MP3 Scott Wilson - Mid-east Belly Dance Music MINUS DRUM
Complete Mid-East Belly Dance shows and music of the Mid-east YOU can drum along with on your doumbek, or play finger cymbals (zils) to. Includes instruction samples of the popular rhythms of Turkish, Greek, Arabic, and Armenian Dance music.
35 MP3 Songs
WORLD: Middle East, WORLD: World Fusion
Seeing the need for Belly Dance music minus percussion, Scott Wilson master oudist/singer has recorded a collection of some of the most popular dance music in a show format, for drummers of all levels to learn, practice to, or to perform with. Also included are samples of the more unusual rhythms used in
Mid-East music, from Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Armenia, and Israel.
Scott Wilson, ASCAP, born in NYC, son of the famous Mid-East Dancer "Serena", grew up immersed in the very best of the music of Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Armenia, and Israel brought over from the Mid-East to the NY club scene during the ''40''s, ''50''s, and''60''s. Scott Wilson, and his group "Efendi" perform every Sunday night at the famous "Le Figaro" on the corner of Bleecker & McDougal, NYC. Scott, a Turkish language major at NYU, has performed in Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey on the "Hulya Avsar Show", TGRT, channel 7, NYC at the Turkish Embassy, and in Mexico City at the Turkish Embassy.
The "Baglama Hydra"- The unique tripple-neck instrument pictured on the back cover, was invented and created by Scott, combines the Turkish Saz, Greek Bouzoukie, and Arabic Oud, enabling him to play all three instruments at one time, during his unique performances. Other performers on this CD include Ray Nabba on Kanun, George Stathos on Clarinet, and Jim Nordstrom on Bass.