Warming Up (Harb)

Tariq Harb sheds light on the warm up from a neurological standpoint, emphasizing the four pillars of technique: tremolo, scales, arpeggios, and left hand. In each pillar, Harb focuses primarily on maintaining independence of the finger movements.

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Tremolo | Scales
Part 3: Arpeggios | Left hand | Conclusion

Artist Biography

A Jordanian-Canadian with Palestinian roots, Tariq Harb moved to Canada to commence university studies. At age 25, after quitting his initial career in finance and starting a performance career in music, he diligently studied the guitar with Roddy Ellias, Patrick Kearney, Jerome Ducharme, Dr. Garry Antonio and Dr. Jeffrey McFadden, and the violin with Clemens Merkel of the Bozzini Quartet and Claude Gelineau. Harb currently holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Toronto, a Masters in Performance degree from McGill University, and Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce degrees from Concordia University. He joined Concordia University's Music Department as a faculty member in Fall 2015.

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