In this article, we tackle one of the problems which arise in the theory of musical intervals of Tunisian tubû’ : How to signify modal notes by semantic signs which translate them theoretically ? For that, we tried to elucidate in this writing the theoretical models of tbâ dhil which knew several of distinct hypotheses to determine the signs of these modal notes.
This article is interested in the study of the methodological and practical contribution of psychology to research in musicology. First, we discuss the relationship between the psychological and the musical, high lighting the idea of the psychology of the musical and the musicality of the psychological. In a second step, we present four areas which a rose from the joint interest in the psychological and the musical.
Author : Anis Khabthani. The article sheds light on some of the musical instruments of a mythological nature dating back to the Roman era .They are found intensively in the iconographic bearings between the archaeological sites and the Tunisian national museums.
Author : Rachid Cherif. Any authentic musical discourse tends to reinforce its belonging to its nation or to its ethnic or to its culture. In other words, that discourse cannot be authentic if it ignores its own cultural background especially its tradition.