Cheb sahraoui chab sahraoui et chaba fadela chaba fadila chab sahraoui et chaba fadila






Raï (IPA: ; Arabic: راي ‎), sometimes written rai, is a form of Algerian folk music that which dates back to the 1920s. Singers of Raï are called cheb (Arabic ...

In the years just following World War I, the Algerian city of Oran—known as “little Paris”—was a melting pot of various cultures, full of nightclubs and cabarets; it was the place to go for a bawdy good time. Out of this milieu arose a group of male and female Muslim singers called chioukhs and cheikhates, who rejected the refined, classical poetry of traditional Algerian music. Instead, to the accompaniment of pottery drums and end-blown flutes, they sang about the adversity of urban life in a raw, gritty, sometimes vulgar, and inevitably controversial language that appealed especially to the socially and economically disadvantaged. The cheikhates further departed from tradition in that they performed not only for women but also and especially for men.




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