Luxor to Isna
Download links and information about Luxor to Isna by Musicians Of The Nile. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Rock, World Music genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 53:50 minutes.
|Artist:||Musicians Of The Nile|
|Genre:||Rock, World Music|
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|1.||Al Bahr Al Gharam Wasah (Love Is As Vast As A River)||9:59|
|2.||Zahrafat Al Sa'id (Rejoicing In Upper Egypt)||7:04|
|3.||Ya Tir 'Ala Shadjarah (Oh Bird Upon The Tree)||9:14|
|5.||Al Nahla Al 'Ali (The Tall Palm Tree)||3:25|
|6.||Kol Elle Qalboh Ankawa (Everyone Has Had A Broken Heart)||11:53|
|7.||Yunes Wa 'Azizah (Yunes And Azizah)||10:06|
|8.||Al-Aqsur-Isna (From Luxor To Isna)||1:27|
The Musicians of the Nile are a professional troupe of gypsy musicians hailing from Upper Egypt. Their dazzling mix of traditional songs is perfectly showcased on this early Real World release, which was taped in both France and England during the late '80s. With the dusky strains from the rababah (traditional fiddle), the mizmar (an oboe-like instrument), and the tablah (a hand drum similar to the darbouka) filling the air, the group delivers an array of trance-inducing long-players, including ensemble pieces as well as solo spotlights like the tablah feature "Zahrafat Al Sa'id" (Rejoicing in Upper Egypt) and the arghul (double-reed clarinet) vehicle "Kol Elle Qalboh Ankawa" (Everyone Has Had a Broken Heart). An essential disc for world music connoisseurs.