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Monday, 24 December 2007

Tunesia -Takht OR World Network, Vol.45:Tunisia -Takht -:- تونس : سونيا مبارك - تخـت


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Album :
Tunesia - Takht
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World Network, Vol.45:Tunisia - Takht
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Artist : Sonia M'Barek
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Melodies :
1. Mihtara Bein Ithnein
2. Ya Douroub El-Hayet
3. Wasla Maqam Asbain "Asidil Qualba Bi Waslek"
4. Samai Chad Orbane (Instrumental)
5. Wasla Maqam Sika6. Wasla Maqam Kurdi 'Sabani Jamalek"
7. Wasla Maqam Hassine
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Takht ("bed", "seat", or "podium") (Persian: تخت) is the representative musical ensemble, the orchestra, of Arab music. In Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan, the ensemble consists of the 'ud, the qanun, the Arabian kamanjah (or now two), the nay, the riqq, and the darabukkah.
The melody instruments play heterophonically in octaves or perform solos. Instrumental forms include bashraf, sama'i, tahmilah, and dulab. The ensemble may be joined by a male or female vocalist and a group of four to six singers who provide the refrain sections. Vocal genres performed include dawr, muwashshah, layali, ma'luf, qasidah, and mawwal.
Sonia M'Barek began singing Maluf - traditional Tunisian court music - as a child. Maluf affinity with like styles in Algeria, Libya and Morocco voices the music's historical origins in southern Andalusia, before the Reconquest drove Arabs from Spain in 1492. She trained in the Tunis conservatory, and has performed widely in Tunisia and the neighboring Maghreb. While rooted in the traditional maluf repertoire, M'Barek steps beyond it by delving into the sharqi music of Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey, and is a great performer of Muwashaht.
Diplomas
Diploma of Arabian Music (1986)
Master in Right (1995)
Diploma of third cycle in political sciences (1999).
Thesis of doctorate in political sciences (in progress)
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