For many years, the ceramic darbuka maker "Baraka" (from Hungary) build a professional ceramic darbukas for the top players around the world.
Baraka build his darbukas in different technic from other makers.
In his building process, his darbuka burns inside an oven two times.
The first time the ceramic material getting hard after the darbuka has been shaped by hand (Height and diameter).
On the second time he covers the darbuka outside and inside with a glaze and burn it again on high temperature. After the second burning the darbuka gets an amazing
shining color which becomes a part of the darbuka forever.
Every skin (Goat, fish or calf) selected specifically for each darbuka in order to get the ultimate sound. The thickness of the skin is also take into account in this process.
Eventually you will get an outstanding darbuka with unbelievable look and one of the best sound ceramic darbuka can offers.
Music is an important part of human life, we listen to the music in our daily life and it has a great affect on people. Some are inspired by the good music and some people consider music as refreshment for their soul. The great musicians who compose music know the worth of the musical instruments. If the musical instrument is of great quality, it will certainly produce music according to the needs of the master but if there are faults in the instrument than the quality music will not be produced. So when you think of to buy a sombaty darbuka or solo darbuka, Emin percussion is might be a great choice for you.
Emin percussion has a great name in the world of music and a lot of musicians and true artists know the worth of the musical instruments they used to produce the music and Emin percussion is one of the best darbuka for you to select your musical instrument and produce the music that can reach the hearts of the people. Emin sombaty black darbuka and solo black darbuka are
Dear friends, on this tutorial we will explain the differences between the common neys. As you probably know there are many neys and each and every one has a specific tuning and can be used for verity of songs and melodies. Our goal is to guide you and help you choose the right ney to start with or to help you understand which ney will be fit for your needs.
If you are willing to learn more about this fascinating musical instrument, we have made many tutorials and lessons for you. Please click the picture below in order to explore all our information and demonstrations regarding the ney & kawala.
Here in Arab Instruments we are trying to provide sound samples for almost every musical instruments we have in our website. This time we have decided to collect our team and to play something together. The combination of Arabic ney , oud and darbuka is sounds so good and we do want that you watch it and listen to this amazing harmony.
For 2017 we are planning to bring to our website a newest Arabic musical instruments models. All our models are hand made, which have been made with a lot of love and care. This year there are no excuses, this year you are going to give yourself a present and once you will hold our Arabic musical instrument you will understand why we are so enjoying our work.
When you dive into the world of mother of pearls Egyptian darbukas you will find out that there are two types of mother of pearls doumbeks.
The first one is the white / yellow pearls which is the most common pearls, covers 95% of the pearls darbukas made in Egypt. The second one is the blue pearls which is very rare an expensive.
The blue pearl calls also abalone and the majority of abalone species are found in cold waters, such as off the coasts of New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Western North America, and Japan. The shell colors of the abalone is a mix of an amazing blue, green and turquoise and these colors make the darbuka so glory and outstanding. There are many artists who use the abalone shells for making decorative items and it uses also as a source of mother of pearl for precious jewelry, buttons, buckles, and variety of inlays.
The process of building blur pearl darbuka is very complicated and it takes around 3 -
One of the oldest instruments in existence, the Ney has been played for about 5000 years. Its distinguished sound reminiscent of deserts and oasis, this instrument can add an ethnic flavor to your compositions that is unmatched in its deep soulfulness and truthful timbre. The Arabic Ney’s breathy tone will transport you to ancient times and faraway places and capture your audience with an enchanting quality. In this segment you will know 7 factors that will accelerate you start learning Arabic Ney today.
The Arabic ney consists of a piece of hollow cane or reedwith five or six finger holes and one thumb hole. Modern neys may be made instead of metal or plastic tubing.
Drums can be found in almost all sizes and shapes, largely with regards to the origins with the drum as well as the tradition in which produced the use through the entire age groups. Drums, nonetheless, have got a very important factor in accordance the cornerstone regarding design which is noticed nowadays inside the basic, but intricate, shape drum. In this article we will discuss about some information you need to know regarding bendir and mazhar drums.
The Bendir is a percussion instrument typical in Morocco and Algeria. Strings are called zanzana or uzman attached to the underside of the head to give it a characteristic buzz.
Grips and Technique
A consistent feature of the depictions of these drums throughout their history has been the use of two main grips for holding the instrument. The player is always shown with the left hand holding the instrument
The qanun is a descendent of the old Egyptian harp. It has played an integral part in Arabic music since the 10th century. The word qanun means 'law' in Arabic, and the word exists in English in the form of "canon." The qanun was introduced to Europe by the 12th Century, becoming known during the 14th to the 16th Century as a psaltery or zither. The qanun also resembles a dulcimer. In this section we will discuss about 7 interesting facts about the Arabic qanun musical instrument.
The form of the qanun consists of a trapezoid-shaped flat board over which 81 strings are stretched in groups of three with 24 treble chords consisting of three chords to each note.
Attached with musician:
The instrument is placed flat on the knees which means so close. Sometimes it is placed on table of the musician.
Those who are doumbek lovers already have known playing it and who are interested in playing it would know how much fun playing it. On the other hand numerous players don’t give the right regard for their darbuka drum. They are playing with extremely old darbuka that looks awful, some of them play with exceptionally modest darbuka however in this article we will inform you about 8 reasons why to learn playing the doumbek today!
Playing doumbek drums and get rhythms can be an optimal experience and encourages participants of all ages to achieve flow.
There’s a saying ‘Drumming can help students grow academically’. Learning doumbek can enhance and create permanent impression on the ability to concentrate and compliment studies in the arts, math, science, language arts, history & physical fitness.
Musical instrument cases are so much popular in the world of instrument holder. In this article we have discussed 8 reasons why you should buy a case for your beloved instrument.
Perfect Protection of Instrument: There are a lot of musical instrument cases in market. Many are offered on-line, but none are equipped with all the necessary features to create a high quality case that will provide the perfect protection for any instrument.
Good fabrication: Most of the eye catching cases have high quality zippers (YKK), External fabric made of the highest quality materials. It proves the authenticity of the respective instrument.