Best arabian lounge music – Arabian Nights
Best arabian lounge music – Arabian Nights

Best arabian lounge music – Arabian Nights

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Om (or Oum, Omm, Omme, Oom, Um, Umm) Kalsoum (or Kalsum, Kaltsoum, Kalthoum, Kalthum, Kalthoom,…

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  • Nikolai Håvard

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    Oh my fucking god. Another one.
    Will people ever stop mixing the Arabic culture and music with the Indian
    one?
    Arabs and Indians have nothing to do with each other. The cultures are not
    even close to each other. Stop for fucks sake. Where ever I go i see these
    two mixed.

    YouTube: Indian culture mixed with Arabic in terms of music.
    Porn sites: Indians filling the “Arab” category.
    Forums: People can’t tell the difference between an Indian and a god damn
    Arab.

    Indians are god damn twats. England is already enough. They are like rats
    spreading everywhere. Whichever street I walk in, I encounter a damn
    ignorant Indian fuck. England should be renamed to Indialand and be ruled
    by one of them. They are the most annoying and ignorant shitheads on this
    planet. Hitler should have created a Holocaust for Indians instead of Jews.

    What the fuck?

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  • Abdellah Rahimi

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    Mix – Best arabian lounge music – Arabian Nights : Best arabian lounge
    music – Arabian Nights

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  • Gunta Varna

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    What a nice Arabic music. It’s a pity that there is no video. It is shown
    in this girl. I’d like to hear this music live once. It could be a
    spectacular event.

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  • Susan Abraham

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    I come here to listen to and appreciate the Arabic music and I end up
    leaving disappointed. So far, it’s mixed with Indian drumming and some
    aspects of the Tibetian. Each of these sides own strong musical overtones,
    so blending several cultural elements together is risky. It often creates a
    jagged effect. Best not to title your video Arabian Nights.

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  • Kunsak Kudesri

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    **.Best arabian lounge music – Arabian Nights.**
    ……….เผยแพร่เมื่อ 10 มิ.ย. 2013
    Lounge Music from Arabian Nights: feel the magic atmosphere…

    visit our page on facebook
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    The Ritual
    Mistery Sands (05:21 )
    Mirage ( 12:51 )
    The Shadow Of The Spyhnx ( 17:42 )
    Egyptian Line ( 25:07 )
    Mind Excursion ( 32:18 )
    Pyramid’s Secret ( 36:51 )
    Voices Of The Nile ( 45:06 )
    Rabat ( 52:40 )
    Oasis ( 57:31 )
    Chant De Djaoma ( 01:05:29 )
    Ammon-Ra ( 01:11:09 )
    Quabbalah Scienza Esoterica ( 01:18:12 )
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  • proud Arab

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    Its mixed with another language. Not pure Arabic.

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  • boengiu iuliana

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    This to :)) Thanks my good friend;))

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  • Rachid Catte

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    Viva barsa

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  • Richard C Joseph

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    Thanks,

    Its nice, it is uplifting and peppy…Thanks for sharing.

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  • Goran Pocem

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    Best arabian lounge music – Arabian Nights

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  • GANANG DEKARTZ

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    Senam pagi a la Arab. Haha….

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  • harold wallace

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    mirage

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  • Maria Claudia Almajid

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    very good!

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  • Yasir M

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    Fucking hate this Shit

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  • Season Yu

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    just music is no borders

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  • Lolyta Tilo

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  • Eveline Schwab

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  • MoroccansAreBlackAfricans

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    love arabian music :)

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  • Lumijakere Rroma

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    nice mix i like it ,

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  • Sheila Karr

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    i bet this makes ISIS crazy, yeah crazy for some passion!

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  • Mar Lerma

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    not even arabic” but nice mix…

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  • doni jaya jaya

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    this is very creatif and very very hight sennse of human planet !!

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  • AndreasTabasko

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    I am not even close to arabic culture. I am from Ukraine (catholic), But
    this music is so awesome… Like arabic tunes..Not all of them – but those
    Lounge and Chill Out are wonderful !!!

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  • tawray

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    i dream of you always my love ,oh princess of the nile oh the memories how
    can i forget .

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  • jjcbss

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    @azucar29 Yes, me too.

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  • Mai Sirry

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    I wish I was born during her era… to experience the stillness of the
    streets of Cairo, where every man, woman and child would stop everything to
    listen. No cars, no people, nothing on the streets. Legendary,
    irreplaceable, majestic Star of the East… “The night starts to become
    longer than its hours”

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  • Hanaa Moussa

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    A voice from heaven in my heart and soul for ever

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  • Othman Al Amrani

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    أشكرك حبيبي

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  • j22w7w7

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    ايه الروعة والجمال ده يا مصريين طول عمركم وانتم فنانين . واللمعابد
    المصريةالقديمة تشهد بكده الله يرحم كل من ساهم فى عمل شئ جميل اسعد به الناس
    - Oum Kalthoum أمّ كلثوم

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  • seh337

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    A true diva, the queen of Egypt and a light to the Arab nation. Fakarouni
    is her best…

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  • ameeroshxkr

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    which concert was that .can you tell me please ?

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  • Jack1fernando1cindy

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    @tmsar agree

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  • tawray

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    the tears that flows ,oh mother of egypt ,we long for your love ,we
    remember the nights of tenderness oh my love,forever ya om.

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  • tawray

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    Your spirit and your voice meanders all over the world ,theworld has not
    and will never forget you Princess .Forever we love you.

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  • seh337

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    Growing up in Morocco I realize now how I miss Om Kalthoum’s voice – her
    long concerts at which she sung and how we all hung on her every word. Om
    represented a world which no longer exists – the co-existence of Jew and
    Arab – her voice uniting us all. I cannot express how sad I feel when I see
    and hear this. So many of us in Israel resonate with her voice. Fakarouni
    is my favorite of all her songs…

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  • FC13014

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    Merci Mme Oum Kalsoum, Repose en paix, en ce mois bénit du Ramadhan.

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