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.
Author : Mohamed Masmoudi. In this article we explore some of the ethnomusicological question by presenting the theoretical and methodological foundations of the two systematic and culturalist approaches that have often marked the discipline. Secondly, we present the perspectives of a multidisciplinary globalizing vision that draws on Arab theoretical writings, and is illuminated by the product of human scientific effort, in order to grasp the musical phenomenon.
Author : Aicha Kalleli. The musical form is not a simple combination of different elements of a musical whole no a structural covering of the musical discourse. It is a multidimensional phenomenon that reflects the evolution of the different styles of composition of Arabic music.