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Farid el Atrache

Vocalist/instrumentalist/composer al-Abash was notable to get a deep tone of voice with an evocative quality of poignancy, the actual fact that inside the pop field he sang in designs thought to be “authentic” in both Egypt as well as the Levant, and most importantly for his extensive usage of the …

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Hossam Ramzy

Egyptian indigenous Hossam Ramzy may be the leader and main percussionist of Pharaoh’s Egyptian Outfit, most widely known to Traditional western listeners because the backing group presented on Robert Herb and Jimmy Page’s Zero Quarter tour and album. Ramzy started playing the darabouka (Egyptian tabla) at a age, very much …

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Saad, better recognized to Egyptian viewers as Saad un Soghayar, is a favorite shaabi musician whose work continues to be featured in Bellydance Superstars, Vol. 3 and TOP QUALITY Arabic Music, Vol. 1. His debut U.S. discharge, The Prince of Sha’abi, premiered in 2006.

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Said El Artist

Egyptian percussionist Said Un Artist was raised within a musical family, encircled by the music of his seven brothers in a residence filled up with the sounds of accordion, piano, and — needless to say — tabla. Said’s dad, Hagy Abou, was among the best-known performers in Alexandria, so that …

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Beats Antique

Beats Vintage came together to create music for Kilometers Copeland’s Bellydance Superstars extravaganzas. The trio comprises David Satori (acoustic guitar, saz, viola, and percussion), Sidecar Tommy Cappel (secrets, plaything piano, drums, and percussion), and Zoë Jakes (stomach dancer, composer, and arranger). Their music includes Middle Eastern grooves, Balkan wedding ceremony …

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Kemani Cemal

Along with his vocals set to the accompaniment of clarinet, ud, kanun, darbuka, enthusiastic hand-clapping and a trio of deep-voiced female singers, Kemani Cemal (given birth to Kemani Cemal Cinarli) has helped to protect the music traditions from the Rom (gypsies) of Turkey. A indigenous of Sulukule, a gypsy-dominated community …

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