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  1. #1
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    May 2009
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    إفتراضي Aḥmad Idrīs : various recordings

    Ahmed Idris: qasid Ukadhdhibu Nafsi. maqam huzam.
    (recording company unidentified)


    side by side, Manyalawi takes the cake here, but a very interesting performance.
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    آخر تعديل بواسطة fredlag@noos.fr ، 24-02-2020 الساعة 07:58

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    إفتراضي

    It is indeed, but what is this record ? Aḥmad Idrīs recorded for 3 companies : Baidaphon before WW1, Gramophone in the 1920s, and Pathé in the 1920s. Catalogues are not complete concerning this singer.
    I would really want to know what is this record : unlisted Baidaphon? unlisted Gramophone ? Pathé?
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    إفتراضي

    I wish I knew. also the first few seconds of the recording are cut off, so if the label was announced its now lost..
    I do see three tracks on your captured photo missing from the index, I attached them here. again.

    Qaṣīda bayyātī / Ya Rāḥat al-qalb, Gramophone 7-212182-83, matrix nb 6117-6118ak, October 1919 series recorded in Cairo by British sound engineer George Dillnutt
    Layālī bayyātī + mawwāl /Be-ward-e khaddak, Gramophone 18-212276-77, matrix nb BD1519-20, presumably recorded Alexandria 1924 by Robert E. Beckett.
    Qaṣīda sīkāh huzām / Khudh li-qalbī (the track gets cut off in the middle. I don't know how much of it is missing), Gramophone 7-212205, matrix nb BD1497-98, presumably recorded Alexandria 1924 by Robert E. Beckett.
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    آخر تعديل بواسطة fredlag@noos.fr ، 24-02-2020 الساعة 08:13

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    Sep 2005
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    إفتراضي

    I've just listened to the mawwal and, once more, 'ahmad 'idris performance is specifically beautiful. "Once more" because I remember how much I liked his performance in bushrak ya qalbi 'ahbabak 'alik sa'alu. And "specifically" because he has his own way in developing the melody. His layali in particular (they are quite extensive here) are unique. His voice is both powerful and beautiful and his melismas are uncommon. This uniqueness makes me think of another tremendous unique performer that is 'ali Al-harith. However, part of it might be attributable to the shami school of art singing, especially if we think of Muhyi-d-din Ba'yun and Muhammad Al-'ashiq. ​
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