Chapter 1 Methodical approach and Theory

1.1 Methodology

1.1.1 Composition methods

1.2 Empiric and field work

1.3 Ethics

1.4 Sound discourses

1.4.1 Sound and aesthetics

1.4.2 World music and global perspectives

Chapter 2 Composing, arranging and orchestration

2.1 Composing: The process

2.2 Rehearsals

2.3 Microtuning, temperate scales and cultural significance

Chapter 3 The records

3.1 Thailand and Cambodia

3.2 Lebanon and Palestine

3.3 Asian Flow – The studio records

3.4 Live in Concert 

3.4.1 Case: No More Tears

3.4.2 Case: Ya Tara

3.5 Dawara – The live album

3.6 Postproduction: Sound aesthetics and preferences

Chapter 4 Overall Discussions

4.1 Live vs Studio Recording

4.2 Global Sound

Chapter 5 Final Comments

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