Ma'luf - Wikipedia
Ma'luf
Ma'luf (Arabic: مألوف‎‎, romanizedacquainted, familiar[1] Ma'lūf) is a genre of art music in the Andalusian classical music tradition of Algeria, Libya, and Tunisia. It is of Iberian origin and was introduced to the Maghreb by Andalusian refugees.[2] A detailed description of Ma'luf in Tunisia can be found under "Music of Tunisia".
References
  1. ^ Team, Almaany. "تعريف و معنى مألوف بالعربي في معجم المعاني الجامع، المعجم الوسيط ،اللغة العربية المعاصر - معجم عربي عربي - صفحة 1". www.almaany.com. Retrieved 2018-03-20.
  2. ^ Encyclopedia Americana Scholastic Library Publishing - 2006 "The most renowned Tunisian art form is the maluf, a song of Spanish origin introduced by Andalusian refugees."
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