Moshe Morad travels to Jordan. 2/2. Moshe is in the capital, Amman, where he records live sessions with some of Jordan's up-and-coming young groups.
Moshe Morad travels to Jordan.
2/2. Moshe is in the capital, Amman, where he records live sessions with some of Jordan's up-and-coming young groups.
The music reflects Jordan's reputation as a young state surrounded by countries with rich and highly developed musical traditions. Here Jordanians, Iraqis and Palestinians fuse classic Arabic songs with more contemporary sounds and instruments.
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Amman’s central mosque square.
Moshe Morad introduces the programme from Amman’s central mosque square.
Jordan’s café society.
Moshe talks to Ilham Al Madfai and his son about Jordan’s café society.
Jordan’s new musical talents.
At Café Khuttar, where we hear some of Jordan’s new musical talents.
We hear Toni Qattan recorded live especially for World Routes at Cafe Khuttar in Amman.
A favourite hummus eatery.
Moshe and Mohammed at “Hashem”, King Hussein’s favourite hummus eatery.
Back at cafe Khuttar we hear Taufiq Dalu, a young Jordanian star.
Jordan’s history and music.
Moshe at café Khuttar talks about Jordan’s history and music.
Shou Al Ayam.
Moshe talks to members of Shou Al Ayam about their musical fusion.
Rising star Tony Qattan.
The concert at Café Khuttar in Amman ends with Palestinian rising star Tony Qattan.
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