Farid Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawwal | Spirit of the Sufis, Vol. 2

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Spirit of the Sufis, Vol. 2

by Farid Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawwal

Farid Ayaz Ensemble's first recital at Montreal was at the Oscar Peterson Hall in 2007 where acoustics are perfect for a high quality recording. "Spirit of the Sufis Vol 2" is the second part of the live recording of the event.
Genre: Spiritual: Qawwali
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1. Chaap Tilak Farid Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawal
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2. Mun Kunto Moala Farid Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawal
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3. Nami Danam Che Manzil Farid Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawal
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10:32 $2.00
4. Mast Qalandar Farid Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawal
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5:48 $2.00
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The word Qawwali is derived from the Arabic word QAUL which means "saying' or 'dictum'. A Qawwal is one who sings qawwali, or the dictums of the prophets and praises of God. The qawwali is closely linked to the spiritual and artistic life of northern India and Pakistan.

Spiritual Aspect of Qawwali
The Qawwali is inextricably linked to the sufi tradition; Sufism is a mystical school of Islamic thought which strives to attain truth and divine love by direct personal experience.

In qawwali, there is something for everyone. To qawwali lovers, the music and kalam are a matter of the heart and the soul, rather than just entertainment. Listening to qawwali is an emotional experience, but it also provides nourishment for the intellect and food for thought.



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