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Tuesday, 10 February 2009

BAHRAIN.. Fidjeri: Songs of the Pearl Divers الـبـحريـن.. الـفـجـيـري: أغـاني غــواصي اللـؤلـؤ BAHRAÏN.. Fidjeri: Chants des Pêcheurs de Perles


Album :
BAHRAIN.. Fidjeri: Songs of the Pearl Divers.
الـبــحـريــن.. الـفـجـيــري: أغــاني غــواصــي اللـــؤلــــؤ
BAHRAÏN.. Fidjeri: Chants des Pêcheurs de Perles.


Artists :
Salem Allan, Ahmad Abu Tina, Hilal Abu Khaled, Ali Saleh and the men'choir from the Dar Jnah in Muharraq / Choeur d'homme de la dar Jnah de Muharraq.
سـالـم عـلان, احـمـد ابـو تـيـنـة, هـلال ابـو خـالـد, عـلـي صـالـح وعـازفـي دار جــنـاح بـالـمحــرق

Index :
Booklet الـكــتــيــّـب Livret
Fidjeri (Arabic: الفجيري; sometimes spelled fijri or fidjeri) is the specific repertoire of vocal music sung by the pearl divers of the Arab states of the Persian Gulf (especially Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar). A lead singer is backed up by a chorus of accompanying singers and clapping. The accompanying instruments to a fidjeri ensemble are a small double-sided hand-drum, known as the mirwās (Arabic: المرواس‎) and the jāhlah (Arabic: الجاهلة‎), a clay pot played with both hands.
There are eight genres of fijiri: Sanginni (sung on the beach, not on the boat), Bahri, Adsani, Mkholfi, Haddadi, Hasawi, Zumayya, and Dan, the last two actually being sub-genres of Hasawi and Mkholfi respectively. Bahri and Adsani are the two main genres. Pearl diver singers are referred to in Arabic as nahham (Arabic: نهام‎).
Salem Allan and Ahmad Butabbaniya are two of the most well-known fijiri singers from Bahrain.
http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=bahri1&view=videos

Language : Arabic العربية

Country : Bahrain البحرين

Melodies :
[.01.] Bahri
[.02.] Khrab, Sidi, Meydaf, Jeeb
[.03.] Adsani
[.04.] Duwari, Ashari, Khatfat-Shra
[.05.] Makhmus
[.06.] Hesawi
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