Echoes from Ugarit

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Echoes from Ugarit
Studio album by Malek Jandali
Released May 25, 2009 (DDD) (US)
June 27, 2009 (Stereo) (SYR)
Recorded Moscow Radio House
July 11–16, 2008
Genre Classical Piano & Orchestra, World Music, Film Music
Length 45:21
Label Soul b Music
US-QRC 2009 (Stereo)
US-QRC 08-00001
Producer Malek Jandali
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 5/5 stars[1]

Echoes from Ugarit includes original music compositions for piano and orchestra recorded with The Russian Philharmonic Orchestra with Seregey Kondrashev as a conductor, and Andrey Kudryavtsev concertmaster. This is the first arrangement of the oldest music notation in the world. The release of “Echoes from Ugarit” was accompanied by a hugely successful tour of the USA, Europe and the Middle East.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Malek Jandali.

Echoes from Ugarit
No. Title Length
1. "Andalus" 5:39
2. "Sulaima" 7:59
3. "Piano Dream" 3:11
4. "Leil" 5:58
5. "Yafa" 7:15
6. "Echoes from Ugarit" 4:53
7. "Eid" 4:36
8. "Arabesque" 5:04



Highest chart position
Chart Rank
Dubai Weekly 6
Music Maker Chart 4
SYR Chart 1
World Record Retailer 14

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