Shop enta omri cairo orchestra sheet music, music books, music scores & more at Sheet Music Plus, the World’s Largest Selection of Sheet Music. [C A Ab Am D Bb G Dm E] ➧ Chords for Enta Omri (Om Kalthoum) Classic Guitar Sheet Music + Tab with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele. Has someone “enta omri´s” musical score?:wavey: Thanx . can be bought online on (most are arabic, but a music sheet is a music sheet).

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I have not seen these books, but they look like good buys. Also Wadi al Safi aheet abdel wahab,I really start with this style many years ago,and now I have a singer which he sings great this songs. Practically, the members are spread all over the world where it is sometimes difficult to get arabic music sheets. I did credit hours of Fusha Arabic study.

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Culturaly, there is no “complete” ressource online of Oriental Music scores, which would make this one a good sheett for people anywhere. And I just ehta that the collection includes Inta omri! I have loved your book of classics, if you can find Alf Leila wa Leila I’d love to the version you have.

One anthology that is well done is the four-volume collection titled “Sharqiyat” issued in by the National Conservatory of Music at Birzeit University.

Mohamed Abdel Wehab Richard http: I believe that the “Library Project” is worth being considered. Best regards to all.

Maybe those who get them can tell us more. Yes, Brian, it was great Not logged in entw Login – Register ]. Thanks Microber, Enta Omri is useful too. While there my host family listened to Oum Kulthoum a lot and I realized I don’t play many of her classics A number of good ones published a while back are now unfortunately either out of print or very hard to find.


Hey guys, Thanks very much for the responses. It would take some planning to set it up in an organized way that makes it user-friendly, especially if it develops into a large project with hundreds of pieces that need to be classified perhaps most reasonably by maqam and composer and mounted, presumably by members who volunteer to maintain the archive.

Our music is like an ocean The same series includes also anthologies of the songs of Fairuz, Farid, Abd al-Wahhab, and Sabah Fakhri, and possibly other artists. His books were self-published in Aleppo years ago, and I am not sure that he is still alive and the books wnta available.

Al Halabi, may be it is too much asking, but a small review and some recommendations from your side musicc what you believe the most interesting would be really great. Books in the Arab world, especially specialised ones with expected small readerships, tend to be issued in small runs and become unavailable relatively quickly. The self-published books of Jabakji are reedited gathering the previous different volumes in one book for each artist from “Dar Al Tourath Al Mousiqi Al Arabi”, which seems the Jabakji House.

I was giving my impression that members have been ormi successful in getting notations from others on the forum when they posted a request. Check out these posts, it explains a secret I’ve been holding for a while http: By the way, we miss mussic friend Al Musiv, hope he’s OK just busy playing his ouds or writing an oriental music encyclopedia, Salam if you read this.


Sounds like you had a great trip! Any help is appreciated, thanks! Spartan thank you I saw that version, but this copy is not very readable to me These books are available for purchase online: There is Enta Umri in our archive if you still need it. If there is general interest in setting up such an archive, we need to hear what Mike thinks of the idea.

It is very difficult to find. Thank you very much please send u2u or e-mail,or just post here. There are no arrangements with separate parts for multiple instruments. Absolutly right it is up to Mike to decide on this matter.

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Not working for me, i’ll try again later. I don’t speak Arab,but I can understand french. All these books are not really expensive which means that the original composers are not getting rights for the publication of their music, add to this that many are traditional and public domain old music, so I think that Al Halabi suggestion of building our eheet “online Library” is a good idea. Regards to all Spyros http: Abd al-Mun’im Arafah’s now classic “Dirasat al-‘ud” was recently reprinted in Cairo.