Jafar hassan biography of rory
After Daesh, ruined Raqqa fears new strife. I would also like to hear the rest of the album. These five tunes have really impressed me.
Hassan served as minister of planning and international cooperation from December until April Between andhe served as director of the international affairs department at the Royal Hashemite Court. To send your articlesplease do email: Skip to main content.
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RJ new security measures delayed to January. He later studied violinviola and voice at the Institute of Fine Arts in Baghdad, where he later became a professor and head of the Department of Music.
He has also played in neighboring Kuwait and Syriaas well as Yemen where he is a member of the Federation of Yemeni artists. His music sounded unlike anything else of what little I have been able to find from Iraq during that time period all of which was recorded in France.
The re is almost no mention of this album on his website, except only briefly on the biography page Google translator: Also on his website, there is a page of his press clippingsbut there is a 11 year gap from and Also, there is very little information on the record itself. There is no indication of a record lable, but there is a catalog number.
On the front cover, there seems to be something covering the right top corner, where the record company logo may have been and was printed over. The record was most likely pressed in East Berlingiven that Hassan was supposedly a mouthpiece for the Iraqi Socialist movement just a few years before Saddam Hussein came to power. Also, the design of the almost all red cover and the sequence of the catalog number is similar to records from that time period.07 - Biography of Imam Sadiq (as) - Sayed Ammar Nakshawani - Ramzan 1432AH 2011
But to make matters more puzzling, the liner notes are in Arabic and English: He is considered to be one of the first young Iraqi singers who devoted their songs to serve the mentioned themes.
Which begs the question, who was the intended audience for this record? Was it released, or at least distributed, in Iraq?
Or, perhaps was this release for Iraqis living outside of Iraq? I f you have any further information, please contact me. Thanks to Mark Gergis for his help and information. Catalog number 8 95 The Choubi Choubi compilation is one of my favourites.
Great that you have managed to gather all this imformation. I would also like to hear the rest of the album.