Rhythms in Arabic music are rich and very diverse, as they cover a huge region and peoples from Northern Africa to Western Asia. Rhymes are mainly analysed by means of rhythmic units called awzan and iqa'at. A rhythmic pattern or cycle in Arabic music is called a "wazn" (Arabic: وزن; plural أوزان, awzān), literally a "measure", also called darb, mizan, and usul as is in Ottoman classical music). A Wazn is performed on the goblet drum (tarabuka), frame drum (riqq or tar), and kettle drums (naqqarat).
PLAY ALL. Iraq: Iqa'at - Traditional Rhythmic Structure. Released by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, Auvidis-UNESCO Jun 2015 7 Tracks.
Iqa'at are the codified rhythms of Arabic music. This outstanding recording from UNESCO's old Musical Sources series features The Iraqi Ensemble for Traditional Music in vocal and instrumental performances, from ensembles to a fine tablah solo.
Speech rhythm is traditionally defined as recurrence of stressed syllables at more or less equal intervals of time in speech. Though the amount of time given on each syllable varies, the total time of uttering each rhythmical unit is practically unchanged
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