2013 Autumn tunes for slow ATS®

Practice music for slow American Tribal Style® bellydance. Jorunn will be using these tracks in her autumn 2013 classes. Support the artists and purchase your own copy of the songs on iTunes, CD Baby or Amazon. Enjoy!

  1. Singing Om
    By George Harrison
    From the album Wonderwall Music. Wonderwall Music is George Harrison’s first solo album and the soundtrack to the film Wonderwall. The songs are virtually all instrumental, except for some non-English vocals and a slowed-down spoken word track. The songs were recorded in December 1967 in England, and January 1968 in Bombay, India. The album is currently out of print.
  2. Raks Sharqi
    By World Percussion Collective
    From the album Percussion Around the World.
  3. Halfaouine
    By François Couturier & Jean-Louis Matinier
    From the album Le voyage de Sahar which features persuasive, emotionally powerful compositions by Anouar Brahem. Anouar Brahem, born in Halfaouine, Tunisia in 1957, is regarded as his country’s most innovative oud player. As a former pupil of master oudist Ali Sriti, he is thoroughly steeped in the secrets and subtleties of Arab classical music. He has absorbed this information and gone out to meet the world, a sophisticated modern musician with profound historical knowledge.
  4. Oud&Framedrum
    By Various – Bazaarpool
    From the album Bazaarpool In Music & Film.
  5. Kanatsi Par
    By Djivan Gasparyan
    From the album Armenia (Heavenly Duduk). Djivan Gasparyan, born October 12, 1928, is an Armenian musician and composer. He plays the duduk, a double reed woodwind instrument related to the orchestral oboe. Gasparyan is known as the “Master of the duduk”
  6. Bodhi Tree Dub (Amani’s Desert Freak Remix)
    By Desert Dwellers
    From the album Desert Dwellers – Remixed Pt. 3. Taking a new approach on digital production, the main members Amani Friend & Treavor Moontribe have combined the raw sounds of the natural world with skillfully blended deep bass, earthy percussion, etheric voices and culture crossing instrumentation into sonic incense for the mind and body.
  7. Maaz zami
    By Tim Rayborn
    From the album Veils of Light. Tim Rayborn is an American born musician and singer who has accomplished himself in the music of the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, Turkey, Iran and the Balkans. His musical interests began with medieval music, and he studied harpsichord at the Dominican College of San Rafael.
  8. Lakme: Flower Duet
    By Cerise
    From the album The Very Best of Cinema & TV Classics.


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