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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His books were self-published in Aleppo years ago, and I am not sure that he is still alive and the books are available.

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The “Inta Omri” notation is ten pages long. Musjc think that between us we could come up with the sheet music for most pieces.

Best regards to all. Beirut Member Is Offline Mood: 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 enat most reasonably by maqam and composer and mounted, presumably by members who volunteer to maintain the archive.

Culturaly, there is no “complete” ressource online of Oriental Music scores, which would make this one a good reference for people anywhere.

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For those interested in songs by great composers of a previous generation, including Sayyid Darwish, Da’ud Husni, Abduh al-Hamuli, and Zakariya Ahmad, a good anthology is “Turathuna al-musiqi” by Mahmud ‘Ajjan published in Damascus by Dar Tlas in Samir, the pieces in this collection are in the standard Arab notation for a solo instrument playable on the oud, qanun, violin, nay.


Sorry for the delay. Yes, Brian, it was great Sheeh out these posts, it explains a secret I’ve been holding for a while http: Sorry Mike you make us feel so much at home that we neta forget that we are all your guest. I can comment about some of the collections of Arab music notations that are useful. And if you think it is odd to find “Johnny Guitar” in a traditional Arab music anthology, what about this one Munir Bashir playing Johnny Guitar.

,usic believe that the “Library Project” is worth being considered. I’ll get some pics up if I shert. Not working for me, i’ll try again later. The four-volume method by the Syrian oud player Fu’ad Mahfuz “Ta’lim al-‘ud” also includes many pieces, but I don’t believe that it has been reprinted since ormi first came out in the s. The notation for “Inta Omri” appears emta the book ‘Alhan khalida,’ an antholgoy of musical pieces edited by Ibrahim Ghrayyib published in Beirut in by Dar Maktabat al-Hayat.

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.


Spain Member Is Offline Mood: Where did you go exactly. I don’t speak Arab,but I can understand french. Enha figure that’s a good start. Some web sites have free sheet music that can be downloaded, although the online sources for Arab music are currently far inferior to what is available for Turkish music. Something on this order would require a dedicated space on the site that goes beyond a single thread.

Absolutly right it is up to Mike to decide on this matter. Wouldn’t mind seeing a few photos of your trip posted here. It is very difficult to find. The best bet is to look for more recently published sheeg that can be purchased through online stores like adabwafan.

It would be nice, of course, to have a broad-based online library of Arab music notations.

Many Music books can be bought online on most are arabic, but a emta sheet is a music sheet http: I dropped today in a music store and found that they have a lot of many new music sheets books and many new reprints. Link to Arabic Lyrics of “Inta Omri”: Sounds like you had a great trip!

Abd al-Mun’im Arafah’s now classic “Dirasat al-‘ud” was recently reprinted in Cairo.