Yâ lâbesyn يا لابسين

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pp. 135-138.

Selon la description de l'auteur, l'accordage du mode Rast se faisait en tiers de ton - et non en quarts de ton comme l'aura ratifié un siècle plus tard le Congrès du Caire. Cet accordage est reproduit ici.

Accordage Villoteau, mode Rast en Ré: Fa et Do sont haussés d'un tiers de ton. A noter que dans cet accordage, la note Rast = Ré.

La version 24-tet: https://musescore.com/infojunkie/ya-labesyn-24tet


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An experiment in tab notation.

To reproduce this fretboard layout:
- move the fretboard diagram to the desired location, such that the top fret overlaps the top staff line.
- select the diagram
- edit the diagram scale in the element's inspector until all frets overlap with staff lines.

Hamama beida حمامة بيضة

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Ta'aleeli ya batta تعالي لى يا بطة

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A dance-friendly up-tempo number that has also been sung for children. This version follows the form of Mahmoud Shokoukou's performance, in these two videos: https://youtu.be/7he01TchTAw and https://youtu.be/XJyURWWzQg4?t=46s.

The original tune is performed with a quarter-tone tuning, and if I'm not mistaken, uses the Suznak maqam on the Jiharkah/Girkah (F) tonic. The corresponding scale is:

F G A-1/2-flat Bb C Db E F

For ease of illustration and learning, I've rounded the A-1/2-flat to a semitone, and I found that Ab sounds like the least worst substitute. The tune is then played in the scale of F Harmonic minor, also known as maqam Nahawand on Jiharkah (F):

F G Ab Bb C Db E F

Check out the playalong at https://musescore.com/infojunkie/taaleeli-ya-batta-playalong