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ORIENT 2007.
04.05. 19.00 .
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The International Festival
of Oriental Music

R 4 mai kell 19 Estonia Kontserdisaal

KORAANI RETSITATIIVID: HAFIZ SHAMSHER ALAM (Kashmir / India)

ALIM QASIMOVI ANSAMBEL (Aserbaid?aan)

KORAANI RETSITATIIVID: SHAMSHER ALAM. Koraani tekstide retsiteerimine on
levinud muusika?anr islamimaades. Koraani retsitatiividele on pühendatud
arvukalt traktaate, milles on käsitletud araabia keele foneetikat, hääldust,
aktsente, pause, hingamist, millest oleneb interpretatsiooni ilu ja ilmekus.
Koraani tekste esitavad professionaalsed hafizid.

ALIM QASIMOV. Maailma press on ülistanud UNESCO muusikaauhinna laureaadi
Alim Qasimovi maagilist imepärast häält, tehnilist kvaliteeti ja
emotsionaalsust. Ta on hullutanud publikut Aasias, Ameerikas, Euroopas.
Eestis esineb vanameister koos oma tütre Farganaga, kellest on saanud isale
vääriline järglane.

Piletid: Eesti Kontsert, Rahvusooper Estonia, Piletimaailm, Piletilevi.
soodustused enam kui ühe kontserdi külastajatele.


Artistic director Peeter VähiFri May 4th at 7 pm, Estonia Concert Hall, TallinnALIM QASIMOV ENSEMBLE (Azerbaijan)
Alim Qasimov vocal; Fargana Movlamova vocal; Natiq Shirinov nagara-drum; Rauf Islamov kamancha; Eli Esger Mammadov tar
Program: Mugham-improvisations and folks songs from Azerbaijan (Getme-getme, Cahargah, Leyla, Innabi)
Fri May 4th at 7 pm, Estonia Concert Hall, TallinnALIM QASIMOV ENSEMBLE (Azerbaijan)
Alim Qasimov vocal; Fargana Movlamova vocal; Natiq Shirinov nagara-drum; Rauf Islamov kamancha; Eli Esger Mammadov tar
Program: Mugham-improvisations and folks songs from Azerbaijan (Getme-getme, Cahargah, Leyla, Innabi)


RECITATION OF THE HOLY QURAN
Hafiz Shamsher Alam (India)
Program: two first chapters of Qurān al-Fatiha and al-Baqara

The Qurān (القرآن, literally recitation) is the essential sacred book of Islam. Muslims believe the Quran to be the scripture of divine guidance and direction for mankind, consider the text in its original Arabic, to be the literal word of God revealed to Muhammad over a period of 23 years, and view the Quran as Gods final revelation to humanity.
All Muslims must memorize at least some parts of the Qurān, in order to perform their daily prayers. To perform prayer, a mandatory obligation in Islam, a Muslim is required to learn at least some suras of the Qurān (typically starting with the 1st sura al-Fatiha). Until one has learned al-Fatiha, a Muslim can only say phrases like praise be to God during the prayer. The person whose recital repertoire encompasses the whole Qurān is called hafiz (reciter or protector). Muhammad is regarded as the first hafiz. Recitation (تلاوة) of the Qurān is a fine art in the Muslim world. There are several schools of Quranic recitation, all of which are permissible pronunciations of the Uthmanic rasm. Today, 10 canonical and at least 4 non-canonical recitations of the Qurān exist.
Sura al-Fatiha (الفاتحة‎, the opening) is the 1st chapter of the Qurān. Its seven verses are a prayer for Gods guidance and stress the lordship and mercy of God. This chapter has a special role in traditional daily prayers, being recited at the start of each unit of prayer.

Bismillāhi r-rahmāni r-rahīm
Al hamdu lillāhi rabbi l-ālamīn
Ar rahmāni r-rahīm
Māliki yawmi d-dīn
Iyyāka nabudu wa iyyāka nastaīn
Ihdinā s-sirāt al mustaqīm
Sirāt al-ladīna anamta alayhim ġayril maġdūbi alayhim walād dāllīn

In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful:
All the Praises and thanks be to God, the Lord of the Universe.
The Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
Master of the Day of Judgment.
You alone we worship, and You alone we ask for help
Guide us to the straight way;
The way of those whom you have blessed, not of those who have deserved anger, nor of those who stray.

Al-Baqara (the cow) is the 2nd, and the longest chapter of the Qurān with 286 verses. The suras name is in reference to an argument between the prophet Musa (Moses) and the Israelites over a cow they should sacrifice in order to know the murderer of a slain man. It appears to be one of the earliest suras to be mentioned by name in a non-Muslim written sources.



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