Theory of Music in Arabic Writings Band II (C. 900-1900).pdf

Theory of Music in Arabic Writings Band II (C. 900-1900) PDF



Generic term for mode, or system of composing melody, in Arabic classical music. The term is used throughout the Middle East, and the concept occasionally appears with different names such as dastgah or gushed in Persian or mugam in Azerbaijan Music App. Final Ch.10 Flashcards | Quizlet

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