The rough guide to Sufi music [sound recording].
by Erguner, Kudsi; Habboush, Sheikh; Aḥmad, Sāʼīn̲ Ẓahūr; Sabur Maideen, S; Haja Maideen, M; Abdul Gani, M; Gaye, Modou; Lô, Cheikh; Gaudi; Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali; Lohār, ʻĀrif; Shafi, Meesha; Reshman; Marvi, Sanam; Sabbah, Cheb i, DJ; Alam, Noor; Fakir, Arman; Fakir, Akkas; Fakir, Babu; Biswas, Arati; Fakir, Golam; Al Kindi (Musical group); Transglobal Underground (Musical group); Ahmad Sham Sufi Qawwali Group.Material type: MusicSeries: Music rough guide: Publisher: London, UK : Rough Guides : World Music Network, p2011Edition: Special ed.Description: 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 9781908025043; 1908025042.Other title: Sufi music.Subject(s): Sacred songs | Sufi music | Folk songs | Popular music
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Passionate and vividly ecstatic, sufi music seems like a philosophical and mystical antidote to the harsher aspects of Islam, and at its best, tackles the themes of sex, love, and death with a wild and refreshing humanity. This Rough Guide quick survey of sufi music was put together by William Dalrymple and it explores traditional forms as well as modern artists expanding on that tradition, with approaches that bridge the east and the west. Musicians from Turkey, Syria, Senagal, Pakistan, and Afghanistan are represented and a second disc covering the musical history of the Sufi Fakirs of Bengal is also included, making this a great introduction to the wild and fascinating world of sufi music. ~ Steve Leggett
Traditional and original Sufi songs.
Sung in unidentified language(s).
Title from container.
Previously released recordings (1990-2010).
Program notes by William Dalrymple in English, French, and Spanish and biographical notes on the performers in English ( p.) inserted in container.
The rough guide to Sufi music. Zikr : (excerpt) (Kudsi Erguner) (2:00) ; Djoubi (Ensemble Al-Kind, Sheikh Habboush) (5:44) ; Allah hoo (Sain Zahoor) (8:24) ; The saint (S. Sabur Maideen, M. Haja Maideen, M. Abdul Gani) (6:43) ; Sindidi (Modou Gaye) (7:27) ; Zikr (Cheikh Lo) (3:59) ; Jab teri dhun main raha karte they (Gaudi ; Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan) (5:22) ; Alif Allah chambey di booty (Arif Lohar, Meesha Shafi) (8:38) ; Ali mullah (Transglobal Underground) (6:15) ; Zikre tu chee shireen ast = Your prayer is so sweet (Ahmad Sham Sufi Qawwali Group) (6:41) ; Hai rabba (Reshma) (3:46) ; Manzil-e-Sufi (Sanam Marvi) (5:50) ; Madh assalhin = Praising of the saints (DJ Cheb i Sabbah) (8:11) -- The rough guide to Sufi fakirs of Bengal. Dilkabate tin daraja (Noor Alam) (6:39) ; Aj mehfil kabar nishana (Arman Fakir) (5:01) ; Ayat Koran pore sudhu naam thikana (Akkas Fakir) (5:17) ; Khajababa (Babu Fakir) (4:45) ; Dayal data kyabla kaba (Akkas Fakir) (4:06) ; Ay boro peer (Babu Fakir) (3:58) ; Dillite nizamuddin (Arman Fakir) (4:42) ; Asraful aulia (Arati Biswas) (5:08) ; Ei baganer malik jara (Golam Fakir) (3:48).