OUD


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OUD

 

an ancient Arabic plucked stringed instrument; a forerunner of the European lute.

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As his wrinkled face cracks a smile, Oud says, "We were born in the sea."
During the workshop, Ahmed introduced a number of stylistic Yemeni oud techniques he has perfected through the many years that he has played the instrument.
Ali Jaber, head of Perfume Oscar Jury, pointed out that the recently concluded edition of the event clearly confirmed the global fragrance companies' move towards producing oriental perfumes with Arabic names and using oud and oriental perfume oils components, which reflects a major new trend in the global fragrance industry.
Similar, but different The turbi is a Yemeni instrument and shares many similarities to the oud. But there are also differences.
"In Bahrain, the burning of Oud is a traditional gesture for welcoming and honouring guests.
The strong woody aroma is locked in when bacteria attack the oud tree - the greater the infection, the purer the oud.
All paintings will be on display at the Oud Metha Financial Center for the coming few weeks.
Saad obtained a diploma from Baghdad's National Conservatory of Music after studying with the masters of Iraqi oud such as Mounir Bachir, Muataz Mohamed Saleh, Salem Abdelkader and others.
After speaking to the suspect, Aid Oud's lawyer, Jean-Dominique Franchimont, acknowledged his client had been "a danger to society." However, he said Aid Oud continued to proclaim his innocence in the case of the missing girls.
Shamma embarked on a journey to discover the oud's technique and history.
reSET-O is intended as an adjunct to standard of care for patients with OUD. It is limited to persons with a valid prescription from their licensed provider.
On April 24, two oud students, Lucas George Saliba and Hany Mehran, will be performing to obtain their degrees at the Bait Al Oud premises.