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Arabic and Druse Music

Various Artists
Arabic and Druse Music

This 1957 release, recorded in Israel, features the music of the Druze people, which is fundamentally Arabic in character. The liner notes provide an explanation of its characteristics, such as its scale system, the maqam’at, and rhythmic modes, iqa’at, as well as notation for the tracks and translations of lyrics. Selections include classical oud music, Bedouin songs, eulogies, and wedding music.

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Track Listing

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Ud Music n/a 2:56
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102
Welcome Song n/a 3:30
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103
Love Song n/a 2:28
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104
Song of Eulogy n/a 1:23
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105
Songs of Praise and Joy n/a 1:04
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106
Song of Eulogy n/a 2:41
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107
Arab Wedding Music n/a 4:47
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108
Bedouin Song n/a 2:00
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109
Song of Grief n/a 2:47
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201
Folk Song n/a 2:28
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202
Song of Longing n/a 6:04
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203
Druse Double Reed and Voices n/a 5:04
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204
Druse Wedding Song n/a 3:02
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205
Druse Festival n/a 5:42

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