Music In the World Of Islam vol.1: The Human Voice

Human VOiceRecitation Of Verses Of The Qu’ran (Al-Ateuf, near Ghardala, Algeria)
Dhikr (A Sufi Ceremony: Fayoum Oasis, Egypt)
Houri (Secular Vocal Musci: Sandandaj, Kurdistan, Iran)
Bedouin Wedding Songs (South of Wadi Musa, Jordan)
Ghazal, Or Love Song (Tarif, Abu Dahbi)
Gurdum Gurdum (Love Song: Daulatabad, North Of Balkh Afghanistan)
Song At The Feast After Ramadan (Near Nagfa, Eritrea, Ethiopia)
Haddadi (Muharraq, Bahrain)
Kavali (A Devotional Song: Hyderabad, Deccan, India)
Abu Zeluf (Beirut, Lebanon)
Leader / Chorus Song (Jijiga, Harar Province, Ethiopia)
Radha / Ga’s (Bedouin Song, Sharjah, UAE; Ga’s – Fayoum, Egypt)
Love Song (Aqcha, Afghanistan)
Tahlil (Baghdad, Iraq)

 

Field recordings from across the nations of Islam by Jean Jenkins and Poul Rovsing Olsen

Link jacked from http://exileonmoanstreet.blogspot.com/ (thanks Mona)

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