A noteworthy trivia is that the time signature for this piece is 5/4
One of my favorite songs. The previous take on the blog was a bit outdated, I decided to take a new one. Enjoy.
The famous 2nd introduction of Mays El Rim play by the Rahbani Brothers.
This was one of the earliest publicized compositions of Ziad. I overheard he was 16 when he composed it. It might have been his first musical contribution to a play by his father and uncle.
This beautiful piece has been performed in many concerts, with many different arrangements. This piano interpretation has been inspired by several of those arrangements.
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Not the best recording, but here goes anyway.
This is video is somewhat old, 3amwalle3a kteer back in Coventry, I’ve always wondered what the British might think of such music