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 No.1187

>Ancient Roman Music (118 Minutes)

authentic-sounding instruments that ancient peoples would've played. no orchestras, electronics or other modern "twists"

no christian, celtic/irish or "european medieval" music. they're too structured to be grouped together with ancient or other traditional music and they are so numerous they belong in different thread

if you embed a youtube link plz post the song title / description or no one will click your contextless link

 No.1189

>Ancient Armenian Music - ԱՅԳԵՁՈՐ (Valley of Gardens/Aygezor)

 No.1190

>Traditional Armenian Music - Mix of Armenian Instrumental Music

 No.1191

>Traditional Persian music

 No.1192

>Ahura Mazda (Ney flute set to ancient Persian imagery)

 No.1194

>Birdsong in hollow valley —— Chinese court music style

 No.1195

>Gagaku - Ancient Japanese Court Music

 No.1202

Woa this is really cool. How is this recreated? How much is close to authentic vs closest approximation?

 No.1211

>Ancient Greek Louvre Aulos Music αυλός

 No.1212

>Pausis (παῦσις) | Pausa | Ancient Greek Lyre | Rui Fu | Bendir

 No.1215

File: 1617580110973-0.jpg (524.87 KB, 1000x1540, Erato_lyre.jpg)

File: 1617580110973-1.png (2.04 MB, 1284x823, munich2646.png)

File: 1617580110973-2.jpg (69.93 KB, 432x490, greek-papyru.jpg)

>>1202
it's a lot of guesswork/improvization after you made replicas of the instruments with a very involved process of examining papyrus fragments containing melodies, knowing which newer music theory rules/conventions to absolutely rule out, knowing the spread and influence of these empires and what they integrated from conquered subjects, knowing which existing civilizations / groups of people in the regions that used to be provinces of these empires didn't change their music over the centuries as much compared to others to attempt to backtrace and so on, all to figure what it couldn't have sounded like and what it most likely sounded like

 No.1285


 No.1286

>>1215
Hey nerd I need your help for something plz
Music embedded is obviously borrowing from a musical tradition related to the music in OP what the fuck is it, and how did it end up so similar given the people who made this track I'm assuming never listened or studied directly the music in OP
Or am I wrong even on that?
It's driving me nuts trying to figure it out and I don't even know where to start to figure it out myself plz help plz

 No.1287

>>1286 (me)
Music actually relevant to thread as offering to you music sages

 No.2980

Anyone have that music someone replicated from some caveman bone flute?

 No.2982


 No.2984

>>2982
Yes! thanks, IDK why I couldn't find it


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