Rizan Said — Saz û Dîlan (Oct. 11, 2019)Syrian flag             Rizan Said — Saz û Dîlan (Oct. 11, 2019)
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♦✹♦      French independent label founded in 2015 by Cheb~Gero. Rizan Said is a composer, musician and producer, responsible for hundreds of Syrian recording industry productions.
♦✹♦      „Tehdy jsem už hrál na všechny nástroje, jako jsou flétna, bambusová flétna, akordeon, saz a bazooki. Klávesy však zatím nikde nenajdeme. V určitém okamžiku se mě jeden z mých přátel zeptal: „Proč nezačneš hrát na klávesnici? Kolem to nikdo nedělá. Už jsem poznal základy hraní na akordeon a akordeon je skoro jako klávesnice. Takže jsem se o to pokusil a když uběhl čas, podařilo se mi zvládnout klávesy.“ — Rizan Said
Location: Ras Al Ain, in northeastern Syria ~ Sweden
Genre: Dabke, Syrian Music, Kurdish Music, Folk, Electronic, Synth
Album release: Oct. 11, 2019
Record Label: Akuphone
Duration:     29:46
Tracks:
1. Melfuf   3:19
2. Kinana   5:03
3. Yuma   3:36
4. Yasin   3:28
5. Bilur   3:39
6. Zerni   3:41
7. Sabri   3:28
8. Mewal   3:32
Credits:
♦   Vocals: Kinana Alqasir, Mohammed Shikhmous, Yassin and Sabri Mohammed
♦   Zurna: Bave Karam — Amude
♦   Music arranged by: Mahmoud Barazi
♦   Edited and Mixed by: Sliman Dumyan
♦   Mastering and Post Production: Mark Gergis
♦   Composed and performed by Rizan Said
Description:
♦   Akuphone presents „Saz Û Dilan“, the second solo album of Rizan Said. After „King of Keyboards“, released in 2016 by Annihaya, this new release brings you the most exciting Kurdish~Syrian dance music to your ears. Surrounded by young local singers, Rizan offers his own interpretation of the modern dabke through eight original uptempo compositions full of energy.
♦   Rizan Said is a composer, musician and producer, responsible for hundreds of Syrian recording industry productions as well as compositions and themes for television and cinema. Hailing from Ras Al Ain, in northeastern Syria, Rizan was a musical prodigy from a young age — a gifted player of percussion and reed instruments before a wealth of synthesizers began flooding Syria in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Steadfast on the Syrian cassette album circuit at the time, Rizan was already sending his signals out from the Jazeera frontier, thanks to a partnership with local Syrian producer Zuhir Maksi. Later, he was the man behind Omar Souleyman’s music and have recorded and toured accross the world with him. Nowadays, he performes as a solo artist and brings the original dabke dance sounds of Syria to European festivals and concerts.
Rizan Said
♦   Rizan originally hails from the town of Ras Al Ain, in northeastern Syria, in the region known as the Jazeera. He currently lives between Ras Al Ain and Sweden. 
♦   Rizan was a musical prodigy from a young age — a gifted player of percussion and reed instruments before a wealth of synthesizers began flooding Syria in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Steadfast on the Syrian cassette album circuit at the time, Rizan was already sending his signals out from the Jazeera frontier, thanks to a partnership with local Syrian producer Zuhir Maksi. 
♦   As a composer in Syria, Rizan’s songs include: Bas Asma Mni (by Sarya Al Suwas), Nadran Aalaya (by Asi El Hellani). As composer & producer for Syrian television, Rizan’s work includes music for the TV drama Al Hosrom Al Shami. 
♦   One of the artists he played, toured and recorded with is Omar Souleyman.
Label: https://akuphone.com/catalog/ 
FB: https://www.facebook.com/rizansaidmusic/ 
YT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=NUtKxjJAULQ&feature=emb_logo