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Fine Arts and Music
By: Justin Seymour
Music of the Arab & Islamic World
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• Music is called “misiqa” in Arabic.
• The chanting of the Qur’an is what is
mostly on considered music.
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Music
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• It is a widely thought that music is
forbidden in Islam.
• Some say it is a distraction from worship
of God
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Art
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• Muslim’s art begins with and centers
around God (“Allah” in Arabic).
• All existence is subject to His will and His
laws.
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Music of Islam
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Beautiful sound such as chanting are a part of Islam
Not considered music
Recitations of Koran sounds like Music
Folk music derived from caravans as well as fisherman
and sailors
• Arab musicians studied music of conquered lands
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M.E Melodies
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• Highly intricate
• Textures include; solo, unison, accompanied
and many more
• Harmony rarely used
• Features microtones
• Muslim music relies on melodic modes
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Music
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• Music has the power to influence
• Cultures can be better understand by listening to their
music
• Muslim’s thought music is the sound of a friend
• Music affects the soul
• Music considered a blessing
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Dorbekkah
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Percussion instrument
Stretched animal skin creates head
Hour-glass shaped drum
High or low pitch can be made depending
on where the drum is stuck
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Qanon
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Qanon is very popular instrument
Made of flat beard in shape of trapezoid
72 strings
Plucked
It is like a hand-held piano
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Musiqa and Controversial
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• Many controversial music categories in
Islamic religion
• Many types of Muslim music that is Islamic
is considered a type of classical music
• Music that was Muslim has migrated and
became something different
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Art
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• If there was art of Allah or
Muhammad it was forbidden to
have their face shown.
• It was always covered by a
white cloth.
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Musical Instruments of Arab World
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• Type of fiddle
• One or two strings
• Usually accompanied by a singer
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M.E Instruments
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• Muslim musicians developed many
instruments
• Islamic music heavily uses string
instruments
• Muslim music also relies on wind
instruments
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Duff
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Framed drum or tambourine
Pairs if metal disks in frame
Struck with hand
Drum and bell sound
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Arab Music
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• Arab musicians influenced from other
lands
• Adopted music from conquered lands
• To Muslims, western music is needlessly
complicated
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Musiqa& Islam
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• Legality of music in Islam remains in a
haze
• Islamic songs are always about god
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