Post-Music

Post-Music

Ahmed Alwasel presents another book in his pursuit of studying Gulf music, which began in 2003 with his book "The Voice and the Meaning" followed by his two recent critical books "The Political Song in the Gulf" (2019), and "The Gulf Taboo" (2017). This book presents his most comprehensive, inquisitive, and argumentative study in his critical theses. This time he investigates the term "song", and he examines the different forms of vocal arts in different Arab cultures, and those forms' history from inception to recording until distribution in various media. The book consists of three chapters, chapter one: The Song Between the Cultural Heritage and the Musical Form. Chapter two: Two Experiences in a song - What Does the Composer Do? What Does the Singer Offer? Chapter three: Excessive Taste and The Alternative Song.

Author : Ahmed Alwasel

Publishing House Rewayat
Publishing Year 2021
Cover Type Paperback
Size 15.5x23.5x2.5
Publishing House
Rewayat
Publishing Year
2021
Cover Type
Paperback
Size
15.5x23.5x2.5

60.00 AED

Description

Ahmed Alwasel presents another book in his pursuit of studying Gulf music, which began in 2003 with his book "The Voice and the Meaning" followed by his two recent critical books "The Political Song in the Gulf" (2019), and "The Gulf Taboo" (2017). This book presents his most comprehensive, inquisitive, and argumentative study in his critical theses. This time he investigates the term "song", and he examines the different forms of vocal arts in different Arab cultures, and those forms' history from inception to recording until distribution in various media. The book consists of three chapters, chapter one: The Song Between the Cultural Heritage and the Musical Form. Chapter two: Two Experiences in a song - What Does the Composer Do? What Does the Singer Offer? Chapter three: Excessive Taste and The Alternative Song.

Additional Information

SKU 978-9948-34-741-5
Author Ahmed Alwasel
Illustrator No
Translator No
Publishing House Rewayat
Publishing Year 2021
Age Group No
Cover Type Paperback

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