Omar Bashir
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1970-05-01
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Omar Bashir

Omar Bashir Biography (Wikipedia)

Omar Bashir (Arabic: عمر بشير‎) is an Iraqi-Hungarian musician. His father, Munir Bashir, was considered to be the supreme master of the Arab maqamat scale system.

Omar Bashir was born in Budapest in 1970, and started playing the oud with his father at the age of five. He joined the Baghdad Music and Ballet School and eventually created his own band, which toured in many countries. In 1991, he left for Budapest and joined the Franz Liszt Academy.

Omar performed as a soloist and with his father Munir until his death in 1997. During his career, he toured many countries and released more than 19 albums. His music is a mix of traditional Arabic music with a jazz-like improvisation.

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Maqam Flamenco
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Rumba Oud
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Ambient Oud
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