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'''Folk music and folkloricization'''
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Listening examples to accompany readings and class discussions:
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[http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MENAME/MAW/Folk%20examples/Gulf%20fidjeri%20songs/ Fidjeri songs of the Arabian Gulf] (Touma, The Music of the Arabs, pp. 88-95).
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[http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MENAME/MAW/Folk%20examples/Algerian%20Rai%20roots/ Roots of Rai:  Cheikha Remitti].
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[http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MENAME/MAW/Folk%20examples/Sira%20Hilaliyya/ The Sira Hilaliyya] (Reynolds, D. F. (1994). Musical Dimensions of an Arabic Oral Epic Tradition. Asian Music, 26(1), 53-94.)
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[http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MENAME/MAW/Folk%20examples/Egyptian%20mawwal/The Egyptian mawwal] (Cachia, P. (1977). The Egyptian Mawwal: Its Ancestry, Its Development, and Its Present Form. Journal of Arab Literature, 8, 77-103.)
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[http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MENAME/MAW/Folk%20examples/Simsimiyya%20of%20Port%20Said/ The Simsimiyya of the Red Sea region.] (Shiloah, A. (1972). The Simsimiyya: A Stringed Instrument of the Red Sea Area. Asian Music, 4(1), 15-26.)

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Folk music and folkloricization

Listening examples to accompany readings and class discussions:


Fidjeri songs of the Arabian Gulf (Touma, The Music of the Arabs, pp. 88-95).

Roots of Rai: Cheikha Remitti.

The Sira Hilaliyya (Reynolds, D. F. (1994). Musical Dimensions of an Arabic Oral Epic Tradition. Asian Music, 26(1), 53-94.)

Egyptian mawwal (Cachia, P. (1977). The Egyptian Mawwal: Its Ancestry, Its Development, and Its Present Form. Journal of Arab Literature, 8, 77-103.)

The Simsimiyya of the Red Sea region. (Shiloah, A. (1972). The Simsimiyya: A Stringed Instrument of the Red Sea Area. Asian Music, 4(1), 15-26.)