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    تاريخ التسجيل
    May 2009
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    USA
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    إفتراضي Abbas Al Beleedy / Dor Kadni El Hawa Hafla - بَّاس البليدي - كادني الهوى

    Abbas Al Beleedy
    Dawr: Kadni-l-Hawa
    Hafla
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    تاريخ التسجيل
    Sep 2005
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    Vienna, Austria
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    إفتراضي

    The most interesting thing about this recording beyond its intrinsical artistic quality is that is one of very few recordings of dawr in a live setting. Before this one, we knew el-habib li-l-hagri mayil by the same singer and a couple of other ones (dhayya'ti mustaqbal hayati by Zakariya, bustan gamalak by Fayyumi....). Practically all these recordings were made in the context of ad-hoc celebrations that took place in the Institute of Arab music in presence of a relatively reduced and probably selected audience. Yet, they remain interesting examples of what could have been done, had the practice been more systematic, and a proof that performing the classical repertoire in a public setting other than the private sessions and studio recordings was (is) after all feasible and is all but an anachronism.
    Apart from the fact that the prevailing ideological notions that considered the classical repertoire as outdated and retrograde, I think that one of the main reasons that explain this scarcity is the disappearance of the kind of performers capable of interpreting a dawr, a qasidah or a mawwal in a spontaneous way other than the carefully prepared and well rehearsed of the studio recording. Bilidi was one of the very few who still had such capacity (as well as Fayyumi, but secular singing wa not his main activity, and maybe Laure Daccache). Of course there remains the Salih 'abdi-l-hay enigma and
    'um kalthum's opportunistic choice to turn away from the classical repertoire behind her.
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