Gasba music

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The gasba or tamja is a musical style based on a wind instrument of the same name, (gasba literally means "reed" in the Berber language), which is widespread in Tunisia, Algeria (among Chawis of north-east Algeria and Oran in the northwest), and in Morocco, (in the eastern Rif (Al Hoceima, Driouch, Nador, Berkane) Oujda, Beni Mathar and Bouarfa and by Jilala brotherhood).[1]

Gasba musicians

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  • Abdelkader Ben Mouiha, Jilala of Fes. Some recordings of the ancient repertoire of Jilala brotherood, 1994: [1] [2] [3]
  • Virtual museum

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