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Ensemble Al Kindi* Parfums Ottomans Label: Le Chant Du Monde 5741414.

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Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Parfums Ottomans – Al -Kind Ensemble on AllMusic, Al Kindi Parfums Ottomans Le Chant du Monde 2012 (2007) Pianist Dave Brubeck and his quartet’s exploration of “exotic” time signatures on the 1959 album Time Out (Columbia) was, for its era, strikingly adventurous.

The disc’s opening track, “Blue Rondo A La Turk,” was in 9/8, and “Take Five” was in 5/4.

Album: Ottoman Fragrances Parfums Ottomans Arab-Turkish Court Music Musique de Cour Arabo-Turque # Artists: Ensemble Al -Kind , Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ottoman Perfumes – Al -Kind Ensemble on AllMusic – 2007.

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Al -Kind Ensemble.

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Amazon: 3 : Le Long Frmissement de l’Aube.

On this reissue from Chant du Monde, Weiss and his Al Kindi Ensemble , explore the full range of music from Syria and the Middle East.

From the music of the Crusades to the Whirling Dervishes of Damascus, there is a dialogue with the past where East and West come #, The Al – Kindi Ensemble is a music ensemble founded in 1983 by the French kanun virtuoso Julien Jall Al -Din Weiss.

The ensemble is based in Aleppo and in addition to Julien Jall Al -Din Weiss it includes Syrian (Muhammed Qadri Dalal) on the Oud, Egyptian Adel Shams al -Din on percussion and Iraqi jouza player (Mohamed Hussein Gomar al -Bawi).

Parfums Ottomans : Arabic Turkish Court Music.

This is an elegantly performed and packaged two-CD set by the Ensemble Al Kindi , a 10-member group that was formed in 1983.

Director and qanun player Julian Jlal Eddine Weiss has gathered musicians from Turkey, Syria, Egypt and other points around the former Ottoman Empire.

18/04/2013 The Parfums Ottomans project brings together the best musicians of Aleppo (Syria) and Istanbul (Turkey).

They meet up on the terrain of Arab-Turkish court music from the days of the Ottoman empire, a predominantly Turkish repertoire with Persian, Byzantine, and Indian touches.

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