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Omar Khorshid - Tribute To Oum Koulsoum

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Release Date:08/09/2019;Notes:Omar Khorshid (9-Oct-1945 - 29-May-1981) is an Egyptian musician, composer, accompanist, and actor._x000D_ _x000D_ Born...Click To Read More About This Product

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Release Date:08/09/2019;Notes:Omar Khorshid (9-Oct-1945 - 29-May-1981) is an Egyptian musician, composer, accompanist, and actor._x000D_ _x000D_ Born in Cairo, Omar Khorshid was a well-known guitarist who accompanied many Arabic singers, including Farid Al Atrach, Oum Koulsoum, Mohammed Abdel Wahab, and Abdel Halim Hafez._x000D_ _x000D_ From 1973 to 1977, Khorshid moved to Lebanon and began recording albums under his own name, working with sound engineer Nabil Moumtaz at Polysound Studios in Beirut._x000D_ _x000D_ Khorshid's musicality in orchestra performances, original songs, and film scores was considered revolutionary at the time in the Middle East. His extensive theoretical knowledge, fusion of Western sounds with Eastern sounds, and incorporation of different, more modern instruments (e.g. The electric guitar, electric keyboard, and synthesizer) in Arabic music was previously unheard of._x000D_ _x000D_ Khorshid's unique style sparked inspiration from many aspiring musicians not only in the Middle East, but in Europe and the Americas as well. His mixing of "modern" instruments with older Arabic tunes spawned a new, more modern sound of Arabic music that many use for belly-dancing today.;Track List:1. A-1 Alf Layla;2. A-2 Hazihi Laylati;3. A-3 Fakarouni;4. B-1 W Marrat El Ayam;5. B-2 Amal Hayati;6. B-3 Men Ajel Aaynayk B-4 Anta Oumri;Special Attributes:180 GRAM VINYL, REISSUE


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