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Tar skin is made of lambskins or goatskins, which tanners market in autumn and winter. The skin should be flaky, oily, even, and vitreous, and should not be exposed to light tanning when exposed to light.
About Sirish glueSirish is obtained from the roots of the plant from the genus Tulips, which grinds the plant roots after grinding into powdery mildew. To prepare the dressing, we must first pour the required amount of water (about 1/5 tablespoon) into a container and then slowly add the dressing powder to it and stir it with a finger, until it thickens.
A few tips about preparing the Sirish glue:1- For easy use, you can pour the shaving powder into a salt shaker. 2- Usually, the powder has a certain amount of impurities that must be sifted through a fine sieve before consumption and passed through a nylon sock to obtain a completely soft and pure powder. 3- If necessary, in the final stage, 3 to 5% of high-quality wood glue can be added to the series.
"Bağlama, with its different names, types, and derivatives, has shown multiple developments in Anatolia, with its feature of being performed both with and without taupe in a wide geography stretching from Asia to Europe. In addition to this multiple developments in performance styles, it is called "order". The fact that it contains different tuning forms, which is called the so-called, has given this instrument a different identity. This originality of baglama, which was shaped within the traditional music culture of Anatolia, has been transferred to the present day, especially with the master-apprentice training in its elegant music; In time, with the urbanization process, it has also taken its place in the field of academic education. However, the thought that the multi-development feature of baglama could not be adequately reflected in the field of academic education led us to prepare such a method. In this context, the studies that we continued with individual efforts in different periods were combined since 2000 and turned into the act of writing "Bağlama Method". The idea that the elements constituting the originality of baglama should be preserved has also been the basic principle of this unity. However, it should be noted here that it is impossible to present all the originality of this instrument in a comprehensive book. As a matter of fact, besides the different performance styles in baglama, the existence of many order practices and the fact that these orders are performed with a separate instrument logic supports this idea.
Including 2 CDs,About this book, we read by Parichehr Khajeh: "Since the beginning of my study of music and artistic activities, I have always and to a great extent tried to improve the capabilities and position of the Qanun in Iranian instrumental music. The following collection is the result of several years of effort. The selected parts of this book, especially their arrangement and editing, are very much in line with the Kanun in terms of training and technique. "I hope that the students and musicians of this instrument while getting acquainted with the content of the valuable works of instrumental music masters, will increase their abilities and the quality of their playing by accurately performing these pieces. It should be noted that most of the selected pieces in this collection are composed by great and influential composers in the field of music in this land, in addition, most of these works are in the repertoire of instrumental music and have not been heard with the instrument of Qanun. In addition, these pieces are very important in terms of the variety of tunes and the wide variety of reversals, and have a significant impact on students' ability to play, especially to strengthen their left hand. Also, plain training parts, Samani. "Camel Bell" (Zangeh Shotor) is one of the works of Master Abolhassan Saba, arranged, written, and performed with two approaches to different strokes and speeds."
Fundamentals of Rhythm & Daf performance for Children and Beginners (PDF and Mp3)
Author: Hooman TootoonchianThis Book is the first illustrated instructional book for teaching daf playing to children which is published in Iran. This collection is produced by the efforts of daf players and teachers of percussion instruments and is the result of years of experience in learning daf playing to children. The color pages and exercises make children fond of it and so they always show more interest in learning new lessons. The use of two languages makes this book unique, and lets Iranian children all over the world learn daf. The teachers can also, with the help of this book, teach the fundamentals of the rhythm in a more simple way.
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A suitable Kamanncheh for children between 6 to 10 yrs old. It includes 4 strings and natural skin, as well as an adjustable bridge. The body and neck are made of walnut wood and the bowl is made of mixed mulberry and walnut wood. The bow (archer) is from high-quality white horsehair. This instrument contains a great selection of woods and wonderful craftsmanship. There are multiple tuning options for this instrument. Accessories and a Hardcase are included.
High-quality Setar is suitable for students and intermediate players. The structure inspired by Kamalian's Setar. Setar is a very popular Persian musical instrument. It has 4 metal strings in 3 courses. Setar is a long-necked subfamily of Tanbour. Depending on the size, it has 10-19 movable frets which include several quartertone positions. There are many tuning possibilities. The most common being C G C C. This Setar was made by Kianoush Montajemi, and recommended by our instructors.
HIGH-QUALITY SETAR FOR STUDENTS AND INTERMEDIATES
- Bowl: Mulberry wood
- Other parts: Walnut wood
- Length: Approximately 86 centimeters
- Tuning: A common tuning is C G C C bottom to top string
- Hard-case included
- Accessories: String sets and a plectrum included
- Hard-case included
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