Genre: egyptian traditionalPlay genre
Egyptian traditional music is a genre that has been passed down through generations and is deeply rooted in the country's history and culture. It is characterized by the use of traditional instruments such as the oud, qanun, and ney, as well as percussion instruments like the tabla and daf. The music often features intricate melodies and rhythms, and is known for its emotional and spiritual qualities. It is often associated with religious and ceremonial events, as well as social gatherings and celebrations. Some notable sub-genres within Egyptian traditional music include Nubian music, Bedouin music, and Sufi music.