Abdel Halim Hafez - Easy Listening Classic Vocal Music of Arabia

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Track List



01.Habeebatee Man Takoon Pt. 1 Intro( My Lover, who is She)

02.Habeebatee Man Takoon Pt. 2 Start (Relaxing Music of Arabia)

03.Habeebatee Man Takoon Pt. 3 Mid (Music for Deep Relaxation)

04.Habeebatee Man Takoon Pt. 4 Mid (Egyptian Music Ensemble)

05.Habeebatee Man Takoon Pt. 5 End (Timeless Arabic Music)

06.Meen Ana Pt. 1 Intro ( Who Am I )

07.Meen Ana Pt. 2 Start (Abdel Halim Hafez The Prince of Love Songs)

08.Meen Ana Pt. 3 End (Melodica Arabian Music)

09.Daret El Ayam Pt 1 Intro (Days Go By)

10.Daret El Ayam Pt 2 Start (Oum Kalthoum The Queen)

11.Daret El Ayam Pt 3 Mid (The Queen of the Arabian Nights)

12.Daret El Ayam Pt 4 End (Princess Yara and Elissa Charm)

13.Habeebaha Pt 1 Intro (Her Lover - Classic Egyptian Music)

14.Habeebaha Pt 2 Start (Princess Nancy Ajram Passion)

15.Habeebaha Pt 3 Mid (Princess Shereen Ahmad and Asalah)

16.Habeebaha Pt 4 Mid (Princess Najwa Karam Ahlam)

17.Habeebaha Pt 5 End (Princess Samira Said Classic Music)

18.Oobalak Yowm Meeladak (Wishfully On Your Birthday)



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Zia Mohiuddin & Zia Fariduddin Dagar - Raag Malkauns, Bombay 1968

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Zia Mohiuddin & Zia Fariduddin Dagar
Raag Malkauns, Bombay 1968, 2005
1. Raag Malkauns - Alap, Jor, Jhala

Recorded 4 February 1968

Zia Mohiuddin Dagar - rudra veena
Zia Fariduddin Dagar - vocals
Ritwik Sanyal - supporting vocals, tanpura

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Julia Hülsmann Trio with Rebekka Bakken - Scattering Poems

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Julia Hülsmann Trio with Rebekka Bakken
Scattering Poems, 2003
Jazz-Vertonungen großer Lyriker sind stets ein Wagnis. Denn nicht immer gelingt der musikalische Brückenschlag zwischen Text und Ton. Zu den jüngsten Ausnahmen zählt das Thärichen Tentett aus Berlin, das mit seinem Album Lady Moon spätromantischen Gedichten von Lord Byron und Thomas Hardy geradezu auf den Grund geht. Ebenfalls aus Berlin kommt Julia Hülsmann. Wie ihr Kollege Nicolai Thärichen ist auch sie Pianistin, ihre Erfahrung reicht vom Bundesjazzorchester über Pop-Bands bis hin zum eigenen Trio, das sie 1997 gründete. Und auch Hülsmann verbindet Experimentierfreude mit technischem Können, von den Kanons der Jazztradition lässt sie sich nicht einschüchtern.
Scattering Poems, ihr erstes Album bei ACT, versammelt nun Gedichte des amerikanischen Avantgardisten Edward Estlin Cummings, einem Meister des lyrischen und orthografischen Experiments. Es ist nicht zuletzt sein sprachlicher Rhythmus, den das Trio in einen spannenden Duktus überführt. Und Rebekka Bakken, der international gefeierten norwegischen Sängerin, kommt das Verdienst zu, mit ihrem gewaltigen Stimmumfang die eigenwilligen Texte kongenial zu interpretieren. Nicht nur das Stück "Tic Toc" ist Lautmalerei und Rhythmus; überall herrscht Bewegung. Die Wörter laufen in der Musik weiter, die Musik gibt den Texten einen neuen, wunderbar subtilen Drive: Von solcher Dynamik hätte E.E. Cummings nur träumen können. Bakkens höchst einfühlsamer Gesang ist überragend, und zusammen mit dem Julia Hülsmann Trio entführt er den Hörer in das seltene Reich, wo Jazz und Poesie auf das Beste miteinander harmonieren. - Roman Rhode

Sie lieben den schönen Klang, den ruhigen Fluss der Melodie, sie verbinden Jazz und Pop zu einer Form, die nicht in Gefälligkeit aufgeht. Dafür sorgt schon der Name des Autors, dessen Gedichte das Julia Hülsmann Trio und die Sängerin Rebekka Bakken ihrer gemeinsamen CD zugrunde legen: Die "Scattering Poems" sind von E.E. Cummings.
Aber die Jazz-Pianistin und die Sängerin antworten auf den experimentellen Dichter der Moderne nicht mit experimenteller Musik, sondern leichtfüßig verspielt und mit einem lyrischen Schmelz in den Klangfarben, der zart und unprätentiös bleibt. 10 Titel, darunter zwei von Randy Newman ("Same girl") und Sting ("A Thousand years"), acht Kompositionen von Julia Hülsman.
Die in Bonn geborene Pianistin, die an der Berliner Hochschule der Künste studiert hat und in New York u.a. von Aki Takase unterrichtet wurde, hat mit der Norwegerin Rebekka Bakken eine gleichrangige Partnerin an ihrer Seite, und beide, Stimme und Klavier, finden sich zu einem Dialog, in dem die Gemeinamkeiten im Vordergrund steht.
Sie haben sich in New York getroffen, und die Komponistin begann für die Sängerin (und Songwriterin) zu schreiben. Bakkens warme, volle Stimme kann weich und dunkel sein, und übergangslos helle und klare Züge annehmen, die an ihr Vorbild Joni Mitchell erinnern. Die Komponistin nutzt Cummings Texte, um ausgesprochen liedhaft zu schreiben, auch dort, wo Sprechgesang vorherrscht, bettet sie die Sprache in sanfte Akkordfolgen.
Zwei Drummer (abwechselnd Heinrich Köbberling und Rainer Winch) sorgen für stetigen Groove und der Bassist Marc Muellbauer unterstützt diskret und elegant Piano und Stimme, wobei er häufig solistisch eingesetzt wird.
Das 1997 gegründete Trio und die Sängerin wachsen zu einem geschmeidigen Ganzen zusammen. Julia Hülsmann verzichtet fast völlig auf große Solopartien. Ihr Tonfall, ihre Klangfarben und Linien unterscheiden sich erheblich vom eher intellektuell geprägten Stil der amerikanischen Jazz-Pianistin Marilyn Crispell, die ebenfalls zwischen Mainstream und Avantgarde pendelt.
In "Scattering Poems" (eine Zeile aus dem Gedicht "The city sleeps") werden die Traditionen nicht aufgebrochen und der rhythmische Fluß nicht unterbrochen. Die lyrischen Klangbilder scheinen dem Lyriker des Experimentellen zu widersprechen, aber Cummings betont in seinen Gedichten das "Geheimnis des Wachsens", und Titel wie "The Lady is a wind" - einer der schönsten Songs des Albums - belegen, dass die hier vorliegende Fusion zwischen Jazz und Pop weder angestrengt gekünstelt ist noch im Gefälligen versandet, sondern dass sich hier zwei ebenbürtige Partnerinnen treiben lassen, sehr klug, zart und angenehm unverkrampft.
Wie sehr das Klavier zur Stimme werden kann, zeigt Julia Hülsmann im Schlußtitel, wenn sie in Stings "A thousand years" den Gesangspart übernimmt. Das ist der programmatische Punkt, den die Komponistin dieses Albums sich erlaubt.
Die großartige Sängerin, die sie gefunden hat, ist 1970 in Oslo geboren, sie kommt aus der norwegischen R&B-, Funk- und Rock-Szene. Als 25-jährige ist sie nach New York gegangen, wo sie sich in erster Linie als Erzählerin, als Sprachrohr für ihre Textbotschaften versteht. Die Zusammenarbeit zwischen den beiden Künstlerinnen ist mit ihrer ersten gemeinsamen CD hoffentlich noch nicht beendet. - Hans Happel

01. Anyone 6:12
02. The Moon Is Hiding 5:47
03. Same Girl 3:51
04. The City Sleeps 6:05
05. Love Is More Thicker Than Forget 4:37
06. Tic Toc 5:33
07. The Wind Is A Lady 5:06
08. In Justspring 5:00
09. Maggie & Milly & Molly & May 6:23
10. A Thousand Years 4:35

Julia Hülsmann - piano
Rebekka Bakken - vocals
Marc Muellbauer - bass
Heinrich Köbberling - drums (1,2,7,8,10)
Rainer Winch - drums (3-6,9)

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Nature Music - Four Seasons Soul

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A collection of traditional Chinese music "Four Seasons of the soul." It includes 8 albums: Summer, Winter, Spring, Autumn, sea, rain, mountains, birds. Light background music, female vocal and sounds of nature will give you an unforgettable holiday, wherever you are and the flow of thoughts will take you to mechtu-Priyatnogo rest and listen!



CD 01. Autumn

01. Fall Chrysanthemum

02. Under Month Goddess

03. Dark Green Bamboos

04. Cold Is Romantic

05. The Chrysanthemum Resists The Frost

06. Beautiful Woman

07. The Bamboo Moves

08. Mountain Pine

09. Surging Waves Fairy Maiden

10. Full Of Affection Bamboo



CD 02. Spring

01. The Peach Blossom Is In Full Bloom Time

02. The Country Fragrant Is Blue

03. The Double Shade Altogether Draws Bonus

04. Spring Bud

05. Pine

06. The Apricot Blossom Opens

07. The Purple Ink Paste Exudes The Spring China

08. The Fragrant Ancestor Is Blue

09. In Mountain Gentleman

10. National Beauty Day Fragrance



CD 03. Summer

01. Water Leakage Flower

02. Jade Dew

03. Middle Of The Month Immortal

04. Chrysanthemum Fragrance

05. Pomegranate Flower

06. The Arundinaria Japonicum Reflects The Month

07. Purifies The Mind The Bamboo Grove

08. Leisurely Mood

09. Delicate Fragrance

10. The Fragrant Porch Judges Tea



CD 04. Winter

01. Plum Blossom Happy Day Snow

02. Hade

03. Pine

04. World First Fragrance

05. Frankincense Snow

06. Beatiful Woman

07. With Flowers Of The Mind

08. Color

09. Hundred Flowers



CD 05. Birds

01. Serenade (Schubert)

02. Ave Maria (Schubert)

03. The Swan From Carnival Of The Animals (Saint Saens)

04. Barcarole (Bach)

05. Elviva Madigan (Mozart)

06. Waltz (Brahms)

07. Intermezzo From Cavalleria Rustrcana (Mascagni)

08. Morning Mood From Peer Gynt Suite (Grieg)

09. Adagio (Albinoni)

10. Fur Elise (Beethoven)

11. Minuet (Beethoven)

12. Jewels Of The Madonna (Wolf Ferrari)



CD 06. Mountains

01. Air (Bach)

02. Piano Sonata No.14 Moonlight (Beethoven)

03. Minuet (Boccherini)

04. Nocturm (Chopin)

05. Humoresque (Dvorak)

06. Liebestraum (Liszt)

07. Thais Meditation (Massenet)

08. Liebesfreud (Kreisler)

09. Spring Song (Mendelsson)

10. Traumerai (Schuman)

11. Andante Cantabile (Tchaikovsky)

12. Scene No.1 From Swan Lade (Tchaikovsky)



CD 07. Rain

01. A Dream

02. Stormy Weekend

03. Touch

04. In Your Arms

05. Come Saturday Morning

06. I Can't Get Away You

07. The Look Of Love

08. Love Taken

09. Love Is Blue

10. If You Go Away

11. A Summer Place

12. Monday, Monday

13. The First Time



CD 08. Sea

01. Lonely Shepherd

02. Billitis

03. And The Birds Were Singing

04. Tornero

05. Wonderland By Night

06. Stranger On The Shore

07. Romeo And Juliet

08. The Way We Were

09. My Way

10. Feeling

11. Plasir D'amour

12. Sleepy Shore

13. Don't Cry For Me, Argentina



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Russudan Meipariani - Lieder aus einer Insel

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Russudan Meipariani
Lieder aus einer Insel, 2007
In her music, Russudan Meipariani interweaves the sounds of her Georgian home with New Music and Scandinavian tones. This debut album, "Lieder aus einer Insel", documents the inner process of finding herself between emotional and real worlds. The onomatopoeic nature of the songs is magically expressive.

After studying in Germany with Wolfgang Rihm, she spent two exchange semesters at the Conservatory in Oslo and studied for one year with Lasse Thoresen. This stay in Norway was a great inspiration to her; having not done so for a long time, she started to sing again and began to develop her very own onomatopoeic song. On her return to Germany, she continued to concentrate on her voice and composed the "Lieder aus einer Insel" cycle.

“Georgische Landschaften, Menschen und Gesänge“ , so sagt sie, „leben in all meiner Musik weiter, obwohl ich vor vielen Jahren aus meiner Heimat fortgegangen bin.“ Russudan Meiparianis Weg schien schon vorgezeichnet, als man sie im zarten Kindesalter auf eine Musikförderschule schickte, um eine Konzertpianistin aus ihr zu machen. Doch die Heranwachsende rebellierte – und entwickelte mit Klavier und lautmalerischer Stimmkunst eine eigene Sprache in improvisierten Liedern, die sie mit fantasievollem Silben-Fabulieren füllt: Neckisch tirilierend und aufmüpfig jauchzend, dann wieder in ruhig dahingleitender lyrischer Atmosphäre mit einer Stimme in schwebenden und weitem Flug

Ihr Rüstzeug hat sie beim Komponisten Wolfgang Rihm, bei einem Austauschaufenthalt in Oslo, in Seminaren beim indischem Lehrer Sandeep Bhagwati erhalten. Russudans Geschwister Natalie und Irakli Meipariani bereichern die außergewöhnlichen Stücke mit weitschwingendem Geigenspiel und in georgischer Tradition wurzelndem Schlagwerk. Der Bassist John Eckhardt und Michael Kiedaisch an Schlagzeug, Marimba und Akkordeon, sowie Barbara Draeger ergänzen das Ensemble feinfühlig. Eine Begegnung von kaukasischer Archaik, Jazz, Alter und Neuer Musik, sowie Spuren von Skandinavien bis Afrika. Trotz aller vermeintlicher Anlehnungen offenbart sich hier etwas ganz Eigenes - und eine große Stimmen-Entdeckung. - Stefan Franzen

01. Verwandlung 3:55
02. Der wiedergefundene Traum 3:21
03. Erinnerung 2:50
04. Augenblicke 3:57
05. Sad Aris 5:45
06. Reiten 3:08
07. Gasparas Lied 3:08
08. Gipfel 7:45
09. Utanischada 4:04
10. Hiria 4:03
11. Verwelken 3:39
12. Hoquettusa 3:36
13. Sage aus Norden 5:02

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Baz Amadam. Persian Classical Music. Concert de Parisa au Royal Festival Hall

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Parissa
Baz Amadam. Persian Classical Music. Concert de Parisa au Royal Festival Hall, 1995
Dastgah Mahour
01. Tasnif
02. Chant accompagné par Quanoon
03. Tasnif
04. Chant accompagné par Santour
05. Chahar Mezrab
06. Chant accompagné par Tar
07. Tasnif
08. Chant accompagné par Kamancheh
09. Solo Santour
10. Tasnif
11. Reng Shahr Ashub

Parissa - vocals
Maliheh Saiidi - qanun
Mohammad Delnavazi - tar
Hadi Montazeri - Kamancheh
Mohammad Azari - santur
Koshan Yaghmai - tonbak

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Romantic Piano Dreams

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Carol Rosenberger, piano

1. PIANO BY THE SEA
01 Ravel - Une barque sur l'ocean (7:47)
02 Debussy - Reflets dans l'eau (5:44)
03 Ravel - Ondine (7:00)
04 Bennett - Barcarolle (1993) (3:19)
05 Debussy - Poissons d'or (3:51)
06 Debussy - Ondine (3:26)
07 Liszt - Au lac de Wallenstadt (3:34)
08 Liszt - Les jeux d'eaux a la Villa d'Este (7:36)
09 Griffes - The Fountains of the Acqua Paola (3:54)
10 Ravel - Jeau d'eau (5:39)
11 Griffes - The Lake at Evening (3:41)
12 Rachmaninoff - Barcarolle Op.10 No.3 (5:00)
13 Faure - Barcarolle No.6 in E-flat major, Op.70 (4:01)
14 Debussy - La Cathedrale engloutie (7:14)

2. REVERIE
01. Debussy - Arabesque No.1 (4:24)
02. Chopin - Mazurka in A minor, Op.17 No.4 (5:05)
03. Debussy - Bruyeres (3:27)
04. Chopin - Berceuse (5:06)
05. Faure - Nocturne No.8 in D-flat major, Op.84 (3:48)
06. Liszt - Sancta Dorothea (3:32)
07. Ravel - Pavane pour une Infante defunte (7:27)
08. Schumann - Romance in F-sharp major, Op.28 No.2 (4:15)
09. Haydn - Andante from Sonata in A major, Hob. XVI:12 (5:59)
10. Bach - Sarabande from French Suite No.5 in G major (5:52)
11. Ravel - Menuet from "Le Tombeau de Couperin" (5:27)
12. Schumann - Traumerei from "Kinderszenen", Op.15 (3:16)
13. Liszt - Consolation III in D-flat major (4:33)

3. PERCHANCE TO DREAM
01. Kabalevsky - A Short Story (2:04)
02. Tchaikovsky - My dear little Mother (1:29)
03. Mozart - Andante from Sonata in C maior, K.545 (4:36)
04. Schumann - Erinnerung (2:08)
05. Schumann - Sehr langsam (3:12)
06. Schumann - Abendlied (Evening Song) (1:23)
07. Schumann - Schlummerlied (Slumber Song) (3:43)
08. Schumann - Mignon (3:11)
09. Schumann - Des Abends (Evening) (5:00)
10. Faure - Berceuse, Op.56 No.1 (2:47)
11. Chopin - Prelude in A major, Op.28 No.7 (1:14)
12. Chopin - Mazurka in A minor, Op.68 No.2 (3:28)
13. Haydn - Adagio from Sonata in F major, Hob XVI:23 (9:13)
14. Bach - Sinfonia V in E-flat major (3:12)
15. Bach - Prelude I in C major from the Well-Tempered Clavier (2:01)
16. Bach - Aria in G major from the Goldberg Variations (5:06)
17. Schubert - Andante from Sonata in A major, Op.120, D.664 (5:00)
18. Brahms - Intermezzo Op.117 No.1 (5:40)
19. Beethoven - Bagatelle Op.119 No.11 (1:45)
20. Beethoven - Adagio cantabile from Sonata Op.13 ("Pathetique") (5:41)

4. NIGHT MOODS
01. Chopin - Nocturne in E-flat major, Op.55 No.2 (5:53)
02. Faure - Nocturne No.6 in D-flat major (9:26)
03. Debussy - Clair de lune ("Moonlight") (5:38)
04. Granados - Quejas o la Maja y el Ruisenor (6:36)
05. Debussy - La soiree dans Grenade (5:41)
06. Griffes - Notturno (6:23)
07. Liszt - Harmonies du soir (12:07)
08. Debussy - La terrasse des audiences au clair de lune (5:09)
09. Debussy - Reverie (4:32)
10. Debussy - Nocturne in D-flat major (6:18)
11. Chopin - Nocturne in D-flat major, Op.27 No.2 (6:48)

5. SINGING OF THE WATER
01. Faure - Barcarolle No.4 in A-flat major, Op.44 (3:34)
02. Faure - Barcarolle No.3 in G-flat major, Op.42 (8:14)
03. Debussy - L'isle joyeuse (6:03)
04. Debussy - Jardins sous la pluie (3:25)
05. Chopin - Barcarolle Op.60 (9:36)
06. Faure - Barcarolle No.5 in F-sharp minor, Op.66 (6:49)
07. Griffes - Barcarolle Op.6 No.1 (7:13)
08. Faure - Barcarolle No.8 in D-flat major, Op.96 (3:56)
09. Diamond - Barcarolla No.1 (1:56)
10. Diamond - Barcarolla No.2 (2:25)
11. Schubert - Liszt - Auf dem Wasser zu singen (4:56)

BONUS:
1. Schubert - Impromptu No.1 in C minor (9:49)
2. Schubert - Impromptu No.2 in E-flat major (4:40)
3. Schubert - Impromptu No.3 in G-flat major (6:17)
4. Schubert - Impromptu No.4 in A-flat major (8:02)

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The Most Relaxing Flute Album in the World...Ever!

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Crisp and clean and seductively laid back is this nice collection of 31 pieces from the composer likes of Haydn, Mozart, Bach, Debussy, Telemann, et al, performed by the greatest flutists in the world such as Bennett, Galway, and Rampal.



Especially enjoying the Concerto in G by Vivaldi with harpsichord.



Disc: 1

01. Flute Concerto No. 1 in G, K.313 - II Adagio - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

02. Concerto in G, Op. 10 No. 4 - II Largo - Antonio Vivaldi

03. Gymnopédie No. 1 - Erik Satie

04. Sonata in C (after Hob.III.72) - Andantino - Franz Joseph Haydn

05. Sicilienne, Op. 78 - Gabriel Fauré

06. Flute Quartet No. 2 in G, K. 285a - I Andante - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

07. Concerto in F, Op. 10 No. 5 - II Largo e cantabile - Antonio Vivaldi

08. Romance - Arthur Honegger

09. Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B Minor, BWV 1067 - III Sarabande - Johann Sebastian Bach

10. Beau Soir - Claude Debussy

11. Sonata for Two Flutes in B Minor, Op. 2 No. 4 - I Largo - Georg Philipp Telemann

12. Sonata for Two Flutes in B Minor, Op. 2 No. 4 - II Grazioso - Georg Philipp Telemann

13. Flute Concerto No. 2 in D, K.314 - II Andante ma non troppo - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

14. Sonata for Flute & Continuo in E Minor, BWV 1034 - III Andante - Johann Sebastian Bach

15. Gymnopédie No. 2 - Erik Satie



Disc: 2

01. Concerto in D, Op. 10 No. 3 ‘Il Cardellino’ - II Cantabile - Antonio Vivaldi

02. Concerto for Flute & Orchestra in D - II Adagio - attr. Franz Joseph Haydn

03. Flute Quartet No. 3 in C, K. 285b - II Andantino con variazioni: Variation 5 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

04. Concerto in G for Flute & Strings - II Adagio - Georg Philipp Telemann

05. Arabesque No. 1 in E - Claude Debussy

06. Concerto Secondo in D (Paris Quartets) - II Affettuoso - Georg Philipp Telemann

07. Berceuse (from ‘Dolly Suite’) - Gabriel Fauré

08. Méditation (from ‘Thaïs’) - Jules Massenet

09. Concerto in D, RV 429 - II Largo - Antonio Vivaldi

10. En bateau (from ‘Petite Suite’) - Claude Debussy

11. Andante in C, K.315 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

12. Partita in A Minor for Solo Flute, BWV 1013 - III Sarabande - Johann Sebastian Bach

13. Morceau de concours - Gabriel Fauré

14. Concerto for Flute & Harp in C, K.299 - II Andantino - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

15. Aria - Jacques Ibert

16. Paris Quartet No. 4 in B Minor - V Triste - Georg Philipp Telemann

17. Syrinx for Solo Flute - Claude Debussy



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Abdel Halim Hafez - Al Jawab

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Halim was known for his passion when singing, and his highly unique powerful wonderful voice, (earning the name, "the nightingale"). His performances on stages were one of a kind, Halim did performances in almost every country in the eastern world and he had numerous concerts outside of Egypt, and the Arab World (Paris, London), at a time where only few could become that big. He was at a point overshadowed by the great Umm Kulthum, but managed by his way of singing, and with his more modern and ahead of his time songs to surpass her, and become more popular than her. He is best known for putting his heart and soul in all of his songs, and was never shy of showing his emotions in singing.



1. Al Jawab

2. Bi Albak

3. Heya Di Heya

4. Esbakni Ya Albi

5. Khousara Ya Garah

6. Layek Alek Al Khal

7. Asmar Yasmarani



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L. Subramaniam & K. Shekar - Raga Hemavati

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Recorded in November 1989, this performance lasts over an hour.
Dr. L. Subramaniam (violin); Veena Natarajan (tampura); K. Shekar (tavil).
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Zakir Hussain - Drums of India - Tabla

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THE DRUMS OF INDIA

The rolling thunderous cadences of drumming are the most ancient, universally beloved joy of music known to man. In India alone, has drumming developed into a fine art form, abeautiful language of expressive syllables from the delicate to the explosive. A stupendous mathematical art of juggling kaleidoscopic patterns with the ring of the 'tala' cycle. HMV brings this superlative series as a tribute to a unique international art form.



ZAKIR HUSSAIN

The uniqueness of Zakir Hussain lies in the fact that the tabla is veritably an extension of his being - an effervescent, sensual, flighty and eloquent being at that. Zakir Hussain's tabla speaks, cajoles, seduces and ultimately mesmerises. The utter brilliant of his mathematical abilities, the superfine clarity of his sound production and the lightning speed of his fingers finally seem to get lost in the effect of his unique expressiveness. Combined with his stunning stage presence and charisma, Zakir Hussain's artistry has made him one of the India's most powerful contemporary cultural ambassadors.



TABLA

The tabla grew with the development of'Khyal' in vocal music and 'Kathak' in dance, gradually overshadowing its precursor of the traditional pakhawaj, which is co-eval with the esoteric Dhrupad system. This two part drum is comprised by the right hand tabla and the left hand 'bayan' or 'dagga'.

The slimmer tabla with its tunable sharp lyrical sounds is the main orator with the base support provided by the sounds on the 'bayan'. The sounds are lighter, sharper and allow for more lyrical expression.



(01) [Ustad Zakir Hussain] Teentaal, Mattataal

(02) [Ustad Zakir Hussain] Punjabi Dhamar, Tentaal



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Burkina Faso. Eloges de la confrérie des chasseurs Senoufo Tagoua

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Burkina Faso. Eloges de la confrérie des chasseurs Senoufo Tagoua, 1999
1. La poudre que tue l'éléphant
2. Donne-moi la queue
3. Le son du tambour de la mort
4. La forêt aux hyènes
5. Je ne flatte pas
6. Marasa
7. L'éléphant à l'unique défense

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Chine / China. L'empire du milieu / The Middle Kingdom

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Shan Di Orchestra
Chine / China. L'empire du milieu / The Middle Kingdom, 2007
01. Eternally Shining 2:48
02. Beautiful Ming 2:07
03. Chinese landscape 3:23
04. Heart of the moon 5:57
05. The middle kingdom 3:08
06. Mandarin's temple 3:24
07. Happy new year 2:03
08. Summer wind 3:23
09. Colourful Yunnan 2:37
10. The stone forest 5:13
11. Dragon ceremony 2:28
12. The waterside 3:31
13. Emperor's palace 2:26
14. Night whispers 2:49
15. Sweetness 4:26
16. The forbidden city 2:51

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Violin (Love Music)

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[01]. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

[02]. Release Me

[03]. Listen To Your Heart

[04]. It Must Have Been Love

[05]. Carrie

[06]. Always On My Mind

[07]. Be My Ways

[08]. Vision Of Love

[09]. Because I Love You

[10]. Form A Distance

[11]. Hold On

[12]. I Can Fly

[13]. Baby I Love You



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Sima Bina - Sounds from the Plain (Avaye Sahra)

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The career of Iranian songstress Sima Bina can be divided into two distinct phrases: a child prodigy who hosted her own radio show, Golhayeh Sahraie (Wild Flowers), and a teenager who initially focused on the classical music tradition of her homeland. Forced from the stage by the political crisis that struck Iran in 1979 and the enactment of a law prohibiting women from singing, Bina became a collector of Khorassan and Persian folk songs and began composing her own songs with poet Mohammed Ebrahim Djafari and dotar player Hamid Khezri. Despite her shift in repertoire, Bina continues to project enthusiasm and warmth with her highly emotional vocals. Rootsworld called Bina "a singer of strength and beauty, a trained classical singer who can keep it clean and reach for emotional highs in the simplest of phrases."



The daughter of Ahmad Bina, an Iranian classical music composer and poet, Bina began her career at the age of nine when she joined the cast of a children's program on radio Iran. Although she maintained her involvement with radio until 1979, Bina found time to study classical music with Ma'aroufi and Zarinpanjeh and to attend Teheran University. After graduating with a degree in fine arts in 1969, she continued her musical studies with Davani. ~ Craig Harris, Rovi



1. Yousef

2. Hamdel

3. Koor Oghloo

4. Bia Jana

5. Havakhah Tou Am

6. Saghar

7. Biparva Sho

8. Shahe Khataee



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Kasse Mady - Manden Djeli Kan

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Best known for his work with Toumani Diabaté's Symmetric Orchestra, Kassé Mady ranks alongside Salif Keita as one of the great veteran male voices of Mali. He's a griot, descended from a long line of traditional musicians, and there's a confidence and sense of authority to his powerful singing, which can ease between the conversational and declamatory. Most of his songs are self-written and medium paced, with variety provided by his impressive backing musicians, including members of the Symmetric Orchestra. Toumani Diabaté makes an appearance playing kora on the exquisite and passionate Nankoumandjian, while the Symmetric's Fantamady Kouyaté provides some impressive guitar work, swapping fluid guitar lines with the former Rail Band star Djelimady Tounkara on the rolling Maliba. It's a classy set - and would have been even better if it had included the ngoni hero Bassekou Kouyaté, who provided the memorable backing for Kassé Mady at his London concert this week.



The mightiest male voice in Mali with his best release for years!

Kasse's voice is warm, rich and deeply textured. He can make someone like Salif Keita seem brash and unsubtle - and I'm saying that as someone who really loves Salif Keita.

Kasse Mady seems unrecognised outside of west africa and deserves so much more attention, especially for this stunning CD.

Mainly acoustic instruments create the sound - guitar, balafon, djembe and wonderful backing singers whose sweet voices complement the huge warm voice of Kasse Mady as his notes soar above the music for days.

There are millions of Mali's best musicians appearing. Toumani Diabate on kora, the Rail Band's Djely Mady Tounkara, Moriba Koita on n'goni, Ousmane Kouyate, Djely Moussa Kouyate, Baba Sissoko and the backing singers; Mamani Keita, Diaou Kouyate, Ma Demba.



Stand out tracks:

Kaninba - brilliant guitar lines weave around the kora, the vocal is clear, crisp and catchy, the percussion has an uplifting hit.



Kia Ko Djougou - flute and buzzing camele n'goni bass, sweet backing vocals, djembe and tama punching out an insistent beat.



Maliba - twisting electric guitar lines, sweet voices in a catchy chorus and the huge honeyed rich vocals of Kasse Mady.



Nankoumandjian - two koras (Toumani Diabate and Madou Diabate), balafon and bolon.



Sublime, seductive, warm and complex music...



01. Bandua

02. Kalou Man Kene

03. Kaninba

04. Allah Dounde

05. Kia Ko Djougou

06. Douga Djabira

07. Maliba

08. Nankoumandjianf

09. Sinanon Saran

10. Manden Maninkadenou

11. Sansan



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Kassé Mady Diabaté - Kassi Kasse

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One of the most sensational voices in Mali's Manding griot tradition, Kasse Mady is best known internationally for his work with Taj Mahal.

Kasse Mady Diabate was born in Kéla, Mali, in 1949. The Diabatés are one of the two biggest griots families. Their ancestor, Morykaba Diabaté, fought with Soundjata in the 13th century.



Kela is the capital of the griots, the Mecca of musical tradition. All of his cousins, brothers, sisters, know how to sing without micro before thousands of people, but Kassé Mady is different because of his sweet voice. He owes his fame in Mali to this gentle, though powerful voice.



At 20, he was already famous in Kangaba, the old Mandingo capital. Demba Diallo, the governor of the Kangaba district formed an orchestra and asked him to join it as a singer. For the first time, Kassé Mady experienced electric music. Within a few years he has become the premiere Malinke singer (dominant ethnic group in Mandingo country).

His fame reached Bamako, and in 1972 theYouth Ministry named him as singer in the Badema National Orchestra. Until 1988, Kasse Mady led a double carrier of griot for men in high places and in popular parties and polyvalent singer with an electric orchestra in the capital.



Apart from the large amount of the Badéma's tapes dispatched in the Mandingo country, Kasse Mady had had no other opportunity to make an album in solo. In 1988 Ibrahima Sylla, the producer of many African hits asks the famous arranger Boncana Maïga to record a solo album with Kasse Mady. Boncana, a Songhay from Gao, has a vast musical culture. He studied for eight years in Cuba, where he founded the Maravillas de Mali.

He is a virtuoso who can perform Bach flute sonatas, played with Fania All Stars in New York, and composes hits of pop music and 12-tone string quartets! For both Kasse Mady and Boncana, cutting a record together was an adventure, from which each can marvel at the talent of the other.



Universal and timeless, this CD by one of West Africa's most beautiful voices, draws on all the musical wealth of Mali to present an album unlike anything that has been recorded before.



Guests include Orlando "Cachaito" López, Toumani Diabate and Basekou Kouyate.

One of the most sensational voices in Mali's Manding griot tradition, Kasse Mady is best known internationally for his work with Taj Mahal on the Kulanjan recording and the subsequent tour. This spontaneous, unadorned set was recorded by the Mexican Corazón label in the singer's home town, Kela, and it attests to why tradition and pop are hard to separate in Mali.



The session amounts to a high-tech field recording, but it includes two Afro-Cuban numbers, "Maimouna" and Orquesta Aragón's "Balomina Mwanga." Kasse Mady famously interpreted these songs back in the '70s, when he was playing in Malian fusion bands. Here he revisits them using traditional instruments, the wooden balafon in place of piano, and djembe drum in place of congas.



Many songs are drawn from Manding music's rich repertoire, like the opener, "Eh Ya Ye," with its rolling balafon lines and plinky acoustic guitar, crisp female voices in a swinging chorus with the slap of a djembe keeping time, and that wonderful, relaxed voice at the center. "Kaba Mansa" has a mystic air, with its cycling, minor-key vamp. There are songs from hunters' tradition and harvest celebrations, but in the end, this is a pop record, tersely arranged, and loaded with hooks and melodies.



KASSI KASSE was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album.



Traditional Malian praise singer Kasse Mady Diabate recorded this album in his own village of Kela, where his ancestors developed this style of music (Mande) and passed it down through a much-loved oral tradition. Though Diabate has performed with several bands and is known for his appearances in the Mande/Cuban group Las Maravillas de Mali, this solo album garnered much attention. There is much to explore and love in these delightful pieces played with guitar, kora (12-stringed harp), ngoni (lute), balafon (xylophone), and djembe (drum). Diabate's tenor voice, coupled with the vocals of his female background singers, is profoundly dexterous, capable of flying effortlessly over intricate rising and falling melodies. In addition to traditional Mali songs, Diabate displays his Cuban influence on tunes such as "Maimouna." Also noteworthy is a performance by Cuban bassist Orlando Cachaito Lopez, renowned for his work with the Buena Vista Social Club.



01. Eh Ya Ye

02. Kaba Mansa

03. Maimouna

04. Nyamalo

05. Jon Kunandi

06. N'i Ma Sori

07. Namanike

08. Fununke Saya

09. Naaren

10. Balomina Mwanga

11. Balakono

12. Lafia Jeli

13. Madu Jeli

14. Danya



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A Meeting By The River

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Today, like every other day, we wake up empty and frightened. Don't open the door to the study and being reading. Take down a musical instrument.

Let the beauty we love to be what we do.

There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.

Jalaluddin Rumi

A Meeting by the River can best be described as a spontaneous outpouring of music, unhindered by convention or form, brought into being by musicians so supremely capable that the music is never labored, the technique of their craft always subservient to the final product. Cooder and Bhatt are genuine masters of the guitar and mohan vina, respectively. The latter, an instrument created by Bhatt himself, is a sort of hybrid between a guitar and a vichitra vina, and is played with a metal slide. This fact is just one of the many things that connect Bhatt's playing to Cooder's, who plays nothing but bottleneck guitar here. The musical interplay between Cooder and Bhatt is nothing short of astounding, especially so considering that they met for the first time only a half-hour before the recording of this album. The voices of the two instruments blend marvelously, first alternating melodic statements, then doing so together, each dancing around the other, playing cat and mouse, probing, answering, reflecting. They are ably accompanied by a pair of percussionists: tabla player Sukhvinder Singh Namdhari and Cooder's own son, Joachim, on dumbek. A Meeting by the River is one of those few cross-genre albums in which the listener never feels for a second that there is some kind of fusion going on; one does not hear the component parts so much as the integrated whole. However, one can theoretically separate guitar from vina, America from India, the Mississippi from the Ganges. Once this is done, the resulting music makes more sense than ever before, the combination of two traditions of stringed instruments that use slides to produce sound and value improvisation and voice-like phrasing. As good as this sounds on paper, the actual results are even more impressive. The splendor of the music is aided in its transmission by the fact that, like all Water Lily Acoustics releases, this album is masterfully recorded; each instrument is clear, distinct, and three-dimensional sounding. A Meeting by the River is a must-own, a thing of pure, unadulterated beauty, and the strongest record in Cooder's extensive catalog. ~ Daniel Gioffre, All Music Guide



1. A Meeting by the River

2. Longing

3. Isa Lei

4. Ganges Delta Blues



Ry Cooder & V.M. Bhatt

A Meeting By The River



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Farid Farjad - Anroozha Vol.[1-5]

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Farid Farjad is an Iranian descended American violin virtuoso. He was born in Tehran (Iran) in 1938. Farjad, who has profound knowledge on Persian Folk Music, also worked on Classical Western Music with violin. His works on Western Classical Music have had a large influence on the development of Persian music. He left Iran in 1978 and became citizen in the USA.

Farjad, who is known as one of the greatest violin virtuosos in the world, has released an album of five series: An Roozha I, An Roozha II, An Roozha III, An Roozha IV and An Roozha V. (An Roozha means: Those Days in Persian)
A collective album named “Golha Orchester” has also been released among his pieces.

Farid Farjad, 1938 yılında Tahran’da doğdu. 1966 yılında Tahran Müzik Konservatuar’ında klasik müzik üzerine mastır yaptı. Bundan sonraki dönemde Tahran Senfoni Orkestra’sında önemli görevler aldı.Fars Halk Müziği’nde çok derin bir birikime sahip olan Farjad, keman ile batı klasik müziği üzerinde de çalışmalarda bulundu.Batı klasik müziği üzerindeki çalışmaları Fars müziğinin gelişiminde büyük öneme sahiptir.

Şu anda dünya üzerindeki en iyi keman virtüözlerinden biri olan Farjad’ın An Roozha 1,An Roozha 2, An Roozha 3,An Roozha 4 olmak üzere dört albümlük albüm serisi yayımlandı.Ayrıca sanatçının Golha orkestrası adlı kolektif bir albümde de eserleri yayımlandı.

Farid Farjad - Anroozha Vol.1
Track Listings
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01. Dokhtare Booyr Ahmady
02. Shekare Ahoo Va Jane Maryam
03. Simin Bary
04. Ahange Azari
05. Goleh Sang
06. Mara Beboos
07. Daryache Noor
08. Tak Derakhti
09. Sari Galin
10. Shaneh

Farid Farjad - Anroozha Vol.2
Track Listings
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01. Sahel Va Darya
02. Shabhaye Tehran
03. Amad Nobahar
04. Soghati
05. Ahange Mahali
06. Ghoghaye Setaregan
07. Bazgashteh
08. Leyli Menal
09. Mahali
10. Nefrin
11. Aylirigh
12. Mahali Dar Na Jan

Farid Farjad - Anroozha Vol.3
Track Listings
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01. Hasood
02. Magnoone
03. Arshin Malalan
04. Bordi Az Yadam
05. Shab Bood Biaban Bood
06. Dele Divaneh
07. Masti
08. Bekhatereh Tou
09. Agrabe Zolfe Kaje
10. Ahange Armani

Farid Farjad - Anroozha Vol.4
Track Listings
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1. Taghatam Deh
2. Goleh Pamchai
3. Beyade Gity
4. Pari Kojaee
5. Robabeh Jan
6. Sangeh Khara
7. Safar
8. Amad Amma
9. Sooratgare Naghashchin

Farid Farjad - Anroozha Vol.5
Track Listings
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01. Golha
02. Soltane Ghalbha
03. Esfehan
04. Daveegh
05. New Sin
06. Ashegh Shodam Man
07. Goftegoo
08. Ashegham Man
09. Kordi
10. Bahare Delneshin

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Global Classical Relaxation Experience

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Angelworks, the label dedicated to contemporary wellbeing brings the next essential lifestyle release. Two perfect cd's of pure classical treasures, hand-picked by experts for the perfect resonance to relax and refresh. With the special limited edition free gift inside, "The Global Classical Relaxation Experience" will be impossible to resist. Bracelets and wristbands are currently the instant must-have lifestyle statement. From Nike 'Livestrong' to 'Kaballah' and many more in between, the Angelpower bracelet promises to make "The Global Classical Relaxation Experience" instantly more appealing than 'all the other classical chill out' albums out there! Grieg, Mozart, Bizet, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Debussy, Vivaldi, Marcello, Sshumann and so many more carefully chosen Classics to relax, refresh and unwind make this the PERFECT deluxe double cd.

Disc 1: Relax
01. Christop Willibald Von Gluck - Orfeo Ed Eurtdice
02. Alessandro Marcello - Oboe Concerto In D Minor
03. Jules Massenet - Thais Meditation
04. Claude Debussy - Suite Bergamasque III
05. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Autumn
06. Claude Debussy - Reverie, For Piano, L.68
07. Leos Janacek - Idyll For String Orchestra
08. Ludwig Van Beethoven - Romance For Violin And Orchestra, Op.50
09. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Quintet In A Major For Clarinet, 2 Violins,viola And Violoncello
10. Frederic Chopin - Nocturnes, Op.9 In B Flat Minor
11. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No.21 In C Major,k.467 "elvira Madigan"
12. Robert Schumann - Scenes From Childhood
13. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Serenade No.11 In E-Flat Major
14. Pyotr Il'itsch Tchaikovsky - Violin Concerto In D Major, Op.35
15. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Ave Verum Corpus, Motet K.618

Disc 2: Refresh
01. Tommaso Albinoni - Adagio In G Minor
02. Camillesaintsaens - Carnival Of The Animals
03. Edvard Grie - Peer Gynt-Suite No.2, Op.55
04. Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No.6 In B Flat Major
05. Frederic Chopin - Preludes, Op,28
06. Eric Satie (1866-1925)Arr. By Claude Debussy 3 - Gymnopedies (Arr. For Orchestra)
07. Giuseppe Torelli - Concerto For Guitar, Violin And Orchestra In A Major
08. Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Violin Concerto In E Minor, Op.64
09. Ludwig Van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No.14 In C Sharp Minor,op.272 'moonlight'
10. Johann Sebastian Bach - Concerto In F Minor For Harpsichord,strings And Basso Continuo
11. George Bizet - L'arlesienne-Suite No.1 Iii
12. Woifang Amadeus Mozart - Sonata For Two Pianos In D Major
13. Edvard Grief - Lyric Suite, Op.54 Iii
14. Giacomo Meverbeer - Les Patineurs
15. Fredric Chopin - Waltzes, Op.69

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FAIRUZ live at Beiteddine 2000

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THIS IS 100 PERCENT PERFECT...THIS IS A VERY POWERFUL CONSERT.WITH A HIGH CLASS SINGER WHO IS BACK TO SING AND BACK TO CONTINUE SPREADING HER MESSAGE..LOVE. SHE WAS ONCE THE DOVE OF PEACE,THE BIRD OF LOVE,THE FLOWER OF SUFFERNESS AND SHE WILL ALWAYS LAST AS A DIVA. IN THIS 2 DISC SET...YOU MIGHT FIND A BIG MIRACLE...SHE IS STILL SINGING..AND SHE STILL OWNS HER POWERFUL VOICE...HER SOFT POWERFUL VOICE..ALTHOUGH SHE IS NOW IN HER SIXTIES. WHEN THE PIANO PLAYS..IT IS PLAYED FOR HER... WHEN THE PEOPLE GET QUIET ...THEY ARE QUIET FOR HER SHE IS RESPECTED..SE OWNS A GOOD CARRER....AND THE DOVE GOES ON .THE SONGS IN THIS CONCERT ARE SANG TO THE ORDINARY PEOPLE WHO SUFFERS ALL TIME.....TO LEBANON.....TO LOVERS IN THE STREEETS AND TO PAIN.

01. Beiteddine Opening
02. La Inta Habibi
03. Endi Sika Feek
04. Kifak Inta Listen
05. Prelude (Maïs el Rim)
06. 'Shtaktillak
07. Shu Hal Iam
08. The National Lebanese Resistance
09. 'Btitlojil Dini
10. Tinzakar Ma Tinaad
11. Kbiril Mazha Hay
12. Ahu Dalli Sar - Fairuz, Darwish, Sayed
13. Ya Mahla Layalil Hawa
14. Habaytak Ta Nsit Elnaum
15. Talfan Ayyash
16. Sabah Wu Masa
17. Nassam Alayna (Blowing on Us)

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The No.1 Pan-Pipe Love Album

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[01].Candle In The Wind
[02].Eternal Flame
[03].Nothing Compares 2 U
[04].China In Your Hand
[05].Take My Breath Away
[06].2 Become 1
[07].How Deep Is Your Love
[08].Careless Whisper
[09].Without You
[10].Think Twice
[11].The Power Of Love
[12].I Will Always Love You
[13].Unchained Melody
[14].(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
[14].Love Is All Around

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Oum Kalthoum - ROBAEIAT ELKHAYAM

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Hadith al-ruh, 1967

Composer: Reyad al-Sunbati
Lyrics: Muhammad Iqbal
Genre: Qasidah
Maqaam: Huzam

Sam'atu sawtan (Ruba'iyat al-Khayyam), 1949-50

Composer: Reyad al-Sunbati
Lyrics: Ahmed Rami
Genre: Qasidah
Maqaam: Rast

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Franck Thore - L'art de la flute de Pan roumaine

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Franck Thore
L'art de la flute de Pan roumaine
01. Marioara y Sirba 3:37
02. La Balada de las Gentes Dichosas 2:28
03. El Condor pasa 3:41
04. Claro de Mujer 3:48
05. La Fiesta de las Flores 2:50
06. Rondó Azul a la Turca 4:18
07. Sirba 2:53
08. Concierto de Aranjuez 3:04
09. La Quiero a Morir 3:07
10. En el Machupichu 2:27
11. Toma a un Niño de la Mano 2:59
12. Las Estrellas Cinematográficas 3:27
13. Hora Staccato 2:12
14. Pueblo 3:15
15. Ciocirlia 3:08

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Special Elements Pack: Earth, Fire, Space, Water& Wind

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This unique presentation of five mini CDs showcases maestros interpreting the splendour, mystery and power of the multiplatinum selling series- Elements. A collection of Elements Earth, Elements Fire, Elements Water, Elements Wind, Elements Space touches the core of heart.



Elements Earth - Vanraj Bhatia



(01) [Vanraj Bhatia] At The Dawn Of Creation

(02) [Vanraj Bhatia] Earthquake

(03) [Vanraj Bhatia] Earth & Heaven



Elements Fire - Bhaskar Chandravarkar



(01) [Bhaskar Chandavarkar] Invocation To Fire

(02) [Bhaskar Chandavarkar] Fireflies

(03) [Bhaskar Chandavarkar] Internal Combustion

(04) [Bhaskar Chandavarkar] In To The Light



Elements Space - Zakir Hussain

(01) [Zakir Hussain] Shwas - Uchhashwas

(02) [Zakir Hussain] Deep Space

(03) [Zakir Hussain] The Zen Of Space



Elements Water - Shiv Kumar Sharma



(01) [Shiv Kumar Sharma - The Elements] Stilness Of The Lake

(02) [Shiv Kumar Sharma - The Elements] Dewdrops

(03) [Shiv Kumar Sharma - The Elements] Walking In The Rain



Elements Wind - Hariprasad Chaurasia



(01) [Hariprasad Chaurasia] Breath Of Life

(02) [Hariprasad Chaurasia] Spring Air

(03) [Hariprasad Chaurasia] Cosmic Swirl



Elements Earth, Elements Fire, Elements Water, Elements Wind, Elements Space

Featured Artist(s): Vanraj Bhatia, Bhaskar Chandravarkar, Shiv Kumar Sharma, Hariprasad Chaurasia, Zakir Hussain



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Branko Krsmanovic Group - Music of Serbia & Montenegro

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Branko Krsmanovic Group
Music of Serbia & Montenegro, 2005
01. Vlaske igre (Valahian Dances) (trad.) - 5:25
02. Melodije Sumadije (Melodies from Shumadia) (trad.) - 6:10
03. Sopske igre (Shopian Dances) (trad.) - 4:18
04. Bunjevacke igre (Bunjevka Dance) (trad.) - 4:39
05. Srpske igre i melodije sa Kosova (Serbian Dances and Melodies from Kosovo) (trad.) - 8:11
06. Banatski motivi (Motifs from Banat) (trad.) - 4:14
07. Melodije Ponisavlja (Melodies of Ponishavlje) (trad.) - 4:51
08. Sirba (Inspired by the Romanian Sirba) (trad.) - 2:11
09. Simfonijsko Kolo (Symphony Kolo) (trad.) - 2:11
10. 11/8 - Skopsko (trad.) - 2:09
11. Melodije Vranje (Melodies from Vranje) (trad.) - 8:07
12. Oro - Muska igra (Oro - Men's Dance) (Alfred Pordes) - 6:27
13. Rumenka Kolo (trad.) - 1:38

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Ueda Junko - L'épopée des Heik

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Ueda Junko
L'épopée des Heike, 1990
The well-known Japanese "Epic of the Heike" (sometimes called "The Heike Story") was written around 1200, and relates the story of the Heike Clan at the end of the 12th century. The story is sung, with the singer always accompanied on the biwa, the Japanese lute. Interestingly, the story has had many styles and versions but the singing itself has remained unchanged. The highly talented Junko Ueda is a student of Kinshi Tsuruta, considered one of the greatest Japanese biwa players of this century. Both play the Satsuma-biwa, which is considered more virile and better suited for such an epic. In this particular version, Ueda accompanies herself on the biwa, which is not the case with the other styles. She performs three parts of the epic. Each story alternates with musical interludes on the biwa. The Japanese take pride in honoring and remaining truthful to their traditions, and this CD provides a taste of an 800-year-old unchanged tradition. - Bruno Deschênes

1. Atsumori
2. Nasu No Yoichi
3. Ôhara-Gokô

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The Most Relaxing Classical Album in the World...Ever! II

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The Most Relaxing Classical Album in the World...Ever! Volume II is another entry in a time-worn exercise in packaging that programs a number of bits and pieces of classical works in order to achieve a "mood music" sequence conducive to relaxation. There have been (and still are) so many of these compilations around that putting together something that breaks out of the pack is proving quite a challenge to record producers. This one is a little different in that there are some pieces that are on the margin between popular music and classical, such as Toots Thielemans playing the Jean de Florette theme, John Williams' theme to the film Schindler's List, James Horner's theme to Titanic ("My Heart Will Go On"), and an instrumental version of the popular hit "Time to Say Goodbye." Does this make The Most Relaxing Classical Album in the World...Ever! Volume II better than its competition? In a sense, it makes it a little more honest -- after all, such discs are really put together for sale in the popular market rather than targeted to the classical music mainstream. It is a generous (perhaps a mite too generous), two-disc program with some rather dull proceedings and a little depressing. But the provision of excitement is not what this is designed for and as a relaxation disc, it may well fill the bill, if mostly in a "rainy day" kind of way. That's a little at odds with the front cover, which looks like an ad for Claritin. ~ Uncle Dave Lewis , Rovi

Track Listing

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Disc: 1

01. Cantata No. 208, "Was mir behagt," (Hunt Cantata), BWV 208 (BC G1, G3)~ - Bach, Johann Sebast

02. Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major ("Eine kleine Nachtmusik"), K. 5 - Mozart, Wolfgang Am

03. II. Adagio (opening) - Bruch, Max

04. Nocturne for piano No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 9/2, CT. 109 - Chopin, Frédéric

05. Extract - Allegri, Gregorio

06. Theme - Williams, John [Fil

07. Kinderszenen No. 7 ("Träumerei"), for piano, Op. 15/7 - Schumann, Robert Listen

08. La Damnation de Faust, for mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone, bass, chorus an - Berlioz, Hector

09. Air - Handel, George Frid

10. Symphony No. 9 in E minor ("From the New World"), B. 178 (Op. 95) (firs - Dvorák, Antonín

11. Theme [From Jean De Florette] - Petit, Jean-Claude Listen

12. Lute (Chamber) Concerto, for lute (or guitar), 2 violins & continuo in - Vivaldi, Antonio

13. III. Adagio - Elgar, Edward

14. Liebeslieder waltz No. 15 for piano, 4 hands in A flat major, Op. 52a/1 - Brahms, Johannes

15. The Romance [The Gadfly] - Shostakovich, Dmitr

16. Pavane, for orchestra & chorus ad lib in F sharp minor, Op. 50 - Fauré, Gabriel

17. Woodbrook, for piano - Súilleabháin, Míche

18. Time to Say Goodbye (Con te partirò), song - Quarantotto, Lucio



Disc: 2

01. Violin Concerto, for violin, strings & continuo in E major ("La Primave - Vivaldi Listen

02. Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Melody), arrangement (from "Orfeo ed Euri - Gluck, Christoph Wi

03. Concerto for 2 violins, strings & continuo in D minor ("Double"), BWV 1 - Bach, J. S.

04. Prelude for piano No. 7 in A major, Op. 28/7, CT. 172 - Chopin

05. Cantique de Jean Racine, for 4-part chorus & organ (or orchestra), Op. - Fauré

06. The Opening - Williams, Ralph Vau

07. II. Adagio cantabi - Van Beethoven, Ludw

08. Pie Jesu - Rutter, John

09. Salut d'amour, for violin & piano, Op. 12 - Elgar

10. La fille aux cheveux de lin, prelude for piano, L. 117/8 - Debussy, Claude

11. Coventry Carol (2): "Lully, Lulla, Thou Little Tiny Child" - Traditional

12. Pavane pour une infante défunte, for piano (or orchestra) - Ravel, Maurice

13. Liebesträume, notturno for piano No. 3 in A flat major ("O Lieb, so lan - Liszt, Franz

14. Panis angelicus for tenor, organ, harp, cello & bass - Franck, César

15. II. Andante - Shostakovich

16. Requiem, for orchestra, organ & chorus; for organ & chorus; for small e - Duruflé, Maurice

17. (conclusion) - Mahler, Gustav

18. My Heart Will Go On (from the film "Titanic") - Horner, J



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Best Japan Traditional Music [Box Set]

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1CD: Jun Hogaku (covers+booklets+photos)

2CD: Nagauta (songs from kabuki)

3CD: Joruri (music & songs of bunraku)

4CD: Kouta & Hauta (ballad & popular songs)

5CD: Gagaku, Nogaku & Others (court music & ancient chants)

6CD: Minyo & Tsugaru-Shamisen (folksongs)



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SOUTH meets NORTH

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SOUTH meets NORTH

Sangeetha Kalanidhi Lalgudi G. Jayaraman & Ustad Amjad Ali Khan

Violin & Sarod



India is a musically rich country. She proudly possesses two musical tradition. Hindustani Sangeet Paddhati rules the northern part of India and Carnatic Sangeet Paddhati influences the southern part of India. Here we have tried to make confluence of both the Paddhatis by calling two stalwarts to perform together.



Sanetha Kalanidhi Kalanidhi Lalgudi G. Jayaraman was born in 1930 in Lagudi village in a family blessed by Saint Thyagaraja. He had his training from his father Shri. Gopala lyer. Later on he moved to Chennai and sought recognition as a violin accompanist. However soon he emerged as a soloist. Violin got status as a solo concert instrument because of him. He has won world acclaim for his performancees, He is a composer of dance ballets too. He has staged jugalbandies with several artistes. Today he is the topmost violinist of Carnatic Paddhati of music.



Ustad Amjad Ali Khan was born on 9 October 1945 in Gwalior. He started learning music at the age of five from his legendary father Ustad Hafeez Ali Khan. The instrument Sarod that he has mastered was created by his grandfather by converting a traditional folk instrument called Rabab. Ustadji introduced Khayaal Anga Gaayakee on Sarod. He has created some new ragas called Priyadrashini. Suhag Bhairy Chandradhwani. Mand Sameer. Kiran Ranjani, etc. He is an excellent jugalbandi artise and staged jugalbandies with the artisties of Hindustani. Carantic and Western disciplines of music.



We are happy to present them in a jugalbandi. Here they have played two majestic ragas which are common in both Hindustani and Carnatic disciplines under different names.



Hindustani Bhopali corresponds to Caranatic Mohanam It is an Odav Raga which creates Shanta and Gambheer Rasas. It uses all shudha notes. It deletes "Ma" and "Ni", "ga" and "Dha" are its Vaadi - Samvaadi notes. It is an early night Raga.



Hindustani Malkauns is known as Caranatic Hindolam It is an Odav Raga which creates Veer and Gambheer Rasas. It uses Komal forms of "Ga", "Dha" and "Ni". It delets "Re" and "pa", "Ma" and "Sa" are its Vaadi - Samvaadi notes. It is a late night Raga.



They have also played two Dhun-like Ragas.

Raga: Pahadi - Sangeetha Kalanidhi Lalgudi G. Jayaraman has played Pahadi a lighter raga from the Hindustani Sangeet Parampara.



Raga: Kirwani - Ustad Amjad Ali Khan has played Kirwani a lighter raga from the Carantic tradition



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Samir Joubran - Tamaas

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Samir Jubran was born in Nazareth in the Galilee in 1973 into a family with a tradition in music. Samir's father Hatem is a prominent "Oud-maker in the Arab world, and his mother is a former Muashahat choir singer.
Samir was first inroduced to the 'Oud by his father at the age of five, and later entered the Music Institute in Nazareth at the age of nine. In 1995. Samir graduated from Muhammad Abdul Wahhab Conservatiore in Cairo, a highly respected musical insititution in the Arab world, specializing in 'Oud.
Jubran has taken part in a number of musical workshops and seminars in several Arab and European countries. He has also given 'Oud classes at a number of institutions and schools.
Samir has performed in a number of international and Arab music festivals either performing solo or with his music band. His music has echoed in numerous recognized halls such as the Opera house in Cairo, Jarash International Festival in Joedan, Muscat Festival in Oman, Palestinian Week in Qatar as well as through perfomances in France, Britain, Sweden, Italy, The United States and Canada.
In addition. Samir has given a number of distictive performances along with the world-renowned Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish at several events such as the Palestinian Spring in France 1996.
Besides performing, Samir has composed music for a number of theratical productions and Palestinan films. In 1996 Samir released his first album, "Taqaseem", which was followed by his second production "So Fahm in 2001".
Samir Jubran is the first musician to be awarded a two-year scholarship to Italy Pontedera through the Writers Asylum Program, organized through the International Parliament of Writers of the years 2003-2004.

Wisam Jubran was born in Nazareth in the Galilee in 1983 into a family with a rich tradition in music. Wissam was first introduced to the 'Oud by his brother. 'Oud player Samir Jubran, at a very early age and has participated in numerous local and international festivals, the first of which was the Palestinian Spring Festival in France 1997.
In spite of his young age, Wissam has accumulated extensive experience playing "Oud and acting, through different local theratical productions. Wissam is highly original thanks to his remarkable talent for improvisation and the smooth and intelligent alternation between the different Arabic Maqamat.
Additionally, Wissam is a professional 'Oud manufacturer who has inherited this vocation from his father. To enrich his knowledge in this field. Wissam is currently enrolled at the Antonio Stradivari Institute in Italy to become a master lute maker.

1. Khiyanat Mariha
2. Tamaas
3. Tanaas
4. Sama'e Bayat
5. Khalaas
6. Takaseem
7. Ramallah August 10
8. El Nesf El Akhar - Astoria

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Premkumar Mallik - In Praise of the Goddess. Devotional Songs from North India

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Premkumar Mallik
In Praise of the Goddess. Devotional Songs from North India, 2006
In no other living religious tradition of the world is the veneration of goddesses - or rather, different aspects of the mother goddess - as important as in India. Since its earliest beginning, a major part of the Indian pantheon consists of females who play a special role in transmitting values which cannot be reciprocated by their male counterparts, reaching from graceful and nourishing aspects to the darker and more dangerous realms of the human psyche. The Mallik family - founded by the saintly singers Rashakrishna and Kartaram in the second half of the 18th century - has an unbroken history of venerating the mother goddess in all her different aspects. The songs featured on this CD - examples of a vast body of compositions transmitted in the family - provide ample proof of this long-lasting tradition.
The collection of songs on this CD is centered on Durga, the most venerated goddess in the Hindu Pantheon. She is regarded as the Shakti, the essence and counterpart of all the male divinities. When the buffalo demon Mahisasura threatened to destroy the world, Durga was born from the fire emanating from the mouths of the gods. Due to her slaying of the demon which earned her the title of Mahisasuramardani, she is regarded as the saviour of the universe. All other aspects of the primeval mother goddess are born from her. Usually she is represented surrounded by Karttikeya, the god of war, Ganesha, the lord over all obstacles, Saraswati, the goddess of music and learning, and Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. Her festival, the Durga Puja, is celebrated all over India for nine days during autumn in the month of Ashvin.
This recording, and Goddess: Divine Energy (13266-2) were inspired by and produced for GODDESS: divine energy - A major exhibition exploring the myriad imaginative expressions of divine female power in the art of India and the Himalayas at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney (13 October 2006 - January 2007) in cooperation with Radio Berlin Brandenburg (RBB), Berlin Germany.

The Mallik family’s musical history starts with the two brothers Radhakrishna and Kartaram who arrived at the court of Darbhanga in what is nowadays Northern Bihar, close to the Nepalese border, around 1775. The Mallik’s, one of only two families who have managed to keep alive dhrupad, the most ancient and austere style of North Indian music, are famous for their unique, very rhythmically accentuated style of dhrupad singing and their rich repertory of compositions, including rags which are sung exclusively by their own family.
They have toured Europe and the United States and thanks to a new generation of curious listeners and the growing interest of contemporary composers who were fascinated by the subtleties of intonation, dhrupad came back into the concert halls. Their particular skills have made the family famous among Western scholars and lovers of North Indian vocal music. Not wanting to distinguish between 'higher' and 'lower' styles, as they did not want to differentiate between richer and poorer patrons of their art, they performed with equal willingness and grace in the biggest concert halls and in the most modest temple or private house when they felt their music was received with love, singing dhrupad and all the other styles of North Indian music - khyal, tarana, thumri and bhajan, the musical forms you can hear on this CD - with equal competence and ease.
Premkumar, the youngest son, teaches vocal music at the University of Allahabad. Prem, the first part of his name, means 'love'; Kumar is a title given to a person of noble descent.

1. Rag Durga - Chota Khyal in Drut Ektal
2. Rag Gurjari Todi - Vilambit Ektal & Chota Khyal in Drut Teental
3. Rag Bilaskhani Todi - Chota Khyal in Madhyalaya Teental
4. Rag Adana - Sultal
5. Rag Bhairavi - Bhajan in Jhaptal

Premkumar Mallik - Voice, Harmonium, Tabla
Prashant Mallik - Voice
Nishant Mallik - Voice
Priyanka Mallik - Voice & Tanpura
Ravishankar Upadhyaya - Tabla & Pakhawaj
Rashmi Mallik - Tanpura

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Ballaki Sissoko, Driss El Maloumi, Rajery: 3MA

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The title is explained by the geography. Here are three great artists who come from across Africa, from the "3Mas": Madagascar, Mali and Maroc (Morocco). They are all exponents of stringed instruments that played a crucial role in their countries before the arrival of the guitar, and this gently exquisite set explores the links between their styles. Mali's Ballaké Sissoko is the best-known of the three; he ranks alongside his friend Toumani Diabaté as one of the finest kora players in the world. He's joined here by Driss el Maloumi on the north African/Middle Eastern oud, and Rajery, a master of the valiha, which is a tubular zither constructed around a hollowed piece of bamboo and one of the national instruments of Madagascar. There are occasional vocals, such as some cheerful scat from Rajery, and virtuoso solo tracks from all three, including a rhythmic workout from El Maloumi. But what makes this set special are the collaborations and interplay between the musicians, as they switch between lead work and gently sturdy backing, on stately or reflective tracks that echo their backgrounds, from the Sahara to the Indian Ocean.

(01). Anfass / Les Souffles / Breath
(02). Awal / Parole / Speech
(03). 3MA
(04). Kouroukanfouga / L'Élévation / Elevation
(05). Rania / La Fille De Driss / Driss' Daughter
(06). Véro / La Maman De Rajery / Rajery's Mother
(07). Mainte / Musique Traditionnelle Du Sud De Madagascar / Traditional Music Of Southern Madagascar
Written-By – Traditional
(08). Toufoula / Enfance / Childhood
(09). Kadiatou / La Fille De Ballaké / Ballaké's Daughter
(10). Morengy / Combat Traditionnel À Madagascar / Traditional Madagascan Combat
(11). Taxi Brousse
(12). Boum Tchak

Kora – Ballaké Sissoko
Oud – Driss El Maloumi
Performer [Solo] – Ballaké* (tracks: 9), Driss* (tracks: 5), Rajery (tracks: 7)
Valiha – Rajery

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Mohamad Al Qassabgi 3\5

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The Music of India 2CDs

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CD 1
1- Raga Hameer: Alap Gat I, Gat Ii, Taal Tintal - Ravi Shankar
2- Chhap Tilak Sab - Abida Parveen
3- Bulle Noon Sajhavan - Abida Parveen
4- Le Chala Jaan - Abida Parveen
5- Raga Bhairvi - Pandit Bhimsen Joshi

CD 2
1- Madya Laya Teen Taal - Ustad Amjad Ali Khan
2- Rada Nand Kunwar Saihaye - Shoba Gurtu
3- Raga Bageshwari Aalap - Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia

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Mohamad Al Qassabgi 2\5

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Mohamad Al Qassabgi 1\5

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mohamed el-Qasabgi (محمد القصبجي; pronounced [in the Egyptian dialect] el-Asabgi) (1892 - March, 1966) as an Egyptian musician and composer, and is regarded as one of the five leading composers of Egypt in the 20th century. Most of his credits went to Umm Kulthum, Asmahan, and Layla Murad who sang most of his great works and scores. Until today, most critics classify Mohamed El Qasabgi as the master of the oud due to his great abilities and skills which he had during his time.

In most of his tunes, there is a real sensation of the pure Oriental spirit, mixed with European musical techniques and taste. This was mostly seen in songs like Ya Toyour, Raa' El Habeeb, Ana Albi Daleeli.

In the above mentioned songs and many others, he was widely recognized by most musicians and critics at that time as the leader of development of Oriental music and mixing it with newest musical techniques, such as influenced brought in from Western classical traditions of his time.

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