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Samya – Best of Farid Al Atrash
Farid became a Middle Eastern household name, famous for his virtuoso Oud (lute) playing, his magnificently lush musical films and his warm voice, singing the most rosy love songs.
Zeina – Best of Mohammed Abdul Wahab
Mohammed Abdul Wahab (†1990) had a very special sound of his own. He tried to create a new amalgamation between East and West so as to be educational for the Arabian ear as well as keeping the quarter tone and Arabic scale that turned them on artistically.
AHLAMY – Rafat Misso & Hossam Ramzy£8.50
This soulful belly dance album introduces Rafat Misso, Egypt's most sought-after belly dance saxophonist, who together with Hossam Ramzy creates a rich and mystical journey through the enticing sounds of the Middle East. Information about each of the piece in English, German, French and Spanish.
Qanun El Tarab£8.50
Having introduced many top quality albums for the Egyptian Dance, I am working on a new series to introduce each individual solo instrument we use in the Egyptian music ensembles as the star of each album, featuring a top class virtuoso in each one.
Classical Egyptian music in modern arrangements composed by Essam Rashad, one of Egypt’s most prominent composers of the 20th century. His music has been heard many times on radio and TV all over the Middle East.
Best of Hossam Ramzy£8.50
Here is a collection of Hossam’s finest pieces, selected by the great master himself.
Best of Abdul Halim Hafiz£8.50
Abdul Halim Hafiz lost both parents when he was very young. In the orphanage he received a very good musical education. In his late teens, Abdul Halim was enrolled into the Arabic Music Institute by his eldest brother from where he graduated as a classical oboe player.
The idea behind EGYPTIAN RAÏ is to use different types of sounds, rhythms, songs and feel, all from the Arab world.
It is my wish that anyone who listens to this album may get an eagle’s eye view over the Arab world. Looking down on it from great heights, one realizes that it is a world in its own right. It is at its best when it communicates with its own peoples as well as with other members of our Earth.” – Hossam Ramzy.
Baladi is the true dance of Egypt. The word means: “of the country, my
country, urbanized folk music, the dance of Egypt”. Hossam captures a
variety of styles and rhythms of Baladi. The pieces are especially meant
to augment practicing the dance. Baladi Plus is a great follow-up to
the album “Introduction to Egyptian Dance Rhythms”. Info about each of
the pieces in four languages.