When it comes to Arabic culture, there are so many things you can discuss. From the desert sands, to Arab Entertainment,to the lip smacking food of the Mediterranean, not to mention the colorful political condition in Arabic countries, everything is somehow attractive and gives out a whiff of magic!
Incredibly, there are so many ways of looking at the life that you may have in the Arab world. While on the one hand you have an Orient so rich in different forms of languages, to beautiful sights that can simply take your breath away. Also, let’s once again fondly remember those wonderful tales told by anonymous as well as well known story tellers that have stood the test of time and are still repeated often, whether be it through movies, books and even through word of mouth!
To sum it up, Arab Entertainmenthas always had talent and has continued to etch through calligraphy the beautiful and some gory tales in the book of time and history, quite literally. But when it comes to Arabic music and Arabic dance forms, all Arab News can tell you one thing; pure magic!
Music of Arabia
Most Arabic Events celebrated by natives, urban as well as the more religiously conflicted will certainly tell you a musical tale of its own. What spices the whole matter is that the history of Arabic music comes with its own set of discords.
For one, Iranians and Byzantines have known to contribute mightily into what we have come to recognize as Arabian music at present times. If you happen to delve further into the history and the music of not just Arabia, but the kind communities mentioned above, you will find a rather deep footing into erstwhile Persian musical influences.
Of course, one of the more pressing reasons why Arabic music is what as we know today is largely due to the advent of Islam and the various nuances that accompanied it.
Current Trends in the Talent of Arabia
Another way of exploring the magic of Arabic culture is of course through its various dance forms. In fact if you take the more accomplished, multi talented Arab Singers, you will also find the dominance of evolved forms of belly dancing and other Middle Eastern dance forms, which have raised the bar.
What is also laudable is how many celebrated women have rose to prominence, mixing and expanding their musical abilities with modeling, acting as well as dancing!
Myriam Fares in particular has held top positions in many lists for not just her musical prowess but also her innovative experiments with Arabian dance forms and of course her choice of lyrics and catchy tunes.
All of these names Maya Diab, Myriam Fares, Haifa Wehbe, Cyrine Abdel Nour, and Arwa Gouda belong to the league of not just the common sex. All of these women have made contributions as Arab Music Artists,together with creating further sensation in other forms of talents, such as acting, modeling and even as businesswomen.
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