Lebanon Monitor presents the Baalbek Folk Festival / featuring Fairouz

Author(s): Fayrūz
Online: Connect to Alexander Street Press
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Subjects: Folk music--Lebanon
Folk songs, Arabic
Formats: Electronic Resource, Remote, Sound Recording
Material Type: Musical sound recording -- Monograph
Language: Arabic, The recording is in Arabic, Accompanying material in English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Mt. Vernon, NY : Monitor Records, p1994
Series: Smithsonian global sound for libraries
Physical Description: 1 online resource (46 min.)
Alternate Titles: Portion of title: Lebanon
Portion of title: Baalbek folk Festival
Portion of title: Monitor presents the Baalbek Folk Festival
Issued in other form: Original publisher catalog number: MCD 71383
Additional Authors: Ṣāfī, Wadīʻ
Alexander Street Press
Baalbek Folk Festival
Notes: Includes English language program notes
Previously issued as compact disc
Contents: Issit Baalbek = The story of Baalbek -- Sout el-reeh = Voice of the wind -- Ghanni li Baalbek = Singing to Baalbek. a. The song ; b. Rehli fi Baalbek = Tour of Baalbek ; c. Issit Baalbek = The Story of Baalbek ; d. Hawn rah nib'aa = Here we remain ; e. Sarrah fil banrriyee = Wandering in the fields ; f. Rahoo = They are gone -- Dabke -- Ayn al-mavy = The water spring -- Ya natoor = The watchman -- Yabu al-iyoon al-sood = Black eyes -- Tikhmeen rahit hilwit al-hilween = The sweetness of the sweet ones is gone -- Medley. a. Ya kam = The vineyard ; b. Shatti ya dini = Rain, come down on our crops -- Khidni lil ardh illi rabbitna Lubanan = Take me to the beautiful land which raised me, Lebanon -- Lowayn? = Where to? -- Finale: Dabke
Fairouz, Wadi al-Safi, vocals ; chorus & orchestra of the Baalbek Folk Festival
Reproduction notes: Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web
Sung in Arabic
OCLC Number: ASP73441/glmu