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A Jewish Odyssey
4.4 out of 5 stars with 168 reviews
The diversity of modern Jewish music is a result of centuries of hard traveling and cultural interaction. The secular and religious sounds of the Diaspora now embrace everything from European memories to the Latin experience to folk and modern pop styles from the Middle East. For example, the jazzy pathos of klezmer music reflects shtetl (village) life in Russia and Poland during the early 20th century, while the Arabic-tinged Sephardic repertoire dates from medieval times and then back to
4.0 out of 5 stars with 168 reviews
This 1964 Elektra release boasted 16 songs, and they were indeed choice, not to mention eclectic in typical Bikel fashion!.
Armenian Songs & Dances
mpn: MN-71321-CCD, ean: 0731807132129,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 112 reviews
Armenian Songs and Dances from Monitor RecordsOriginal Publication Date: 1995Genre: World.
Mayeh-ye Dashti & Mayeh-ye Isfahan: Iranian Classical Music
4.0 out of 5 stars with 81 reviews
Mayeh-ye Dashti & Mayeh-ye Isfahan: Iranian Classical Music is a co-production between Radio Berlin-Brandenburg and Celestial Harmonies, recorded in concert at RBB Broadcast Hall, Berlin on February 9, 2008.The Dastan Ensemble was founded in 1991 and their name means musical sound or ballad. The musicians have a grand vision: to bring back to life the wonderful repertoire of Persian classical music. The compositional style of the members merges tradition and progress; the inclusion of both
Classic Jewish Holiday & Shabbat Songs
4.5 out of 5 stars with 235 reviews
Celebrate the Jewish holidays and Shabbat with theodore Bikel, star of theatre, television, film and concerts, as he takes you on a musical tour of the festival calendar. This rare, recorded solo performance is as delightfully entertaining as it is instructive. Bikel, accompanying himself on guitar, sings 23 classic Jewish holiday and Shabbat tunes in English, Hebrew and Yiddish. Theodore Bikel fans around the world will welcome this album from one of the premiere Jewish recording artists.
Zill Speak - How to Play Finger Cymbals from A(lmee) to Z(ills)
4.9 out of 5 stars with 185 reviews
Cymbals Speak Part 1 - Learn how to play Turkish-American finger cymbals from a master zillist. Artemis has been teaching and playing finger cymbals for over 35 years. The album contains a 36 page color booklet with tips and tricks to help every zillist, no matter what their level. The booklet is abundant with historical background, diagrams on how to play zills, practical drill exercises, a precise listing of the rhythms by dooms and teks and a unique word pattern rhythm created by Artemis as
mpn: 3149027007528, ean: 3149027007528,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 240 reviews
Egyptian oud player Mohamed Abozekry takes the musical genres of his eastern birthplace to fresh new heights, breathing into them the inventiveness of jazz and the energy of rock. Karkadé is a hibiscus flower that loans its name to a popular Egyptian tea. This album is a musical portrait of his homeland, melding Sufi dervishes and folk tunes. It pays special tribute to a centuries-old culture..
Viguen Greatest Hits - Persian Music
By Caltex Records-Soundex
4.6 out of 5 stars with 298 reviews
An original recoding of the most memorable songs of Viguen in LP vinyl format.
mpn: 075597969429, ean: 0075597969429,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 270 reviews
With Egypt, N'Dour steps away from the dance floor-ready mbalax grooves he is best known for to create one of the most unexpected recordings of his career. With gorgeously orchestrated tracks, performed by musicians from Cairo to Dakar, and lyrics that express Youssou's devotion to the prophets and philosophies of Senegal's Sufi (mystical Muslim) communities, Egypt is a remarkable departure and as immediately captivating as any recording in N'Dour's two-decade catalog. African music heads have
mpn: kungfu788342, ean: 0610337883421,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
Israel's favorite pop punkers, Useless ID, are back with their finest release to date. It's been said that the third time's the charm, and that's definitely the case with Useless ID. Redemption is a perfect example of the kind of quality pop flavored punk that Kung Fu has made famous with bands like Blink 182 and the Ataris. The Japanese get it, Useless ID outdraws all of their Kung Fu label mates when they tour there and Japan record sales are through the roof. Now it's time for the U.S. to
Bad Story, Happy Ending
mpn: KFR785-2, ean: 0610337878526,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 274 reviews
Following up their split EP with THE ATARIS, this Israeli pop punk band plays in a similar style to NO USE FOR A NAME, but ...see site for more info..
Traditional Songs from Syria
4.9 out of 5 stars with 295 reviews
Former Syrian television and radio start, Zein Al-Jundi brings the music of Syria to life on this recording. Al-Jundi was born in Homs, Syria and grew up in the capital city of Damascus. She began singing professionally at a young age and became a household name quickly. Discovering that in spite of not singing for years, her passion for music did not die. She decided to go back to her music, which has since taken more of a centre stage in her life and occupies more of her time. From the
Quarter to Six
mpn: 0890846001268, ean: 0890846001268,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 111 reviews
To say Israeli keyboardist and composer Idan Raichel has been busy since The Idan Raichel Project s last album Within My Walls was released would be an understatement. In the past four years, Raichel has released a 3-disc live album set, written numerous songs and toured with GRAMMY winner India Arie, performed at the Nobel Peace Prize awards ceremony, co-written a song calling for racial harmony with Israeli President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shimon Peres, performed for President Obama
Zaghareed: Music From The Palestinian Holy Land
4.8 out of 5 stars with 186 reviews
Since 1979 this intrepid troupe of singers, musicians, and dancers has worked to revive the folk music of Palestine. Far from being a dry academic exercise, El-Funoun have become a vital part of the cultural identity of the Palestinian people. Zaghareed is a concept album based on the music played during a traditional wedding ceremony. It subtly challenges the traditions of arranged marriages and of the woman's place in society, within a context of beautifully played Arabic music. Instrumental
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