Various - Music Of The Oriental Jews album flac
Title: Music Of The Oriental Jews
MP3 album: 1929 mb
FLAC album: 1887 mb
Other formats: AAC ADX TTA XM MP2 FLAC VQF
Genre: Folk and Country
Music of the Oriental Jews from North Africa, Yemen & Bukhara - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 16 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:01:08.
1. Hijaz Masaqi (North Africa) - Abraham El-Harar, Sebag Yehuda, Abraham Sueri, Ahron Iluz. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
Music of Oriental Jews f. .has been added to your Cart. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Complete your purchase to save the MP3 version to your music library. Ethnomusicologist Deben Bhattacharya came to Israel in 1957 to record music of the Jews from Arabic lands of North Africa and Yemen and from Bukhara, Uzbekistan, in Central Asia. The audio is rough by digital standards of today, but the documentary aspects are valuable by the relative raw freshness of traditional folk forms. The Moroccan and Algerian Jewish community played Arabic instruments of oud, qanun, darbukha, and violin in maqam modes but sung in Hebrew. Some of the tunes are of Sephardic origin.
A comparative survey of the music of the Jews in Syria and Turkey. Includes analysis of turkish and arab modal systems with examples from christian liturgy and arab songs. scher Melodienschatz, 05: Gesaenge der marokkanischen Juden. Also exists in Hebrew. Music of the Moroccan Jews. Gilu ha-Galilim (Rejoice Galileans) From the album, "Nights in Canaan, Early Songs of the Land of Israel (1882-1946). This is a Second Aliyah (1904-1914) song which became an integral part of the historical repertoire of Hebrew song. Both native-born and newly arrived pioneers sang this song in all circumstances. Saperi Tama From the album, "With Songs They Respond: The Diwan of the Jews from Central Yemen. This is a girdle poem by Se'adia ben Amram. Saperi Tama is sung to many melodies and is one of Yemenite Jewry's most common poems.
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The tonal structure of Oriental Middle Eastern music is defined by the maqamat, loosely similar to the Western modes, while the rhythm of Middle Eastern music is governed by the iqa'at, standard rhythmic modes formed by combinations of accented and unaccented beats and rests. Egyptian music began to be recorded in the 1910s when Egypt was still part of the Ottoman Empire. The cosmopolitan Ottomans encouraged the development of the arts, encouraging women and minorities to develop their musical abilities. They spent over three decades touring Europe performing at various festivals and musical events and in 1983 after their performance in the World of Music and Dance Festival, they were signed to Peter Gabriel's label Real World-Carolina and went on to feature on his Album Passion.
C Band 1. Gagaku (Court Music): Dance Of The Great Peace. Instruments – Unknown Artist. Record 2 Containing Sides C And D Record 1 with Sides A and B released as Various - Ancient & Oriental Music (Volume I Of The History Of Music In Sound). Records Limited (Controlled By Electric & Musical Industries Limited) Hayes.
|4||Ya Ribbon Alam||4:25|
|6||Taqsim on Qanun||3:38|
|14||Tulkum (Love Song)||4:54|
|15||Uzbek Love Song||2:50|
|16||Kashgarchi Tuichi ( Bukhari Love Song)||4:49|
NotesProduct of United Kingdom.
Manufactured in Austria
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