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  1. #11
    Hakem Guest

    إفتراضي

    Just a note those pieces, the music is far from being Syriac, the Oriental one, track 10, is simply Arabic, for the ordinary secular repertoire. I heard it twice to discover that it actually has religious lyrics!

    The second, I agree with Najib is a quasi-Baroque. To me they are experimental without being grounded in the Syriac tradition, that if they claim to be Syriac. But perhpas the producers do not have this intention. Does anyone know more about them?

  2. #12
    Anton Efendi Guest

    إفتراضي Track 10

    Track 10 sounds simply like what I like to label "neo-Maronite" church music. This is all the rave now in Maronite church music. It could be dubbed hybrid Arabic-Syriac.

    It has its moments, but it also has its downfalls.

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