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Δευτέρα, 21 Μαΐου 2007

MARIE JUBRAN: AN OUTSTANDING ARAB SINGER OF THE 1930's - والله زمان ياست ماري جبران.

A great Syrian singer who is widely heard and remembered by Tarab lovers in the Eastern Mediterranean and other parts of the Middle East. She became particulary famous in Syria and Lebanon during the second quarter of the last century and was among the top performers of Muwashahat and Adwar, two major forms of the Arabic classical song of the time, which is still viewd as the golden age of Arabic music. However, she rarely sang in public and was known to musical circles only. She had a unique voice which was probably matched only by the voice of Oum Kulthoum. These three songs belong to the Egyptian 19th century repertoire and they were recorded in her voice around the 1930's. The first three Adwar (pl. of Dawr or Dor) were composed by the Egyptian composer Muhammad Uthman (1855-1900), who was the greatest musician in nineteenth century Egypt and who developed the Dawr form of singing, which was later taken on by Sayed Darwish, Mohammad Abdel Wahab and others. The music of dawr In 'Ash Fuadak La Boddi Yithanna, was composed especially for Marie Jubran by Dawood Husni (1871-1937).
View a magnificient performance of Dor Yama Anta Wahishni in video clip by The Oum Kulthoum Ensemble

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1. Dawr Kadni el-Hawa
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2. Dawr Yama Anta Wahishni
00:19:42
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3. Dawr Asl el-Gharam Nazrah
00:18:56
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4. Dawr In 'Ash Fuadak
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