This time it’s a sound cloud recording.
Yet another one of my favorite songs by Ziad.
I know it’s not a perfect take with some mistakes but it’s generally a nice one so I thought I’d share it.
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 The previous take on the blog was a bit outdated, I decided to take a new one.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.
Another Match found:
Song by Salma Mosfi by Ziad Rahbani from Monodose; مش بس تلفنلي
And the original track, a popular Bossa Nova song that goes under the name of So Danco Samba
It’s worth noting that there are numerous covers for this song.
This post was a participation as an entry in a competition visit http://www.musiciansforfairuz.com/ for more info.
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
Here is an interpretation of Ziad Rahbany’s Abu Ali on the piano