Salh Arram | Classical Instrumental Music of the Middle East

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Classical Instrumental Music of the Middle East

by Salh Arram

Classical Instrumental Music of the Middle East Salah Arram and Firquat al Awtar al Dhabiyyah (The Golden Strings Orchestra).. perfoms music composed in Late 19th Century and Early 20th Century Egypt.
Genre: World: Middle East Traditional
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1. Longa Shanaz Salah Arram
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2. Sama'i Shahnaz Salah Arram
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3. Sama'i Bayyati Salah Arram
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4. Sama'i Muhayyar Salah Arram
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5. Sama'i Husayni Salah Arram
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6. Sama'i Shatt Araban Salah Arram
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7. Sama'i Nahawand Salah Arram
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8. Taqassim (Nay) Salah Arram
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Through personal contacts between Egyptian musicians and musicians from such cultural centers as Istabul, Allepo, and Damascus late nineteenth and early twentith century Egyptian music,assimilated new maqmat or melodic mode, and types of compositions. Historians mentioned that a numnber of late 19th century and ealry 20th century Armenian instrumentists left Istambul and settled in Cairo where they taught music and familarized many Egyptian musicians with Ottoman instrumentals genres, primarily the beshraf (Turkish pesrev and the sam'ai).
This recording is from the archive of the Rashid's Family of New York's Orient record label . Albert Rashid had traveled to Egypt to record the leading musicians for this recording of classical Arabic music. Son Raymond Rashid and Global Village Michael Schlesinger are issusing titles in this Masters of Arabic music series.


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