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عطية شرارة = Attia Sharara = Atiyya Sharara - التأليف الموسيقي المصري المعاصر - الجيل الثاني = Contemporary Egyptian Composers - (2nd Generation) flac album

عطية شرارة = Attia Sharara = Atiyya Sharara - التأليف الموسيقي المصري المعاصر - الجيل الثاني = Contemporary Egyptian Composers - (2nd Generation) flac album

MP3 1856 mb. | FLAC 1119 mb. | WMA 1736 mb.

Performer: عطية شرارة
Title: التأليف الموسيقي المصري المعاصر - الجيل الثاني = Contemporary Egyptian Composers - (2nd Generation)
Style: Modern
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: FLAC DMF WMA ADX APE TTA MP4

طية شرارة Attia Sharara Atiyya Sharara - التأليف الموسيقي المصري المعاصر - الجيل الثاني Contemporary Egyptian Composers - (2nd Generation) ‎(CD, Comp). Prism Recordings (2). MOC-006.

طية شرارة Attia Sharara Atiyya Sharara. طية شرارة Attia Sharara Atiyya Sharara - التأليف الموسيقي المصري المعاصر - الجيل الثاني Contemporary Egyptian Composers - (2nd Generation) ‎(CD, Comp).

زيز الشوان Aziz Al-Shawan ‎– التأليف الموسيقي المصري المعاصر - الجيل الثاني Contemporary Egyptian Composers - (Second Generation). Label: Prism Recordings (2) ‎– MOC-010.

Attia Sharara (Arabic: عطية شرارة‎‎; 18 November 1922 in Cairo, Egypt – 15 June 2014; first name also spelled Atiyya, Atiya, Atteya, Ateya, Atia, or Atya) is an Egyptian composer, arranger, violinist, and conductor. He is a member of that nation's second generation of classical composers. He studied traditional Egyptian music at the Fuad I Institute for Traditional Music, where he also studied Western classical music for four years.

Attia Sharara is an Egyptian composer, arranger, violinist, and conductor. He has had a career as a virtuoso violinist performing in traditional Arabic styles, and played for a time in the orchestras that accompanied Mohamed Abdel-Wahab and Umm Kulthum.

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Attia Sharara (Arabic: عطية شرارة‎; born 18 November 1922 in Cairo, Egypt, died 15 June 2014; first name also spelled Atiyya, Atiya, Atteya, Ateya, Atia, or Atya) is an Egyptian composer, arranger, violinist, and conductor. He has had a career as a virtuoso violinist performing in traditional Arabic styles, and played for a time in the orchestras that accompanied Mohamed.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Second Arab Concerto For Violin And Orchestra
Conductor – Atiyya Sharara*Orchestra – Cairo Conservatoire OrchestraViolin – Hasan Sharara*
1 Allegro 5:14
2 Andante 7:19
3 Allegro 5:32
Concerto For Lute And Orchestra
Conductor – Hasan Sharara*Lute – Hussein SaberOrchestra – Cairo Conservatoire Orchestra
4 Allegro 4:31
5 Andante 6:18
6 Allegro 5:07
Egyptian Concerto For “Nay” And Orchestra (In The Mode Rast)
Conductor – Atiyya Sharara*Ney [Nay] – Mahmoud Effat*Orchestra – Atiyya Sharara Orchestra
7 Allegro 4:33
8 Allegro & Vivace 12:10
9 “Samaii” In The Mode Nahawand
Conductor – Atiyya Sharara*Ensemble – Sharara Ensemble*
9:41
10 Taqasim (Improvisation) For Solo Violin
Violin – Atiyya Sharara*
5:58

Credits

  • Composed By – Atiyya Sharara*
  • Edited By [Digital Sound Editing] – Ani El-Tanbouly
  • Supervised By [Musical Supervision] – Dr. Samha El-Kholy

Notes

Published ca. 1996-98 by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture's Foreign Cultural Relations office.

NB: the Western version of the composer's name is spelt Attia Sharara on the front cover and Atiyya Sharara in the liner notes and tracklist.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: MEM PRO MOC-006 03 1:3
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L128
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI H701