Tareq Al Nasser
A pioneer in the creation of a new movement in modern Arabic music: TV Drama music scoring and tracking. His innovative talents are present at many intervals including musical composition, arrangement, & rearrangement of old pieces and folk songs of music.
Tareq’s work bears witness to his capacity in dealing with musical compositions; retaining their original spirit and while adding personal elements of foresight, modernism, and creativity. He approaches musical arrangements from an engineering perspective. For him, re-arranging our musical heritage is a responsibility we should hold and care for, as it is an accumulation of a series of musical experience.
One of his most important works include sound tracks and musical scores of important Arab drama series such as: lNihayat Rajul Shouja'a (The End of a Brave Man) lAl Jawareh' (The Predators) l Al Kawaser (The Accipitridae) lEkhwat Al Tourab (Brothers of the Earth) l Yawmiyat Modir Aa'mm (Diaries of a General Director) lAkher Aayaam Al Tout (The last days of the Mulberry) lOures Al Saker (The Falcon's Wedding) lAl Hajjaj lMollook Al Tawafe’f ( Kings of Cults) and many others.
Moreover, Al Nasser composed and arranged the sound track of “Jordan: A Royal Tour” film presented by His Majesty King Abdullah II and produced by Travel Channel (2001). Not to mention the compositions and arrangements for “Arts Protects Children from Abuse” Album (2003) produced by Jordan River Foundation in cooperation with of the Ministry of Education in Jordan and the British Council. Recently Tareq finished the rearrangement of 17 folkloric Palestinian songs for Ramallah Folklore Group in addition to 10 Jordanian chants and folklore song Produced by the Greater Amman Municipality and executed by Jordanian Folk Groups and Rum Group.
In Tareq's own words Rum is “An attempt to introduce, through modern and traditional tools and instruments; the thoughts, ideas and dreams of a youth whose spirit bathes eternally in a rich civilization and great culture”.
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