The Auditorium of ARMD
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In the Cavern : Turjan, Ki Number 02978029
Kalhia : 05455416 Ebircs : 11878712
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Myst's Music with the Armd's instruments
Monday, July 28, 2008
He said he is aware (we don't know how) some interesting places in the City proper own off AeGura. A.P.SMITH wants to organize an expedition to "remove" any written or sound document ... We have no idea what is the thought of DRC ... or even if the DRC is aware ...
if you are interested by a project like this, contact us.
Turjan from ARMD
Sunday, December 30, 2007
Sunday, December 9, 2007
Listen the Early bowed instrument
Recent excavations reveal several interesting elements that add to our knowledge of D'ni music. Though the DRC has not confirmed this yet, the pieces seem to be constituent parts of a music instrument. The elements were too damaged to start a direct reconstruction, but an ARMD team is already working on various prototypes to find out what this device may have been.
The Ahnomeprad is the prototype.
Its an instrument made with mineral; the principle of this "Harp with crystals Bows" is very similar to the Euphone. Sticks of Crystal are rubbed with the wet fingers, the resulting Vibrations are then transmitted to a metal stick.
Our instrument is evolving constantly. Currently we are using the Third version.
Listen the Ahnomeprad
The Ahnomeprad with the Maral-Obe
We know little about the musical instruments used by the Dn'i. The only thing we know for certain is the use of the Maral-Obe. This instrument is a kind of oboe which may sound a bit like the armenian DuDuk, but there is a document that suggests it might be closer to the sound of a baroque oboe. However, there is the similarity shared by the Maral-Obe and the DuDuk, the cylindrical bore with ten holes to consider.
Click to listen two different sounds of Maral-obe
With somes documents , we are making a reconstruction of this instrument. Here are two screen shots of our preparatory work:
Listen the Maral-Obe
Saturday, December 8, 2007
The D'ni culture had several different ways to transcribe music. Further information can be foundhere. This a WebSite by Dohmahreh . We believe that every instrument and every musical style probably had its own system of notation. Those systems could vary according to the various musical styles present across the long and complex history of D'ni.
The Concert hall of Ae'gura provided numerous documents whose meanings remain mostly unsolved. However, with RAWA's translations and some rare audio documents, it is possible for us to deduce some of the mechanisms of D'ni musical notation.