Topic: Arab Music

Cover of an Orphaned Land CD

Heavy Metal Unites Jews and Muslims across the Middle East

Peaceful Co-existence as a Real Possibility

Malek Jandali during a concert outside the White House (photo: Malek Jandali)

Interview with the Syrian composer Malek Jandali

''A free Syria can only exist without Assad''

Michèle Claude and the Ensemble Aromates (photo: Michèle Claude)

Interview with Michèle Claude

The Wonderful World of Muwashshahat

Günther Hasenkamp (photo: Goethe Institute Cairo)

The Cultural Scene in Egypt

Creative Artists Are the Motor for Change

Mass protests at Tahrir Square in Cairo, 2011 (photo: dpa)

The Soundtrack of the Arab Spring

Pop, Pathos, and Poetry

Interview with Mohamed El Deeb

Protest through Songs and Poetry

Massive Scar Era (photo: Mascara)

Massive Scar Era

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Women's Heavy Metal from Alexandria

Young musicians on Tahrir Square in Cairo (photo: AP)

Social Protest and Young Arab Art

Winds of Change

teenagers in Cairo (photo: AP)

Arian Fariborz: ''Rock the Kasbah''

Pop Music and Protests in the Islamic World

Kristjan Järvi and the Absolute Ensemble (photo: PR)

Daniel Schnyder, the Absolute Ensemble & Marcel Khalifé

Marriage of East-West Music on the Hudson

Daniel Barenboim (photo: AP)

Barenboim Conducts Mozart in Gaza

Mozart Sounds Like an Arab Love Song

The National Youth Orchestra of Iraq (photo: NYOI)

Iraq's First Youth Orchestra

A Symbol of Peace in A Divided Nation

Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Jordi Savall and Montserrat Figueras

Jerusalem, City of Two Peaces

Rabih Abou-Khalil (photo: levinson-concerts.com)

Rabih Abou-Khalil

"Today's Tradition is Yesterday's Revolution"

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