المؤتمر الخامس للفن والتراث الشعبي الفلسطيني "واقع وتحديات"
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- ItemMusical instrument popular forgotten time Rababa sad chord of popular musical instruments And its role in enriching the art scene in Palestine(2013-10-09) د. إدريس محمد صقر جرادات
The study sought to achieve the following1. To work on the revival of an important aspect of Palestinian heritage, a popular musical instruments, and traditional crafts for their development, and conservation2. Highlight the dimensions heritage and civilization of the popular industries that reflect the history of the Palestinian people and its culture, which embodies the Palestinian presence on the landThe study followed a descriptive approach, which runs according to the following steps: descriptive side of the reality of popular musical instruments - rababa with sad chord - and desktop approach with reference to books, magazines, and books about extinct private industries.The study used unintended observation direct, so as to collect experiences on what we see, or hear about, so as to get to know the reality of musical instruments popular that it was, or is still practiced by parents, grandparents, and also used the interview directly with employers industries, folk crafts, and poets .After answering the questions of the study, it can be referred to the following results:1. Rababa the popular musical instruments, heritage, traditional family, and spread in areas with a Bedouin character - the South - Palestinian from Bethlehem, Hebron, Beersheba , the Negev, and the Gaza Strip2. Working to meet the needs of the popular poet technical innovative ways, in a variety of shapes and sizes private relief and asked for help and assistance- Raw materials, raw materials available in the local environment.34. Future rababa is in extinction because of instrumentalists generation of parents and grandparents taught to young people5. Rababa is the forgotten musical instrument .. 6. Rababa used by the poets on the boards ensure additives and divans and Altaaleil and evening for unloading psychological broadcast worries and problems and groans and anguish and pain is a fellow trail Bedouin in the solution and travel and was attached to the column, the center of the house7. Rababa of the spiritual father of the tools, musical instruments and developed by violin and bouzoukiOrganic relationship with poetry and popular Sir - sensory accompany.89. Added by popular ornament logo and inscriptions and drawings to show off10. Rhythm rababa is like the voice of the popular slogan with water .In light of the findings of the study, the Committee recommends the followingThe recommendations of the research and academic institutions to conduct research and studies proposed future1. descriptive studies, and analytical data fact, facts, through systems analysis method input - processes - outputs2. comparative studies with practical experience to revive the folklore, and traditional industries in the Arab countries, and foreign3. Activating the role of research centers in the Palestinian universities, faculty, under the guidance of university students in different colleges, research work, and graduation projects in Palestinian folklore.Recommendations for human rights and humanitarian organizations and local community institutions- raise awareness of the poets and folk music in Palestinian society.1- to intensify work on media programs in radio stations, local television.2– 3. hold workshops specializing in Palestinian folklore, and his defense mechanism, and protect it from obliteration and extinctionRecommendations for government ministries:1. labor, economy and trade, culture, education, and endowments and the media, and the Palestinian tourism popular support industries, and traditional crafts and funded financially, through the establishment of a special fund for this, overseen by the relevant ministries, such as tourism, culture, trade, industry, and education– 2. Organizing workshops and training to the owners of traditional crafts, to technological improvements– 3.Seminars, study days, to educate the next generation, and young people, the importance of traditional industries, and promote interest in them- 4. develop an educational program for the development of people's perceptions of the importance of heritage, and the positive impact that afford these industries on the environment, the tourism sector, and the preservation of national identity.