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arabic guitar oud nahwand taksim Oud classic arabic music تقاسيم عود : عزف عود simon shaheen.
Bayati semai (Arab Classical Music) Mohamad Maksoud, Ahmad Hariri Samer Hamdan Eastern Profane Music 13th-18th centuries Buylinks https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/eastern-profane-music-13th/id564253508 http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Eastern+Profane+Music+13th-18th+centuries&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3AEastern+Profane+Music+13th-18th+centuries Tracklist 1.Kratima (At the Entrance) Mode Middle B [Post Byzantine Music 13th Century] [Kratima Ihima Is Tin Isodon] Petros Tabouris 2.Kratima: Mode Plagal D / Kratima I Psaltira Tou Prasinou (Post Byzantine Music - 14Th Century) Petros Tabouris Ensemble 3.Kratima: Mode A / Kratima: Se Iho Proto Tou Petrou Peloponissiou] [Post Byzantine Music - 18th century] Petros Tabouris Ensemble 4.Kratima: Mode Plagal A / ...
A collection of beautiful traditional Arabic music.
Camel Train (Marrakesh Mix) 0:00 Caravan 4:45 Moroccan Heaven (Arabesque Rework) 11:12 Ambarabic Chill (Kermia 12" club Mix) 15:30 Eastern Magic 20:52 Arabian Nights (DJ Ahmed Mix) 25:30 Arabesque Lady 30:38 Flight to Casablanca (Didier French Club Remix) 35:36 Orient Express 39:37 Sahara Trip 43:45 Sunset Over The Dunes (Dubai Lounge Mix) 47:40 Dark Continent 51:28 Earth Tribe Beat (Extended Euro Mix) 56:03 Purple Sky (Horizontal Chill) 1:01:05 Oasis Osmosis (Deep Global Groove Version) 1:05:56 Midnight Chill (Bizarre Club Mix) 1:12:20 Café Casbah (Funky Fat Buddha Bar Mix) 1:16:31 Groove Oasis (12" Supperclub Mix) 1:21:24 The Gift (Eastern Lounge Remix) 1:25:46 Deep Desert (Club Version) 1:30:50 Global Landscape 1:36:34 Infidel (Jah Debda Sunset Mix) 1:41:32 Pearl Pyramid (Ancient Voyage...
National Arab Orchestra January 24, 2014 Atlanta Symphony Hall Kahramana - Farid Alatrache Directed by: Michael Ibrahim Violin: Adel Eskandar, Emad Ibrahim,Nady Benyamine, Katie Vandusen, Eddie Sleiman, Roberto Riggio, Sachi Yoshimoto, Insia Malik, Dena El-Saffar, Akram Abdul Fattah, Marandi Hostetter, Noha Ismail. Qanun: Jamal Sinno. Oud: Victor Ghannam. Cello, Peter Abadier. Buzuq: Tareq Abboushi. Nay/Mizmar: Michael Ibrahim, Saxaphone: Shehadeh Alaqrabawi. Bass: Margaret Hasspacher. Electric Guitar. Percussion: Gurshuran "Yash" Singh Sandhu, Roger Kashou, Tareq Rantisi, Dhafir Tawil, Sam Parsons. The NAO is a 501 c3 nonprofit organization. For more information on how you can help the NAO, contact us at email@example.com
When she started to walk with a swinging gait aman aman aman aman her beauty amazed me aman aman aman aman I have become prisoner of her eyes aman aman aman aman her stem folded as she bent aman aman aman aman O my promise, O my perplexity, who can answer my complaint about love and suffering but the beautiful one? aman aman aman aman about love and suffering but the beautiful one? aman aman aman aman Performers: Ensemble Constantinopla
The Most Beautiful Animals of All Time Ever : -Arabs honor their families and roots exactly the same way they honor their rides . -It felt like heavens were whispering to me the most emotional love songs every single time I watched this video -Horses sleep standing and die standing . -so long live Arabian pride ! keep shaking heads while running . -If you would race an Arab, a Thoroughbred and a Quarter Horse in a two mile race, the Q/H would be first in the quarter mile, then would poop out, the T/B would be in front of the Arab until about the first mile and a quarter, then the Arab would just keep going and going and going.
un chef d'œuvre de la belle chanteuse syrienne assala nasri.
Update 2013: -Just Released a new acoustic version with the same style, more awesome and better Arpeggios. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PU7nJZ4qSI0 Update 2012: Thanks for all the comments and reception but its unfortunate that there are no tabs, this is played by ear and improvised. Wanna learn how to play it? Learn the D Phrygian scale (minor, major and dominant) by hearth across the guitar, tune to double drop D and the sound will come by itself - -Don't forget to check the new "brutal" version, this time with an evolved heavier style, higher quality sound, multiple tracks and drums! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7c5VhxYIlZ4&list=UUyE5CGxpb6uRAZmHSmOuBEw&index=1&feature= Update 2011: Part 2 is up! check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIymCdDL3Bw Update 2010: Thanks so...
The Dictator (1969) Written by Issam Mahfouz (Lebanon) Translated by Robert Myers and Nada Saab Directed by Sara Rademacher Yusuf Idris (Egypt), Issam Mahfouz (Lebanon) and Sa’dallah Wannous (Syria) are some of the Arab world’s most renowned playwrights, but are relatively unknown to the Western world. Their complex and nuanced plays address the timeless issues of power and politics in ways that deeply resonate with our own situation. This event is curated by Joy Sarah Arab (Producer) in collaboration with Marvin Carlson; dramaturgy by Salma S. Zohdi. Evening readings followed by a discussion with Joy Sarah Arab, Marvin Carlson, Kareem Fahmy (Director/Playwright), Philip Himberg (Sundance Institute Theatre Program), Christian Parker (Columbia University), Edward Ziter (Tisch School of th...
A classical song Joumana
Improvisations and variations of a Sufi musical theme plus an instrumental composition by A.J. Racy "Sama'i Mahur." A.J. Racy, Arab buzuq (plucked lute) and nay (reed flute) Münir Beken, Turkish 'ud (pluked lute) Souhail Kaspar, tar (Arab frame drum) Presented on May 20, 2016 at the Getty Center as part of the concert East and West of Dunhuang: Music Carried by the Wind. The concert was presented in collaboration with the World Music Center at UCLA and the UCLA Confucius Institute to compliment the exhibition Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road. http://bit.ly/1M6gFul
The Flipflaps (1964) Written by Yusuf Idris (Egypt) Translated by Trevor LeGassick Directed by NJ Agwuna Yusuf Idris (Egypt), Issam Mahfouz (Lebanon) and Sa’dallah Wannous (Syria) are some of the Arab world’s most renowned playwrights, but are relatively unknown to the Western world. Their complex and nuanced plays address the timeless issues of power and politics in ways that deeply resonate with our own situation. This event is curated by Joy Sarah Arab (Producer) in collaboration with Marvin Carlson; dramaturgy by Salma S. Zohdi. Evening readings followed by a discussion with Joy Sarah Arab, Marvin Carlson, Kareem Fahmy (Director/Playwright), Philip Himberg (Sundance Institute Theatre Program), Christian Parker (Columbia University), Edward Ziter (Tisch School of the Arts, NYU), and S...
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