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Aramaic Lord's Prayer: Guitar and Drum Demo Video

Aramaic Lord’s Prayer: Guitar and Drum Demo video

The Aramaic Lord’s Prayer: Guitar and Drum Demonstration Video with Neil Douglas-Klotz and Matin Mize

Join with Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz, the originator of this version of the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer as he demonstrates guitar chords and strumming styles to the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer. Neil/Saadi is joined by percussionist Matin Mize as he demonstrates Middle Eastern rhythms he has honed for over 20 years to these melodies. Each line of the Aramaic Prayer is chanted by Neil as they play guitar and drum together.

This video is part of a larger series intended for musicians who accompany leaders (or who themselves are leaders) at spiritual practice groups, dance circles, interfaith events, etc. These videos will be helpful for anyone who works with chants and body prayer through the individual lines (or full cycles) of the Aramaic and Native Middle Eastern dance cycles created through Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz. A series of videos is in development to support leaders as they spread and deepen with this work, both individually and with groups, working with any or all of Saadi’s cycles that exist to date.

This video is not intended to teach someone new to either guitar or drum how to play the instrument. It is assumed that the viewer will have some basic guitar skills in open (GGDGGD) and/or standard guitar tuning. The video is in open G tuning, since this was what Neil was using at the time and is the most common in Dances of Universal Peace circles. If the strumming patterns appear too complicated to learn, help is generally available through a local guitar class or individual lessons. In drumming, the Middle Eastern rhythm patterns known as maqsoum and baladi are demonstrated with subtle variations. There is every attempt to demonstrate basic drumming patterns (for the beginner) and some advanced patterns for those who wish to enter a new level.

We hope that this video enriches your experience with the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer. Ethphattah!

Purchase now to obtain this video as an immediate digital download (NOT a DVD).

This video download is in .avi format, from the original DVD, together with the title audio track, in .mp3 format. The .avi and .mp3 files are packaged in a zip file, so they will need to be extracted from the zip file, once it has been saved to your computer, before they can be played using a media player on your computer, or transferred to a portable player.

Any remaining stock of the original DVD can be purchased by enquiring at: legacyfulfillment@abwoon.com

 

The Beatitude Way Guitar and Drum Demonstration

The Beatitude Way: Guitar and Drum Demo video

Dancing with the Aramaic Jesus: The Beatitude Way
Guitar and Drum Demonstration DVD
with Neil Douglas-Klotz and Matin Mize

Join with Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz as he chants and demonstrates guitar chords and strumming styles to the Beatitudes. Neil is joined by percussionist Matin Mize as he demonstrates Middle Eastern rhythms he has honed for over 20 years to these melodies. Each line is chanted by Neil as they play guitar and drum together.

This is the third video in a larger series intended for musicians who accompany leaders (or who themselves are leaders) at spiritual practice groups, dance circles, interfaith events, etc. These videos will be helpful for anyone who works with chants and body prayer through the individual lines (or full cycles) of the Aramaic and Native Middle Eastern dance cycles created through Neil Douglas-Klotz. A series of videos is in development to support leaders as they spread and deepen with this work, both individually and with groups, working with any or all of Neil’s cycles that exist to date.

This video is not intended to teach someone new to either guitar or drum how to play the instrument. It is assumed that the viewer will have some basic guitar skills in open (GGDGGD) and/or standard guitar tuning. The video is in open G tuning, since this was what Neil was using at the time and is the most common in Dances of Universal Peace circles. If the strumming patterns appear too complicated to learn, help is generally available through a local guitar class or individual lessons. In drumming, the Middle Eastern rhythm patterns known as maqsoum and baladi are demonstrated with subtle variations. There is every attempt to demonstrate basic drumming patterns (for the beginner) and some advanced patterns for those who wish to enter a new level.

We hope that this video enriches your experience with the Beatitudes!

Purchase now to obtain this video as an immediate digital download (NOT a DVD).

This video download is in .avi format, from the original DVD, together with the title audio track, in .mp3 format. The .avi and .mp3 files are packaged in a zip file, so they will need to be extracted from the zip file, once it has been saved to your computer, before they can be played using a media player on your computer, or transferred to a portable player.

Any remaining stock of the original DVD can be purchased by enquiring at: legacyfulfillment@abwoon.com

 

Native Middle Eastern Cycle: Guitar and Drum Demonstration

Native Middle Eastern Cycle: Guitar and Drum Demonstration video

Native Middle Eastern Cycle:
Guitar and Drum Demonstration video

Join with Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz as he chants and demonstrates guitar chords and strumming styles to the Native Middle Eastern Cycle. Neil is joined by percussionist Matin Mize as he demonstrates Middle Eastern rhythms he has honed for over 20 years to these melodies. Each line is chanted by Neil as they play guitar and drum together.

This video is part of a larger series intended for musicians who accompany leaders (or who themselves are leaders) at spiritual practice groups, dance circles, interfaith events, etc. These videos will be helpful for anyone who works with chants and body prayer through the individual lines (or full cycles) of the various cycles created through Neil Douglas-Klotz. This series of videos was created to support leaders as they spread and deepen with this work, both individually and with groups, working with any or all of Neil’s Aramaic, Hebrew and Native Middle Eastern cycles that exist to date.

This video is not intended to teach someone new to either guitar or drum how to play the instrument. It is assumed that the viewer will have some basic guitar skills in open (GGDGGD) and/or standard guitar tuning. The video is in open G tuning, since this was what Neil was using at the time and is the most common in Dances of Universal Peace circles. If the strumming patterns appear too complicated to learn, help is generally available through local guitar class or individual lessons. In drumming, the Middle Easten rhythms patterns known as maqsoum and baladi are demonstrated with subtle variations. There is every attempt to demonstrate basic drumming patterns (for the beginner) and some advanced patterns for those who wish to enter a new level.

We hope that this video enriches your experience with the Native Middle Eastern cycle!

Purchase now to obtain this video as an immediate digital download (NOT a DVD).

This video download is in .avi format, from the original DVD, together with the title audio track, in .mp3 format. The .avi and .mp3 files are packaged in a zip file, so they will need to be extracted from the zip file, once it has been saved to your computer, before they can be played using a media player on your computer, or transferred to a portable player.

Any remaining stock of the original DVD can be purchased by enquiring at: legacyfulfillment@abwoon.com

 

Simple Presence: Dancing "I Am" with the Aramaic Jesus Guitar and Drum Demonstration

Simple Presence: Dancing “I Am” with the Aramaic Jesus Guitar and Drum Demonstration video

Simple Presence: Dancing “I Am” with the Aramaic Jesus
Guitar and Drum Demonstration video

Join with Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz as he chants and demonstrates guitar chords and strumming styles to the “I Ams”. Neil is joined by percussionist Matin Mize as he demonstrates Middle Eastern rhythms he has honed for over 20 years to these melodies. Each line is chanted by Neil as they play guitar and drum together.

This is the fourth video in a larger series intended for musicians who accompany leaders (or who themselves are leaders) at spiritual practice groups, dance circles, interfaith events, etc. These videos will be helpful for anyone who works with chants and body prayer through the individual lines (or full cycles) of the various cycles created through Neil Douglas-Klotz. This series of videos was created to support leaders as they spread and deepen with this work, both individually and with groups, working with any or all of Neil’s Aramaic, Hebrew and Native Middle Eastern cycles that exist to date.

This video is not intended to teach someone new to either guitar or drum how to play the instrument. It is assumed that the viewer will have some basic guitar skills in open (GGDGGD) and/or standard guitar tuning. The video is in open G tuning, since this was what Neil was using at the time and is the most common in Dances of Universal Peace circles. If the strumming patterns appear too complicated to learn, help is generally available through local guitar class or individual lessons. In drumming, the Middle Easten rhythms patterns known as maqsoum and baladi are demonstrated with subtle variations. There is every attempt to demonstrate basic drumming patterns (for the beginner) and some advanced patterns for those who wish to enter a new level.

We hope that this video enriches your experience with the “I Ams”!

Purchase now to obtain this video as an immediate digital download (NOT a DVD).

This video download is in .avi format, from the original DVD, together with the title audio track, in .mp3 format. The .avi and .mp3 files are packaged in a zip file, so they will need to be extracted from the zip file, once it has been saved to your computer, before they can be played using a media player on your computer, or transferred to a portable player.

Any remaining stock of the original DVD can be purchased by enquiring at: legacyfulfillment@abwoon.com

 

The Genesis Meditations: Guitar and Drum Demonstration

Original Meditation: Guitar and Drum Demonstration video

Original Meditation: Guitar and Drum Demonstration video
with Neil Douglas-Klotz and Matin Mize

(originally titled The Genesis Meditations).

Join with Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz as he chants and demonstrates guitar chords and strumming styles to chants from the book Original Meditation (originally titled The Genesis Meditations).  Neil is joined by percussionist Matin Mize as he demonstrates Middle East ern rhythms  he has honed for over 20 years to these melodies. Each line is chanted by Neil as they play guitar and drum together.

This is the fifth video in a larger series intended for musicians who accompany leaders (or who themselves are leaders) at spiritual practice groups, dance circles, interfaith events, etc. These videos will be helpful for anyone who works with chants and body prayer through the individual lines (or full cycles) of the various cycles created through Neil Douglas-Klotz. This series of DVDs was created to support leaders as they spread and deepen with this work, both individually and with groups, working with any or all of Neil’s Aramaic, Hebrew and Native Middle Eastern cycles that exist to date.

This video is not intended to teach someone new to either guitar or drum how to play the instrument. It is assumed that the viewer will have some basic guitar skills in open (GGDGGD) tuning and/or standard tuning.These chants use a mixture of tunings. If the strumming patterns appear too complicated to learn, help is generally available through local guitar class or individual lessons. In drumming, the Middle Easten rhythms patterns known as maqsoum and baladi are demonstrated with subtle variations. There is every attempt to demonstrate basic drumming patterns (for the beginner) and some advanced patterns for those who wish to enter a new level.

We hope that this video enriches your experience with the Genesis Meditations!

Purchase now to obtain this video as an immediate digital download (NOT a DVD).

This video download is in .avi format, from the original DVD, together with the title audio track, in .mp3 format. The .avi and .mp3 files are packaged in a zip file, so they will need to be extracted from the zip file, once it has been saved to your computer, before they can be played using a media player on your computer, or transferred to a portable player.

Any remaining stock of the original DVD can be purchased by enquiring at: legacyfulfillment@abwoon.com

 

Guitar and Drum video set

Guitar and Drum Video set

The complete guitar and drum video set including Simple Presence, The Beatitude Way, The Aramaic Lord’s Prayer, Genesis Meditations and Native Middle Eastern Cycle.

This video download is in .avi format, from the 5 original DVDs, together with the title audio tracks, in .mp3 format. The .avi and .mp3 files are packaged in 5 zip file, so they will need to be extracted from each zip file, once it has been saved to your computer, before they can be played using a media player on your computer, or transferred to a portable player. Each zip file will need to be downloaded separately, from a list of links wich are provided after purchase.

Any remaining stock of an original DVD can be purchased by enquiring at: legacyfulfillment@abwoon.com