Last week I talked about how I learned to use techniques and embellishments in my Oud playing, and now I want to demonstrate this in action.

I’ll show you three ways I interpret my own music and apply different techniques and embellishments to the same basic melody to create different a different feeling and vibe.



If you want to these techniques and learn more about how and when to apply them, check out my course, the Masterclass.

In the Masterclass, you’ll learn 5 Golden Techniques that help you play music that’s more enjoyable to you and your listener.

This weekend only, December 9 – 11, 2016, I’m offering Ear Training Worksheets & Audio ProgramĀ for free.

Ear training is your key to becoming a better musician. No matter your level, ear training needs to be continuously practiced.

Want to hear a melody and figure out how to play it? This ear training will train you to do that.

7 different maqams are used in the ear training program, and you’ll understand the essence of each of these maqams in a short period of time.

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One thought on “The Most Important Thing in Arabic Music: Music Interpretation

  1. Asam

    Really poor melody, doe not mater what you add to it!

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