Music of Egypt
Music has been an integral part of Egyptian culture since antiquity. The Bible documents the instruments played by the ancient Hebrews, all of which are correlated in Egyptian archaeology. Egyptian mu...
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Music of Egypt
traditional Egyptian music. I do not own this song.
Cairo Celebration Choir
Agani Bel Arabi Concert at The Opera House Conducted by Nayer Nagui.
Takht (music)
For uses of Takht in contexts other than music, see Takht.Takht (alternatively spelled Takhat) (Persian: تخت‎) is the representative musical ensemble, the orchestra, of Middle Eastern music. In ...
Tanoura (dance)
Tanoura or el-Tanoura (Arabic: التنورة‎) is an Egyptian folk dance usually performed in Egyptian Sufi festivals.
The Tanoura dance is performed by Sufi men, Darawish. The dance is simila...
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Coptic music
Coptic music is the music sung and played in the Coptic Orthodox Church (Church of Egypt). It consists mainly of chanted hymns in rhythm with instruments such as cymbals (hand and large size) and the ...
Alam El Phan
Alam el Phan (Arabic: عالم الفن‎) (meaning The Art World in Arabic) is an Egyptian media group based in Cairo that supervises, manages, and produces Arabic music records and motion pictures....
Simsimiyya
The simsimiyya (Arabic: سمسمية‎) is a traditional plucked lyre used in Egypt, Jordan and Yemen.It is mostly used by Bedouins as a social instrument. In Egypt it is traditionally used to acco...
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Salah Ragab
Salah Ragab (Arabic: صلاح رجب) was an Egyptian drummer and musician credited with founding Egyptian jazz.
A Major in the Egyptian Army through the 1960s, he first attempted to form a jazz band in ...
Mohammed al-Qasabji
Mohamed el-Qasabgi ( Arabic: محمد القصبجي‎ ; pronounced [in the Egyptian dialect] el-Asabgi) (1892 - March, 1966) was an Egyptian musician and composer, and is regarded as one of the f...
Shaabi (Egyptian musical style)
Shaabi (Arabic: شعبى‎ Shaʻbī  [ˈʃæʕbi]) is an Egyptian musical genre. It is a form of popular working-class music which evolved from baladi in the second half of the 20th century. Shaab...
Habibi Dah (Nari Narain)
"Habibi Dah (Nari Narain)" (in Arabic (حبيبي ده (ناري نارين ) (translation: that's my love: my fire is two fires) is a popular Arabic song by Egyptian singer Hisham Abbas, with parts of the song sung...
Cairo Opera House
The Cairo Opera House (Arabic: دار الأوبرا المصرية‎, Dār el-Opera el-Masreyya; literally "Egyptian Opera House"), part of Cairo's National Cultural Center, is the main performing arts venue ...
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Karim Nagi
Karim Nagi is an Egyptian musician, composer, folklorist, music arranger and DJ. He specializes in traditional Arabic music but is widely known for his innovative approach. In total he has released el...
Adel Kamel
Dr. Adel Kamel (1942–2003) عادل كامل was a Music critic, musicologist and composer.He was one of the writers in Watani newspaper, the founder of “Panorama” section, a lecturer in Universities i...
Ali El Haggar
Ali El Haggar (Arabic,علي الحجار, born 4 April 1954) is an Egyptian singer and actor.
El-Haggar works with famous composers and lyricists as well as with other singers in duets whenever possible. ...
Tasso Janopoulo
Tasso Janopoulo (16 October 1897 in Alexandria – 1970 in Paris) was an Egyptian pianist of Greek descent, and a naturalised French citizen. He collaborated with musicians such as Henryk Szeryng, Jacqu...
Massar Egbari
Massar Egbari is a band from Alexandria, Egypt.The band, which formed in 2005, presents a kind of alternative Egyptian music, mixing rock, jazz and blues with Oriental music. "Massar Egbari" means "Co...
Aziz El-Shawan
Aziz El-Shawan (b. Cairo, May 6, 1916; d. Cairo, May 14, 1993; first name also spelled 'Aziz and last name also spelled Al-Shawan or Al-Shawān) (Arabic: عزيز الشوان‎) was an Egyptian compose...