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By: Aadhil Aariz
Music, from the land of the Arabs has had its aficionados all along and is available in various styles and genres from pop to classical. The history of this music is long and its evolution rather complex. The music from the Arabian Peninsula has as much variations as the people that make up the Arab world have elements of various influences within it. A close examination shows that elements of Egyptians, the Greeks, Persians, Assyrians, Turkish and the Berbers have all contributed to the sum total of development in Arabic music. There are also fleeting signs of influence from the music of Europe as well that includes elements of Flamenco etc.
Although nothing certain can be said of its exact roots, people have made a studied estimate and arrived at the conclusion that this style of music had its roots in 7th century AD approximately. It is said that “Jahili Poets” during that period used to write and recite poems using musical rhythm and tone and was widely appreciated back then. Instruments such as the Oud and Rebab provide a rich nuance to its development. Some of the top practitioners were ladies who lent their mellifluous voice in creating further sub styles. This was during the pre Islamic periods which later underwent further change with the advent of the Islamic age.
Arabic music has contributed the word to English language
In fact, the English word Music is supposed to have been derived from an Arabic word used by Al Kindi who was a great scholar of this class of music. One of his surviving treatises on music is credited with the use of the word MUSIQIA which is supposed to be the word from which the present word Music is derived. Today, thanks to the advent of digital technology we can all listen to a lot of Arabic music mp3 online at any time we choose. Whenever you want to listen to Arabic music, all you need to do is get onto the internet and you can find a great selection there. There are internet radio sites that play a fine selection of Arabic songs and music both, and this is available 24x7.
One can also log into some of the sites dedicated to Arabic music mp3 and discuss with likeminded people and find your source of accessing it from them too. Of the many popular styles and categories of Arabic music mp3 you’re likely to find on the internet here are a few.
Arabic pop: several artists such as Asalah nasri, Thekra, Khaem Al Saher, Amr Diab ,Magida El Roumi etc.
Franco Arabic: a top artist in this category is Dalida from Egypt, Sammy Clarke from Lebanon etc.
Arabic R&B, Hip Hop: this is also a poplar category and you can find artists such as Ishtar and Darine etc.
Arabic Jazz: many top artists’ n this segment such as Samir Suroor, Khadim EL Shair, Rida AL Abdallah, Ziad Rahbani, and Salma El Mosfi etc.
You can even find sites to download Arabic music mp3 from the internet. However before you decide to download Arabic music mp3 from these sites please check its validity and legality. Some of the many Arabic music mp3 numbers are very catchy and in line with development in world music and very soothing.


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