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Arab's World 6 years 4 months ago #106070

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hhhhhhh ok @Nicole ;) so see you :heartsh:
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Arab's World 6 years 4 months ago #108410

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Helloooo everybody am back again to give you an idea about the Arab Fashion :)
Each Arab country has her special style of clothing so let's see some of them :-V

"The caftan" traditional clothes in Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria (the 3 countries of the Big Maghreb) :)

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here are more

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"jebba" another Tunisian style


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and here is an example of the traditional clothing of Gulf states


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Egypt Fashion :)

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waaawwww some korean stars wearing our fashion style :luvluv: :luvluv:
Happy to know that hehehehehe
they are looking pretty :lol:

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I want to see Shin Hye wearing one of them :lol:

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The oud is a pear-shaped, stringed instrument similar to a lute used in traditional Middle Eastern music and East African music.

The words "lute" and "oud" are both derived from Arabic العود (al-ʿūd, literally "the wood"). Gianfranco Lotti suggests that the "wood" appellation originally carried derogatory connotations, because of proscriptions of all instrumental music in early Islam.

The oud The prefix al- (meaning "the") in al-ʿūd was discarded by the Turks who then transformed the word ʿūd (consisting of the Arabic letters ʿayn-wāw-dāl) into ud because the sound represented by the Arabic letter ʿayn is not present in the Turkish language.


==>The origin of the term darabukka lies in the Arabic word "darba" ("to strike"). The original use of goblet drums in Babylonia and Sumer dates from as early as 1100 BCE. On Celebes one large form serves as a temple instrument, set on the floor when performed, which could be a survival of the ancient use of the drum

==>The oud was most likely introduced to Western Europe by the Arabs who established the Umayyad Caliphate of Al-Andalus on the Iberian Peninsula beginning in the year 711 AD. Oud-like instruments such as the Ancient Greek Pandoura and the Roman Pandura likely made their way to the Iberian Peninsula much earlier than the oud. However, it was the royal houses of Al-Andalus that cultivated the environment which raised the level of oud playing to greater heights and boosted the popularity of the instrument. The most famous oud player of Al-Andalus was Zyriab. He established the first music conservatory in Spain, enhanced playing technique and added a fifth course to the instrument. The European version of this instrument came to be known as the lute - luth in French, laute in German, liuto in Italian, luit in Dutch, (all beginning with the letter "L") and alaud in Spanish. The word "luthier" meaning stringed instrument maker is also derived from the French luth. Unlike the oud the Europen lute utilized frets (usually tied gut).

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Have fun with the Arab-American duo remixed :piggyrabbit

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