The Music Department is concerned with teaching science and musical arts. in various ways. that includes theoretical study and practical training. including playing musical instruments. as well as the specializations of voice. singing and musical composition. The company relied on the experiences of many friendly countries. with experiences in many Arab countries. and the experiences of some European countries.
Vision Music Department
To be a pioneer in the education of arts. and music sciences. and the preservation of Arab heritage. according to an advanced scientific methodology.
Promote musical culture
Be a friend of Namir.
The friendship of art.. lasts
Study system and duration
The study system in Music Department is divided into two parts:
- Extended academic courses. which consist of six courses (six semesters). the duration of the course is two months.
- Short training courses. to enable the trainee to learn a specific musical instrument. without going too deep into the academic aspect. Courses that do not exceed a month for each level.
- Short workshops from two to three days.
Music Section Components
The machinery section includes the following:
Piano: An acoustic, stringed instrument that is struck by hammers and played using the keyboard.
Organ: An electric musical instrument with a keyboard similar to a piano.
The violin: a stringed instrument that contains four strings and is played by the bow. It is one of the most famous instruments used in classical and modern music.
Oud: an oval-shaped stringed instrument that contains 5 or 6 double strings, made of nerve or nylon, and one of the most famous instruments used in the heritage of Arab music.
Classical and electric guitars:
Classical guitar: The most famous and most common type of guitar. It is called the (Normal Guitar), and it is a musical instrument that contains six strings, made of nerve, nylon or metal.
Electric guitar: It is the guitar that uses the property of electromagnetic induction to convert the vibrations of the strings into electric signals, and it uses a small plectrum called the (Plectra).
Zither: A stringed instrument that is one of the most prominent and popular musical instruments in the Eastern and Arab Takht.
Cello: A stringed instrument of a violin family of larger size made of wood and having four strings.
Al-Ney: A wind instrument used as a basic instrument in the eastern and Arab musical Takht.
Saxophone: A cylindrical figurative wind instrument belonging to the family of woodwind instruments, usually made of brass and played with a single windpipe.
Flute: A wind instrument made of metal, often silver, and sometimes gold or platinum. In the past, it was made of wood.
Electric drummer: It consists of a group of percussion instruments, especially drums and gongs, and this instrument is considered modern.
Percussion instruments: a group of instruments that emit sound by percussion or beating, and include the tambourine, the tabla, the bangs, the darbuka, and the tar).
Department of Voice and Singing, which specializes in teaching the skills of Arab and Western vocal performance, both individually and in groups
Department of Music Theoretical Sciences includes:
- Theoretical Music Grammar (first course, second course and third course).
- Musical reading Solfege Book and musical reading (first course, second course and third course).
- Musical composition (automated composition, lyric composition).
- Harmony. Counterbot.
- Musical arrangement.
- Musical analysis and appreciation.
- conceptual music.
- Conducting orchestras and orchestras.
- Preparing the student to continue studying music in Arab and international colleges and institutes of music.