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Halim El-Dabh: Total Satisfaction

by Various Artists

Live acoustic and electro exploration of sound
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Tryptich Part 1
Yuval Avital
2:37 $0.99
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2. Tryptich Part 2
Yuval Avital
2:49 $0.99
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3. Tryptich Part 3
Yuval Avital
4:13 $0.99
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4. Signals and Connections
Halim El-Dabh
1:54 $0.99
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5. Aapep
Bryan Thomas
9:11 $0.99
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6. Conversations With Theremin
Halim El-Dabh
4:14 $0.99
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7. Shades & Shadow
Colgate University Choir
5:46 $0.99
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8. Ademaelard
Halim El-Dabh
9:05 $0.99
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9. Intimacy
Liana Tyson & Blake Tyson
5:36 $0.99
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10. Meditations On the Nile Part 1
Halim El-Dabh
12:34 $0.99
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11. Meditations On the Nile Part 2
Halim El-Dabh
3:44 $0.99
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12. Tabla Tahmeel
G. Juttner, D Semnier, O. Trahndorff, K. Kutting
1:54 $0.99
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13. Juxtaposition no.1
G. Juttner, D Semnier, O. Trahndorff, K. Kutting
3:42 $0.99
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14. Belly Dance Classic
Perry, Hall, Naragon, Larmee, Perttu, Thomas, Dabh, Coven, Tyson
7:20 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
TOTAL SATISFACTION
Presented here is a variety of Halim El-Dabh's compositions for solo instruments, vocal and chamber music plus his pioneering examples in electronic music. They range from ocassionally performed pieces to music heard across the world. Born in Egypt in 1921 El-Dabh has researched extensively and retains a large collection of ethnomusicological field recordings. His composition works reflect the ancient cultures he has interacted with yet bring to life new sounds and new beginnings in the contemporary classical world.
Presented here are examples of El-Dabh's use of primeval and ancient vocal sounds
in utterance, oratory, and melody combined with unique vocal percussive techniques
and electronic-acoustic treatment.
El-Dabh's compositions span 77 years and covers the gamet from the traditional to
the profound classical toward the challenges of the avant-gard and daring
cyberexploration of sound and sonic vibrations.


TOTAL SATISFACTION

1. Tryptich part 1 solo acoustical guitar (1952) 2:35 Yuval Avital

2. Tryptich part 2 solo acoustical guitar (1952)2:47 Yuval Avital

3. Tryptich part 3 solo acoustical guitar (1952)4:12 Yuval Avital

4. Signals and Connections (2005) 1:52 Halim El-Dabh Vocal
Techniques - Electronic

5. Aapep Bass Solo (2004) 9:09 Bryan Thomas - string bass

6. Conversations With Theremin (2005) 4:13 Halim El-Dabh
Electronic

7. Shades and Shadow (1966) 5:45 Colgate University Boys Choir

8. Ademaelard 9:04 (2005) vocal & electronic Halim El-Dabh

9. Intimacy (2004) 5:34
Recorded Live in Concert
Kent State University - Ludwig Recital Hall
Blake Tyson - marimba
and Liana Tyson - flute

10. Meditations on the Nile part 1 (1959) 12:32
New England Conservatory private rehearsal Halim El-Dabh - piano

11. Meditations on the Nile part 2 (1959) 3:42 New England Conservatory
private rehearsal Halim El-Dabh - piano

12. Tabla-Tahmeel (1961) 1:52
Hochshule fir Musik Wurzburg- May 21, 1995
Kammermusik Aus Africa I
Gabriele Juttner, Durk Semnier, Oliver Trahndorff, Klaus Kutting

13. Juxtaposition no.1
Hochshule fir Musik Wurzburg- May 21, 1995
Kammermusik Aus Africa I
Gabriele Juttner, Durk Semnier, Oliver Trahndorff, Klaus Kutting

14. Belly Dance Classic (2004) Recorded Live in Concert 7:20
Halim El-Dabh & Charles Coven co composers
Kent State University - Ludwig Recital Hall
Conducted by John Ferritto
Christine Perry-flute, Kristen Hall-oboe, Jane Naragon-clarinet,
Kent Laramee-horn, Daniel Perrtu-bassoon, Bryan Thomas-double bass
Halim El-Dabh, Blake Tyson & Charles Coven - percussion
(Djembe, Derabucca, Maracas, Finger Cymbals, Tambourine),
Emilie Watt-belly dancer

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