Rabih Abou-Khalil
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Lebanese oud virtuoso Rabih Abou-Khalil relocated to Munich (Germany) and combined jazz improvisation and his Middle-eastern folk traditions (intricate rhythms, ornate melodies) on albums such as his classic oud debut Between Dusk and Dawn (1987), with Charlie Mariano, Glen Velez and Ramesh Shotham, the more baroque Nafas (1988), Bukra (1988), Roots and Sprouts (1990), Al-Jadida (1990), with alto saxophonist Sonny Fortune, bassist Glenn Moore and several percussionists, Blue Camel (1992), Tarab (1993), with nay flute and acoustic bass. The Sultan's Picnic (1994), Arabian Waltz (1995), a program of Abou compositions performed by a western classical quartet (and Abou himself), Odd Times (1997), with harmonica, tuba and two percussionists (including Mark Nauseef), the elegant soundtrack Yara (1998) for oud, cello, violin and percussion, The Cactus of Knowledge (2000), with an ensemble of brass and reed players, etc. (Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx)

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