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Fog Elna Khel



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Voicing:      SATB
Format:      Sheet Music
Accompaniment:      A Cappella
Music Category:       World
Country:      Arab
Item Code:      S-320

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Salim Bali heard the song Fo g Elna Khel for the first time in a Syrian Arab Television broadcast in 1966, when the great Iraqi singer Naa al-Ghazali was hosted in a special TV program in Damascus. Initially, and as is the case with most Syrians, the homonymous nature of its title phrase led Bali to think that the words were "Fog el-Na khel" ("High above the palm trees"), despite the fact that the remainder of the lyrics did not have much to do with palm trees. This belief persisted until 2006 when a musician friend informed him of the little known fact that it really is spelled Fo g Elno Khel ("There above, I have an intimate friend"), which, in the Iraqi accent, is pronounced the same.

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Salamu Aleikum : Choral Music of the Muslim World : SATB : Sheet Music : MMW

Salamu Aleikum : Choral Music of the Muslim World

Muslim choral music? There are numerous examples of group singing in the Muslim world, almost all of which is non-notated. Many of these group singing genres date back several centuries, such as the genre of Arab music called the muwashshahat, a song tradition that started in Muslim Spain and has continued vigorously until modern times. While there are numerous examples of Muslim group singing, notated part-singing is a product of colonization, Westernization, Christianization, and now globalization. It is becoming increasingly popular for composers in the Muslim world to arrange and compose music for the Western-style choir, and this collection serves to introduce participants to the breadth of Muslim culture, some Muslim songs, and the great diaspora of music of the Muslim world through a selection of pieces from different social, and cultural contexts.

Songlist: Ai'Yu, Fog Elna Khel, Adinu, Yal Asmar Ellon, Entarisi Ala Benziyor, Lammaa Badaa Yatathannaa, El-Helwa Di

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Voicing: SATB | 4378b | Sheet Music | $13.50 | A Cappella