Musician Nader Abbasi: We were in a struggle with time to prepare the music for “The Rams’ Party”


reveal Maestro Nader AbbasiThe Maestro of the Opening Ceremony of the Way of the Rams, said that the difference in the nature of the music between the “Mummies” and “The Way of the Rams” concerts is due to the difference of authors, and the nature of the ceremony, saying: “The musical composition of a work like an operetta” requires a deep study and sufficient time, and we did not have the same time that We were allowed to attend the procession of the mummies, and it was not useful to postpone, and we were in an intense struggle with time.”

And he continued, in an exclusive interview, during the “A Last Word” program, presented by the media, Lamees Al-Hadidi, on the screen.ONHe said: “I worked with the musician and arranger Ahmed El-Mougy, and I love his job, and he used to listen to the music of old films, and he distributed my songs very many, and I was the same time and people knew him as a music composer.”

He added, “We were one at work, we worked 24 hours a day, and the composition had to happen quickly so that the directors catch up with their work, and we used to complete each other and ask each other, and this was a very rigid job,” noting that the music of the mummies was funeral compared to the celebration of the obit, which is a joyful party, saying, : “Directively, not in terms of composing the mummies, it was easier because it was easy to follow the procession of the mummies, but in the rams’ ceremony, we were celebrating one of the most important holidays, and we were trying to implement its details with 100% accuracy.”

Regarding the presence of the “drums” part and the high volume of the rhythm in the concert music, which witnessed a recorded part and a live one, he said: “In the studio we are governed by the number. The recorded part inside the studio was 60 players, while outside the number of players reached 160 live players, including drums and all percussion instruments. located on the walls.

He continued: “I came from a period where I studied the music on the walls and the instruments, because every Eid is recorded with its poems, music, and the instruments used on its walls,” noting that he was aiming to differ from the “Mummies” ceremony, and therefore he took the rhythm element as an entry point for the difference, saying: “We wanted to stay We are different and appear in a new way from the mummy concert, so we did not make the playing live, and there was a recorded part to avoid repetition of the mummy’s music, and we found that rhythm is the most influential element.”


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