This belly dance album is dedicated to beginning as well as for advanced oriental bellydancers.
Its a CD in honor of HATSHEPSUT, the Queen pharao who ruled over Egypt thousands of years ago. The great Egyptian queen was one of the most innovating, clever and daring empresses of the world. Until the anti-feminist army forces removed her name on all the official buildings.
The title piece "Hatshepsut part 1" includes instruments like guembri, bassoon, flute, darabukka, soprano saxophone and a bunka-bunk. Abdel Hazim composed the music, the arrangements and played all of the ethnic instruments like guembri, Egyptian kaval, systrum and derwish drum.
The rest of the tracks are crispy ethno-tribal rhythms arranged and composed by Abdel Hazim. Trance tribal like Ayoubi (2 Beat Rhythm) and Gulf tribal like Khaleedji or Khaliji Dance.
The music can be used for belly dance shows, dance-classes oriental dance, tribal workshops, biodanza.
The selection of rhythms from Syria, the Gulf region, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Egypt are played by master percussionist Abed Halabi in a production of Abdel Hazim. Master percussionist Abed Helaby from Lebanon played the drum solo on maqsoum and Egyptian percussion instruments like deff, mazhar, darabukka and sagat.
Leff Sariya is fast Leff (Malfuf) rhythm from Lebanon-Syria.
Abed Halabi - here on dumbek - started to write his first compositions under the production of Abdel Hazim.
Une sélection des rhythmes orientales tant qu'un morceau pharaonique "Hatshepsut". Retour au base de la musique du Moyen Orient.