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 Egyptian Culture


Even in pharaonic times music , dancing and entertaining was an important part of Egyptian culture. On many wall reliefs, ceramics, and also on papyrus musicians, dancers and acrobats are painted and give us a good impression of its high level.
To date, music and dance are an essential part of any celebration , especially on the Egyptians favorite occasion: the wedding.

Typical for the oriental sound of the " Baladi " music is the snare drum , which can be tucked under your arm : the "tabla". It specifies the distinctive rhythm.
Furthermore, the simple instruments " Muzmar " and the primitive string instrument " Rebaba " belong to an oriental trio so. A special ring called the Arab lute " Oud " , which is often played solo.
The epitome of oriental dance is the belly dance. Top Egyptian belly dancers were celebrated like pop stars for decades . Everyone knows Fifi Abdu and Dina , the most famous dancers. Women often dance at family celebrations and also Egyptian men won’t pass on an opportunity to dance.
Belly dancers use traditional cymbals " Zagat " to accompany their performance.

Tanoura ( whirling dance ):

A dance of Darwische reserved for men . The dancer turning incessantly in a circle with his costume that opens up. It consists of several layers, which the Darwish takes off after each other and through the constant turning forming figures dancing with it. Tanoura is a unique , typical Egyptian performances , which is part of every Folkloric show . Most popular resources are also umbrellas and drums, with which figures are depicted.