The Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Foundation has organized a cultural and musical lecture entitled Al Qudood Al Halabiya (History and Art) by music researcher Abdel Qader Badour, with the participation of artist Wael Haswani and the orchestra, tomorrow evening, Monday. Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Cultural Foundation Theater on Al Riqa Street in Dubai.
The evening is divided into a theoretical part and an applied part. The researcher will give an introduction to music and its history, especially Syriac music and songs that were prevalent in the region, then he will talk about Aleppo Quduth and the reason for the name. The authentic heritage of the ancient city of Haly.
It is noteworthy that al-Qudut al-Halabi is one of the original musical arts of Syria, in the sense that it is built on a popular song, a song structure built on religious or civil songs and melodies. ; It takes advantage of its popularity to achieve its existence, hence the name Al-Qat. The art was added to the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in December 2021. It was a lyrical art that originated in Andalusia and was later adapted in the Levant, especially in Homs and Aleppo; It is famous for the city of Aleppo.
At the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, the Aleppoans added popular songs to their musical tradition, and singing styles were developed and became known in Arabic singing colors such as qudud, muwashshahad, mawal, and taqduka. It was then developed in the hands of Syed Darweesh, Ahmad Sabri, Muhammad al-Khasabji, Riyad al-Sunbati, and Dawud Hosni and Zakaria Ahmad. Muwashahad’s melody. He was one of the crescent angles of Aleppo. Famous singers, composers and musicians like Sabri Mudal, Abdul Qadir al-Hajjar, Bahjad Hassan and Sabri al-Hariri met and learned at his hands. Among the students after that, Muhammad Khairy Jaliladi, and Abdul Rahman Atiya. Among the famous Aleppo huts: (O Mal al-Sham, Khatq al-Mayyas, under its howitzer).
The Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Cultural Foundation is notable for providing authentic traditional arts, and has organized dozens of concerts for famous artists and hosted many Arab and international events.
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