Muwashahat Rhythms Group 5

 Dawr Al Kabir Pronunciation
 
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Dawr
means Cycle or Turn in Arabic, and Kabir means Big or Large.


 Mukhammas Turki Pronunciation
 
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Recording Samples:

Recording by Sabah Fakhri and Orchestra, Syria Muwashah Yamurru Ujuban in maqam Hijaz Kar Kurd (by Omar El Batch).
 


Mukhammas
in Arabic means based on Five, Turki means Turkish.

See also: Mukhammas.


 Sittatu Ashar Pronunciation
 
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Recording Samples:

Recording by Kaslik University Ensemble, Lebanon Recording by Al KIndi Ensemble, Syria Muwashah Badat Min Al Khidri (second section) in maqam Bayati.
 


Sittatu Ashar
in Arabic means Sixteen. This rhythm is also called Sittatu Ashar Masri (from Masr - Egyptian).


 Warshan Arabi Pronunciation
 
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Recording Samples:

Recording by Ensemble Morkos, Lebanon Recording by Al Kindi Ensemble, Syria Recording by Aisha Radwan and Al-Adwar Ensemble, Algeria Muwashah Qatili Bi Ghunji l-Kahali in maqam Bayati.
    Recording by Sono Cairo (Sawt El Qahirah), Egypt Muwashah Ahu Min Jour Il Ghawani.
 


Warshan
means Busy in Arabic, Arabi means Arab (Arabic).


 Shanbar Kabir Pronunciation

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Shanbar means hoop or something round/cyclic in Turkish (Cember). Kabir means Big or Large in Arabic. The Shanbar Kabir rhythm is also called Shanbar Mudaaf (Double Shanbar) or Jaftah.

See Also: Shanbar Halabi.

 

 


 Shanbar Masri Pronunciation

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Shanbar means hoop or something round/cyclic in Turkish (Cember). Masri means Egyptian in Arabic.

See Also: Shanbar Halabi.

 

 


More Muwashahat Rhythms:   Group 1 Group 2

Group 3

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