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Music of the Middle East

by Journey West

Compositions by Iraqi - Ghanim Hadad (1925-2012); Sallah al Kuwaiti (1908-1986); Egyptian - Mohammed Abdel Wahab (1902-1991), Egyptian - Riyadh al Sunbati (1906-1981); Music from Syria, Greater Syria and Iraq; Original Compositions by Max Buckholtz and Dara Anissi
Genre: World: Middle East Traditional
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1. Blue Water
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2. Dulab Hicaz
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3. Solaf
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4. Dulab
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5. Tejfy Wa Tesal Le'day
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6. Raqsat Setti
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7. Hicaz Raks
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8. Aziza
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9. Balad El Mahboub
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10. Stonethrower
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11. Longa Farahfaza
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12. Bint Al Balad
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13. Bint El Shalabiya
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14. Remembrance
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Album Notes
Blue Water – by Max Buckholtz
Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Bass Guitar, Nikolai Ruskin - Riq,
Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Dulab Hicaz - Short Iraqi folkloric composition (Taksim - Imad)

Solaf – short composition by Iraqi composer Ghanim Hadad (1925-2012) written for and named after his daughter

(Taksim - Imad)

Ayman Abdalla – Riq, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Bass Guitar, Nikolai Ruskin - Doumbek
Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Dulab Hicaz - Short Iraqi folkloric composition - Opening Taksim - Imad
Tejfy wa Tesal Le'day – ‘You Dry; Your Feelings Prevent Me from Reaching You’ Iraqi love song likely composed by Sallah al Kuwaiti (1908-1986)

Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin, Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Bass Guitar, Nikolai Ruskin - Riq, Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Raqsat Setti – ‘Dance of the Grandmother’ – Syrian wedding Melody traditionally performed by an all female group of musicians to honor the grandmother. Most well-known version by Syrian oudist Omar Naqshbandi (1906-1981) Opening Taksim - Dara

Ayman Abdalla – Riq, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin, Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Bass Guitar, Nikolai Ruskin - Doumbek, Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Hicaz Raks – Classical Ottoman Piece from the 18th-19th Century (Taksim - Imad, Dara, Mark)

Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Electric Bass, Nikolai Ruskin - Riq,
Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Aziza – ‘Precious’ bashraf by Mohammed Abdel Wahab (1902-1991)

Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Accordion, Nikolai Ruskin - Riq Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Balad al Mahboub – ‘Country of My Beloved’ by Egyptian composer Mohammed Abdel Wahab (1902-1991)

Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Accordion, Nikolai Ruskin - Riq
Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Stonethrower – by Dara Anissi (Taksim - Max)

Dara Anissi – Oud, Max Buckholtz – Violin, Chad Lieberman – Electric Bass,
Nikolai Ruskin – Doumbek

Longa Farahfaza – Ottoman Musical form with Eastern European elements by Egyptian oudist Riad al Sunbati (1906-1981)

Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Electric Bass, Nikolai Ruskin - Riq,
Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Bint al Balad – ‘Daughter of the Country’ by Mohammed Abdel Wahab (1902-1991)

Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Electric Bass, Nikolai Ruskin – Riq and Nai, Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Bint el Shalabiya – ‘The Girl from Seville’ folk melody from Greater Syria (Taksimi – Imad, Max and Mark)

Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violin, Mark Karlsen – Soprano Saxophone, Chad Lieberman – Electric Bass, Nikolai Ruskin – Riq and Nai, Martin Shamoonpour – Daf

Remembrance – by Max Buckholtz (Taksim - Imad 0
Ayman Abdalla – Doumbek, Dara Anissi – Oud, Imad AlTaha – Violin,
Max Buckholtz – Violins and Violas, Chad Lieberman – Electric Bass, Nikolai Ruskin – Riq,
Martin Shamoonpour – Daf



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