the NAKBA ... الـنـكـبــَـة حـق يـآبــى الـنـسـيــَـان

Thursday, 20 March 2008

Morocco: Arabo-Andalusian Music - المغرب-الموسيقى العربية الاندلسية -:- Cheikh Salah الشيخ صالح

Album :
Maroc : Musique Arabo-Andalouse
المغرب - الموسيقى العربية الاندلسية
Morocco : Arabo-Andalusian Music

Artist : Cheikh Salah الشيخ صالح
Country : Morocco - المغرب
Melodies :
{1}. Raml Al Maya ♪ رمل الماية
{2}. Chams Al Achi ♪ شمس العشي
{3}. Had El Achq Aliya ♪ هاض الوحش علي
.
♪♪♪
♪♪♪
.
♪ CLASSICAL MOROCCAN MUSIC : The Orchestra Of the late Cheikh Salah was one of the most brilliant representatives of the Arabo-Andalusian musical tradition.
Driven out of Spain in 1492, Arabs, Berbers and Jews took refuge in the Maghreb.
Concert music characterized by the "NOUBA" ( a rigorous harmonic suite alternating instrumental passages with songs glorifying the love of God and of the flesh!) rapidly become popular and blended with local melodies.
In the 17th century, the sumptuous places of RABATH and OUJDA, with their marble patios,become the gardens where this music bloomed,tingled with the nostalgia of the golden age which was gone forever.
.
"THE NOUBA": The fruit of the flourishing, secular, urban civilization, the 24 rigorously structured "Noubas" Or " Nawbats", corresponded to the 24 harmonic modes of Andalusian music. Each was in tune a specific hour of the day :
The " Sika" Mode at 1 p.m.
The "Remel" at 4 p.m.
The "hsine". "Zidane" and "Ghrib" from 8 p.m to midnight.
In the other words, Music without interruption.
The performance of a "Nuba",wich means a " Suite", follows an elaborate ritual. The favor of the repertory is announced by an "Istikhbar" Or " Tehwes" (Prelude), which is usually improvised and whose duration varies according to inspiration. this is followed by the musical overture. Then, with precision and emulation. A five movement dialogue ensures between the instruments and the song :
The "Msader", which can be compared with an adagio;
The "Btayhi", the slow movement;
The "derj", crescendo;
The "Insiraf", a lively tempo;
The "Mukhlis""=, the dancing conclusion.
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...