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Re: UBIEE - Music Studio - This is Kurdistan
10/28/2007 8:06:14 PM
Great sharing from different cultures and their music, Georgios.It is all very interesting and having YouTube is such a blessing, in sharing these videos and music.
Thanks from Keith.

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Re: UBIEE - Music Studio - This is Kurdistan
10/29/2007 4:48:56 PM
Hello Keith!

This topic will include everything nice in music from whole the world. When I weel that it is ready then I will start different articles on music and.

Have a nice day
Georgios

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UBIEE - Music Studio - ROSS DALY
11/7/2007 3:14:36 PM
MUSIC AND FOLKLORE
IS THE SUBJECT AND DIVINE
AND SELECTED MUSIC



Lyra is an ancient instrument. (click above)

Modern Lyra players
ROSS DALY
This fantastic Irish Musician on string instruments
I heard of him and his music in late 80-ies.
He adores Greek folklore and tradition here,
with Cretean lyra he plays Pontic-Asiatic music

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Re: UBIEE - Music Studio - ROSS DALY - IN FOOTSPS OF DIONYSOS
11/7/2007 3:44:44 PM
When this forum is total ready for exposure everything of analysis and drfintions will be at the front page.

It is like this music ROSS DALY Irish musician.

MUSIC AND FOLKLORE
IS THE SUBJECT AND DIVINE
AND SELECTED MUSIC


Lyra is an ancient instrument.
Modern Lyra players
ROSS DALY
GLOBAL MUSIC PRESENTATIONS
VISIT ROSS DALY IN HIS YOUTUBE
This is Global heritage

CONGRATULATIONS ROSS


Irland, Greece Crete, Epeirus, Pontos, Asia Minor and TIBET together. You see when people want they can do anything. Feel the connection. Hermes stole the lyra from Appolo and well Dionysos knew WHY he made his expedition to Tibet and India. So lets start to open up "Ariadne's Mitos" and go back some thosands of years.

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Re: UBIEE - Music Studio - Ancient String Instruments
11/14/2007 4:21:39 PM
ANCIENT STRING INSTRUMENTS
The Anglo-Saxonic Hearpe

The Anglo-Saxonic Hearpe

The Anglo-Saxon hearpe is properly called a 'lyre' in Modern English: The lyre seems to have always been six stringed, but how it was played and tuned will have to remain a mystery. It is possible that each string was tuned to a different note and then just plucked, although the tunes would be severely limited with less than an octave range, or it may have been that a number of strings were used for chords and drones, whilst others had their note changed by applying pressure to the back of the string and then plucking for the melody. However it was played there seems to be a peculiarly English convention of reinforcing the top tenon joints with a decorative plaque, usually of bronze, riveted through the joint. This served not only to strengthen the joint but also to decorate the lyre. The instrument itself was made of wood, with gut or horsehair strings. The pegs, bridge and tail-piece could be of wood or bone.
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