thanks muchly bolingo.this whole series looks great!
thanks a ton for all the rips of your lps, seems like you put a lot of work into it.I love this one a lot, too, qanun is really special.
Thank you for your kind words gd andErnst. It is a lot of work but it is a work of love. I don't know many other things I'd rather do indoors ;-) It goes without saying that nothing beats listening to crickets outdoors in the evening by a mountain stream surrounded by rhododendron or camellias. But for indoors fiddling around with the records listening here and there is not at all bad and helps me staying sane. Qanun, certainly has a very refined air and played well is a most brilliant instrument! Welcome back, there is bound to more of everything that is good and wholesome.
Ohhhhh.... you're killin' me with these awesome LP's!!! THANKS !!!!!
Sorry Joey,Intention was to "lively up yourself..."to borrow a Marley line.Hope you stay alive and tuned in! There will be much more, we are just taking our first stuttering steps...
hi bolingo..Muhammad sabsabi...Is the Qanun...he is the professor of allllll the quanun players in lebanon..we were borne in the same street in Beirut AIn Mreiseh..he is the prophete of the quanun..he died and no one gave him the merit of a big ARTIST.My question: how and where can i buy this disc.in fact i have it but but its dammaged..will be thanksfull if you can help me to buy it..thankssamy fakhourya lebanease in spain who compose his music oriental classical (with piano)www.elbarroco.net
Ther's no Saba, it says so but it's the same track as Kurdi + begining of Bayati, I know cause Saba is my favourite beside Hijaz(kar) and there's none. Wrong rip.
I am looking to buy CD of Muhammad Sabsabi or to just listen to him even for half track. Any ideas? Thank you very much
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