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مشاهدة جميع الاصدارات : Ghada Shbeir and Rima Khcheich



Najib
12-11-2005, 23:03
I hope you'll enjoy it.

basemna
13-11-2005, 11:02
I hope you'll enjoy it.
أُسعدَ ألله أوقاتك يا أخ نجيب
هل سمعتها بصوت صاحبتها ألأصليه؟
أعتقد أن ألأصلي أفضل .
تحياتي

Hattouma
13-11-2005, 15:17
أعتقد أن نجيب يعرف الأصلية لإلّا سأشك في لبنانيته هاهاها :) لندع فيروز خارج المقارنة على أي حال

غادة صوتها حلو يا نجيب ...و هذه من أغاني المفضلة ....أين الحفل ؟

شادي الالحان
14-11-2005, 17:29
صوت جميل جدا يا نجيب
يا ريت لو تحكيلنا عنها او عن نشاطها الفني
تحياتي

Najib
15-11-2005, 11:39
عزيزي

طبعا لا يمكن أن نقارن مع فيروز ولكن هذه الأغاني أصبحت كلاسيكيه ويجب أن نشجع إعادتها

غادة هي أستاذة الغناء الكنسي في الكونسرفاتوار اللبناني

الحفله هي بمشاركة اساتذة الكونسرفاتوار وقذ أقيمت في لندن في آخر شباط الماضي

شادي الالحان
15-11-2005, 12:05
عزيزي

طبعا لا يمكن أن نقارن مع فيروز ولكن هذه الأغاني أصبحت كلاسيكيه ويجب أن نشجع إعادتها

غادة هي أستاذة الغناء الكنسي في الكونسرفاتوار اللبناني

الحفله هي بمشاركة اساتذة الكونسرفاتوار وقذ أقيمت في لندن في آخر شباط الماضي
اخي نجيب
بالفن لا تجوز المقارنه , كل واحد له ميزاته الخاصه
اما بالنسبه لغاده فصوتها يعجبني جدا ويا ريت لو نسمع كمان
تحياتي

basemna
17-11-2005, 16:53
تحياتي للجميع
بلا شك صوت الفنانه غاده جميل جدا" , وإدائها أكثر من رائع .
وهذه من ألأغاني ألمفضله عندي .
ويا ريت يا أخ نجيب تُسمعنا ألمزيد من صوت هذه الفنانه وباقي الفنانين من الكونسرفاتوار اللبناني , هذا ألفن ألأصيل الذي لايصل إلينا إلا نادرا" .و تشوقي إليه هو مثل تشوقي وتلهفي لرؤية أهلي ألموجودين في بيروت .
وأشكرك أخي نجيب , ونحن بإنتظار ألمزيد .
إحتراماتي .

Najib
19-11-2005, 11:47
Checkout:
http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?p=1526#post1526

basemna
19-11-2005, 15:20
Checkout:
http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?p=1526#post1526
رائعه جدا"
وأذكر أني سمعتها سابقا" بصوت ألفنانه سلوى القطريب .
من كل قلبي أشكرك أخ نجيب.

Najib
19-11-2005, 19:52
Teslam ya Basemna :-)

Najib
13-03-2006, 16:42
Both giving example on the duality of syriac chant and Arabic chant.

Hakem
25-03-2006, 16:49
Very beautiful.
What is the source of these clips, are there you recordings? Can you tell us which event?

Best
H.

Najib
25-03-2006, 17:21
They are Areti's recording at the medimuses conference of February 2005

Hakem
25-03-2006, 17:36
Merci! the connections are unbelievable! And also, their voices are much better than the recordings on En Chordais!

شادي الالحان
25-03-2006, 17:43
جميل جدا يا نجيب
اصوات رائعه رائعه ويا ريت لو في بعد من هالتسجيلات عندك ترفعها
وهذا يظهر مدى تأثر الرحابنه بشكل خاص والالحان العربيه بشكل عام بالالحان السريانيه
تسلم ايديك

theoudman
12-09-2006, 12:49
Here is a track from a new cd by the very talented Ghada Shbeir 'Al Muwashahat'.
Charbel Rouhana-oud,Ali El Khatib-rik,Samir Siblini-Nay, Tony Khalifeh-violin and Abboud Saadi-bass

أبو علاء
12-09-2006, 12:57
Nice rendition of this beautiful and light muwashshah. Thanks, oudman.

Najib
12-09-2006, 13:07
And the Saba really reveals Ghada's Syriac background!

Thanks a lot.

Hakem
12-09-2006, 18:26
Magnificent, thanks
Is this the awaited CD of hers? Where can we get it? We must support such a project. They have been doing uncompromising work.

Najib
12-09-2006, 20:14
I've just ordered my copy from

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أبو علاء
12-09-2006, 20:41
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NOTESThe Anthropology of Arabic music has not yet uncovered all the secrets behind the origins and development of the “Muwashah” in the 10th century in Andalusia. But with the little we know, we’re very lucky that these “Muwashahs” were passed on to us.

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This recording is the fruit of a convergence between “Forward music”, great musicians and a fascinating singer, whose goal was to go back into the past, and bring this music to life in its integrity. A series of extraordinary musical sessions occurred during the recording of this CD. We were immersed in a state of exaltation re-living that golden era in Arab history, when humanism, music and the arts prevailed.

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Participants:


Ghada Shbeir Vocals Transcription-Research

Charbel Rouhana Oud (Arabic Luth)Transcription–Band Leader

Ali El Khatib Rik (Arabic Percussions)

Samir Siblini Nay (Arabic Pan Flute)

Tony Khalifeh Violin

Abboud Saadi Acoustic Bass



Ghazi AbdelBaki Executive Producer-Recording-Mixing- Mastering

Forward Music Producers

Recorded Mixed & Mastered at Forward Productions Studios- Beirut-Lebanon



Ghada Shbeir – Biography:

Ghada Shbeir is born in Lebanon. She studied Musical Sciences at the University of USEK and has a Masters Degree in Musicology and Middle Eastern Singing. Today she teaches singing and Middle Eastern Theory at USEK and at the National Conservatory of Music. She is considered one of the leading specialists in Arabo-Andalusian singing, Assyrian, Maronite and Antique Religious chants.

In 1997, Ghada Shbeir was awarded the first prize of the best Arabic Singer competition in Egypt. She represents Lebanon frequently in music conventions and festivals around the world. (Poland, Canada, Jordan, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Belgium, Spain, London, Paris…)

Ghada Shbeir has published two books. The first is a study of the Arabo-Andalusian singing tradition “ The Muwashah after the Cairo caucus of 1932” and the second is a research on the music of Sayyed Darwish “ The Muwashahat and Adwars of Sayyed Darwish”

Najib
13-09-2006, 14:31
Regarding the notes posted:

I don't think there is any proven link between the Muashshah as poetic form in Andalus and Muashshah as a sung form in Egypt (which has evolved through Syrian emigrants).

Moreover there is a link between the musical heritage of the jews who got kicked out of spain and settled in Istanbul and that heritage.

Would be nice for people to add some info here, because our knowledge in the subject is quite limited.

Hattouma
10-10-2006, 11:30
I agree with you ya Najib listening to how Muashahat are sung in El-Maghreb as opposed to el-Mashriq El-Arabi for example , one can find a clear difference ...but it opens a door to a lot of questions .,how did the Arabo-Andulisian music change or delevep in el-Maghreb after coming out of Spain for example?

Najib can you explain a bit what do you mean by the Saba revealing Ghada's Syriac background ?

Does any one have her book on S Darwish's Muwashahat mentioned above ? it is an intersting subject that was laregly ignored in Egypt where it seems Darwish is only remembered for his Taqtuqa's and Theatre.

Najib
10-10-2006, 11:51
In the Syriac church singing the Saba has got a lion share. So this Saba singing gene if you want is present in Ghada's voice. Another example is Feiruz who was also brought up in the Syriac church.

Surprisingly they have different microtones for Saba and other makams. The difference is really small, but it is explainable. I listened to Ghada explaining them last time and it was fascinating.

Hattouma
11-10-2006, 08:27
now i want to listen to Syriac church Saba ..please find a solution... :) (shoft fataht 'ala nafsak )

Najib
11-10-2006, 11:03
Start here:

http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=783

Apparently it exists on an inedit CD, and I am still waiting from Hakem to unearth it because he is their neighbour in Paris!

ovide
15-02-2007, 14:53
thanks a lot my friend
you made me discover the beauty of shbeir's voice

but my question is about those syriac microtunes that you mention

do you think like me that the sikah of ghada shbeir is the same in bayati and in saba (the first two files)
but there are not the same with rima
it seems to me that rima is prononcing the sikah note in the saba like egyptians, and in , bayati like shami's
so closer to turkish

of course i may be wrong so tell me what do you think

Najib
15-02-2007, 16:23
You're right, in fact Ghada does explain these differences and attribute them to the different yet comparable backgrounds of Syriac/Maronite vs Arabic.

I am hoping to get a complete DVD recordings of this two days conference, and inshallah when I get them you'll have your share :-)

Maria Manuel da Cunha
28-02-2009, 16:47
Can I just ask how does Ghada Shbeir redition of saba in ahwa qamaran reveals her syriac background?
thank you in advance.

Najib
02-03-2009, 18:47
Hi Maria and welcome to the forum.

It is the method by which the E ("half flat") note is sung. Each culture have their own version of this elusive half flat note and Ghada's way of singing it reflects her Syriac background. Very subtly difference but still differences!

ZahraMughanniyya
16-02-2011, 16:46
Ghada Shbeir has published two books. The first is a study of the Arabo-Andalusian singing tradition “ The Muwashah after the Cairo caucus of 1932” and the second is a research on the music of Sayyed Darwish “ The Muwashahat and Adwars of Sayyed Darwish”

Are these publications available? If so, where can we purchase them?

Many thanks in advance.

عروبتینو
05-03-2011, 01:30
يا اخي الكريم ما بجب المقارنة في هادا الصدد هو نالتلاحين الموجودة الان والتي تبعد كل البعد عن هده الرواءع الخالدة.وارجوكم المزيد من هادا الطرب حتى تساهموا في تحسين ادواق شبابنا.وشكرا.

أبو علاء
05-03-2011, 10:04
يا اخي الكريم ما بجب المقارنة في هادا الصدد هو نالتلاحين الموجودة الان والتي تبعد كل البعد عن هده الرواءع الخالدة.وارجوكم المزيد من هادا الطرب حتى تساهموا في تحسين ادواق شبابنا.وشكرا
عندما يتصدّى أحدهم أو إحداهنّ لغناء الموشّحات أو الأدوار فإنّما تكون مقارنته بالموشّحات والأدوار في صيغها الأصليّة ولا شيء غيرها، ولا شأن لنا بما يلحّن ويغنّى الآن كما قلت ؛ أمّا طلب المزيد فلا معنى له وأرجو أن لا يتكرّر لأنّنا ضجرنا من هذه العبارة وكنّا ظننّا أنّنا تخلّصنا منها إلى غير رجعة بعد أن نهينا عنها ما نهينا وحذفنا من المشاركات ما حذفنا بسببها فأرجو أن تقرأ قليلا حتّى لا نضطرّ إلى نفس الإجراء.
ملاحظة أخيرة، لا داعي لوضع البريد الإلكترونيّ بالخطّ العريض ضمن مشاركاتك ؛ من شاء مراسلتك يمنكنه طلب عنوانك من بياناتك الشّخصيّة أو إرسال رسالة خاصّة.