阿拉伯民谣 Arabic Folk

Arabic Folk Music makes reference to the different forms of Traditional Folk Music on the Arabic regions. The wide extension of the Arabic culture helped to the creation and expansion of numerous forms of Arabic Folk Music. It's based on the maqam system of the Islamic Modal Music, but with a more populist approach than Arabic Classical Music, being used on religious chants, weddings or dances. Arabic Folk Music is mainly vocal, but also it's accompanied by some instruments like nay, arghul, mijwiz, rabab, duff, bandir, tar, and darbukkah. There exist typical forms of songs like the qasida or the ataba, based on the maqam modal system. Some of the most common Arabic Folk Music subgenres are Arabic Bellydance Music and Bedouin Music.

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