Egyptian Carnaval in Top 10 on Classical & Symphonic charts
Egyptian Carnaval is a symphonic poem illustrating a year of struggle of the Egyptian people ending with 4 great days from 30 June to 3 July 2013. About 30 million Egyptian citizens went down the streets to show their solidarity against the new regime that took power after the January revolution 2011. The president refused to step down. Instead, he threatened that there will be blood shed.
The Egyptian army intervened to save the country and prevent civil war. Egypt celebrated that night with moments of overwhelming joy.
Thanks to all listeners and to all supporters of free Egypt.
Posted November 2, 2013
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Jubilant Egypt #1 on Main Classical chart
Good News, "Jubilant Egypt" has reached the top of the main classical chart, thanks to all listeners. Interestingly, the common keyword used in the comments on this music was "uplifting". In fact, this is one of the rarest "moods" of music and also hardest to compose. It is really rewarding and, in contrast to other "moods", gives a positive feeling of achievement compared to "sad", "romantic" or "dramatic" for example. Thanks again to all friends and artists who cared to listen to "Jubilant Egypt".
My best wishes to all.
Ousama Afifi, EG Music.
Jubilant Egypt #1 on Classical General chart
Jubilant Egypt is a cheerful music expressing celebrating atmosphere "supposed" to be there in Egypt after the "success" of its people's revolution in Jan 2011. The words between brackets indicate that the time of real victory has not come yet. However, artist's view of that atmosphere is ready in the background. When time tells us that the revolution has achieved its full goals then it will have reached real success. Thanks for all fellow artists & friends for the kind support, to both the county & the music.
Posted May 11, 2013
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