The most inspirational pieces to dance either with or without sword and to create mysterious ambient music with an Egyptian flair.
This album presents the best original music to dance the famous Dance of the Seven Veils. Although all the pieces on this disc were envisioned expressly for dancing with a veil, it is not necessary.
An exchange of ideas and insights between musician and dancer with lively demonstrations of percussion rhythms and choreography.
This album presents a compilation of Taqasim, instrumental solos, performed by superb Egyptian musicians. Delightful music for relaxation and dreaming.
The blend of Kamal’s unique singing style and his music can be considered a rarity in contemporary Arabic music composition. Undoubtedly, the perfume of the lands of Al Andalus lingers in his music.
This music is a treasure chest of pleasures for anyone interested in the meeting of cultures and the mix of traditional and contemporary approaches to making beautiful music.
A creative, entertaining way for dancers and musicians to learn the basic rhythms of Egyptian music.
Choreographies of Mahmoud Reda performed by internationally acclaimed dancers. A singular programme presented in Gran Vía Theatre, Madrid, October 31 2005.
This choreographic work was created by Nesma to pay heartfelt and moving homage to the majestic diva of Arabic music, Umm Kulthum, marking the 40th anniversary of her passing.
This album presents a compilation of music Nesma used while performing in the Cairo dance scene in the 90’s. All the themes have been specially composed or arranged for dance.
This disc of the music from the dance show From the Nile to the Guadalquivir compiles a wide range of Arabic music styles performed on traditional instruments. You will enjoy listening whether you dance or not.
“I have devoted all my love and passion o producing this music with the collaboration of Egypt’s most gifted musiciens. It is aimed at all passionate dancers around the world who make this Art rise up and cross new borders everyday”. Nesma
The music of this album an attempt to take apart an Egyptian musical image using contemporary technique: loop. This is done by relying on the violin and trying to discover new potentials of this instrument, in terms of melody, harmony and rhythm.
Ali Khattab has invented his own style, giving his group of Egyptian musicians the space to breathe and to move naturally. A perfumed alchemy emanates from this magical distillation, which is entirely hand-made.
Moddathir Aboul Wafa invites us to rediscover Egyptian music and enjoy it.
Recorded exclusively with acoustic instruments by some of the most brilliant Egyptian musicians, this disc presents a large variety of styles; classical oriental compositions, traditional music, and marvellous improvisations, included the last theme which fusions with the Latin samba rhythms.