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    I really like Ofra Haza:





    Its very funny because the current king of Belgium used to go out be her. He was crazy about her.





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    It's one of my great internal contradiction : I am politically against Zionism (Israel = "territorial Zionism") and against Jewish subversion of the world (the leaders of post-modernity = "eternal Zionism") BUT despite that, I enjoy Israeli music, modern and even more, classic 80-90s Mizrahi music


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    This song was adapted into Turkish and one of the most formerly popular songs, even used in election campaigns. A great song which is a symbol of our friendship.


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    featuring dear Al-Andalusians



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaromir View Post
    featuring dear Al-Andalusians
    The guy is playing kamancha, an instrument which you mostly find among West-and Central Asians like Turkics or Iranics but among Armenians, Georgians and Balkan people too. I am not sure but I don’t think Arabs or Al-Andalusians know that. But this music is identical to Turkish „Arabesque“ music(mix of Turkish/Arab/Byzantine/modern(western) music), so maybe they are Sephardic musicians? Other are playing oud which is a typical Arab instrument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
    The guy is playing kamancha, an instrument which you mostly find among West-and Central Asians like Turkics or Iranics but among Armenians, Georgians and Balkan people too. I am not sure but I don’t think Arabs or Al-Andalusians know that. But this music is identical to Turkish „Arabesque“ music(mix of Turkish/Arab/Byzantine/modern(western) music), so maybe they are Sephardic musicians? Other are playing oud which is a typical Arab instrument.
    The guy who played it studied music in Azerbaijan, and is incluend by Azerbaijani music. I think the song is called Endless on youtube. Nothing arabesque about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedora View Post
    The guy who played it studied music in Azerbaijan, and is incluend by Azerbaijani music. I think the song is called Endless on youtube. Nothing arabesque about it.
    I didn’t say that the guy is playing arabesque music, i said the whole group is playing music which is resembling to that. The Azerbaijani music style Mugham is highly Persian influenced and can include Arabic elements too. Considering that they also included Turkish elements, that wouldn’t be very alien to arabesque. Don’t try to teach any one here.
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