Morocco newspaper | “Love” by Haitham El-Hadiri and the sounds of “Tunisia Opera”: God is love and music identifies with his spirit and love

God is love, God is a sweet word in the hearts of the humble and on the tongues of the dreamers, God is not a single or monotheistic religion, it is a word of love whose way of expressing it difference

From one nation to another, to man wherever he is on this earth, to man regardless of his color, religion or race, to the tolerant and dreamy man, to the man who accepts and coexists the culture of another . Haitham Al-Hudayri gave his music program “Love”.
“Mahaba” is a Sufi musical performance that sings of the beauty of the Creator and the reverence of the creature, a performance that blurs the boundaries between music and religion, a Tunisian performance that calls for tolerance between religions, bringing Islamic recitals, Christian hymns and Jewish prayers in a single musical performance from Haitham Al-Hadiri’s conception and the presentation of the sounds of Tunisia’s opera.
God gave love and music the voice of lovers
Love is a four letter word, his mum is love, his hamah is love, his path is a revelation of the manifestations of love and his loss is Tunisia, the land of the confluence of civilizations and religions, Tunisia is the land of coexistence between civilizations through history. Love for music, and they shared in black and white clothing (two light values ​​that deny all elements of discrimination, as the colors in the dress have their symbols and connotations for people).
The melodic rhythms of the violin burst forth, an enchanting gentle wizard announcing to the audience that the date began with love, so leave your thoughts aside and let your souls go to travel to more beautiful and wider worlds. .
Choir voices rise, rhythms and voices resonate with church hymns, for a moment you will feel that you are in the church praying and holding the Bible, listening to the hymns before they sing “The full moon has risen over us , from the folds. of farewell. ” Al-Hudayri mixed Islamic religious words with Christian hymns to address the soul and call on the humanity of man Just to listen. Music is a balm for the soul. Haitham Al-Hudayri is the ride to slander all religions, listen to their beautiful soul, and present his musical performance, “Mahaba”, lovingly written.
Musical rhythms mix with choral voices, the piano writes his very humble prayers, listens more deeply to his seductive classical music, then his friend the Arabian beats him, and together they write a Western Arabic musical Iyad that identifies with the song “The night is bright, with the moon and its stars, and I’m bright with my Sheikh Baba Salloma. “Tunisian lyrics, Arabic music mixed with Western classical rhythms, transcend the soul and leave it a space for travel. The” shofar “compensated by the flute and clarinets in the show, a musical tour that brings religions together, notes that reveal the beauty of music when it addresses the soul and breaks down the barriers of religious extremism.
“Mahabah” is a Sufi musical performance, a Tunisian performance celebrating music and people, a tour of the Sufi music scene, Islamic songs and performances presented by the choir in absolute reverence. In “My Moulay I Babak”, the tashweeh accompanies the Tunisian audience during the month of Ramadan, a Sufi musical material adapted by Haitham Al-Hadiri and the musical group. Al-Hudairi, for mixing religions and their rhythms, addresses the soul and listens to people, believing in the peaceful coexistence of all religions.
Many religions and one person
Music has no limits. Music is the voice of angels and the dance of truth. For music, geographical, religious and ethnic boundaries are denied. Only music is able to mix cultures and religions in a distinctive and unified note. To announce that the time for reverence has come and they are singing, “O kind-hearted, we asked you with the Qur’an and whoever descended on it, God is good to his servants, oh my ultimate hope, and the treasure of my hope, O my mayor in my strength and prosperity.
This same deity addresses himself to the Christian in the same rhythms of the bender that mixes with the fineness of the cello and the violin: “Where I go from your soul and you are present wherever it is, where I hide from you I have taken the wings of the morning, there your heart inspires me, and as I dwell in the ends of the water, your right hand holds me, you ”Lord knows me, and every step from my footsteps, your knowledge is a companion that my Lord does not understand, and it is surprisingly beyond my ability. ”
And the Jewish text has its presence, the music differs, so the sound of the flute is more pronounced, the voices are louder, and the notes rise as if it were the sound of “cares” begging to its Lord in humility and song. in a melodious voice: “Lord of all the worlds, may I be pleased with you (O) Jehovah our God and the God of our fathers, through the intercession of the Song of Songs that we read, And He who is the Most Holy of Saints, through the intercession of His verses, the intercession of His chapters, the intercession of His letters, the intercession of His formation, and the intercession of His intonations, expressions, symbols, sacred secrets, and the pure and frightening that emanate from it. We sing the songs as if we have reached all the wonderful and terrifying secrets that are sealed and hidden in all its folds. ” This deity is prayed to by Africans by singing, they approach him by dancing and very loud rhythms as he presented on the stage of the stage of the regions.
God is the One, to Him travels the humble voices that carry their holy book with its difference from the Koran to the Torah and the Gospels, the heavenly books have differed and with it the method of approaching God, but what is agreed upon is the ability of music to penetrate the heart and create a joyful and distinctive world.The audience understands some hymns or prayers, but the message of the music touches the hearts and speaks to the soul around the culture of love between religions to spread on the rocks and with musical rhythms hymns of prayers in various ways to spread love.

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