7 edition of Andalusian songs for the wounds of Iraq found in the catalog.
Andalusian songs for the wounds of Iraq
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[translated by] Wafa" Zenal"abidin, Sanna A. Dahir ; with a foreword by Deema Shehabi.|
|Contributions||Zenal"abidin, Wafa"., Dahir, Sanna A.|
|LC Classifications||PJ7816.U73 A5313 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008044559|
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Abdulaali is currently coauthoring a book on an Iraqi woman poet, Andalusian Songs for the Wounds of Iraq: A Face-Page Translation of Bushra Al-Bustani’s Poetry (Mellen Press, forthcoming), and was recently selected as a member of the advisory board of a.
: Contemporary Poetry from Iraq by Bushra Al-Bustanti: A Facing Page Translation (): Wafaa Abdullatif Abdulaali, Sanna Dhahir: Books5/5(1). The incredible true story of former Navy SEAL Mike Day, who survived being shot twenty-seven times while deployed in Iraq. On the night of April 6,in Iraq's Anbar Province, Senior Chief Mike Day, his team of Navy SEALs, and a group of Iraqi scouts were on the hunt for a high-level al Qaeda : Douglas Michael Day.
Images of the Fall in Bushra Al-Bustani's 'Andalusian Songs for the Wounds of Iraq' Sanna Dhahir War Thoughts David Radavich From War To Peace. Mozarabic music is the music of Christians who lived in Spain under Muslim rule. less Andalusia, in the south of Spain is known for the Islamic influences of north Africa, as well as Jewish music.
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Agradecimientos al area de Cultura. Andalusian classical music was allegedly born in the Emirate of Cordoba in the 9th century. The Arab/ Kurdish or Persian musician (his origins are unknown, but historians agree that he was called blackbird, a reference to his skin color), residing in Iraq, Ziryâb (d.
), who later became court musician of Abd al-Rahman II in Cordoba, is sometimes credited with its invention. Mostly anti-war songs, this is a compilation put together by Tomas Young, an Iraq war veteran who is spokesman for IVAW, the Iraq Veterans Against the War, and this CD is in aid of that group.
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Ahmad’s library of references on muwashshahat. by Ahmad Almallah, PhD. The muwashshah as a branch of Arabic poetry is without a doubt a form exclusively associated with the time of Al-Andalus or Islamic Spain. However, there is no agreement among scholars on the origin of this kind of poetry.
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Al-Andalus Ensemble is an award-winning husband and wife musical duo that performs contemporary Andalusian ensemble features Tarik Banzi playing oud, ney and darbuka, and Julia Banzi on flamenco guitar. Tarik Banzi was born in Morocco, and Julia, one of the few well-known female flamenco guitarists, is a native of Denver.
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Chivers and a number of former military leaders. Andalusī nūbah (نوبة أندلسيّة), also transliterated nūba, nūbā, or nouba (pl. nūbāt), or in its classical Arabic form, nawba, nawbah, or nōbah, is a musical genre found in the North African Maghrib states of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya but, as the name indicates, it has its origins in Arabo-Andalusian.
A song is a musical composition intended to be vocally performed by the human voice. This is often done at distinct and fixed pitches using patterns of sound and silence.
Songs contain various forms, such as those including the repetition and variation of sections. Written words created specifically for music or for which music is specifically created, are called lyrics.
If a pre-existing poem is set to composed music. Contemporary poetry from Iraq by Bushra Al-Bustani: a facing page translation. [Bushrá Bustānī; Wafaa Abdullatif Abdulaali; Sanna Dhahir] -- "A scholarly translation of a poem expressing the intensity and immediacy of grief.
At a time when the portrayal of Iraq, its people, and the Arabic language is monolithic, al-Bustani's Andalusian. A scholarly translation of a poem expressing the intensity and immediacy of grief. At a time when the portrayal of Iraq, its people, and the Arabic language is monolithic, al-Bustani’s Andalusian work illuminates the complexity, diversity, and humanity of Iraq as well as : “I could not put this book down.
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