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Syrian band brings music of Aleppo to Berlin
by Jona Kallgren
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2 January 2017
On 2 January 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Instead of bombs there were beats. Guitars took over for guns. And there were cheers, not screams. But Aleppo was never far from the minds of the band Musiqana and the crowd at its record release concert in Berlin. 'I didn't know if I should cry or be happy,' said Samaa Hijazi, a 20-year-old medical student has been in Germany about five years but grew up in Syria. 'I was thinking about the times my father sang these songs. I sang them together with my brother. And they are all still in Syria.' Lead singer Abdallah Rahhal, 28, is an Aleppo native, and the band's music is the city's version of Arab Tarab, a traditional Arab music often referred to as 'musical euphoria,' with emotional and poetic lyrics.
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