Raqs al Sayf

Improv is the main link throughout the new album of Abdel Hazim. Tribal Bellydance is about improvisation. Mostly authentic oriental and arabic instruments were used such as duduk, kaval, nay, oud, bendir, doumbek, rebaba, gasba, tabla, dombra and yu-qin.

Raqs al saif is arabic for Sword dance. "Qamar al Kahira" or Moon of Cairo, a Shifte Telli fit for a veil dance or sword dance, Devre Hindi is a 7/8 piece, Naylate is a rough North African Ouled Naïl beat.

Sind on the raqs is composed on a Indian beat played by Krishna, Tribal Bollywood?

Abdel Hazim composed tracks for oriental and fusion dancers who are into Experimental, Ambient and New Age Bellydance and belly breaks.

Some tracks are more Rachel Brice style, some tracks Fat Chance Belly Dance or Tribal fusion, some say lounge. The Zjora piece - with Zahdee from Algeria-Morrocco on oud - is on a mangouchi beat, a kind of Tribal Ouled Nail rhythm, spiced up with oud and reggae bass.

Avec l'aide de: Zahdee du Maroc (oud), Abed Halabi (daraboukka), Krishna (tablas) Roh Al Marah (oboe) et autres. La musique tribale impro. Des morceaux de fusion et Urban bellydance.

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Ce Produit a été ajouté à notre catalogue le jeudi 12 juillet 2007.

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