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The videos should be played many times in order to play in a proper way.
The pieces and songs that are written by notes have to be considered more as exercises than the accurate writing of the songs themselves, for some mere changes have been applied to them (as speed or rhythm). You can change the exercises speed by changing the video play speed.
The position of the oud in the videos is reverse compared to the player: plectrum, right hand and fingers on the neck press the notes with the left hand.
In some exercises, the way you use the plectrum varies between the play on the video and the way it is written. This allows the two options in holding it (between ascending and descending).
When the exercise is repeated, some musical sentences have been muted so the student can play it on his own.
How the plectrum is indicated in the notes
For level 1: play with a descending movement when the symbol is not written.
For level 2 and beyond: you may use either the ascending or the descending movement when the symbol is not written. You may watch well the video to see which of the movements is used.
Exercises should be played in the right order so you can reach the expected goals.