Khaleegi music

Tenica

New member
Khaleeji Music Please

Hello Everyone!
It´s been a very long time since I´ve been here.
I´ve been away from the scene for a while and now that I´m back, I´m looking for new and fresh music and ideas. I would like to prepare a group Khaligi choreo. I ordered several Khaleeji CD´s from the internet and have to say, I didn´t like what I heard. I really like upbeat, fun and festive. I enjoy more of the fusion stuff. Sorry, not a purist. I welcome any suggestions and ideas.
Thanks
 
Hello Ladies,

I do share Tenica's experience so far.
My favourite Khaleegy-style song so far for dancing is 'Mashkalni' by Rashed al Majed
http://youtu.be/O8xVzF5u-Eo
[video=youtube_share;O8xVzF5u-Eo]http://youtu.be/O8xVzF5u-Eo[/video]

As a long-time-Saudi-Fan (I worked there in the early century) I am looking for good Khaleegy-music as well. So far, however, it is difficult.

Best regards

Simone
 

Helene

New member
Where can I find Ad-Douha by Ezam Aref?

Hi!
Does anyone know what album Ad-Douha by Ezam Aref is on?
I have the track but I'd like the link to the album or an online clip for my students. Hope someone here can help :)
 

Daimona

Moderator
Hi!
Does anyone know what album Ad-Douha by Ezam Aref is on?
I have the track but I'd like the link to the album or an online clip for my students. Hope someone here can help :)
Hi Helene

Have you checked mazika.com? I haven't visited it recently, but they used to have a lot of music.
 

Shanazel

Super Moderator
I can't answer the question but it did to an old OD thread on Khaleejdi: [video]http://bellydanceforums.net/threads/10187-Khaleegi-music[/video]

Vey valuable!
 

shiradotnet

New member
A couple of song titles to look for:

Asherlee bil Mandeela. There's a version on one of Leila Farid's CD's. It's a bit slower than some of the others I've listed, and for that reason, I like using it in my classes to teach my students.

Ya Rashid by Rashid al-Majed. It came out around 1998.

Tini Warwar by Jamila. Here's a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y12K1IEHrio

Abaad by Mohamed Abdo. From about the 1960's, but still a beloved song. Sometimes called "Leyla Leyla" because there's a section of the lyrics that sing that over and over. Here's the lyrics translation: http://www.shira.net/music/lyrics/abaad.htm

Wah Wah Adanou Adanou. Can be hard to find on CD's or download sites, but it does show up on one of the Mezdeke CD's under some weird name. Here's the translation of the lyrics: http://www.shira.net/music/lyrics/wah-wah.htm
 
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