Cairo, Al Qāhirah, Egypt (1921 – present)
Halim El-Dabh (born March 4, 1921 in Cairo, Egypt) is a music composer, ethnomusicologist and Professor Emeritus. He has written for African instruments and African themes. His works in opera, symphony, ballet, orchestra, chamber and electronic music are inspired from the heart of cultures in Africa and Asia.
El-Dabh is best known as an early pioneer of electro-acoustic music. HIs "Wire Recorder Piece" (1944), produced before the introduction of tape recorders, can be considered the very first piece of Musique… read more
|1||Play on youtube||Wire Recorder Piece||
|2||Leiyla Visitations (Continued)||
|4||Meditation in White Sound||
|5||Symphonies in Sonic Vibration-Spectrum No. 1||
Don't want to see ads? Subscribe now