Habib Hassan Touma
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Habib Hassan Touma

Habib Hassan Touma (Arabic: ? ??) (December 12, 1934 - 1998) was a Israeli Arab composer and ethnomusicologist. He lived for many years in Berlin.[1] He authored a number of books, essays and articles on Arabic music. He was also a book review editor at the International Institute for Traditional Music in Berlin, Germany.

Books

  • The Music of the Arabs, trans. Laurie Schwartz. Portland, Oregon: Amadeus Press. (1996). ISBN 0-931340-88-8
  • The Maqam Phenomenon: An Improvisational Technique in the Music of the Middle East (1971)

Compositions

  • Maqam Bayati, Israel Music Publications.
  • Rhapsodie Orientale, Israel Music Publications.
  • Study #1 (For Flute), Israel Music Publications.
  • Study #2 "Combinations" (For Flute), Israel Music Publications.
  • "Taqsim" for solo piano, Israel Music Publications
  • "Suite Arabe" for solo piano, Israel Music Publications

References

Notes
  1. ^ Hemetek (2014), pp. 27, 45 n.1
Sources



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