Dağdevıren, Alican
March 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2008, Vol. 12 Issue 35, p49
Academic Journal
One of the essential aspects of the Qur'anic recitation is the observance of the proper pronounciation of the letters and words of the Qur'an. Similary, the tune adopted by the reader for the Qur'anic recitation is also very important. This tone should reflect the Qur' anic inimitability during the recitation process. This, however, depends on the reciters' knowledge of the Qur'anic language together with his or her artistic performance in conveying the messages of the Qur'an. The reciters should not read the Qur'an with a stable voice without making any volume up or down position.


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