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Darbuka - Malfuf Solo Phrases - Turkish Technique

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In this tutorial we'll look into the possibilities of accompanying yourself with a groove while playing solo phrases over it. In the right hand we'll keep the Malfuf:

 

The first phrase for the left hand plays simple taks on the pulse. The right hand keeps the groove.

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Now we add another tak in each second bar.

video

 

The following phrase uses a syncopation. In each second bar the tak is not played on the beat, but directly afterwards.

video

 

Now we start to use the split-hand technique. The numbers in the notation stand for 2 = indexfinger, 4 = ringfinger. When you son't see a number you can choose which of the two to use.

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In the following example we play a phrase of three beats over the Malfuf that goes over 4 (depending how you feel it). After 3 bars of Malfuf you start over from the beginning. The left hand phrase consists of one 8th note pause followed by 2 8th note Taks.

 

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And back to the split-hand. The fast double-strokes in the following examples can be started either with ring- or indexfinger. Depending how you play it, it will influence the fingering of the other Taks as well. If you want to be flexible simply practice both.

Example 1:

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Example 2:

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The last 2 examples fill up all the spaces using the split-hand technique. In the last space you play a fast double-stroke. Also here different fingerings are possible.

Example1:

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Example 2:

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watch an example how you can combine some of theses phrases and improvise with them:

 

Here is another solo phrase. These videos were recorded by our member Yan slow and fast.

 

 

Notation Key:

malfuf_notation.png

 

 

 

r = right

l = left

l4 = left ringfinger

l2 = left index finger

if there is no number, use whichever finger you prefer.

 

© David Kuckhermann

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  • Tags: Basic, Darabouka, Darabuka, Darbuka, David Kuckhermann, Turkish

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