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For A New World

by Salah Kanakri

Middle Eastern music in symphonic forms. Using Eastern modes with harmony, counterpoint and orchestration.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. For A New World
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2. Egyptian Rhapsody No. 1
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3. Egyptian Rhapsody No. 2
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4. Ode To Hope
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5. March of Tomorrow
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6. Persistence Waltz
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7. Emilita
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8. Suite For Lute And Strings
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9. Waltz of Youth
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10. Egyptian Bolero
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11. Egyptian Festival
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12. The Merry Pony
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13. Andalusiyya
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14. Echoes of the Past
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Album Notes
New paths for treating Middle Eastern melodies. Orchestration is employed to enhance the special character of melodies, with with careful interpretation of the Eastern rythmic structures, simple or compound.
Influenced by both Eastern and Western masters alike, Salah Kanakri's most favorite composers are S. Darwish and A. Wahhab from the East, Beethoven and Khatchaturian from the West.
A winner of the "Egyptian State Stipendium for Music Composition" two times for the main subject "The Influence of Folklore on Art, Particularly on Music", a serious collector of folk songs, a teacher of Arabic folk and art song and an ardent student of E. Prout's "Harmony, its Theory and Practice" and Rimsky-Korsakof's "Principles of Orchestration". Keeping the great works of the Russian and Spanish composers in mind. Kanakri believes in the existence of a healthy link between East and West through music.

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