Amazing phrasing and tonality (to my Swedish ears!) - I love this series!
Oh and...we want to see you belly dance!!
Awesome, this sounds great !
that was incredibly cool
Mrrrau I like it:)
Excellent work Sinisa! I'm loving this series too!
Nice tune Sinisa!
Backing and this tune is sooo sweet! My favorite series on GMC so far!
Sinisa you are master of this style - awesome !!!
Yeah where's the belly dance?
The sound is incredible,Nice work mate!!
Svaka chast majstore
t t t ta ta t t ta !!!
This is great, those strings in the background are awesome!
Sounds beautiful man
haha awesome lesson, cool belly dance
Very cool! Bookmarked for sure!
Wow, I imagine this is very hard to compose when you're not Arabic yourself!! Cool stuf!
I love it man. Keep them coming
sweet !! hehe yea i truly recognize it very turkish.
Very interesting Sinisa - thanks !
Cool phrases man!!! I love it
My! They have a lot different sounding music!
very nice one, i love it.
I hear shakira style for some reason lol
Thanks again ,guys !!
love this kind of sounding !
Man, this should have a much greater difficulty then 4!!!
Our journey continues,next stop on our way is- Turkey !
Turkish classical music refers quite specifically to the music cultivated
by the Ottoman Empire. That empire included substantial territory which
had been under Byzantine or Arabic control, and the substratum of traditional music in Turkey was conditioned by that history. Moreover, the music of the Arab Empires had already been strongly conditioned by Persian culture.
The Ottoman Empire eventually became very cosmopolitan, so that classical compositions by Greek, Armenian, and other minority composers were featured at court. In addition, the Turkish people must have brought their own melodies with them to Anatolia. Consequently, Turkish music has a large & varied system of modes, overlapping the Arabic system of maqam, and spelled makam in Romanized Turkish.
Other Turkish genres include the restaurant and nightclub music called FASIL, which is closely associated with Turkey's Roma (Gypsy) community, and the hugely popular arabesk, the country's most common pop style, which has roots in Arab raqs sharki (bellydance)!
This lesson is inspired by the style - Fasil,and I hope that you will like it !
Chord progression- A,Bb,Gm,Dm
TS : 4/4
Tempo : 100 bpm
Files: Video bass track,GP5 ,Tabs,Backing tracks
A dominant scale that's also known as the Spanish gypsy scale. The Jewish scale is an inversion of the harmonic minor scale (on the 5th note): E Jewish = A harmonic minor.