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Music (dancefloor, Gnawa, rai)
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Amïra Saqati was founded by members of the successful Moroccan underground trance band "Aisha Kandisha’s Jarring Effects". The group blends Moroccan and North-African music traditions (Raï, Gnawa, Berber music, Jeel) with western dance and ambient sounds. Synthesizers and...

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Musik (Dancefloor, Gnawa, Rai)

Unter dem Namen Amïra Saqati haben sich Mitglieder der erfolgreichen marokkanischen Underground-Trance-Band "Aisha Kandisha’s Jarring Effects" neu zusammengefunden. Amïra Saqati mischt marokkanische und nordafrikanische Musiktraditionen (Rai, Gnawa, Berbermusik, Jeel) mit...

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Malika Ait-Zouin , Malika Mahjoubi , Fatima Bakkou , Halima Chamkhi , Fatima Malih
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tradition
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Music (Chaâbi)
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The five musicians and singers of B´Net Marrakesh - ´The Daughters of Marrakesh´ in translation - grew up in l´Houra, a Berber region south of Marrakesh in Morocco. Today they live in Marrakesh. They have been singing together for 15 years - at weddings, births, circumcisions and at the Islam...

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Tradition
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Musik (Chaâbi)

Der Gesang der fünf Musikerinnen von B'Net Marrakech spiegelt den besonderen Charkter der berberisch-marokkanischen Musiktradition wider. Die Musikerinnen leben und arbeiten in Marrakesch.

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 B'Net Marrakech

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colonialism, dictatorship, dream, gender, Islam, post-colonialism, sexuality
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Written and spoken word (essay, novel, poem)
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Tahar Ben Jelloun, whose work has been translated into numerous languages, is considered the most important writer of Francophone literature from the Maghreb.  He was awarded the Prix Goncourt in 1987 for his novel, "The Sacred Night.” Ben Jelloun moved to Paris in 1971, where he is...

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Diktatur, Gender, Islam, Kolonialismus, Postkolonialismus, Sexualität, Traum
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Essay, Gedicht, Roman)

Der 1944 in Fes, Marokko, geborene Tahar Ben Jelloun gilt als der bedeutendste Vertreter der französischsprachigen Literatur aus dem Maghreb, dessen Werk in zahlreiche Sprachen übersetzt wurde. Für seinen Roman „Nacht der Unschuld“ wurde er 1987 mit dem Prix Goncourt ausgezeichnet....

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Visual Arts (painting)
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Ahmed Cherkaoui was born in 1934 in Boujad in Morocco , lived after 1956 mainly in France, but died in 1967 in Casablanca. He was one of the key modernist painters from Morocco after independence. His large-scale abstract and seemingly symbolical works combine very various influences, ranging from...

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Bildende Kunst (Malerei)

Ahmed Cherkaoui wurde 1934 in Boujad in Marokko geboren, lebte jedoch seit 1956 überwiegend in Frankreich. Er starb 1967 in Casablanca. Cherkaoui gehört zu den wichtigsten modernen Malern in Marokko nach der Unabhängigkeit. Seine großformatigen abstrakten, symbolhaft...

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Abderrahim Akkaoui , Pat Jabbar
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Music (chill-out, rai, trance)
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Dar Beida 04, the new project of the Moroccan artists Ahderrahim Akkaoui and Pat Jabbar, combines trance rhythms, chill-out sounds, rai and traditional Moroccan music.

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Musik (Chill-out, Rai, Trance)

Dar Beida 04, das neueste Projekt von Abderrahim Akkaoui und Pat Jabbar, vereint auf dem neuen Album Trance-Rhythmen, Chill-Out-Sounds, Raï und traditionelle marokkanische Musik.

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communication
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Performing Arts (performance)
Visual Arts (installation art, painting, photography, video art)
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In 1993 the Moroccan Mounir Fatmi declared his death as a painter and has since worked with a video- and still-camera in installations and performances on the theme of impossible communication.

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Zur deutsch-marokkanischen Gruppe "Gnawa Impulse" - gegründet 1998 von Philippe Massy - gehören die drei traditionellen Gnawa-Musiker Abdenbi Binizi, Samir Zgarhi und Majid Karadi sowie die Berliner Szene-Musiker Jan-Claudius Rase und David Beck.

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modernity, ritual, tradition, trance
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Music (Gnawa-fusion)
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The word ´gnawa´ in the Maghreb stands both for a musical genre and for the musicians after whom it was named. Born in 1963 in Morocco, Hassan Hakmoun has done more than any other musician to spread its fame.

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Moderne, Ritual, Tradition, Trance
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Musik (Gnawa-Fusion)

Das Wort Gnawa steht im Maghreb sowohl für ein musikalisches Genre als auch für die Musiker, auf die es zurückgeht. Hassan Hakmoun (geb. 1963) ist der Gnawa-Musiker aus Marokko, der die Tradition seiner Heimat am weitesten in die Welt hinaus getragen hat.

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Magic, ritual, tradition
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Music (traditional African music)
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Cherifa Kersit was born in 1967 in Tazrut Mu Uxbu in the area of Khénifra. Cherifa started training her voice when she was a little girl looking after her herd. At sixteen she started singing at weddings and local festivals and events. The natural talent of her voice has put Cherifa Kersit...

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Musik (Chaâbi, Gnawa, Rai)

Der Musiker El-Houssaine Kili wurde 1955 in Agadir, Marokko, geboren. 1984 ging er nach Deutschland und wurde Mitglied der Band „Dissidenten“. Seine erste Solo-CD „Safran“ veröffentlichte er 1999. Vier Jahre später kam mit „Mountain to Mohamed“ seine zweite CD heraus. Kili orientiert sich...

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Music (break beat, garage beat, Gnawa, house, techno)
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Musik (Break Beat, Garage Beat, Gnawa, House, Techno)

Techno und House, Drum'n'Bass, Garage, HipHop, Dub. Die Musik von MoMo klingt zunächst nach urbanem Dancefloor, wie man ihn aus den europäischen Metropolen kennt, ursprünglich aber kommt die Musik aus Marokko. Dar Music nennen die drei Musiker von MoMo -- Lahcen Lahbib, Farid Nainia...

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