Training course on vocal Maqamat in Madinah



Arab News

Published — Friday 22 February 2013

Last update 21 February 2013 6:06 pm

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JEDDAH: The Madinah Arts and Culture Society has organized a training course on vocal Maqamat, or the art of recitation.
Abdulelah Khtieri, supervisor of the society's Popular Arts Committee, said the course course is meant for reciters and chanters, and that those talented and interested are encouraged to take advantage of it.
Tamim Al-Ahmadi, a well-known presenter, will teach participants skills on how to use the vocal Maqamat and voice control, including the seven basic ways of recitation.

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