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George Sawa

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An Arabic Musical and Socio-cultural Glossary of Kitab Al-aghani

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Egyptian Music Appreciation & Practice for Bellydancers

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Rhythmic Theories and Practices in Arabic Writings to 339 AH/950 CE

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Music Performance Practice in the Early ʻAbbāsid Era 132-320 A.H./750-932 A.D.

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