Playlist Egypt

What’s a party without great music?

For over five thousand years, Egyptian music has been at the center of the country’s traditions, politics, celebrations, and hopes for the future.

KadmusArts’ own playlist maestro, Ruben, has put together a sample of the diversity of Egyptian music from Coptic and Sufi religious chants, to the country’s own kind of jazz, classical and street pop.

Here is your very own Egyptian playlist, “A Song For (and by) Egypt”:

Gamal Abdel-Rahim — Improvisation on a Peddler’s Tune

Sheikh Ahmed Al Tuni — Dhikr

Rageh Daoud — Concert Passacaglia

Amr Diab — Ba’dem Alby

Mikhail Girgis El Batanouny — Rejoice O Mary

Mahmoud Fadl — Aament Bellah

Hakim — As-Salamu Alaykum

Ali Hasan Kuban — Sukkar, Sukkar, Sukkar

Les Musiciens du Nil — Love Is As Vast As A River

Salah Ragab and The Cairo Jazz Band — Egypt Strut

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