BEYONDMUSIC
Daddou - Heidi AL-Sabban

ABOUT ME

Vocalist based in Cairo, Egypt. I grew up singing and learned to play piano and Oud under the guidance of world renowned oud player Naseer Shamma. I earned my B. A. from the Higher Institute of Arabic music at the Academy of Arts in Egypt.

I like to colaborate and explore new Ideas and I love improvising.
I like to sing Eastern and Turkish styles.. I also like Opera and musicals.. and I'm very interested in Movie Soundtracks... :-)

Cultural background

  • Egypt
  • Syrian Arab Republic

PROJECT MUSIC

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3:24
We Are One
Rona wrote and sang the lyrics to this song like a mantra with a great sense of spirit. With the singing bowls and backing vocals by Heidi and Elly the three created an embracing and warm sacred space of union, love and acceptance. In this day we want to dedicate this song to whom ever lost their loved ones. We Are One and forever united in eternity.
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185 votes
  • Alternative
  • Ambient
  • New Age
  • Religious / Spiritual
  • Ritual
  • World
  • Background vocals
  • Chanting
  • Choir
  • Mezzo-soprano
  • Singer
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Vocal ensemble
  • Guitar
  • Ud / Oud
  • Singing bowl / Rin gong
  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • Netherlands
5:42
Musaik por Tanura
"Musaik por Tanura" is a real meltingpot of different styles and languages, composed by Christian Fotsch: The intro to "Tanura tari Ssassa" was originally composed as film music. The Iraqi dancer Assale Ibrahim later sparked the idea to evolve the song into a Tanura piece (whirling dance). Thus, an expedition through fragments of Armenian, Spanish, Arabian and Roma elements arose. In the lyrical Spanish part "Letra por Martinetes", Miguel develops the narrative of the Indian "Arai", who was born into a wealthy family clan, but who now prefers to live as a poor yet free gitano. In Romanes, Denis then poetically compares the countenance of his fair maiden with the bright shine of the moon. The last, uptempo part of the song explores in Spanish the exciting meanderings of courtship, and how to - finally - win over the heart of the beloved one. Daddou, the Egyptian singer, expresses with her wonderfully ornamented singing unconditional love.
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139 votes
  • Arabic
  • Flamenco
  • Fusion
  • Gypsy
  • Improvisational
  • Instrumental
  • Religious / Spiritual
  • Vocal
  • World
  • Background vocals
  • Mezzo-soprano
  • Singer
  • Tenor
  • Bass guitar
  • Cello
  • Cumbus
  • Flamenco guitar
  • Darabukka
  • Dombak
  • Duff
  • Duduk
  • Zurna
  • Trumpet
  • DJ setup
  • Armenia
  • Egypt
  • Macedonia
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
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