Malek Jandali’s “Freedom” (Qashoush Symphony) مالك جندلي حرية سيمفونية القاشوش

Malek Jandali (Arabicمالك جندلي‎) was born in Germany in 1972 & raised in Homs. He is a Syrian composer and pianist who began his musical career as a pianist, winning the first prize at the National Young Artists’ competition of Syria in 1988. He’s considered to be among the most versatile and creative musicians in the Arab world. He is the first Syrian and only Arab musician to arrange music based on the oldest music notation in the world, which was discovered in the Bronze Age city of Ugarit, Syria.

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Pierre Joris

Pierre Joris is a poet, translator, essayist & anthologist who has published more than 50 books, most recently, Meditations on the Stations of Mansur al-Hallaj (poems) from Chax Press and The University of California Book of North African Literature (volume 4 in the Poems for the Millennium series), coedited with Habib Tengour. Exile is My Trade: A Habib Tengour Reader edited & translated by Joris, and Pierre Joris: Cartographies of the In-between, essays on Joris’ work edited by Peter Cockelbergh, came out in 2012. Forthcoming are Barzakh — Poems 2000-2012 (Black Widow Press) & Breathturn Into Timestead:The Collected Later Poems of Paul Celan (FSG).

2 opinions on “Malek Jandali’s “Freedom” (Qashoush Symphony) مالك جندلي حرية سيمفونية القاشوش”

  1. الفنان مالك أنا مدرسة بيانو ومعجبة جداً بسمفونيةالحرية الرائعة واتمنى لو أني استطيع ان احصل على نوت للبيانو كي نتمكن من عزفها بحفلة البيانو للطلاب اشكر تعاونك ووفقك الله رافع راس سوريا

  2. أتمنى لو أمكنني الحصول على النوتات للكمان، ابنتي ترغب في عزف السمفونية في حفل المدرسة وهي تعزف ألة الكمان

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