Navid Goldrick (Oud for Guitarists): 50 Middel Eastern Songs You Have To Hear! (2014)

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Navid Goldrick (Oud for Guitarists): 50 Middel Eastern Songs You Have To Hear! (2014)

Post by panam » Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:43 pm

It's really weird to find lists from Middle East, so I share this one I've just recently found:

http://www.oudforguitarists.com/best-50 ... e-to-hear/

Made by Navid Goldrick, a Persian-Canadian professional Middle Eastern Oud player. He recorded some albums related to that music, so it could be considered a professional acclaimed music list.


50 MIDDLE EASTERN SONGS YOU HAVE TO HEAR!



ARABIC:

Sama’i Bayati Ibrahim al Ayran

Zeina – Mohammad Abdel Wahab

Kadelan Qaduka al Mayaz- Iraqi traditional

Lailet Hob – Oum Kulthum

Ba’eed Annak – Oum Kulthum

Enta Omree – Oum Kulthum

Yamin Yra3eny Nabila – Mohammad Abdo

Sidi mansour/baba bahri – Traditional

Ghaloo Taraa – Abadi Al Johar

Flying Bird – Munir bashir

Shallalat – Jameel Bashir

Caprice – Jameel Bashir

Andalus – Jameel Bashir

Olive Harvest- Simon Shaheen

Blue Flame – Simon Shaheen

Longa Farafaza – Riad As-Sumbaty

Ya Masr Hanet We Banet – Mustafa Said

Helween Men Yomna – Sayed Mekawi

Nora Ya Nora – Farid Al Atrash

Ana Wenta Wel Hob – Farid Al Atrash

Rakhse al Jamal – Farid Al Atrash

Biktub Ismak – Fairuz

Barda – Fairuz

Ommi – Marcel Khalife

Lamma Bada Yatathanna – Traditional

Sama’i Nahawand – Jihad Ali Racy

Tahmilah Suznak

Souleimane – Said Chraibi

Sama’i Awjara Ghouzoud – Said Chraibi

Wihyaat ‘Inayya – Sabah Fakhri

‘Al Rosana – Sabah Fakhri

TURKISH:

Suzinak Sirto – Goksel Baktagir

Bosphorus Scenes Under the Moonlight (Sama’i Nahawand) – Cinucen Tanrikorur

Siroon Aghcheek – Udi Hrant Kenkulian

Deep Emotion (Hislenis) – Yurdal Tokcan

Gurcu Kizi – Yurdal Tokcan

Dunyada Tukenmez Murat Var Imis – Erdal Erzincan

Sama’i Rast – Tatyos Effendi

Sama’i Kurd – Tatyos Effendi

Sama’i Suznak – Tatyos Effendi

Longa Kijaz Kar Kurd – Spookh Effendi



PERSIAN:

Morghe Sahar – Traditional

Bot-e Chin – Mohammad Reza Shajarian

Bidad – Parviz Meshkatian

Riders in the Field of Hope (Neynava Album) – Hossein Alizadeh

Chaharmezrab (Shurangiz Album) – Hossein Alizadeh

Tasnif Yad Baad – Shajarian/Meshkatian



OTHER:

Stankina Osogovka – Ross Daly

I Remember – Hamza Al Din

Desse Barama – Hamza Al Din
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Re: Oud for Guitarists: 50 Middel Eastern Songs You Have To Hear! (2014)

Post by StevieFan13 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:51 pm

Great find, although you'd think a list of songs from the Middle East would have at least a handful of Israeli songs.
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StevieFan13 wrote:Great find, although you'd think a list of songs from the Middle East would have at least a handful of Israeli songs.
It would be cool.

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Post by StevieFan13 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 5:10 pm

panam wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:Great find, although you'd think a list of songs from the Middle East would have at least a handful of Israeli songs.
It would be cool.
Granted, I've found two different lists of Israeli songs and might find more, so that could help pick up the slack.
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Re: Oud for Guitarists: 50 Middel Eastern Songs You Have To Hear! (2014)

Post by panam » Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:09 pm

StevieFan13 wrote:
panam wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:Great find, although you'd think a list of songs from the Middle East would have at least a handful of Israeli songs.
It would be cool.
Granted, I've found two different lists of Israeli songs and might find more, so that could help pick up the slack.
More sources, much better :music-listening:

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