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* Mawlid. Listen to a typical [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MR/Chanting%20devotion/Islamic/Mawlid%20example/Mawlid.mp3 mawlid] and read the associated [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MR/Chanting%20devotion/Islamic/Mawlid%20example/Mawlid%20notes.jpg album notes]. The mawlid is a celebration of the Prophet Muhammad's birth, including devotional singing; it is frequently recited in the mystical orders of Islam, the turuq Sufiyya - in this case the Hamidiyya Shadhiliyya order of Egypt.
 
* Mawlid. Listen to a typical [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MR/Chanting%20devotion/Islamic/Mawlid%20example/Mawlid.mp3 mawlid] and read the associated [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MR/Chanting%20devotion/Islamic/Mawlid%20example/Mawlid%20notes.jpg album notes]. The mawlid is a celebration of the Prophet Muhammad's birth, including devotional singing; it is frequently recited in the mystical orders of Islam, the turuq Sufiyya - in this case the Hamidiyya Shadhiliyya order of Egypt.
  
* [http://fp.arizona.edu/mesassoc/Bulletin/34-2/34-2%20Frishkopf.htm A survey of inshad dini Islamic hymnody in Egypt, an article from MESA Bulletin)
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* [http://fp.arizona.edu/mesassoc/Bulletin/34-2/34-2%20Frishkopf.htm A survey of inshad dini Islamic hymnody in Egypt], an article from MESA Bulletin

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Inshad Dini = religious hymnody

  • Ibtihalat. Performed by Shaykh Taha al-Fashni, probably the most famous mubtahil of the 20th c. Here

ibtihalat is based entirely on poetry. The recording is different from the dawn-prayer style heard above. From Sono Cairo 67028/601.

  • Tawashih diniyya. Performed by Shaykh Muhammad al-Fayyumi and his bitana (chorus). Tawashih

involve alternation between solo and chorus; the former improvisatory, the latter more precomposed and quasi-metric. From Sono Cairo 75113/461.


  • Mawlid. Listen to a typical mawlid and read the associated album notes. The mawlid is a celebration of the Prophet Muhammad's birth, including devotional singing; it is frequently recited in the mystical orders of Islam, the turuq Sufiyya - in this case the Hamidiyya Shadhiliyya order of Egypt.