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Muhammad Bin Faris - Sawt of Bahrein flac
Title:
Sawt of Bahrein
Performer:
Muhammad Bin Faris
Style:
Arabic,Middle Eastern Traditions
Duration:
53:22
Released:
July 13, 2004
FLAC album size:
1511 mb
MP3 album size:
1646 mb
Other formats:
MPC WMA AAC AC3 VOC MP4
Genre:
Rating:
4.2

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The Sawt Of Bahrain Ensemble Muhammad Bin Fâris. The Sawt of Bahrain (Ensemble Muhammad bin Fâris) Mâ li-ghusn al-dhahab (What's the matter with the slender branch).

The origin of ṣawt music in Bahrain (and earlier in Kuwait) is probably related to the fact that the country sits at the crossroads of cultural influences from across the Gulf region – Kuwait, Qatar, Persia, southern Iraq (particularly Basra), Saudi Arabia and Oman – as well as from further afield such as Yemen and India. awt consists of two completely interwoven elements: the scale and method of playing the oud, which are taken from Arabic Classical music, together with the polyrhythmic structure and lyrics of the Haḍar, Bedouin and fishing communities’ musical traditions.

teknology park malaysia collage. Class of 2006 · Muar, Johor, Malaysia. Current City and Home Town. Muar, Johor, Malaysia. About Muhammad Faris.

Le sawt de Bahreïn (Barheïn) "Le sawt – littéralement : voix en arabe – est considéré comme l’art musical par excellence des pays du Golfe. Il se nourrit du vaste répertoire de la poésie classique et dialectale et des différentes cultures poético-musicales qui se sont rencontrées dans la région du Golfe. In the wake of the great upheaval of tradition that took place in the thirties, Muhammad bin Faris (d. 1947), a remarkable writer and composer of the sawt, played a large and vigorous role in the renewal of the genre, founding Bahrain’s first school of sawt. This record pays tribute to the immense talent of this distinguished personality. 1 CD, 6 tracks, 5. 5 min. Quantité

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Listen to music from Ensemble Muhammad Bin Faris like Yushawwiquni Barqun, Qala Ibn al-Ashraf & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ensemble Muhammad Bin Faris. Ensemble Muhammad Bin Faris. Overview (current section).

Muhammad ibn Saud (Arabic: محمد بن سعود‎; died 1765), also known as Ibn Saud, was the emir of Ad-Diriyyah and is considered the founder of the First Saudi State and the Saud dynasty, which are technically named for his father – Saud ibn Muhammad ibn Muqrin (died 1725). Ibn Saud's family (then known as the Al Muqrin) traced its descent to the tribe of Banu Audi and Hanifa tribes but, despite popular misconceptions, Muhammad ibn Saud was neither a nomadic bedouin nor was he a tribal leader

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Yushawwiquinî Barqun (A Flash Awakens Desire) Muhammad Bin Faris 8:34
2 Dam'î Jarâ Bi-L-Khudud (Tears Have Flowed Down My Cheeks Muhammad Bin Faris 8:43
3 Qâla Ibn Al-Ashraf (The Ashraf's Son Said) Muhammad Bin Faris 8:47
4 Nâsî Wa Lâ Yadri (Neglectful Without Knowing It) Muhammad Bin Faris 6:39
5 Wâburuhi Min Al-Ghîd (Upon My Soul) Muhammad Bin Faris 9:02
6 Mâ Li-Ghusn Al-Dhahab (What's the Matter With the Slender Branch) Muhammad Bin Faris 11:37

Credits

Anwar Ahmed - Choir/Chorus, Percussion
Saad Aljaffal - Choir/Chorus, Percussion
Anwar Alquattan - Lute, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Khaled Alshaer - Lute, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Yusuf Alshomali - Choir/Chorus, Percussion
Husain Asseeri - Member of Attributed Artist, Qanoun, Zither
Zâyed Atîq - Lute, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Dalila Bellil - Collaboration
Cécile Boquien - Collaboration
Dorothée Engel - Coordination
Muhammad Bin Faris - Primary Artist
Betty Bente Hansen - Collaboration
Abdullah Khiri - Member of Attributed Artist, Violin
Farida Mekki - Collaboration
Mohamed Métalsi - Audio Production, Concept
Delia Morris - Translation
Brigitte Nérou - Collaboration
Habib Yammine - Liner Notes