Introduction to Persian Oud (full version) | آموزش عود ریتمیتیکا

Introduction to Persian Oud (full version) | آموزش عود ریتمیتیکا


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42 Replies to “Introduction to Persian Oud (full version) | آموزش عود ریتمیتیکا”

  1. I have just recently purchased a Turkish Oud and will be checking out your videos. I have always had a deep fasination with the sound created by this beautiful looking instrument and middle eastern music in general. My journey begins!! Thank You for your amazing playing and of course your amazing beauty! Keep up the great work.
    Thank You from the US

  2. Real name is Barbat from Iranian language.
    When the Arabs saw it, during their Islamic invasion they called it Oud, in Arabic, as it's made from wood.
    All instruments related to Tar.
    The word (Tar) means "string" guitar, Setar, etc… come from Iranian language .
    It's just for information.
    No racism or nationalism.

    We are all earth's children.. ..

  3. I love Oud , my dream is to be a musician , but for some reason my family won't let me bay or learn Oud , people are so ignorant of the beauty and the greatness of such an amazing instrument , again stupid unnecessary traditions stand in the way of creativity , passion and talent , I hope the arabic world opens up to see the positive side of music , all the love and support and respect for all female musicians from me a follow passionate young Moroccan girl .

  4. یاسمین خانوم چرا اطلاع غلط میدین اساس این ساز به ربه ت است خاستگاه کوردستان است که توسط یک کورد اول به عراق برده شده و بعد به مصر .و بهترین استفاده کنندگان اول خود کوردها هستند بعد عربهای مصر بعد ترک وآن هم به بهانه 25000000میلیون کوردی که در ترکیه است و بعد فارسی . که شما تنها اصلاعی که نمیدین از خاستگاه این ساز است . من خواستم نیگاه کنم و استفاده بیرم از تعلیم شما ولی متاسفانه شما جهت دار شروع کردید و این باعث کم بیننده بودن تعلیم شماست .

  5. It's sad to see so many people trying to twist history to serve their nationalistic fervor. Just because something is nowadays called with an arabic name doesn't mean it's originally arabic. That is such a childish argument. There is actual historical studies made on this subject.

    Oud started to gain it's short necked shape originally in what constituted Persia at that time (bactria etc.) and was called barbat. First depictions of an oud looking intstrument are in persian figurines, as well. From central-asia it spread wide especially during islamic times. The "lute" that was further developed in Mesopotamia, was the long necked variety, so not so much like the oud/barbat , which was developed in bactria area.

    Stop trying to distort or rewrite history just to suit your modern nationalistic narrow views.

  6. You are amazing Yasmin–but the OUD is undoubtedly Arabic…no question about that, it is played and used in all Middle East region though

  7. Good explanation , except for the point you mentioned that Oud is a Persian instrument. Well,It's definitely not Persian , it's an Arabic instrument and the name clearly refers to that.

  8. This an Arabic Oud invented in Mesopotamia 5000 yrs ago by Sumerians of Iraq.. Oud means in Arabic wood ..the English word WOOD comes from Oud WOOD= OUD

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    There is NOTHING called Parisian , Turkish , Chines and Creek Oud .. it is ONLY an Arabic Oud made in many different countries !!

  9. <3
    ,,, so wonderful descebtion od OUD, soon gou gonna a be a very favorite Artist to play the Oud every where you will be need to coaprate,,,… good luck ever,,, <3

  10. Wonderful, thank you!
    (Just one little thing – in my humble opinion, the background music during Yasamin's explanations is unnecessary and distracting.)

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