Another great success for Syriac Musicâ€™s choir was reaped in front of 800 spectators at the stage of Estrad theatre in SĂ¶dertĂ¤lje-Sweden. The old nostalgic songs from the sixties and the seventies were performed and represented in a modern form by Syriac Musicâ€™s choir in its new concert â€śNostalgic goldâ€™s grains.
O Habibo was the beginning and Malaya the end. While Mi Naâ€™moutho Rhimoli, Deqle o Noqousho, Talo Sagi, Kmisawri lQouli, Talo dshafro and others were the body of the concert.
At the stage of Estrad theatre in SĂ¶dertĂ¤lje â€“ Sweden, the curtain opened at 19:00 oâ€™clock local time to show sixty singers, ten musicians and four soloists standing at the stage to present the harvest of eight months of intensive work.
Some of the originators of the Syriac folk songs like father Georges Chachan (composer), Malfono Chabo BahĂ© (poet) and Malfono Georges Chamoun (poet) attended the concert. They were praised by the choir who sang their songs and by the spectators who applauded a long period of time for their work.
The beautiful performance of the choir was ornamented by the participation of an oriental orchestra. The presence of the famous soloist Ninib Ablahhad Lahdo, Fouad Spir, Sardanapal Asaad and Aboud Zazi gave the concert a beautiful glance.
The program composed of two parts where every soloist presented a solo song in each part. The concert ended with an explosive twenty minutesÂ´ potpourris consisted of a series of temperamental lovely songs like Hema wHayĂ©, Grisha Idi, Taw Nethtayab, Malayya and others. Click here to listen to parts of the potpourris
The concert branded of a neat and careful performance because of the very well organized Syriacmusic choir members. The bigger praise shall be given to the choir leader Issa Habil who could gather all the elements of this great work and realized it.
Syriac music and in order to spread out our beautiful old folk music released a new CD called â€śA nostalgic tripâ€ť. The CD consists of a bouquet of eleven songs has been chosen among the most adorable songs of the sixties and seventies.
Click here to listen to a mixdown from the CD."
By: Elias Zazi