The music of Islām

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  • Format Sound Recordings
  • Contributors
  • Publication Tucson, Ariz. : Celestial Harmonies, [1998] ℗1998
  • Physical Details
    • 17 audio discs in 15 volumes : digital ; 4 3/4 in
  • OCLC ocm41574178
  • Credits
    • Vol. 1-14 produced by David Parsons, v. 15 produced by Margaret Kartomi

Notes

  • Islamic instrumental and vocal music recorded in Egypt, Indonesia, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Yemen, Pakistan, Qatar, and Iran.
  • Vol. 1-14 produced by David Parsons, v. 15 produced by Margaret Kartomi.
  • Compact discs.
  • Issued in 15 containers (v. 5 and v. 15 each contain 2 discs); program notes inserted in each container.
  • Sung in various languages including Arabic, Nubian, Turkish, Urdu, and Minangkabau.

Contents

  • v. 1. Al-Qāhirah, classical music of Cairo (Egypt) -- v. 2. Music of the South Sinai Bedouins (Sinai, Egypt) -- v. 3. Music of the Nubians (Aswān, Egypt) -- v. 4. Music of the Arabian Peninsula (Doha, Qatar) -- v. 5, discs 1-2. ʻAīssāoua Ṣūfī ceremony (Marrakesh, Morocco) -- v. 6. Al-Maghrib Gnāwa music (Marrakesh, Morocco) -- v. 7. Al-Andalūs Andalusian music (Tetouan, Morocco) -- v. 8. Folkloric music of Tunisia (Tūnis, Tunisia) -- v. 9. Mawlawiyah music of the Whirling Dervishes (Istanbul, Turkey) -- v. 10. Qurʾān recitation (Istanbul, Turkey) -- v. 11. Music of Yemen (Sanaʻa Yemen) -- v. 12. Music of Iran (Karaj, Iran) -- v. 13. Music of Pakistan (Lahore, Pakistan) -- v. 14. Mystic music through the ages (Istanbul, Turkey) -- v. 15, disc 1. Muslim music of Indonesia -- v. 15, disc 2. Muslim music of Indonesia: Aceh and West Sumatra
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