What is the instrument that appeared at Aladdin musical show 2019?
The instrument that played by Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott It’s called the Oud instrument, its the Guitar of The Arabic Music and musical identity of the Arab world, The Oud instrument that dates back to 3000 B.C the instrument played by Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Naseer Shamma, Ramy Adly a few of the best Oud players in the world.
You can hear it clearly at One Jump a Head song, you will find the Oud came after the “Tabla” instrument, percussion, the Oud and the Qannon plays the main theme before the singer says his part
One of the greatest romantic scene in Aladdin when the beautiful prances hold Aladdin at his house and said “actually, I have Instrument like that I got from my mother.”
A lot of the lovers of the Oud instrument usually loved the Oud because they found the Oud at their family, household and relatives who play the Oud. Ramy Adly is one of the artists who love to play the Oud because he find it at his house, because his grandfather who is the one who taught him the Oud instrument.
others loves the Oud because they just hunted by it’s magical sounds.
Aladdin movie cast included Allen Manken produced by Dan Lin, and of course directed by the great Guy Ritchie. The film may receive the best musical show, cinematography, customs for 2019
The Oud instrument is a magical instrument this is why we teach the Oud instrument here At The School of Oud Online, by Ramy Adly who teach the Oud Live via Skype to be easier for generations to learn this wonderful instrument, as well a lot of the students who don’t have an Oud instrument, School of Oud Online sent it to the students home and they start to play it right a way.
Read more about how to play the Oud instrument via Skype at The School of Oud Online
Following his early oud lessons, Adly relates, he studied intensively at the Arabic Oud House, a music school in Cairo, while pursuing a business degree at Assiut University, in his home town. He later worked as a music lecturer.
Also on Adly’s résumé: a busy teaching regimen via Skype. His School of Oud Online has reached fledgling players in at least 27 countries, including Norway, he says. Now that he is living in the Washington area, he dreams of founding a brick-and-mortar oud school.
“I’d love to add this instrument to American history,” he says.
On Aug. 28, noted oud player Ramy Adly appeared on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage in Washington, DC. The purpose of his performance was “to introduce the West to the oud” and to the beautiful sounds of this 4,000-year-old instrument. To showcase the oud for an American audience, Adly even performed a rendition of “Amazing Grace,” which while beautiful, felt slightly forced. He excelled most in musical styles for which the oud is most known, but the range of styles he was able to showcase can be viewed as an invitation to incorporate the oud into genres that may overlook the versatility of this ancient stringed instrument.
This year’s event was attended by 600 guests, represented officials from the World Bank, Congress, U.S. Department of State, diplomats and Arab-American communities and organizations. While enjoying Egyptian oud player and composer Ramy Adly and international Syrian Opera singer Lubana Al Quntar mesmerized the crowd with music and song.