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Belgium: Hatshepsut CD
Hatshepsut CD
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type: CD
width in cm:9.0
height in cm: 9.0
artist: Abed Halabi & Abdel Hazim
publisher: Sahara productions
engraved by:
A CD tightly fit for bellydance classes and special shows.

1. Hatshepsut part1 3:06
Faraonic music track 2.
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rhythm of the Gulf region.
3. Hadari 2:22

4. Snakedance 4:57 first time a slide guitar was used in a shifte-telli

5. Maqsoum 4:01 Maqsoum means literally "cut in half"

6. Derboukka solo 2:59 by master percussionist from Lebanon Abed Helebi.
7. Ayoubi 1:46
Music for the zar dance

8. Leff Sariya 2:05 Oriental dance beat

9. Baladi seghir 2:49 or "small" masmoudi beat - really haunting beledi rhythm.
10. Saaidi 4:02 A lebanese version of the popular egyptian saaidi rhythm. Very often used in a cane dance.

11. Hatshepsut reprise (woodwind quintet) 3:03

Hatshepsut: a faraonic piece. Hatshepsut was an 18th dynasty pharaoh who was one of the few female rulers in Ancient Egypt. Her reign was the longest of all the female pharaohs. When her two brothers died, she was in the unique position to gain the throne when her father died. A female pharaoh was unprecedented. Queen Hatshepsut organised an oversea trade mission to the land of Punt, the horn of Africa. From there they imported the resins gained from the incense-tree they needed for religious occasions.


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