- Performer M. Atîya Omar
- Title Arabesques N°7 Cithare En Egypte . Qanun
- Date of release 1984
- Other formats WMA AHX DMF MPC WMA MP4 MOD
- Genre Folk music
- Size MP3 1351 mb
- Size FLAC 1170 mb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 485
Zither – M. Atîya Omar. Anthologie phonographique du récital oriental (p) 1979. Gatefold sleeve with stapled two-page leaflet. Rights Society: SACEM, SDRM, SACD, SGDL.
The qanun, kanun, ganoun or kanoon (Arabic: قانون, romanized: qānūn; Greek: κανονάκι, romanized: kanonaki; Hebrew: קָנוֹן, qanon; Persian: قانون, qānūn; Turkish: kanun; Armenian: քանոն, romanized: k’anon; Azerbaijani: qanun; Uyghur: قالون, ULY: qalon) is a string instrument played either solo, or more often as part of an ensemble, in much of the Middle East, Maghreb, West Africa, Central Asia, and southeastern regions of Europe.
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|A1||Taqsîm-Maqâm Hijâz-Kar En Do||7:40|
|A2||Taqsîm-Maqâm Huzam & Bastanigar En Mi||7:20|
|B1||Taqsîm-Maqâm Nihâwand & Râst En Do||6:45|
|B2||Taqsîm-Maqâm Ajam- Achîrân En Si B||8:45|