Songs in standard Arabic أغان بالفصحى

Created by Eagles Hunter on 17 Nov 2018 | Last edited by Eagles Hunter on 30 May 2020

This collection contains song sung in standard Arabic (or MSA) to help those, who are studying Standard Arabic Regular smile
P.S: Religious songs and nashids are excluded here. I may make another collection for them.
Tell me please in comments if you have any other suggestions.

Relatively easy. Suitable to begin with.

Translations:  English French Russian 2 more

A lot of imagery. But words are clear.

Translations:  English French Turkish 5 more

Very sentimental but not so clear and easy to be understood

Translations:  English Transliteration French

Classic Arabic. Hard, but nevertheless so sentimental

Translations:  English Indonesian Russian

Don't panic! the poem is being fully recited in the first 3 min.

Easy for beginners and for children.

Translations:  English Transliteration French

One of the most beautiful well-known Arabic poems of all times.

Comments
Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Sat, 17/11/2018 - 18:33

[@sara ba]
[@velsket]
[@ajanita]
[@Geheiligt]

ScieraSciera    Sat, 17/11/2018 - 19:48

Hm, shouldn't all songs in the Arabic category be either in MSA or in the Arabic used in the Koran?
For other varieties of Arabic we have "Arabic (other varieties)" after all.

Sara BaSara Ba    Sat, 17/11/2018 - 19:59

But this was hard to apply as hundreds of Arabic songs are still categorized under “Arabic”, it’s hard to change each one of them to “other varieties”

ScieraSciera    Sat, 17/11/2018 - 20:17

Nothing to be done in a day, sure, and also not a single person's burden.
Perhaps you want to ask in the forum for volunteers?

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Fri, 23/11/2018 - 19:27

I agree with you. The problem is that we are not making a big change this way. We will be having more than 20 different dialects all marked as "Arabic (other varieties)". Songs in MSA are less than 5% of Arabic songs in this site.

ScieraSciera    Fri, 23/11/2018 - 19:49

Well, then those other varieties might need their own categories.
I don't know, I don't speak any Arabic.

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Sat, 30/05/2020 - 20:58

Do you know, actually I wonder why there is a lot of German dialects in this site, while maybe the number of all German native speakers are less than the number of Egyptian dialect native speakers! (I mean no harm. I'm just showing a point I believe is worth discussing)

ScieraSciera    Sun, 31/05/2020 - 04:15

As far as I remember, it hadn't been an uncontroversial choice to even add any dialect categories of Arabic based on the opinion of the user base.

I don't speak any Arabic, I personally don't know how much Arabic dialects differ from each other compared to German dialects, but the categories we have for German are the major dialect segments of the language which are not very well mutually intelligible (I grew up in the area of the central dialects, and I wouldn't be able to understand a pure version of one of the other dialects in spoken form and struggle with it in written form). Therefore having translations between them makes sense.

ScieraSciera    Sun, 31/05/2020 - 04:28

According to Glottolog, there are 22 High German languages (for which we have 7 categories here) and 36 Arabic languages (for which we only have 2 categories). Now Glottolog isn't perfect but it does give the impression that we might want to add more categories for Arabic.

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Sun, 31/05/2020 - 16:28

I think that you understand what was I talking about. To be honest, even among Arabs it is not popular (or even acceptable) to consider dialects as separate languages. But reasons for that are religious and ideological rather than lingual. This is a well-known problem for AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALL who study Arabic.

As for me, I'm with separating Arabic content in this site at least to major dialects

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Fri, 23/11/2018 - 19:23

[@sandring]
You may love this collection

GeheiligtGeheiligt    Fri, 23/11/2018 - 19:29

Thanks for notifying me, my friend Regular smile

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Mon, 26/11/2018 - 14:18

You're welcome.
Do you like this collection? Which song do you like the most?

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Mon, 26/11/2018 - 18:18

[@ajanita]
I think this collection may help your students who are studying Arabic Regular smile

AjanitaAjanita    Thu, 29/11/2018 - 14:28

Yeah, you're right. Thank you so much! This collection is pretty nice and useful.

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Fri, 30/11/2018 - 12:46

I'm glad that you find it nice, and proud that you find it useful Regular smile

Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Thu, 04/06/2020 - 18:21

Tell me if you want me to make vol.2 of this collection 😊😊😊