Good Evening Everyone,
I hope you are all having a great and productive week so far!
Today’s new #MTSTPBlog Beautiful Sound Traditions song is a special one that reflects on a trip overseas that I made many years ago.
In a previous blog entry, I think I mentioned that I did a study abroad semester in Cairo, Egypt.
As awe-inspiring as the ancient sites and structures were, just as amazing and wonderful were the people that I encountered, particularly in Aswan of southern Egypt and in the Sinai Peninsula up north.
The kindness and traditional hospitality that I was shown there was something that I have always remembered and has found its way into a new #MTSTPBlog Beautiful Sound Traditions song.
Sharing stories under the desert moon,
Traditional tea, served in the heat of June…”
“All of mankind,
We are brethren…” – “Nubians & Bedouins” by Rise-Ascend
I hope you all enjoy.
**Image Credit: Ali Hegazy
**Contains some lawfully licensed royalty-free samples
#MTSTPBlog Beautiful Sound Traditions Disclaimer: I am not classically nor traditionally trained in music composition or arrangement and by no means should any of my music, and particularly the #MTSTP Beautiful Sound Traditions series, be considered, referred to, or confused with REAL traditional or classical music. Please make no mistake, the #MTSTPBlog Beautiful Sound Traditions series is only a personal reflection of my love for the traditional, classical and ethnic sounds in music and a means to help encourage those who have developed an intimate connection with our blog to go and experience true, well-defined, developed and timeless traditional music and culture.
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