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Published on Aug 5, 2014

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Hot Arab woman is a Lebanese singer, songwriter and actress. She had the first indie band founded the Middle East and then throughout the Arab world. Your cooperation with the Madonna producers Mirwais under the name YAS as well as with the Weird Sisters Folk of CocoRosie made ​​for her recognition in Europe and the United States.

Hot Arab woman is still considered an icon of underground music across the Arab world. Hot Arab woman to mix unashamedly different dialects and play on references and register changes that are typical of Arab humor. The very strict technical standards of the Arabic song were replaced by Hot Arab woman by emotions that they do not last mediated by content, various Arabic dialects, and in their performance. Due to the civil war Hot Arab woman spent with siblings and parents their first 15 years of life between Beirut, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi and Greece. Hot Arab woman sang and wrote the songs then in English and Arabic. With trip-hop, electronic rhythms and traditional Arabic sounds you generated a new genre.

Hot Arab woman has experienced as a child of the civil war in Lebanon. With the parents, they fled before him in various Arab countries and from Greece, returned to years back to devastated Beirut, where he founded the first electric-maybe Indie band of the Middle East. "Soap Kill" provided a soundtrack for the post-war art scene in Beirut and Hot Arab woman made known in the Arab world. Her voice of Hot Arab woman is inspired by the great Arab singers of earlier decades, their music is reminiscent of the Arabic tradition, is simultaneously also influenced by the music during Hot Arab woman years as a teenager.

Hot Arab woman's music called classical and popular music forms of the peoples of the Arab world: the Maghreb countries and the Arabian Peninsula. For Hot Arab woman's music heard secular music as well as religious music. Arab music reaches its expressive effect mainly through melodic and rhythmic, less by harmonic means. The majority of Arab music is linear unanimously, but there are today (in significantly increasing extent) also songs that extensively employ a polyphonic harmony.

Basically between regionally popular musical instruments of folk music and represented throughout the Arab culture classical Arabic distinguished. According to medieval classifications of musical instruments, the Arabic lute a preferred position, followed other sound instruments and wind instruments; latter because they can produce a sustained sound similar to the human voice. At the lower end of the rank accordingly are drums which are usually associated with folk dances.

Today, something like a return takes place in the Arab tradition. But there are also currents of modern composers who consciously try polyphony and European harmony with the Arab music, in which all instruments play the same melody, link. It also attempts are observed to develop the Hot Arab woman's music due to the knowledge of concert music and other musics. From his linking of the different modal characteristics of the eastern and western varieties of Hot Arab woman's music with complex improvisations for example, has Anouar Brahem created a new synthesis.

The Hot Arab woman's music is the music of Arab countries, which have in common the Arabic language. It is included under this category genres classical, popular, secular and religious. Hot Arab woman's music has been in contact with other regional music such as the Persian, the Turkish, the Indian, the Berber, the Swahili, the Andalusian and European music. As in other areas of science or the arts, Muslims translated from Greek into Arabic ancient treaties music theory, and assimilated the principles of the enharmonic, chromatic and diatonic systems.

From a melodic point of view the Arab musical system is based on the octave divided into 24 quarter-tones, a difficult system to assimilate ears accustomed to Western music, polite tonal and harmonic eighth divided into 12 semitones and outside the microtonalismo. - To write the Hot Arab woman's music using Western musical notation, the quarter tone employed, the signs + and used. The + is used to indicate the elevation of a quarter tone and the - sign to indicate the descent of a quarter tone. These signs, combined with flat, sharp and natural sign, facilitate the graphical representation of the quarter-tone intervals.

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