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Dabka Chamor - Unknown Artist - Folk Dances (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mar 30,  · Israel folk dance, taken from the album: “” Israeli Folk Dances - Vol.1” 25 traditional authentic Israeli Folk Dances music from famous Israeli folk songs. International, World Fusion.
  2. (AKA "اسطوانات الشرق" / "al-Sharq Records" in Arabic) An Arab-American record label based in Brooklyn. The label was established by the Lebanese immigrant Albert Rashid in Also see اسطوانات الشرق.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dance At The Discotheque on Discogs. Label: Somerset - SF,Somerset - MI • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Easy Listening, Cha-Cha, Smooth Jazz, Swing, Bossa Nova.
  4. Over generations, the dabke dance has become, for some people, a form of creative protest. After the Gaza massacre, which killed more than Palestinians, thirty dancer-activists performed the traditional Palestinian dabke dance in the heart of the British Museum and in a central London Barclays bank.
  5. Oct 19,  · Last updated on Oct 19, This (Levantine Folk also known as DABKA, DABKE or DEBCHA) dance and folk music pertains to countries from the Levant Region which encompasses Palestine, Lebanon.
  6. Dabbke dance has become a symbol of Palestinian music, culture and heritage. This dance is often performed at Arab weddings, festivals, ceremonies, and other special occasions. Dabkeh is a beautiful and highly coordinated dance that requires a great deal of training to and skill to master.
  7. Jul 21,  · Dabke is a Levantine folk dance, which means it originated from a region in the Middle East that includes the countries of Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria. Legend says that people in that region during that era made the roofs of their houses with tree branches and mud.

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