Dance Of The Invisible Dervishes – Dhafer Youssef

Take a trip down memory lane and savour Dhafer Youssef’s vibrant full concert along with his Septet, the Divine Shadows Strings and Tunisian Poet Sghair Ouled Ahmed during Carthage International Fest’s closing night.

“Dance of the Invisible Dervishes” is a 2011 creation by the composer, vocalist, and oud master Dhafer Youssef. It regroups all his works between his first album, “Malak”, and his sixth, “Birds Requiem”. It is performed by his classic quintet (Oud, Piano, Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar) supplemented by a Clarinet, Kanun and Strings ensemble. Dhafer Youssef’s special touch in this project is to unite electronic music, of which he is considered an avant-garde artist since his albums “Digital Prophecy”, “Electric Sufi” and “Divine Shadows”, with acoustic work, based on what he had started in 2009 with the Abu Nawas Rhapsody Quartet.”

Remontez le fil du temps et savourez le vibrant concert livré par Dhafer Youssef à l’occasion de la clôture du Festival International de Carthage aux cotés de son Septet, du Divine Shadows strings et du Poète Tunisien Sghair Ouled Ahmed.

“Dance of the Invisible Dervishes” est une création du compositeur, vocaliste et maître oudiste Dhafer Youssef. Ce projet datant de 2011 regroupe tous ses travaux, depuis son premier album “Malak” jusqu’à son sixième, “Birds Requiem”. Il est interprété par son quintet classique (Oud, Piano, Basse, Batterie, Guitare électrique) complété par un ensemble Clarinette, Kanun et Cordes.
L’approche artistique unique de Dhafer Youssef dans cette oeuvre est d’unir la musique électronique, dont il est considéré comme un avant-gardiste depuis ses disques «Digital Prophecy», «Electric Sufi» et «Divine Shadows», avec un travail acoustique, basé sur ce qu’il avait débuté en 2009 avec le «Abu Nawas Rhapsody quartet».

Dhafer Youssef performed at Festival International de Carthage, Tunisia 2012. Composed and arranged by Dhafer Youssef, except Orchestral pieces arranged by kjetil Bjorkstrand (27th Ethos, divine shadows, Miel et cendre, Cantus Lamentus, wind and shadows, Rehla)

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