem making out the notation, and if anyone was to obtain a copy of Bashirs method with the level of clarity of music notation you have acheived, they would be happy, it looks very good.
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This is really great and I agree that you are doing everyone a great service by making these books available.
Scotland Member Is Offline Mood: I’ve taught myself the ud, and I’ve only ever used an old Lebanese oud method book by Joseph Fakhouri which always shows the same “f” to be played with the 3rd finger.
Can you please post it again – it says “can not find server”. Just right mrthod on the link and chose ” save link as” or “save target as” and it should work, if you just click it will load the pdf in your browser and you can save it when finished, it will take a while or more depending on the speed of your connection.
For this reason I studied the 1st volume very carefully and I translated very accurately.
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A teacher named Salah El Maniah before me, he translated very well, but there were some our that I corrected — particularly the musical keys that came in the book. I’ve printed Vol 1 and I’ve been flicking through it on the train to and from work Thanks for the higher resolution images and translations to English. We each have different hand and finger shapes and sizes, and what worked for J Bashir’s fingering may not always work in the exact same way for you. I haven’t checked the jpg infosso if the credit of this better quality files goes to ahmad, I join you to thank him.
ALAMi habiby wallah, Thanks very much.
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I don’t have access to a Windows machine. This may well be the right way, as I’ve never had an official ud lesson!
Beirut Member Is Offline Mood: Coul somebody put the files on a more accessible site? Hey thanks for your suggestions MatthewW. I found that in different exercises, the same f is shown with 2nd, 3rd and 4th finger playing??
You are helping to keep the work of this great man alive, and if you left the quality of the digital restoration as you now have made it, everyone would be grateful to you. A French translation would be cool, too! So I said to myself what the hell! Try the suggested fingering and see if it works for you, it could even become a useful exercise, but if another fingering seems to work for you then try that as well.
The musical notation could be a bit sharper, but this would require more work on your part which might be very time consuming, such as touching up the notes in photoshop or similiar software.
We are in resistance http: Bas shoo l’naf3, bi rau7oo!! Spain Member Is Offline Mood: Hi Melbourne- speaking methid both a guitar and oud players perspective, I would think that the finger you use to hold down that ‘F’ note as your example on the D string would sometimes be the 3rd finger or sometimes maybe the 2nd finger depending on where your fingers are coming from into that note, and then where you are going musically speaking after you finger that note.
Going through book 2 and thanks od for your work on this AlamiI have tried the fingering as suggested by the great Jamil Bashir, and this has been very useful in gaining a different perspective on fingering.
I cannot, unfortunately, read Arabic but the last page of book 1 is in English – so does this mean that there is also an English version in print? Not logged in [ Login – Register ]. Thanks Alami, I just got around to downloading the 2 volumes. However there have been a couple of places where I have chosen my own slight variation of a fingering. Jack Campin – lud Bosnia Member Is Offline Mood: The resolution of the files is such that I cannot read the “rosette” diagrams on pages 80 and 92 of book 2.
I guess coming from a classical background made me a methodd hesitant to bend the rules.