La Música de Al-Andalús - Ensemble Al-Ruzafa

Posted By MiOd On Wednesday, March 26, 2008 Under ,
La Puertos de Oreinte La Musica de Al-Andalus (Almaviva) Las Puertas de Oriente (Aleppo, encrucijada musical de Oriente-Occidente) Omar Sarmini, canto.Ensemble Al-Ruzafa. Hames Bitar, dirección

Omar Sarmini is a Syrian singer. He is regarded as an icon of the Arab town vocal art and author of a vast musical spiritual repertory. Born in Aleppo in 1962, he grew up in religious circles and attended the rituals of the dhikr from a very early age, presided over by his father, the Shaykh Muhammad Sarmini. Thus the father was able to guide the son by inculcating in him the most essential elements of the sacred repertory. Omar Sarmini then continued his musical education with the city's Arab Youth Club. So, like every self-respecting singer, his education has included an obligatory passage via the sacred repertory of Islam. He is currently one of the rising stars on the musical scene in Syria.

(01). Samai Hijaz Kurdi- Saleh Al-mahdi
(02). Muaxaha Murra Altajanni- La Amarga Injusticia (Anَnimo)
(03). Muaxaha Zarani Almahboub- Me visitَ el Amado (Anَnimo)
(04). Muaxaha Afihi Zabian- Doy mi Vida Por Ti (Anَnimo)
(05). Samai Najlawand (Masoud Jamil)
(06). Muaxaha Ayuha Alsaqi- ،Ah copero! (Ibn Zuhor)
(07). Muaxaha Jadaka Algaith. Tiempo de Amores en Al-Andalus (Ibn Alkhatib)
(08). Lau Kunta Tadri- Si supieras (Mustafa Khalki)
(09). Samai Shad Araban (Jamil Bey)
(10). Mawwal (Tradicional de Aleppo)
(11). Qad Mili Ma Mal Alhawa- Pavonea con el Amor (Tradicional de Aleppo)
(12). Longa Nahawand (Jamil Bey)

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AmbroseBierce said...

Wonderful upload, MiOd! Thank you so much!

MiOd said...

Oh,I thank you back for your comment AmbroseBierc.

My best regards.

grtsplhrns said...

Congratulation for wonderful upload!I hope that there are many other cd's with Musica de Al-Andalus!

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