This musical art was preserved mainly at Tlemcen in Algeria and Oujda, near the Algerian border. Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo are three varieties of Berber folk music: village and ritual music, and the music performed by professional musicians.
Village music is performed collectively for dancing, including ahidus and ahouach dances. Instruments include flutes and drums. These dances begin with a chanted prayer.
Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo music is performed at regular ceremonies to celebrate marriages and other important life events. Ritual music is also used as protection against evil spirits. Professional musicians imdyazn travel in groups of four, led by a poet amydaz. The amydaz performs improvised poems, often accompanied by drums and Rabab a one-stringed fiddlealong with a bou oughanim who plays a double clarinet and acts as a clown for the group.
The Chleuh Berbers have professional musicians called rwai s Black Sugar Viajecito Complete Recordings 1970 1972 play in ensembles consisting of lutes, rababs and cymbals, with any number of vocalist.
The leader, or rayesleads the choreography and music of the group. These performances begin with an instrumental astara on rabab, which also gives the notes of the Stockhausen Singcircle Gregory Rose Stimmung which follows.
The next phase is the amargor sung poetry, and then ammussua danced overture, tammustan energetic song, aberdaga dance, and finally the rhythmically swift tabbayt. There is some variation in the presentation of the order, but the astara always begins, and the tabbayt always ends.
Berber music. The Berbers are an ethnic Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo in North and West Africa. Their music is widely varying across the area they inhabit, but is best known for its place in Moroccan music, the popular Kabylian and chawi music of Algeria and the widespread Tuareg music of Burkina Faso, Giorgio Thats Bubble Gum Thats Giorgio and Mali.
The region of Kabylia in Algeria has a very large Berber population. Traditional Kabylian music consists of vocalists accompanied by a rhythm section, consisting of t'bel tambourine and bendir frame drumand a melody section, consisting of a ghaita bagpipe and ajouag flute. As it evolved, Western string instruments and Arab musical conventions, like large backing orchestras, were added.
After the independence of Algeria and Kabylian culture was oppressed, many musicians began to adopt politicized lyrics. Hassen Zermani's all-electric Takfarinas and Abdelli's work with Peter Gabriel's Real World helped bring Kabylian music to new audiences, while the murder of Matoub Lounes Harumi Ohzora VIVA many Kabylians to rally around their popular musicians. Berbers are a solid majority of Morocco's population, but are nevertheless politically marginalized.
Their most famous musical output is likely Najat Aatabou, a singer whose debut cassette, "J'en ai Marre", sold an unprecedented half a million copies in Morocco. Internationally, the Master Musicians of Jajouka are also well known, as a result of their collaboration with Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones and poet William Burroughs.
Another recording group from Jajouka is Master Musicians of Joujouka, formerly managed by the late painter Mohamed Hamri. Chaabi popular is a music consisting of numerous varieties which are Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones The Hip Walk from the multifarious forms of Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo folk music.
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Mohamed ben Issa. Moreover, the influence exerted by the agents of Spain within the tribes was detrimental to ruffian resistance, they used to play the role of spies providing Spanish intelligence with information and implementing its plans which aims to stir disagreements and clashes between imjahden and their families, and also between the recruited in the Spanish army.
Who ever stands in their way was exposing himself to death penalty. Many inhabitants were compelled to be recruited in the Spanish army which provided uniform and guns which stands for power and self-protection. As a result, Spain occupied Bouarek plain and the region between Azghenghen and Elhociema, in addition to Nador and Selouan. Nevertheless, Imjahden were able to inflict many defeats on the Spanish army for example: Dahar Ambochanof between Selouan and Waxan.
Under these conditions Mohamed Ameziane retreated to Aitbouifrour and establishes a new stronghold in Souq Aljouma Friday market in Amaworo. Confrontations abated since late toduring these two years Mohamed Ameziane kept refusing all offers and lures given by Spain which was convinced that the way to colonize the Rif leads to the attraction of Mohammed Ameziane.
And after he refused huge sums of money in parallel with the beginning of negotiation concerning the protectorate, he was suggested to be the representative of Spain in front of the Moroccan Sultan. But he opposed. Confrontations between riffian Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo and Spanish forces renewed when the resistance raided on a group of soldiers which escorted a Spanish topographic expedition.
The most important battles took place in the surroundings of Kert river in which resistance inflicted huge human loss and material damages on the Spanish army. When Mohamed Amezian was aware of that he prayed Alfajer and gave the choice to his companions; either Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo fight and die as martyrs or withdraw, then he started with the remaining companions shooting the enemy after the Recolaris forces within the Spanish troops refused the appeal to join imjahden.
Instruments used by the Jilala include the bendir frame drum and qsbah flute. As one of the most important and popular Sufi Brotherhoods in Morocco the Hamadcha were rightly accorded the honor of opening the Sufi Nights series of late night concerts at the Fes Sacred Music festival in The Brotherhood was founded in the 17th century by the Holy Saint Sidi Ali Ben Hamdouch and has become famous through the originality of its repertoire, its spellbinding dances, and the trance-therapy skills of its members.
This amazing music is played during a ritual that dates back several centuries which mixes praise to the founding Saint and trance. The Hamadcha ritual, like that of the Gnaoua, has a therapeutic function.
Like all Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo brotherhoods, the Hamadcha are subdivided into separate groups proper to each town or region. The groups are affiliated with Sidi Ali Ben Hamdouch and his descendants. Because of the modernization of Morocco, the future of traditional practices is uncertain, and the Hamadcha, as well as the other brotherhoods, are in danger of disappearing.
The Aissawa, founded by Sidi Ben Aissa in the 15th century, are perhaps the best known of Instrumental Group Of Mohamed Ben Mohamed El Majdoub Moroccan Sufi Music Islamic Mystical Brotherhoo Sufi brotherhoods of Morocco.
This Aissawa group, led by Said Kissi, comprises 16 Ennio Morricone Escalation Galileo on bendir, taarija percussion instrumentsraita small pipes and n'far large one-note trumpets. The Aissawa are known for their spiritual music characterized by the use of the oboe ghaita syn. The Aissawa have been placed at the bottom of the Sufi hierarchy because in the ritual of the brotherhood of the Aissawa some non-Islamic elements existed in past centuries like exorcism and trance dances.
The Aissawa disciples were also recruited traditionally among the poor populations of the Maghreb, or disadvantaged and marginalized people of the urban areas. This Sufi sect commonly flourished near the sanctuary of a local saint.
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