The rhythm of love : from mystical love to circular rhythms / by Arash Zangeneh
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- Zanganeh, Arash, 1976-, author
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- Bellbowrie, Qld. : Sufi Art Group, 2021
- 1 online resource (94 pages)
The book The Rhythm of Love' aims to provide a new perspective on playing percussion instrument, the Daf and is based on 30 years of research into rhythm and mystic tempo in Persian music. This work attempts to connect ritual music with diverse Persian rhythms. The eighteen pieces presented in this work are based on mystical fables of historic Persian culture. The pieces presented are arranged with Daf as the pivotal point, however hopefully the outcome is useful for all percussion instruments.
- Text is in Persian and English.
- Text in English and Persian.
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