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Traditional music returns in Syria's war torn Aleppo
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14 February 2018
On 14 February 2018 Reuters reported:
Traditional musicians in Syria's Aleppo say their art is flourishing again 13 months after fighting in the city ended, as new students learn the techniques of 'Qoudud' singing. At the National Choral Institute in Aleppo, singing coach Ahmed Kedah said he has between 30 and 50 pupils, including both school children and university students. The Qoudud style has a long history in Aleppo and is famous across Syria.
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