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The publisher claims no rights to the ownership of the material and is offered as an educational material about Classical and Traditional Arabic Music. Dal’ouna and Howaara are famous Lebanese dabke songs popularized through out the Levant. This instrument creates a deep and mellow sound. The word Buzuq comes from the Turkish and occurs in ‘ bashi-buzuq ,’ the name given to the Ottoman troops, literally meaning ‘burnt head’ or ‘uprooted. While other Lebanese singers have followed the trend of more fast paced Egyptian dialectic music due to the large population of Egyptian dialect speaking persons a few singers such as Feirouz and Najwa have stayed grounded with their traditional Lebanese dialect. In the olden days, before tiled roofs were installed on Lebanese homes, their flat roofs were made of tree branches that were topped with mud.

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A long-necked fretted string instrument, the Buzuq is furnished with 2 metal strings which are played with a plectrum. Information courtesy of Wikipedia Encyclopedia.

A Derbakkinay and a mijwiz were added in order to keep the men going in the cold weather it helped stimulate the blood pressure to produce more energy. In addition to the voice, traditional music incorporates instruments such kqram the Oudthe Derbakki a kind of drum also known as the Tablaand the Ney.

As time emerged, the Dabke dance came to be known one of Lebanon’s most famous traditions. The Tabla dqlouna a small hand-drum also known as the Derbakki. The sounds of this percussion instrument set the rhythm of much Arab music, particularly in the performances of classical pieces.

Dabke is a traditional line dance and it is sometimes compared to Irish step dancing, the Greek Hassapiko and the Jewish hora. When the change of seasons came, especially winter, the mud would crack and start to leak and would need to be fixed. During the fifteen-year civil war, most of the Lebanese music stars moved to Cairo or Paris, with a large music scene in Beirut only returning after Pairs of metal discs are set into the frame to produce the jingle when struck by the hand.

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fares karam dabke el dalouna

Young and old, men and women participate in this festive dance. In the olden days, before tiled roofs were installed on Lebanese homes, their flat roofs were made of tree branches that were topped with mud.

fares karam dabke el dalouna

However, this instrument may be looked upon as a larger and deeper-toned relative of the Turkish Sazto which it could be dalpuna in the same way as the viola fages the violin in Western music. It is a type of reed clarinet and it is played by breathing smoothly through a circular aperture at the end and by operating the fingers over the holes down the front of the tube in order to create specific sounds.

One of the most commonly played of the percussion instruments; the Tabla is a membrane of goat or fish skin stretched over a vase-shaped drum with a wide neck. Lebanese artists are very distinct due to the fact of their Lebanese dialect.

The Dabke is made livelier, when friends and families gather around the Lebanese mezze with Arak or wine and begin to perform this dance. Today Dabke is performed in every Lebanese household. Lebanese singers sing in either Lebanese or Egyptian dialect. The publisher claims no rights to the ownership of the material and is offered as an educational material about Classical and Traditional Arabic Music. Most Tablas are beautifully decorated, some with wood, tile or bone inlay, etched metal, or paintings in designs typical of the Near East.

fares karam dabke el dalouna

After a while, Al- Awnehbecame to be known as Daloonaha form of improvised singing and vares the dabke. This instrument creates a deep and mellow sound.

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The Dabke of Lebanon Its History In the olden days, before tiled roofs were installed on Lebanese homes, their flat roofs were made of tree branches that were topped with mud.

Lebanese daloina, through the last 5 decades, have Achieved great notoriety throughout the Middle East and North Africa. Lebanese Dialect Lebanese Singers. Another famous Lebanese singer known for her powerful voice is Najwa Karam.

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It consists of a round frame, covered on one side with goat or fish skin. The word Buzuq comes from the Turkish and occurs in ‘ bashi-buzuq ,’ the name given to the Ottoman troops, literally meaning ‘burnt head’ or ‘uprooted. Also known as the Kaeamthe Deff is the Arabic name for the popular instrument corresponding to the English tambourine.

Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, has long been known, especially in a period immediately following World War 2, for its art and intellectualism. They would hold hands, form a line and start stomping their feet while walking on the roof in order to adjust the mud.

Daboe is the national dance of Lebanon and Lebanese take pride in their skills in dabke dancing. The owner of the house would call his neighbors for help- Al- Awneh – and the neighbors would gather up on the roof. We offer the following publications as a way of promoting this art form for your viewing and enjoyment.