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Tra­di­tion­al Lev­an­tine sounds fused with mu­sic from a new gen­er­a­tion in­spired by rock and hip-hop.

Published On 27 Aug 2011
NEXT MUSIC STATION: Syria

“Mar­itime art is our cul­ture, we must pro­tect it, con­tin­ue prac­tic­ing it and pass it on to the com­ing gen­er­a­tions.”

Published On 24 Aug 2011
NEXT MUSIC STATION: Kuwait

“The oud is my soul, I can’t ex­plain it. There is a very close re­la­tion­ship be­tween me and the oud.”

Published On 24 Aug 2011
NEXT MUSIC STATION: Kuwait

“When our peo­ple used to go to the mil­i­tary, they used to sing Hu­jei­ni style as they rode their camels.”

Published On 24 Aug 2011
NEXT MUSIC STATION: Kuwait

“In the Gulf, our prob­lem is that we are re­strict­ed with the tra­di­tions of a very con­ser­v­a­tive so­ci­ety.”

Published On 24 Aug 2011
NEXT MUSIC STATION: Kuwait

“Bahrain is an open coun­try and full of var­i­ous styles of mu­sic tak­en from her­itage and de­vel­oped by many artists.”

Published On 24 Aug 2011
Next MUSIC STATION: Bahrain

“I like Jazz mu­sic, I like clas­sic and Nah­ma. That is where I find my soul.”

Published On 23 Aug 2011
Next MUSIC STATION: Bahrain

“The oud is the ‘weapon’ through which we can show our ca­pa­bil­i­ties as Arab mu­si­cians in the West.”

Published On 23 Aug 2011
Dr Ameer Jaffar - for NEXT MUSIC STATION: Kuwait

Mu­sic in­spired by the mo­tion of the sea – from fish­er­men’s melodies to Bedouin desert songs.

Published On 23 Aug 2011
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