ASMAR PRODUCTION

FESTIVALS

Music has played an important role in Lebanese cultural and religious traditions for millennia. In addition to the voice, traditional music incorporates instruments such as the oud, the derbake (a kind of drum also known as the tabla), and the nay.

The Lebanese Festival became an annual tradition produced all over the world. It is a combination of the Lebanese food including the famous Lebanese mezze, Dabke dance, and singing varieties through which we return back to the authenticity and to the songs that people loved, to the “Zajal”, “Mijana”, Ataba, Abu El Zulof”… in a time where the word used to have a title and the music used to have an echo and meaning, where the Lebanese song was on the Top.

The Lebanese Festival wouldn’t be complete without the Dabke which is highly performed by our Lebanese Dabke Band. Dabke dance came to be known one of Lebanon's most famous traditions. It is best sang in Lebanese mountain dialects. Dal'ouna and Howaaraa are famous Lebanese dabke songs popularized through out the Levant.

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