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Inde Du Nord. Jafar Husayn Khan. Chant Qawwali.

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01
Au Nom De Dieu/in The Name Of God
13:25  
02
Lorsque Khawaja/when Khawaja
16:35  
03
Le Chemin Qui Mène Au Puits/the Path Which Leads To The Well
16:49  
04
O Briseur De Promesses/o Breaker Of Promise
13:53  
05
L'amour Pour Le Prophète/the Love Of The Prophet
15:09  
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Total Tracks: 5   Total Length: 75:51

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Qawwali is a type of singing particular to the Sufis of Pakistan and North of India. Its origin can be traced in Arabic samac and Hindu classical music. The Sufis are Muslim mystics who use music as a means to reach an ecstatic union with God. It is sung in Persian, Arabic, or Urdu and its topics are always about mystical love. Originally, qawwali singing was accompanied by handclapping. Later on, it came to be accompanied by drums such as the dholak and the tabla, as well as the sarangi. Later, the harmonium joined the ensemble. The music is sung by one or two soloists, accompanied by a choir, and improvisation plays an important part. Jafar Husayn Khan was born in the province of Uttar Pradesh, near Delhi. He comes from a musical family, having studied Hindu music first, and is one of the great masters of North Indian qawwali singing. – Bruno Deschênes

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