Sheet Music Resources – UPDATED 9/29/10

Updated this post on 9/29/10 with more resources.

I’ve taken it upon myself to get musicians in Atlanta to see my point of view – that Middle Eastern music is amazing and should be played often! In doing this, I’ve also taken it upon myself to collect a large amount of classical Arabic sheet music. Here is a list of sheet music resources that I’ve found to be very helpful:

http://www.angelfire.com/music4/bilbilau/sheetmusic.htm – UPDATED 9/29/10 Great resource for Balkan, Turkish, and SCA-type music

http://www.istanpitta.com/cds_books/
– UPDATED 9/29/10 Avatar’s Early Music Books. His arrangements are…

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Now Accepting Students for Private Sessions


I’m not currently offering weekly classes, but I would like to extend the opportunity for students to schedule private sessions with me. First lesson includes a 30 minute dance consultation – let’s figure out what you want to do and how you want to do it – and then we’ll dive into your hour session.

These sessions will help you get on the right track for your dance aspirations. I don’t teach…

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