The Guinbri : a twice disappeared instrument in Tunisia

Author : Anis Meddeb. This article seeks to understand the disappearance causes of some musical instruments throughout the History by studying the Guinbri in Tunisia. What seems very questionable and even very problematic in this study, is that the Guinbri has disappeared from the Tunisian music scene since the first quarter of the twentieth century.

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The analog music – language method in the study of musical expression : challenges and limits. Towards a semiotics transversality

Author : Wael Samoud. Approaching the field of musical semiotics musical appears an audacious attempt in order to clarify better the functioning of the sign’s system being at the work in the emanation and the communication of the musical sense.

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Latin music elements presence in the egyptian songs by Mohamed Abd al-Wahab and Farid el-Atrach through three analysis

Author : Bacim Mejri. In this article, we tried to highlight three genres of latin genres (tango, rumba and samba) influence on the modern egyptian music in the 20th century. We choose to analyze three works : “Ahwak“ and “Sahirtou minhou al-layali“ by Mohamed Abd al-Wahab and “Wayyak“ by Farid al-Atrach.

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