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  • ???????? Top 20 Best Egyptian Songs of 2019: Mohamed Ramadan, Sherine, Tamer Hosny & more!

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    Check out the Top 20 Best Egyptian songs of 2019 including hits by Mohamed Ramadan, Hamo Bika, Sherine, Tamer Hosny, Amr Diab, Hamaki & many more!

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    TOP 20 EGYPTIAN SONGS
    BEST EGYPTIAN SONGS 2019
    NEW EGYPTIAN SONGS 2019
    TOP EGYPTIAN HITS 2019
    BEST EGYPTIAN MUSIC 2019
    EGYPTIAN HITS 2019
    MOST VIEWED EGYPTIAN SONGS

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  • Ancient Egyptian Music - Tomb of the Ancients

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    Ancient Egyptian music about pyramids, pharaohs, dark tombs, and other things related to Egypt.


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    Tracklist :

    0:00 – Hathor
    3:43 – Osiris
    7:01 – Isis
    10:56 – Anubis
    14:41 – Bastet
    18:18 – Thoth
    21:59 – Ra
    25:25 – Horus
    28:43 – Golden Scarabs
    32:21 – Valley of the Kings
    36:02 – Dark Pyramid
    39:24 – The Mummy Awakens
    42:45 – Land of the Pharaohs
    46:18 – Lost Tombs
    49:20 – Imhotep the High Priest
    52:32 – Scepter of Egypt
    55:54 – Egyptian Warriors
    59:11 – Queen Nefertiti


    These beautiful pictures are from Steve F-E-Cameron (1st pic), Wikipedia (2nd, and 5th pics), FirstKeeper (3rd pic), Indigodeep (4th, 12th, and 13th pics), AlexGroseth (6th pic), Yigitkoroglu (7th pic), Butteredbap (8th and 11th pics), TomPrante (9th pic), and David Roberts (10th pic).

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    Relevant hashtags:

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    ~ All music is composed by Derek and Brandon Fiechter ~

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  • Beautiful Arabian Music & Egyptian Music - Arabian Nights

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    Beautiful Arabian music & Egyptian music that will take you to magical palaces, windswept deserts, and ancient lands.


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    Arabian Music:

    0:00 – Arabian Nights
    3:47 – Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
    8:12 – Sultan’s Palace
    12:04 – Magic Palace
    15:24 – Sands of Arabia
    19:24 – Cobra Desert
    22:45 – Scorpion Desert
    26:09 – Desert Prince
    29:49 – Bazaar Merchants

    Egyptian Music:

    33:56 – Pharaoh Ramses II
    38:13 – Cleopatra
    41:49 – Joseph
    45:29 – Pyramids of Egypt
    48:32 – Tomb Raiders
    51:53 – Desert Mercenaries
    55:11 – Desert Phoenix
    59:16 – The Nile River


    These great pictures are from Andrios Oudshoorn (1st picture) and Prof.Zidan (2nd picture).

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    Relevant hashtags:

    #arabianmusic #egyptianmusic #arabicmusic #egyptian #arabian #middleeasternmusic #dudukmusic #desertmusic #bellydancemusic


    ~ All music is composed by Derek and Brandon Fiechter. Desert Prince is a collaboration with Derek and SongsofHD~

  • Sona Jobarteh & Band - Kora Music from West Africa

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    Click times for titles: 1) 0:12 2) 10:06 3) 16:52 4) 24:40 5) 34:02 6) 44:24 7) 49:30

    Sona Jobarteh performed in Weimar on invitation of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar and its UNESCO Chair of Transcultural Music Studies (TMS). The TMS Chair regularly invites artists to bring the musicology students into contact with various musical cultures for inspiration and exchange.

    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a west African Griot family. The Kora is one of the most important instruments belonging to the Manding peoples of West Africa (Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau). It belongs exclusively to griot families, and usually only men who are born into these families have the right to take up the instrument professionally. Sona Jobarteh combines various genres of African Music and western musical elements.

    Sonah Jobarteh – Acoustic Guitar/ Kora/ Vocals
    Kari Bannermann – Acoustic Guitar
    Andi McLean – Electric Bass/ BVs
    Mouhamadou Sarr – Djembe/ Congas/ Calabash/ BVs

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

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  • Yanni - Prelude and Nostalgia_1080p From the Master! Yanni Live! The Concert Event

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    Yanni - Prelude and Nostalgia_1080p From the Master! Yanni Live! The Concert Event
    When every single note resonates a thousand words about Life… The world’s most powerful language : Music!… Yanni❤️????

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  • Top 10 Male Vocalists

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    Boy, can he sing! Join WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the top 10 male vocalists. Special thanks to our users Nathan Lorenzon, Emmay864,FireMadeFlesh II, afarrelly, Austin Black, Moise Joassaint, Rachel Jackson, capsricious79 and Jacob Pollock for submitting the idea on our Suggest Page at WatchMojo.com/suggest

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  • The Oldest Known Melody

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    The Oldest known musical melody performed by the very talented Michael Levy on the Lyre. This ancient musical fragment dates back to 1400 B.C.E. and was discovered in the 1950's in Ugarit, Syria. It was interpreted by Dr. Richard Dumbrill. He wrote a book entitled The Archaeomusicology of the Ancient Near East. Here is a link to it:



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    For more information on the Hurrian Hymn no.6 text, click on the link:



    There were 29 musical texts discovered in the ruins of Ugarit, but only text H6 was in good enough condition to allow for academic interpretation. Here is Dr. Dumbrill's interpretation:



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  • Hanine - Arabia, Violin and Dance show

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    The primary idea upon which the video was built was mainly the beat as the music had already been written for a dancer at a club where Hanine used to play the arabic violin.

    Upon hearing it, Hanine decided to alter some of its elements, marking a transition from pure dancing beats to a more musical, more oriental violin-oriented piece.

    As she firmly believes that very little can hope to compete with oriental beats, her mission was to prove to her audience that while she-as an international arabic violinist- embraces diversity in music, she owes it to her own knowledge of oriental music to ensure arabic tunes prevail when pit against western beats.

    And while the arabic violin has, for times immemorial, been associated with forlornness and relatively sombre thoughts, she sought to alter it and put an end to the stereotype by creating livelier, happier beats that it may appeal to different audiences.

    A violin show by the violinist Hanine EL Alam, dance track Arabia.
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  • Newen Afrobeat feat. Seun Kuti & Cheick Tidiane Seck - Opposite People

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    Luego de haber participado en el festival Felabration 2015, que se lleva a cabo en Lagos, Nigeria, y haber compartido con la familia Kuti, Newen Afrobeat se reencuentra con Seun en Chile en febrero del 2016, bajo el marco del festival Womad.
    Durante esos días se grabó esta sesión en La Makinita, interpretando una energética versión del tema Opposite People, con la colaboración de Cheick Tidiane Seck y algunos músicos de la legendaria banda Egypt 80.

    After participating in the 2015 Felabration festival, which is held in Lagos, Nigeria, and have shared with the Kuti family, Newen Afrobeat meets Seun in Chile, in February 2016, under the Womad festival.
    This session was recorded during those days in La Makinita, playing an energetic version of the song Opposite People, with the collaboration of Cheick Tidiane and some musicians from the legendary Egypt 80 band.

    FEATURED GUESTS
    Seun Kuti - Lead Vocals
    Cheick Tidiane Seck - Keyboards

    NEWEN AFROBEAT
    Francisca Riquelme - Backing vocals
    Francisca Castro - Backing vocals
    Macarena Rozic - Backing vocals
    Enrique Camhi - Trumpet
    Mauricio Sánchez - Trumpet
    Klaus Brantmayer - Alto sax
    Marcelo Morales - Tenor sax
    Cristóbal Dahm - Baritone sax
    Martín Concha - Electric guitar
    Sebastián Crooker - Electric guitar
    Alvaro Quintas - Bass
    Tomás Pavez - Percussions
    Alejandro 'El Galita' Orellana - Congas
    Roberto Gevert - Drums
    special Feat.
    Felipe 'Mr F' Echavarría - Keyboards

    EGYPT 80 FEAT.
    Okon Iyamba - Shekere
    Oladimeji Akinyele - Trumpet
    Samuel Ojo David - Tenor saxophone
    Adebowale Adewunmi - Baritone saxophone

    Recorded by Pablo Reyes on Estudios La Makinita, February 2016, Santiago de Chile
    Mixed by Álvaro Villalobos
    Produced by La Makinita and Lichens Family
    With the collaboration of and Womad Chile


    Registro Audiovisual - Malas Juntas
    Producción: La Makinita
    Realizador audiovisual: Camilo Carrasco Z.
    Cámara: Camilo Carrasco Z, Daniela Miranda, Alonso Carrasco
    Edición: Camilo Carrasco Z.

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  • Top 20 Most Popular Songs by NCS | Best of NCS | Most Viewed Songs

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    Tracklist:
    0:00:00 – Janji – Heroes Tonight (feat. Johnning)
    0:03:26 – Defqwop – Heart Afire (feat. Strix)
    0:07:23 – JJD – Adventure
    0:11:59 – Electro-Light – Symbolism
    0:16:48 – Alex Skrindo – Jumbo
    0:19:59 – Zaza – Be Together
    0:23:33 – Culture Code – Make Me Move (feat. Karra)
    0:26:46 – Warriyo – Mortals (feat. Laura Brehm)
    0:30:30 – NIVIRO – Flares
    0:33:54 – Elektronomia – Limitless
    0:37:56 – K-391 – Earth
    0:41:47 – Different Heaven – Safe And Sound
    0:44:55 – Defqwop – Awakening
    0:48:33 – Syn Cole – Feel Good
    0:51:34 – RetroVision – Puzzle
    0:54:19 – Elektronomia – Energy
    0:57:36 – Jim Yosef & Alex Skrindo – Ruby
    1:00:46 – Jim Yosef – Link
    1:04:30 – Elektronomia – Sky High
    1:08:24 – Razihel – Love U


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  • ???????? LEBANESE TOP 30 OF 2018: Fares Karam, Elissa, Nancy Ajram, Ragheb Alama & more!

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  • Yanni - Nostalgia - Live at Royal Albert Hall

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    Yanni -- Nostalgia - Live at Royal Albert Hall

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  • Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper - Shallow

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  • The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians - Old Damascus

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    The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians perform the traditional song Old Damascus at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall. The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians and Guests live album is out now:
    Co-commisioned by 14-18 NOW and Holland Festival, the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, featuring current and former members of the Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music, took to the stage for a rare concert to showcase Syrian and Arabic music.





  • Eastern vs Western Music Theory

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  • Sons Of New York - We Could Be Cowboys

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    We Could Be Cowboys
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    The Song We Could Be Cowboys by Sons Of New York from the Album American Dream
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    We Could Be Cowboys - Written by Roger Campo / ASCAP

    You said we could be cowboys
    Riding down Broadway
    Two Queens desperados
    Making our escape

    We could ride stolen horses
    Across the fifty ninth street bridge
    I could be the king of Egypt
    Or a Siamese prince

    They say that blood, is thicker than,
    Most anything
    Cause the same blood that runs
    through your brother’s heart
    runs through
    your own veins

    In the bright lights of Broadway
    I redeemed our name
    For a moment we could dream
    Of fortune and fame

    But you got lost in the illusion
    Tripped up by the lights
    Until the dream was a delusion
    That ruined the promise of the night

    And you rode into a darkness
    So distant and black
    Until you lost that part of you
    That you could never get back

    And they say that love is thicker than,
    Most anything
    Cause the same wound that run
    through your brother’s heart
    runs through your own veins

    Last night I dreamed, I found you on the street
    Your once powerful horse, lying at your feet
    All it’s beauty, and majesty was gone
    You drew a gun, and you put him down

    I gave you a hand up, onto my horse
    Your hand was swollen, blistered and coarse
    Your eyes were cold, distant and dark
    We slowly road my horse into, central park

    The city lights in all the windows
    Look like candles in a church
    And in this open air cathedral
    We blessed your horse’s last breath on this earth

    This cowboy life ain’t for the weak hearted
    Those still alive and those departed
    Cause the lonesome rider, who can’t make his peace
    Will forever haunt, these empty streets

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  • Crowder - Come As You Are

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    Official music video for “Come As You Are” by Crowder.
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    LYRICS

    Come out of sadness
    From wherever you've been
    Come broken hearted
    Let rescue begin
    Come find your mercy
    Oh sinner come kneel
    Earth has no sorrow
    That heaven can't heal
    Earth has no sorrow
    That heaven can't heal

    So lay down your burdens
    Lay down your shame
    All who are broken
    Lift up your face
    Oh wanderer come home
    You're not too far
    So lay down your hurt
    Lay down your heart
    Come as you are

    There's hope for the hopeless
    And all those who've strayed
    Come sit at the table
    Come taste the grace
    There's rest for the weary
    Rest that endures
    Earth has no sorrow
    That heaven can't cure

    So lay down your burdens
    Lay down your shame
    All who are broken
    Lift up your face
    Oh wanderer come home
    You're not too far
    So lay down your hurt
    Lay down your heart
    Come as you are
    Come as you are
    Fall in his arms
    Come as you are
    There's joy for the morning
    Oh sinner be still
    Earth has no sorrow
    That heaven can't heal
    Earth has no sorrow
    That heaven can't heal

    So lay down your burdens
    Lay down your shame
    All who are broken
    Lift up your face
    Oh wanderer come home
    You're not too far
    So lay down your hurt
    Lay down your heart
    Come as you are
    Come as you are
    Come as you are

    A Texas-based singer/songwriter known for his wide-ranging fusion of pop, rock, folk, electronic, bluegrass, and hip-hop, David Crowder rose to success in the early 2000s as the leader of the church music group The David Crowder*Band. Over the next decade, the band racked up numerous Dove Awards for their inspirational rock sound, releasing popular albums like Illuminate (2003), Remedy (2007), and Give Us Rest (2012). Rebranding in 2012, simply as Crowder, the singer launched an equally successful, though more stylistically varied, solo career with albums like 2014’s Neon Steeple, 2016’s American Prodigal, and 2018’s I Know A Ghost.


    Music video by Crowder performing Come As You Are. (C) 2014 sixstepsrecords/Sparrow Records

  • Sami Yusuf - Taha

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    Maqām: Bayātī

    This completely new arrangement of ‘Taha’ was performed live at the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music in Morocco in 2019. The words are from a mystical Sufi poem by the Sudanese/Egyptian Shaykh Salih al-Ja’fari (d. 1979) who taught and lived at the famous al-Azhar University in Cairo. The inspiration behind the melody comes from a well-loved folk song that is famous from India to Central Asia, from the Middle East to the Balkans, and all across North Africa. In this unique interplay of musical and literary traditions, Sami Yusuf is accompanied by master instrumentalists from around the world and is joined by several backing vocalists as well as the renowned Moroccan singer Ismail Boujiya.


    CREDITS

    Words by Shaykh Salih al-Ja'fari & Imam Mohammed Al-Jazuli (Dala’il al-Khayrat)
    Additional Lyrics by Mohammed Ali El Oumari and Abdel Ilah Ikhal
    Music: Traditional Islamic (unknown provenance)
    Additional Composition and Arrangement by Sami Yusuf

    FOH & Recording Engineer: Sachin Savio
    Monitor Engineer: Diego Biagioni

    Mixed & Mastered by Vishnu Rajan @ Andante Studios
    Video Editing & Postproduction by Omar Al-Balushi @ Andante Studios

    PERFORMERS (From right to left):

    Seyyed Mohammad Jaberi: daf, bendir & vocals
    Ömer Avci: bendir, tef, kudum & vocals
    Onur Cicin: qanun
    Sezgin Yaman: oud
    Emre Kayacan: kemanche
    Hasan Kirkisoglu: ney
    Mahyar Toreihi: santoor
    Hüseyin Can Pala: bağlama

    AND

    Sami Yusuf


    Special thanks to Ismail Boujia & his group for joining as guest vocalists (From right to left):

    Mostafa El Lachkar
    Ismail Boujia
    Elouafi Mohammed
    Hamza Idrissi
    Mohammed El Alami
    Abderrazak Idrissi


    ABOUT THE ALBUM

    Recorded at the 2019 Festival, 'Live at the Fes Festival' is a celebration of sacred music inspired by a rich legacy of mystical poems, rhythms, and melodies that span centuries. Here Sami Yusuf is accompanied in these new works by master musicians from around the world performing on traditional instruments, and is joined by the renowned Moroccan singer Ismail Boujia and his group.

    For English translation and more info visit here

    Published by Andante Records & Administered by Fairwood Music (UK) Ltd for the World

    Copyright of Andante Records. All Rights Reserved.

  • Ancient Egyptian Music - The Nile River

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    Ancient Egyptian music about the life-giving waters of the Nile, which caused the Egyptian civilization to flourish. This music that I composed is called The Nile River.


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    Song: The Nile River
    Album: Desert Sands
    Year: 2014
    Music Copyright © Brandon Fiechter

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  • Música Egipcia super relajante - Música Árabe

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    La Música en el antiguo Egipto se empleaba en varias actividades, pero su desarrollo principal fue en los templos, donde era usada durante los ritos dedicados a los diferentes dioses y era utilizada como remedio terapéutico, como indican algunos papiros: de hecho, el signo jeroglífico para la música es el mismo que para bienestar y para alegría. Como en otros pueblos, también se consideraba un medio de comunicación con los difuntos, y los músicos alcanzaban una categoría tal que algunos están enterrados en las necrópolis reales.

    No se conoce cómo era realmente ya que no desarrollaron un sistema para representarla, se transmitía de maestro a alumno, pero sí quedan algunos textos que permiten conocer algunos aspectos. También arrojan luz sobre este tema los instrumentos conservados en los museos y la representación en bajorrelieves y pinturas de instrumentos y bailarines, además de lo conservado por tradición oral por los cantores coptos.

    Música Clásica es un canal dedicado a la música clásica, (Mozart, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Bach y todos los demas grandes compositores) y tambien a otros tipos de música como la música relajante, musica instrumental y mucho mas.

    La música clásica o relajante como en el caso de todas las bellas artes, no solo consigue trascender en la emoción humana más universal, sino que es capaz de acercar nuestro espíritu a lo sublime.

    A la música clásica además se le han atribuido efectos terapéuticos que influyen en nuestro cerebro y estado emocional, capaces, por ejemplo, de reducir el estrés o mejorar la concentración.

    Estudios científicos afirman que es capaz de modular nuestro estado anímico conduciéndonos a la alegría, así mismo ha resultado beneficiosa en los postoperatorios que siguen a un trasplante ya que es capaz de reducir la ansiedad, el dolor y las náuseas, influye incluso positivamente en nuestro sistema nervioso parasimpático.

    La música clásica y la relajante son un buen antídoto contra el estrés y es capaz de mejorar nuestro rendimiento. Recientes estudios sobre el conocido “efecto Mozart” atestiguan que escuchar piezas del célebre compositor mejoraría el razonamiento espacio-temporal y la memoria a corto plazo, por lo que también se ha empleado para fomentar el desarrollo cerebral de los niños y de los estudiantes de idiomas, ya que a nivel cognitivo facilita y es muy utilizada en el aprendizaje de nuevos idiomas.

    La música clásica parece a su vez ser capaz de bajar la presión arterial y reducir el estrés y es una herramienta muy útil para combatir el insomnio. Escuchar música clásica antes de dormir propicia no solo una consecución más rápida del sueño, sino que durmamos mejor y más tiempo.

    Si todas los beneficios de escuchar música clásica o relajante aún no te han convencido, piensa quizás en la mejor razón para ello, pasar horas dedicadas al deleite y disfrute de las maravillosas obras maestras que la constituyen.
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  • Balkan Gypsy Music

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    Romani music or Gipsy music is the music of the Romani people, who have their origins in northern India, but today live mostly in Europe. Historically nomadic, though now largely settled, the Romani people have long acted as entertainers and tradesmen. In many of the places Romanies live they have become known as musicians. The wide distances travelled have introduced a multitude of influences of Byzantine, Greek, Arabic, Indian, Persian, Turkish, Slavic, Romanian, German, Dutch, French, Spanish and even Jewish musical forms. It is difficult to define the parameters of a unified Romani musical style, as there are many differences in melodic, harmonic, rhythmic and formal structures from region to region. Lyrics to Romani songs are often sung in one or more dialects of the Romani language, and dance frequently accompanies Romani music performance.

    The quintessentially Spanish flamenco is to a very large extent the music (and dance, or indeed the culture) of the Romani people of Andalusia. Apart from Romani music for local use, in Eastern Europe a separate Romani music originated for entertainment at parties and celebrations. This music drew its themes from Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and other sources. Later on it gained popularity in Western Europe, where many Romani orchestras were active, playing sophisticated melodies of East European origin. Most Romani music is based on the folk music of the countries where the Romani went through or settled. Local music is adopted and performed – usually instrumental – and, slowly, it is transformed into Romani styles, which are usually more complex than the original styles. In its turn, Romani music has greatly influenced the local music.

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  • Playing Live, Ronnie James Dio, Songwriting, Technique... - Live Masterclass #10

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    After 2 months of live guitar lessons (and before taking a little break in August), I will dedicate this masterclass to answering your questions. Nothing is off limits, and there are no dumb questions. So join us this Saturday and I'll do my best to help you! And yes, like last week, there will be a little surprise for those who are on time...
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    14:40 Playing several instruments
    15:50 Creating Musical Atmosphere
    19:55 Pop, Sia, Indian Music...
    22:15 Is there a Mysterious Mode?
    24:45 A Humor Mode?
    26:19 Scales for sad songs?
    28:03 When is the new album coming out?
    29:43 Do you play the Blues?
    30:50 Fitting chords to a solo?
    33:03 Tapping Up or Down?
    34:28 Friendship with Ronnie James Dio
    43:45 NAMM stories...
    45:17 Death Metal and Kindergarten...
    47:10 Ronnie Reprise
    50:09 Fretless instruments...
    51:29 Hobbies?
    52:53 Bedroom Players...
    55:15 Using a metronome for practice
    57:06 Playing perfectly
    58:00 Calluses...
    59:43 How loud are my amps when recording?
    1:01:03 Every hand is different...
    1:03:17 How much do you practice?
    1:06:30 Real advice for aspiring musicians
    1:10:22 Accept your limitations
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    1:14:10 Plans for September, and a few more questions...
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  • Beyond the Rainbow The Legacy of IZ Documentary. 25 Years of Facing Future

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    In November 1993, “Facing Future” was released.

    It turned Israel IZ Kamakawiwo’ole from a favorite Hawaii musician to an artist on the world stage.

    To mark 25 years since the release of “Facing Future,” the most successful Hawaii album of all time, Hawaii News Now compiled a special series and digital documentary that looked at IZ’s life and his legacy.

    Credits: Billy V, Lacy Deniz and the HNN Team

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  • The Brothers Johnson - Stomp!

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  • Spontaneous Worship during Covid Crisis | Jonathan and Melissa Helser & Cageless Birds | Amanda Cook

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    At the beginning of the Covid Crisis, before our home state of NC issued a Stay at Home order, we felt the urgency to gather together - to worship, sing and pray over our nation and the nations of the world. Our only agenda was to get Heaven’s perspective and the mind of the Lord for this moment in time.

    We didn't come with a set list or a group of written songs to sing.

    We took a few hours in the Helser's living room and sang over homes, families, hearts and minds. We played and prophesied through our instruments - because as musicians, we believe that this changes the atmosphere.

    Our desire is that this FILLS your home with home, releases faith and propels you to contend for your communities and families as we all wait for breakthrough. These are spontaneous songs - our prayers and heart for this hour. We are praying for you and believing for Faith to RISE in these days.

    Timeline :
    0:00 - “The Lord is My Light” - Jonathan
    10:10 - “You Reign…” - Jonathan
    15:30 - “Christ Before Me (St. Patrick’s Prayer)” - Luke
    20:43 - “I Remember that You Reign” - Phyllis
    26:16 - “I Bow in Adoration” - Jonathan
    29:10 - “Cover All the Earth” - Jonathan
    30:44 - Prayer for the Nations
    35:00 - “Never Alone” - Amanda
    40:28 - + 'NEVER ALONE' Poem by Strahan Coleman
    43:28 - Interlude - Molly
    48:17 - “Your Love is Enough for Me” - Molly
    52:27 - “It’s Enough” - Amanda
    57:37 - “Your Love Set the Table” - Chris
    1:00:18 - “DELIGHT” - Chris
    1:06:07 - “Sound Mind” - Melissa
    1:17:00 - “Be Still” - Amanda
    1:21:51 - “Sleep Well” - Amanda
    1:22:54 - “Selah” - Phyllis
    1:27:13 - “Amen” - Amanda

    “I have not given you a spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind” - 2 Timothy 1:7

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  • Amazing female throat singing

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    People often ask me if women can sing throat singing. I made a special collection of videos with examples of female throat singing. Hope you like it.
    1) Shonchalai Oorjak-Choodu
    2) Saylyk Ommun
    3) ??? (Can't find the name)
    4) Veronica Usholik
    5) Anna-Maria Hefele
    6) Chodura Tumat (Tuva Kyzy)

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  • Aboubacar Badian Diabate: Malian Guitar Master

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    This video has been a long time coming. The back story: I've known guitarist/writer Banning Eyre for years and of course, his and Sean Barlow's tireless efforts with their baby, Afropop Worldwide. I've followed their travels and travails, and admired their dedication and perseverance. I always wanted to collaborate in some way, and I got my chance when Banning called me up in the summer of 2010 and told me he was going to visit a great guitarist who was in town, to record him for a radio show, and would I like to come along? As we drove up to the Bronx, Banning filled me in on how he had first met Badian, and I got a feeling for why this interview was going to be special for him.

    After a rather steep climb up to a rambling house on a hill, we were greeted by the elegantly clad Badian, and his regal wife. Banning set up his gear in the sunny backyard, and recording commenced. As I shot the performance I realized that the technique Badian used was unlike any I had seen before. One hears rippling melodic lines coming out of koras and ngonis, but transferring that sound to the guitar requires a great delicacy and precision utilizing both the up stroke and the down stroke of the picking fingers. Badian's technique is utterly fluid in this way. Thank goodness for a good zoom on my camera; I was able to get nice close-ups of his hands.

    Badian was in town for a month playing for the various celebrations within the West African community in the Bronx, which at this point is considerable. I can only imagine how wonderful the music must be at these events. but you will never see this kind of thing covered in Time Out or any publications of that ilk. You just have to be hooked into the scene. Banning and Badian had much to say to each other (mostly in French so I got only the gist of many names, and being brought up to date on everyone's doings), so I just concentrated on shooting. When I got back to my house I reviewed the footage and considered how to use it....for my Huffington Post vlog? As an exclusive here on my own site? To post on guitar sites? I was in a quandary. In the midst of this indecision Banning called to say he had footage of Badian from 1996 that he had been saving for all these years and maybe there was a bigger story to be told. Could I hold off on posting until we could put something like that together?

    So I held off for over a year. Banning was off and running with countless Afropop Worldwide projects and trips, and working with his own band, Timbila. But after he returned from a music collecting trip to Egypt, he was back with a vengeance, wanting to get the project up and out. So here it is at last, after hours of footage in many formats sifted through, and condensed into 15.5 minutes.

  • Yanni - For All Seasons_1080p From the Master! Yanni Live! The Concert Event

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    Yanni - For All Seasons_1080p From the Master! Yanni Live! The Concert Event

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  • Michael Jackson - Liberian Girl

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    “Liberian Girl” by Michael Jackson
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    “Liberian Girl” is the eighth of nine short films for the “Bad” album and features three dozen actors, musicians and celebrities in a humorous “behind-the-scenes” look at the set of a Michael Jackson short film as everyone awaits Michael’s arrival. At the short film’s conclusion, when everyone converges on the set, it is revealed that Michael was actually there the whole time, as he descends from a camera crane laughing and says, “Okay everyone, that’s a wrap!”Director Jim Yukich called shooting the short film “incredible” in a 2011 interview, remembering Michael as “a pleasant person and a nice guy.”

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    Chorus:
    Liberian girl
    You know that you came
    And you changed my world
    Just like in the movies
    With two lovers in a scene
    And she says
    Do you love me
    And he says so endlessly
    I love you, Liberian girl

    #MichaelJackson #LiberianGirl #Bad

  • Maher Zain - Baraka Allahu Lakuma | The Best of Maher Zain Live & Acoustic

    6:25

    Official Live Acoustic Version of Baraka Allahu Lakuma, from The Best of Maher Zain Live & Acoustic Album.

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    Baraka Allahu Lakuma - Lyrics:

    We're here on this special day
    Our hearts are full of pleasure
    A day that brings the two of you
    Close together

    We're gathered here to celebrate
    A moment you'll always treasure
    Let's ask Allah to make your love
    Last forever

    Chorus:
    Let's raise our hands
    And make du'a
    Like the Prophet taught us
    And with one voice let's all say
    Baraka Allahu lakuma
    Wa baraka 'alaykuma
    Wa jama'a baynakuma
    Fi khayr
    (May Allah bless everything for you two
    And shower His blessings upon the two of you
    And may he bring you together
    In everything that is good)

    From now you'll share all your joys
    Through hardship support each other
    Together worshipping Allah
    Seeking His pleasure

    We pray that He will fill your life
    With happiness and blessings
    And grant you kids who'll make your home
    Filled with laughter

    Chorus

    Allah barik lahuma
    Allah adim hobbahuma
    Allah salli wa sallim
    'Ala Rasooli Allah
    (Allah, bless everything the two of them
    Allah, make their love last for ever
    Allah, send peace and blessings
    Upon the Messenger of Allah)

    Allah toub 'alayna
    Allah irdha 'anna
    Allah ihdi khutana
    'Aala sunnat Nabina
    (Allah, accept our repentance
    Allah, be pleased with us
    Allah, guide our footsteps
    Along the path of our Prophet)

    Chorus

    Lyrics: Bara Kherigi & Maher Zain
    Melody: Maher Zain & Hamza Namira
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    Musicians:
    Piano: Ruben Drenthe
    Violin Solo: Faical Kourrich
    Guitar: Sherif Fahmy
    Acoustic Bass: Mohamed Abdou Seka
    Cajon & Percussion: Amr Galal
    Backing Vocals: Timothy Crone, Ismail Haddad
    Violin: Sietse van Gorkom, Camilla van der Kooij
    Viola: Rani Kumar
    Cello: Jonas Pap

    Video:
    Camera & Shoot Composition: Gabriel Eisenmeijer
    Camera Operators: Bas Vermolen, Floris Tills

    Light:
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    Recording Engineers:
    Erik van der Horst
    Sjoerd Terpstra

    Mix Engineer:
    Erik van der Horst

    Assistant engineer:
    Fieke van den Hurk

    Studio Manager:
    Rob Sannen

    External Light & Live Sound:
    Smits Light & Sound

    Mastering Engineer:
    Sander van der Heide

    Photography:
    Osman Sarikaya - Grafica Sublima

    Video Editing:
    Soufiane Mouizerh

    Artwork:
    Ahmed Mahdy

    Technical Production & Producer:
    Sjoerd Terpstra for Awakening

    Musical Director:
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    Executive Producers:
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    Recorded, mixed & mastered at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, The Netherlands.

  • Ynka Huasy - Original Music From The Andes Vol 4

    53:27

    Ynka Huasy Original Music From The Andes Vol 4

    01. Condor Pasa
    02. Te Marchaste
    03. Otavaleno
    04. Soy Rebelde
    05. De Nuestra Amor
    06. Surazo
    07. Todos Juntos
    08. Ahuatinas
    09. Rebeldia De Los Condores
    10. Kholo Kholito - 31:10
    11. Vete Y No Vuelvas
    12. Octubre
    13. Song Of Ocarina
    14. Funerales Del Watiacuri
    15. Los Alaracos

  • Best of Christopher Monyoncho

    2:23:03

    Music comes in many different types and styles ranging from traditional rock music to world pop, easy listening, and bluegrass. Many genres have a rich history or geographical significance, a cult following or music roots that go far beyond the 20th century.
    The heavy metal music scene in Africa, particularly in Eastern African countries such as Kenya and Uganda, Western African (such as Gabon, Nigeria, Cameroon, etc) and Southern African countries including Namibia, Zambia, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Angola, Botswana,[South Africa, Mozambique,[ and Zimbabwe. It also extends into North African nations such as Algeria,] Egypt, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia, although bands in the North African region associate themselves more closely with the MENA region in terms of cultural and social consistencies.apart from other Kisii legendary musician like Nyakoora success, Mabundu,Machoge one,Kerage, Arisi Osababu, Kirwanda and grandfather of Kisii musical anthems Christopher Monyoncho whom during his musical career cannot be debated by his music lovers, Esabari Nyanyaribari. This is one of the top trending Kisii songs. It was released and also engineered by the famous Arisi Osababu. Apart from this song he has also released outstanding songs like Omwanchi and Kerito and many more. What many fans want in a song is a story and this song brings out just that. Moreover, this song has fast and nice bets that will make you want to stand up and dance to it. Arisi has been in the industry for a long time and until now, we can only anticipate for his next song. He surely knows how to entertain the young and the old, and people from all tribes.
    The song Ogosira gwo was released by Onsongo O’mosongo under the sungusia band. Osongo was part of the Sungusia band and he was one of the top artists in the band. However, he passed away last year at the age of 41. As much as he left us, his music is still very amazing. Onsongo took part in making songs like Nyaboke Egesaganeke, Amakweri, Lideni and many more. If you follow up and listen to popular Kisii radio stations then you are bound to know all these songs. He died young and may his soul rest in peace these songs will just encourage you to love being Kisii and they will encourage you to be a better Kisii by supporting the Musicians in the industry
    Eng’ombe ne’ngima was sung at ceremonies and happy events. It is sung by the one and only Henry Sagero Man Pepe. Sagero is one of the top Gusii artists that are making tremendous changes in the industry. People love this man and his music because they are humorous and you can’t help but laugh at the words. Sagero has also released omogusii omokombozi, omoika bwo mosiki, omosiki and many more. Sagero loves his culture and most importantly, he loves being Kisii. So these songs are equally celebrated in the Kisii region and if you are Kisii, then you are bound to enjoy these amazing songs.
    Rebecca Thomas one of the top Gusii artists in the gospel industry. Rebecca has a history of picking a story from the bible and making it into an amazing Gusii song. Isaya talks about the book of Isaiah and you got to listen to believe that this is a touchy song. It brings you from the physical to the spiritual realm ensuring that you get more of God.
    Kisii is located on the western part of Kenya and it is home to some of the outstanding artists in Kenya. Kisii songs are basically outstanding because they are mostly made of fast beats and they are pleasing to the soul
    Miggy champ is known for his Mamissments track and also his collabo with Kisii veteran musician Ong'eng'o
    Arisi Osababu is one of the finest musician Kisii lands has ever produced. In his prime, he recorded many songs that have remained relevant to date. Omwanchi Jemima, Esabari ya Nyaribari, Kerito are some of his songs that will entertain many generations to come
    Onsongo was a member of the famous bana sungusia band. Its believed that he was the brain behind major hits released by Bana sungusia. Nyaboke egeseganeke, boss, Amakweri, lideni, are among the songs he engineered
    Sagero is arguably the best Gusii musician currently. His series of hit songs is an indication that the rules when it comes to entertainment. How he uses his lyrics in a humorous manner is what makes him stands out. Eng’ombe ne’ngima, omogusii omokombizi, omoika bwo mosiki, Omosiki neriogo are some of his songs that have ruled airwaves in Kisii region
    Kwasakwasa is a talented musician who was initially a member of the popular bana sungusia. He later moved out of the group and decided to do solo projects. Ebitina is one of the hit songs that truly defines his success in the music industry. He is one of the most sought after Kisii musician
    Nyagwoka is arguably one of the best musicians in the Kisii region. Obotaka tibori kegomi, is the song that made him not only popular but also most sought after musician

  • Black Coffee @ Salle Wagram in Paris, France for Cercle

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    Black Coffee playing a DJ set in Paris' oldest ballroom: Salle Wagram for Cercle.
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  • Andina Inca Music from Ecuador

    48:43

    Andean music is a group of styles of music from the Andes region in South America. Original chants and melodies come from the general area inhabited by Quechuas (originally from Peru), Aymaras (originally from Bolivia), and other peoples who lived roughly in the area of the Inca Empire prior to European contact. This early music then was fused with Spanish music elements. It includes folklore music of parts of Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela.

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  • Maher Zain - Ramadan | The Best of Maher Zain Live & Acoustic

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    Official Live Acoustic Version of Ramadan, from The Best of Maher Zain Live & Acoustic Album.

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    Ramadan Lyrics:-

    You lift me up high
    You spread my wings
    And fly me to the sky
    I feel so alive
    It's like my soul thrives in your light
    But how I wish you'd be
    Here with me all year around

    Chorus:
    Ramadan Ramadan,
    Ramadanu ya habib
    (Ramadan, Ramadan,
    Ramadan O beloved)
    Ramadan Ramadan
    Laytaka dawman qareeb
    (Ramadan, Ramadan,
    How I wish you were always near)

    Love is everywhere
    So much peace fills up the air
    Ramadan month of the Quran
    I feel it inside of me, strengthening my Iman
    But how I wish you'd be
    Here with me all year around

    Chorus

    I just love the way you make me feel
    Every time you come around you breathe life into my soul
    And I promise that
    I'll try throughout the year
    To keep your spirit alive
    In my heart it never dies
    Oh Ramadan!

    Lyrics: Bara Kherigi & Maher Zain
    Melody & Arrangement: Maher Zain
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    Awakening Records is a subsidiary of the UK-based Awakening Worldwide that has operational offices in both United States of America (USA) and Egypt.
    Awakening Records currently represents five artists: Maher Zain (Sweden), Humood (Kuwait), Mesut Kurtis (Macedonia), Raef (USA), and Harris J (UK). (Previously Sami Yusuf & Hamza Namira among others).
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    Musicians:
    Piano: Ruben Drenthe
    Violin Solo: Faical Kourrich
    Guitar: Sherif Fahmy
    Acoustic Bass: Mohamed Abdou Seka
    Cajon & Percussion: Amr Galal
    Backing Vocals: Timothy Crone, Ismail Haddad

    Video:
    Camera & Shoot Composition: Gabriel Eisenmeijer
    Camera Operators: Bas Vermolen, Floris Tills

    Light:
    Thim Ijzerman

    Recording Engineers:
    Erik van der Horst
    Sjoerd Terpstra

    Mix Engineer:
    Erik van der Horst

    Assistant engineer:
    Fieke van den Hurk

    Studio Manager:
    Rob Sannen

    External Light & Live Sound:
    Smits Light & Sound

    Mastering Engineer:
    Sander van der Heide

    Photography:
    Osman Sarikaya - Grafica Sublima

    Video Editing:
    Soufiane Mouizerh

    Artwork:
    Ahmed Mahdy

    Technical Production & Producer:
    Sjoerd Terpstra for Awakening

    Musical Director:
    Maher Zain

    Executive Producers:
    Bara Kherigi & Maher Zain

    Recorded, mixed & mastered at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, The Netherlands.

  • Boulder Cello Festival Finale Concert

    51:35

    Boulder Cello Festival Finale Concert

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    Cello Quartet: David Requiro, Meta Weiss, Alice Yoo, and Matthew Zalkind
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    Program:
    Andante from Piano Sonata in D major, Op. 28 by Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. Colin Hampton

    La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin by Claude Debussy, arr. Aurélien Sabouret

    Gesang der Geister Über den Wassern (Goethe) by Franz Schubert, arr. Douglas Moore

    Escalay by Hamza El Din, arr. Joan Jeanrenaud
    Notes from Joan Jeanrenaud on Escalay: Hamza El Din (1929-2006) was an Egyptian composer and performing musician on the oud and tar and voice. His home village was flooded due to the construction of the Aswan Damn in the 1960’s. His piece ‘Escalay’ means ‘Water Wheel’ and was inspired by this means of bringing up the water from the Nile during his youth before the Aswan Damn.
    Hamza worked with many musicians such as the Grateful Dead and Kronos Quartet. I performed and worked with Hamza often in the last 10 years of his life. The two of us did a version of Escalay together (oud and cello)and then I created a version with my looper so I could perform the piece myself. Now I’ve made this version for 4 cellos that can be played live. I am delighted that Meta, David, Alice and Matt will be performing the premiere performance of the 4 cello ‘Escalay’.

    Nature Boy by Eden Ahbez, arr. Rohan de Korte

    Carmen, You Don't Have to Put on That Red Dress by Georges Bizet, arr. Rohan de Korte

    Bohemian Rhapsody by Freddie Mercury, arr. Rohan de Korte
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    Meeting ID: 851 1513 2175

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  • YUNIS - The Blue Djinn | يونس - الجن الأزرق

    6:41

    Composed, Arranged, Performed and Produced by YUNIS
    Mixed, and Mastered by VII
    Artwork by Fathi Hawas

    Released November 14, 2019

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    Guest Musicians:

    Muhammed Gouda (Accordion)

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    YUNIS (b. 1994 - Kafr El-Dauwar) is an Egyptian Ney/Keyboard/Electronics player, Music Producer, and music researcher. He has composed the soundtracks of some short films and documentaries. He is also a co-founder of Kafr El-Dauwar Records, an independent digital record label interested in contemporary and experimental music, founded by a group of young artists with the aim of creating a musical movement in the city, by supporting a group of artists to start their music from Kafr El-Dauwar with the potential of going with the music to the farthest point it could arrive.

    In his music, YUNIS seeks inspirations from the popular Egyptian folkloric heritage, which boasts many instruments, tools, and musical styles. He then reads and analyzes the musical legacy and presents it with the forms of his contemporary time. This is what is clearly shown in his first solo album, “The Blue Djinn dance, which released on 15 November via Kafr El-Dauwar Records.

    With multiple influences of electronic music and contemporary Egyptian folk/wedding music, YUNIS tries through six original tracks to explore in the creative spaces that afforded by the various shapes of the music of these popular weddings.

    For the album artwork, YUNIS collaborated with Egyptian visual artist Fathi Hawas, whose visual practices are about experimenting with various photographing tools that afford spaces of creating images that support the medium with visual readings that contain a harmony examines the vocabularies of time, place and subjects that Fathi study and express. Fathi has used a random family camera to explore the local cultural elements that make up our public perception of the popular weddings, to create a piece of visual music by framing that popular element in a visual form that suits what YUNIS presents.

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  • Most recent professionally recorded performance of each Mariah song

    9:59

    List of the last professionally recorded live performance of each Mariah Carey song.

    *correction*
    for Infinity's most recent professionally recorded performance: 2015 Walmart Shareholders Meeting (5 June 2015)
    also, i didn't search more thoroughly for the never too far performance, it's here:

  • Mario Crispi - Zammar - Auditorium Rome 08.10.08

    7:39

    Soffi (puffs) archaic flutes and computer performance of Mario Crispi
    Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome. Teatro Studio.
    October 8th 2009

    instrument:
    Egyptian arghoul (double popular clarinet)
    Arabic ney
    looper
    sampler
    DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)

  • Secretly Famous - Leila Arabic fusion, world music

    4:46

    Secretly Famous - Leila (a tribute to Farid Al Atrache)

    Cd info;
    Artist: The Spy from Cairo
    Title Of Album: Secretly Famous
    Year Of Release: 2010
    Label: Wonderwheel
    Genre: Downtempo, Dub, World, Arabic Fusion

    Picutres from deviantart.com

  • YUNIS - Al-Ard Al-Souda | يونس - الأرض السودا

    6:56

    Composed, Arranged, Performed and Produced by YUNIS
    Mixed, and Mastered by VII
    Artwork by Fathi Hawas

    Released November 14, 2019

    --

    Guest Musicians:

    Muhammed Gouda (Accordion)

    --

    YUNIS (b. 1994 - Kafr El-Dauwar) is an Egyptian Ney/Keyboard/Electronics player, Music Producer, and music researcher. He has composed the soundtracks of some short films and documentaries. He is also a co-founder of Kafr El-Dauwar Records, an independent digital record label interested in contemporary and experimental music, founded by a group of young artists with the aim of creating a musical movement in the city, by supporting a group of artists to start their music from Kafr El-Dauwar with the potential of going with the music to the farthest point it could arrive.

    In his music, YUNIS seeks inspirations from the popular Egyptian folkloric heritage, which boasts many instruments, tools, and musical styles. He then reads and analyzes the musical legacy and presents it with the forms of his contemporary time. This is what is clearly shown in his first solo album, “The Blue Djinn dance, which released on 15 November via Kafr El-Dauwar Records.

    With multiple influences of electronic music and contemporary Egyptian folk/wedding music, YUNIS tries through six original tracks to explore in the creative spaces that afforded by the various shapes of the music of these popular weddings.

    For the album artwork, YUNIS collaborated with Egyptian visual artist Fathi Hawas, whose visual practices are about experimenting with various photographing tools that afford spaces of creating images that support the medium with visual readings that contain a harmony examines the vocabularies of time, place and subjects that Fathi study and express. Fathi has used a random family camera to explore the local cultural elements that make up our public perception of the popular weddings, to create a piece of visual music by framing that popular element in a visual form that suits what YUNIS presents.

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  • The Mekons - Ghosts of American Astronauts - Los Angeles summer 2009

    4:35

    Permission to post this video was granted by the Mekons. This video of Ghosts of American Astronauts is from a concert held in the city of lost angels in summer, 2009. All nineteen songs from that concert are posted: this was the fifteenth of the night.

    If you choose to view/hear all nineteen songs posted and in the order in which they were played, you will be able to see the entire show, excluding equipment set-up but from first song through departure from stage. As always, the Mekons (those on hand for this particular show) were splendid as human beings, musicians, performers and group members. These videos are posted after permission was sought and received from the Mekons for this wholly non-commercial act of amateur fandom. The videographer offers his apologies for any flaws with these videos -- he is pretty inexperienced with the camera, and is especially sorely tested regarding how to shoot around people's heads! That said, here's hoping you enjoy, and enjoy you must, but please blame any shortcomings solely on him.You are urged to visit the following Mekons-friendly websites -- and -- and of course, others that might well be worth touting in support of this band and their musical and visual art.

    The set list, in order, was as follows:
    1. Beaten and Broken
    2. Millionaire
    3. Fantastic Voyage
    4. Abernant 1984/1985
    5. Tina
    6. Oblivion
    7. Thee Olde Trip to Jerusalem
    8. Perfect Mirror
    9. Wine or Money
    10. Diamonds
    11. Cockermouth
    12. Corporal Chalkie
    13. Last Dance
    14. Dickie, Chalkie and Nobby (Young Men in Peacetime)
    15. Ghosts of American Astronauts
    16. Big Zombie
    17. Hard to be Human
    18. Wild and Blue
    19. Memphis, Egypt

    The maker of these videos, who is a rank amateur, tries to reach out to artists in advance, to ask if it's OK to tape, and likewise tries to check with the artists afterwards, to see if they're OK with these tapes being viewed publicly on Youtube. This might not be easy (or occasionally even feasible) to accomplish, and risks frustration and disappointment, but it is the approach the maker of these videos has chosen and recommends, since it is the work of those artists that is being displayed.

  • Sun Ra Arkestra: NPR Music Tink Desk Concert

    20:15

    Sun Ra was a big-band innovator, a pioneer of recording and playing with electronics, a poet, a cosmic philosopher, a bandleader and a keyboard innovator who claimed to be from Saturn. Herman Poole Blount would have turned 100 in 2014 had he not left us more than 20 years ago. But his spirit lives on, and so does his long-running band.

    On Halloween 2014, the Sun Ra Arkestra — complete with costumes inspired by Egyptian symbolism and science fiction — performed a rousing, out-of-this-world Tiny Desk Concert. The band was led by 91-year-old alto saxophonist Marshall Allen, who's been with the Arkestra since the early 1950s. All these years later, no one makes soul-stirring, spaced-out jazz quite like the Arkestra.

    SET LIST
    Along Came Ra/Zoom 0:23
    Queer Notions 2:23
    Angels And Demons At Play 8:17
    Interplanetary Music 15:03

    CREDITS
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Mito Habe-Evans, Maggie Starbard; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Colin Marshall, Susan Hale Thomas, Maggie Starbard; Assistant Producer: Ryan Kellman

  • RIP Randy Weston

    10:57

    Willard Jenkins arranged Randy's autobiography, African Rhythms.

    The pianist, composer, and bandleader Randy Weston was one of the world's most influential jazz musicians and a remarkable storyteller whose career has spanned five continents and more than six decades.

    Packed with fascinating anecdotes, African Rhythms is Weston's life story, as told by him to the distinguished music journalist Willard Jenkins. It encompasses Weston's childhood in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, where his parents and other members of their generation imbued him with pride in his African heritage, and his introduction to jazz and early years as a musician in the artistic ferment of mid-twentieth-century New York.

    His music has taken him around the world, where he has performed in eighteen African countries, in Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines in Japan, and for the Princess of Morocco, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the grand opening of a new library in Alexandria, Egypt. Africa is at the core of Weston's music and spirituality. He has traversed the continent on a continuous quest to learn about its musical traditions, produced its first major jazz festival, and lived for years in Morocco, where he opened a popular jazz club, The African Rhythms Club, in Tangier.

    Weston's narrative is replete with tales of the people he has met and befriended, and with whom he has worked. He describes his unique partnerships with Langston Hughes, the musician and arranger Melba Liston, and the jazz scholar Marshall Stearns, as well as his friendships and collaborations with Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Coleman Hawkins, Thelonious Monk, Billy Strayhorn, Max Roach, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, the Cuban percussionist Candido Camero, the Ghanian musicians Kofi Gnaba and Kwabena Nketia, the Gnawa musicians of Morocco, the novelist Paul Bowles, the photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, and many other artists.

    A full discography of Weston's recordings includes song titles and the names of all of the musicians who performed on the records. With African Rhythms, an international jazz virtuoso creates cultural history again.

  • The Mekons - Thee Olde Trip to Jerusalem - Los Angeles summer 2009

    5:19

    Permission to post this video was granted by the Mekons. This video of Thee Olde Trip to Jerusalem is from a concert held in the city of lost angels in summer, 2009. All nineteen songs from that concert are posted: this was the seventh of the night.

    If you choose to view/hear all nineteen songs posted and in the order in which they were played, you will be able to see the entire show, excluding equipment set-up but from first song through departure from stage. As always, the Mekons (those on hand for this particular show) were splendid as human beings, musicians, performers and group members. These videos are posted after permission was sought and received from the Mekons for this wholly non-commercial act of amateur fandom. The videographer offers his apologies for any flaws with these videos -- he is pretty inexperienced with the camera, and is especially sorely tested regarding how to shoot around people's heads! That said, here's hoping you enjoy, and enjoy you must, but please blame any shortcomings solely on him.You are urged to visit the following Mekons-friendly websites -- and -- and of course, others that might well be worth touting in support of this band and their musical and visual art.

    The set list, in order, was as follows:
    1. Beaten and Broken
    2. Millionaire
    3. Fantastic Voyage
    4. Abernant 1984/1985
    5. Tina
    6. Oblivion
    7. Thee Olde Trip to Jerusalem
    8. Perfect Mirror
    9. Wine or Money
    10. Diamonds
    11. Cockermouth
    12. Corporal Chalkie
    13. Last Dance
    14. Dickie, Chalkie and Nobby (Young Men in Peacetime)
    15. Ghosts of American Astronauts
    16. Big Zombie
    17. Hard to be Human
    18. Wild and Blue
    19. Memphis, Egypt

    The maker of these videos, who is a rank amateur, tries to reach out to artists in advance, to ask if it's OK to tape, and likewise tries to check with the artists afterwards, to see if they're OK with these tapes being viewed publicly on Youtube. This might not be easy (or occasionally even feasible) to accomplish, and risks frustration and disappointment, but it is the approach the maker of these videos has chosen and recommends, since it is the work of those artists that is being displayed.

  • Misirlou

    3:07

    Riot101 performing their version of the old Greek tune Misirlou live at the Winchester Music Hall. Jump to 0:25 to skip the introductions. According to Wikipedia the original writer of this song is unknown and the song's oriental melody has been so popular for so long that many people, from Morocco to Iraq, claim it to be a folk song from their own country.

    Misirlou was first made famous in the U.S. by Dick Dale as the surf rock song Miserlou. Versions of this song were also performed by the Beach Boys, the Safaris, the Trashmen and the Ventures, used in the movie Pulp Fiction and adapted by the Black Eyed Peas for Pump It. The Greek word Misirlou translates to Egyptian Girl.

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  • Loop di Love/Darla dirladada

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    Loop di Love
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Loop di Love is a schlager pop song written by German musicians Dieter Dierks and Michael Schepior, based on the traditional Greek song Darla dirladada.

    It was first recorded in 1971 by Rolf Steitz (born in Cologne, Germany, 7 January 1952) performing under the pseudonym Juan Bastós. This version was a hit in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. Bastós also had a hit in Europe with Holy Goly Girl, and later worked as a songwriter and as a member of the band Santiago and the duo Bogart.

    Loop di Love was then recorded by English musician and entrepreneur Jonathan King, who released it in August 1972 on his UK record label under the pseudonym Shag. King's vocals were treated electronically for the record, and it was arranged by Johnny Arthey. The version by Shag reached no.4 on the UK singles chart. The record was also released in the US, Australia, and in Europe.

    In 2001, Austrian artist DJ Ötzi recorded a German language version of the song entitled Loop Die Love, which can be found on his album entitled Love, Peace & Vollgas.



    Darla dirladada
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Darla dirladada is a traditional song, originating from the island of Kalymnos in Greece.

    Origins
    It was conceived as a song that sponge divers would sing when traveling with their caïque boats across the seas. The song's lyrics contain words of encouragement and the opportunity awaiting the crew.

    One of the most notable recordings is that performed by Pantelis Ginis, a Kalymnian sponge diver captain, who, in his version, is making a reference to another respected diver captain, Manolis (Emmanuel) Theodosiou, whose nickname was 'Kobalis'. Ginis, in his version, relates the time Kobalis walked into a coffee shop where Ginis was singing Darla dirladada.

    Modern versions
    In 1970 the song was recorded by Italian-Egyptian-French singer Dalida. It was released as a single from her album Ils ont changé ma chanson, on which it features as the sixth track. Dalida also recorded the song in Italian, German and English-language.

    In 1973, Chilean singer José Alfredo Fuentes recorded an adaptation of the song in Spanish, released as Dirladada.

    The song has been covered by the Dutch singer Marva. The most notable cover version, so far, is that of G.O. Culture in 1993, which became a huge hit in France.

    The song is popular in Finland as well, recorded with Finnish lyrics by Kai Hyttinen in 1972. Erkki Pälli, a Finnish music producer and a journalist, heard this rousing song on a holiday in Rhodos back in 1971–72 and brought it back home with him. He offered it to Kai Kuju Hyttinen, who got a hit single of it. Pälli had just misheard the song and in Finland it is known as Dirlanda or Dirlandaa. Finnish music group Jean S. has also re-covered the song.

    In 1995, for their fifth album, the rock band from Skopje, Memorija, recorded a version of this song, titled Dirlada.

    In 2018, the Romanian band D-l Goe covered the song to honour the 1st of March holiday, using an electro rock approach for the Romanian lyrics, previously used by the famous actress Margareta Paslaru.

  • Miserlou: an Egyptian girl conquers America, Greek Song Music

    10:04

    The song Miserlou or Misirlou is among the most well known songs of the Greek American community. Whatever its ultimate origins - whether Arabic, Turkish or Greek - it became one of the most beloved songs and dances of second and third generation Greek Americans from which it spread to the rest of the country and then the world, being one of the most internationally recorded popular tunes of the 20th century. First recorded in 1928 by Mikes Patrinos in Athens the first American version was attributed to the Greek immigrant from Egypt, Nick Roubanis. Part of a genre of songs called Oriental or Anatolitiko they were musically a synthesis of an orientalist fantasy of Near East music with often Latin & Hollywood influences. Miserlou is one of the first of this genre which became very popular in Greece in the 1950s with songs such as Zaira, Mandoubala, Serah, Zehra,etc. Here I present both vocal and instrumental versions as recorded in the USA by Greek (& other) Americans.

  • Trans Upper Egypt - ATLAS.

    5:12

    Audio: Atlas' first take recorded on tape.
    Video by Bob Junior.

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