playing the entire Serto Nahawand of Jameel Baik Al .Tanbouri
Here, the instructor moves on to explaining the second verse of Serto Nahawand of
Jameel Baik Al Tanbouri in detail, talking about some composers only using 2 verses
when composing Al Serto Template. Mr Tareq explains also Al Nakreez scale, while
.talking about using more than one scale while composing
Mr Tareq plays the entire Serto so we can understand the structure of Al Serto
template. He also emphasizes on the need to practice to be able to play advanced
.tracks and templates on the Oud
Hello, my name is Tareq Al Jundi from i3zif.com. today we will continue the second verse of Nahawand Serto by Jameel Bek Tanbouri, and we will revise the first verse and chorus. As you can see this serto is incomplete, it doesn’t have a third and fourth verse, sometimes the composer finds it enough to have chorus or Signo, first and second verse only.
Take a look at the second verse, we have, Ta TiFi Ta Fa TiFi Ta TiFi Ta Fa TiFi Ta TiFi Ta Fa TiFi Tati Tati.
Take a look at this phrase we have Fa #, so *Play music* this phrase will be repeated 3 times. *Play music* end of phrase 1 . look at the Fa # and ♭Mi, the spacing between my fingers, and I re-emphasize that the thumb has to be lowered, *Play music* next line, same as previous, only difference in the last 2 bars *Play music* last 2 bars Do Sol Mi Sol *Play music* at the end, Do Sol La Si Do. Here I have ♮La, ♮Si, remember the Nahawand Subbi scale we talked about in the first lesson, here it appears, in a simple phrase *Play music* we didn’t play ♭La in this finger, like this. *Play music* this phrase might be a bit difficult, because *Play music* and I will tell you to make it into an exercise and practice it. *Play music* like this, I only took the first part, Do Sol La Si Do Sol La Si and repeated it, resulting in this. I can also play it in treble, *Play music* like this, repeat verse #3, *Play music* notice how we converted the scale, because in Nahawand scale, Fa is ♮Fa, I will tell you the information beforehand, the first 4 or 5 notes *Play music* they are part of a scale called Nakreez. Which is *Play music* and I told you this beforehand to note that when a composer works on a piece, he doesn’t stay on the same scale, he goes through a few conversions, like we saw in the first verse when he played the ♮Mi *Play music* then ♭Mi *Play music* then chromatic *Play music* this is to break the routine and sense of boredom if the scale stays repetitive.
When we finish this verse, we are supposed to go back to chorus. So we play the second verse and go back to chorus *Play music* this concludes the track.
Now I will play it altogether to understand the structure of the serto *Play music* as we saw, we played chorus, then first verse , chorus, 2nd verse and finished with chorus . this track will not be finished within a week, not like previous tracks because this course is advanced, and there is some challenge. But there are more beautiful tracks, because the goal of developing techniques in our left and right hand is to be able to play phrases based on techniques, but will give us more aesthetic values by the end.