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Mary Goshtigian playing the oud.
使用乌德琴弹奏亚美尼亚音乐
的女士,
1939


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Mary Goshtigian performing "Taksim" (Improvisation) and "Sha'ki" on April 17, 1939

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就我们所知,没有吉他,没有摇滚乐但如果没有乌德琴 (oud),会有吉他的存在吗?乌德琴是一种外形很像吉他的阿拉伯乐器 (您可以参见照片内的图标) 。乌德琴被带到西班牙后,最后成了鲁特琴 (lute) ,而鲁特琴则是吉他的前身时至今日,阿拉伯国家仍会演奏乌德琴。下面这段录于1939年加州的录音演奏乐器是乌德琴;它听起来是不是很像吉他呀?

 

Rock and roll music, as we know it, wouldn't exist without the guitar, but would it have existed without the oud? The oud is an Arabic instrument that, as you can see from the picture, looks a lot like a round guitar. The oud was brought to Spain and eventually turned into the lute. The lute is the instrument that evolved into the guitar. Today the oud is still played in Arab countries. Listen to the recording of the oud made in California in 1939. Does it sound like a guitar?
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出处: "Mary Goshtigian playing the oud, seated, portrait, photograph." California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties, Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell, Library of Congress.
AUDIO CREDIT: Goshtigian, Mary, performer; "Taksim" (Improvisation) and "Sha'ki." April 17, 1939. California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties, Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell, Library of Congress.