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In this Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013 photo, Egyptian musical instrument specialist and piano tuner Khadr Dagher, 65, unseen, speaks about the musical instrument known as an oud at his shop, on Mohammed Ali street, a street modeled after Paris’ boulevards and home to musicians, belly-dancers and instrument makers, in downtown Cairo, Egypt. The shops making, repairing and selling musical instruments that once packed the street are disappearing, along with their window displays of lute-like, stringed ouds, qanouns and tablas -- a drum made equally for the rapid-fire hand beats of belly-dance tunes or for the languid rhythms of a love ballad by Umm Kalthoum, the most famed singer of classical Arabic music.
the World Of Sha'Abi
Sha'abi music is music for the working class people
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The word Sha’abi means “folk”, “popular to the people” and “music of the people”.
What is Sha’abi?
The word Sha’abi means “folk”, “popular to the people” and “music of the people”. Sha’abi is an offshoot of...
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