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Fingers used to pluck strings (like how the hammer 17- Daff Similar to Riqq, but has different leather and plasticPercussion instrument 18- Khil-Khal Belly dancers use this on feet Percussion1)Percussion:The Qas'ahThe Tabl BaladiDarbukaSajatMihbajThe RiqqThe NaqarrahThe DaffKhil-khal: Ankle percussion instrument.2)String:The RababahThe BuzuqThe QanunOud 3)Wind:The MinjayiraMizmarMizwid-Similar to Scottish bagpipes-.The Nay:
The Qas'ah: percussion.The Rababah: string instrumentThe Minjayira: Wind instrumentThe Tabl Baladi: Percussion.Mizmar: wind.Darbuka: percussion.Mizwid: wind -Similar to Scottish bagpipes-.Sajat: percussion.Mihbaj: Percussion.The Riqq: percussion.The Buzuq: String instrument.The Nay: Wind.The Naqarrah: Percussions.The Qanun: String.The Daff: Percussion.Khil-khal: Ankle percussion instrument.Question 5. Arab Cinema: early days of Arab cinema and movie theatres - schools of Arab cinema: (1) Hollywood genre (started in 1933 and dominated in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s; (2) Socially Conscious and “Realist cinema” started in 1950s, became dominant in the 1960s; important Arab movie directors – centrality of the Egyptian movie industry – important actors of the Arab silver screen (1933-1965) – importance of director Youssef Chahine.Egypt always dominated Arab movie industry with its prolific production of mass audience films, on the same lines as those of HollywoodHistory of Egyptian Cinema1897 - movie theatres start in Alexandria, Egypt. The French company Pathé opens a regular movie theatre in Cairo in 1906 1908, five cinemas in Cairo and Alexandria1917, 80 movie theatres opened in Egypt 1927, most Arab countries have a dozen movie theatres each, showing European and American films
1925 - The Bank of Egypt under Talaat Harb begins investment in cinema and establishes the Misr Company for Cinema and Performance 1925-1927 - Egypt produces short films and one long feature movie every coupleof years1928 - two feature films produced per year in Egypt Egypt’s cinema took off with the introduction of sound in 19321934 - Talaat Harb launches Studio Misr; ushered in rapid development of Egypt’s film industryAhmad Badrakhan, Niyazi Mustafa became important directors of Arab movies1936 - Production in Egypt increased from six films in 1933 to 17 in 1936 and stars’ salaries rose dramatically Arab Movie GenresPopular cinema - late 1940s, Arab cinema developed around four key genres - Musical, Melodrama, Farce, and AdventureThe musical/comedy was the first major genre in Egypt Later, farce and melodrama were added. Melodrama consisted of seduction, implied rape, adultery, murder and suicideEgyptian film industry borrowed heavily from Hollywood for its entertaining mixture. Every film contained funny situations and events, fairy tale stories in the style of Arabian Nights, sentimental narratives and unlucky love stories, interspersed with music and dance, with an obligatory happy ending

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