10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QASIDA»
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Ostensibly a meditation on the elusive pre-Islamic Arabic qasida, or ode, this aphoristic essay by the Israeli poet and musician Harold Schimmel sketches a detailed and tactile poetics of vision and recollection.
Modern Arabic Poetry: 1800 - 1970 ; the Development of Its ...
The revival of the classical qasida by neo-classical poets began in Egypt and the
Arab world when the revival of the Arab- Islamic heritage was considered the
best response to the foreign, hostile and invading Christian European culture.
Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature
al-Mu'allaqat categories; it starts with a naslb (see qasida) which develops into a
vivid portrayal of a series of erotic adventures in fakhr rather than in naslb style.
The second half of the poem is made up of the description of a horse in a hunting
Julie Scott Meisami, Paul Starkey, 1998
Medieval Arabic Praise Poetry: Ibn Al-Rūmī and the Patron's ...
THE. FORM. The. Abbnsid. praise. qasida. Of all verse dedicated to Abbasid
caliphs, governors, generals and scribes, only a part represented the ceremonial
genres ofmadih 1panegyric1 and ritha' 1lament1; the remainder included the ...
Hispano-Arabic Poetry: A Student Anthology
The opening section of a qasida, traditionally occupied in pre-Islamic poetry by
an elegy over a past love affair. nauriyya. A short poem devoted to the floral
theme. Neoclassical. A term applied to poets such as Abu Tammam, Buhturi, and
The Poetics of Islamic Legitimacy: Myth, Gender, and ...
Thus, as embodied in the elegiac prelude-journey-praise (nasib- rahil-madib)
form of the classical qasida, the ritual structure gives expression first to Kacb ibn
Zuhayr's political conversion from his tribe to Muhammad, in terms analogous to ...
Suzanne Pinckney Stetkevych, 2002
Studies in Arabic Literature, Qasida
Poetry in Islamic Asia ...
This two-volume publication provides a unique introduction to the qadisa, a major poetic genre current in Islamic literatures from medieval times to the present; it comprises a volume of papers and an accompanying anthology of 50 poems in ...
Stefan Sperl, Chr Shackle, 1996
The Literature of Al-Andalus
CHAPTER 9 THE QASIDA Beatrice Gruendler The qasida belongs to those
crucial areas in which the Andalusian literary universe is an extension of the
classical Arabic one. The qasida is a formal multithematic ode addressed to a
member of ...
María Rosa Menocal, Raymond P. Scheindlin, Michael Sells, 2006
The Cambridge History of Iran
son and wife, for instance, and on the murder of a scholar during the Ghuzz
incursion; they are present when he meditates on the transience of the things of
this world in the qasida on the ruins of Ctesiphon, when he is suffering from
J. A. Boyle, John Andrew Boyle, 1968
Women, the Recited Qur’an, and Islamic Music in Indonesia
who participated in a qasida contest on the campus of Pondok Pesantren
Darunajah, the largest Islamic boarding school in the Jakarta metropolitan area.
28 Although the campus is coed, and events I had previously attended there had
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QASIDA»
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Carnegie Hall 2015–2016 Announces World Music Program
... in a double-bill; and Qasida, bringing together musicians from Spain and Iran, led by vocalists Rosario Guerrero “La Tremendita” and Mohammad Motamedi. «World Music Central, Jul 15»
Carnegie Hall Announces 2015-16 Jazz, World & Pop Music Season
On March 18, in Zankel Hall, Qasida brings together musicians from Spain and Iran who expand upon the ancient musical relationships from which flamenco is ... «Broadway World, Jun 15»
A month of fast-selling CDs
They also sought assistance of naat khwans to recite Qasida Burda Sharif and other religious poetry. Their tracks are complemented by devotional videos that ... «The Express Tribune, Jun 15»
Sept poètes arabes distingués à l'ouverture du colloque sur la …
Peu après le coup d'envoi de cette rencontre placée sous le thème ''la qasida populaire révolutionnaire algérienne et arabe, présence et spécificités'', une ... «Algérie Presse Service, Jun 15»
A glimpse at the work of Inayat Khan, a pioneering Indian musician …
The next piece is a qasida, a poetic form, based on the raag Sindhura. This is followed by a Momin ghazal in the same raag. The rendition is quite unlike the ... «Scroll.in, May 15»
On an overcast evening, Urdu poetry soars in Jashn-e-Bahar 2015
Oman Salim Al-Aidroos from Saudi Arabia read out a qasida, a poem of praise, for Indo-Arab friendship. Zhang Shi Xuan, a 75-year-old poet from Beijing on his ... «Times of India, Apr 15»
Flashback letterario: Imru' al Qays e le mu'allaqat
Oltre a queste mirabolanti leggende, Imru' al-Qays è ritenuto il padre di una delle forme poetiche arabe per eccellenza, la qasida, poema di una certa lunghezza ... «Arabpress, Mar 15»
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She has also used the form of Ghazal and Qasida in her English poetry. Another foreigner is Dr Mohammad Asaduddin from New Delhithe, the head of the ... «DAWN.com, Feb 15»
Special celebration for Calgary Muslim community
The most important is listening to poetry recitation (of) Qasida al Burda Sharif — famous poetry of the 13th century. After the programs in mosques and houses, ... «Calgary Herald, Feb 15»
Amir Khusro-Tuti-e- Hind, an overpass of two cultures, his …
Thus he followed Sa'di in ghazal, Razi Neishapuri and Kamal Ismail in qasida and Nizami in masnawi, in the realms of philosophical and didactic poetry, Sana'I ... «Kashmir Images, Feb 15»