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 Gypsy / Turkish music approach
Author: JT 
Date:   2005-10-21 23:34

Hi all,

As an Albert system clarinettist, I predominantly play Greek music by ear and have been doing so for numerous years. Lately, I have been trying to change my style to that of Turkish / Gypsy sound which I find sounds much sweeter.

Thus, as an ear trained clarinettist, I want to learn the scales behind the music so as that I can improvise much more freely and find the relationships between the different scales and where the quarter notes are employed. For example, I know that Hijazz has some relationship with the Sabah scale only because I have heard others make this change in their solos. Are there any tips on how to approach this methodically and if so, how?

Lastly, I am in Sydney, Australia and am searching for a Turkish / Arabic clarinettist that can teach this to me.



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