Wednesday, March 2, 2016

arab/moor music is heavily influenced by greek music(melody)




anathemios commented on a video on YouTube.
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This is Roman.. but somehow I hear a very tone similar to qanbus or oud.. like of the Arabs and Persians... then I realize, yes this is the EASTERN roman empire..

omnipotentum
2015. 1. 18.

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Arab music was influenced by greek music not the other way around....



RC15O5
2015. 1. 27.

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After the death of Julius Nespos, then-Eastern Roman Emperor Flavius Zeno Leo, saw the western provinces forever lost to outside (barbarian) forces and issued a proclamation that the two-emperor system for the Roman Empire (established by Flavius Theodosius I on his deathbed) be dissolved, legally making him and his successors the only Roman Emperors.
Afterwards, there is no east/west division, and the Romans certainly didn't go by that name. Part of the reason why we are not taught this is because a lot of people do not know about the papal forgery, the Donations of Constantine (proven to be a forgery in the 1400's). Look it up elsewhere, i do not want a bigger block of text than there needs to be. :P
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+omnipotentum Yes, the Arabs were greatly influenced by the Greco-Roman tradition AND - even more so - by the Persian tradition.



anathemios
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i agree with all the replies of you.. the later western-asian culture were heavily influenced by the Greek, thats why they sound similar in tonal..
-let us remember those of the contantinopolitan days,
do not let them be vanquished from the memories-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_8aSrsTlCE

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