islamic music for a wedding
Posted 11 April 2004 - 11:56 PM
Here it is common for ladies to read mawlid. There are tapes for happy occasions called milad, farah or jelawat. If you are looking for Arabic tapes, try Bassem Karbalaie, Aba Dhurr al Helawaji or Nizar al Qatari. Most of these tapes can be bought in Bahrain or Kuwait. Where are you?
Posted 12 April 2004 - 10:43 AM
my sister wants to marry and she wants to make an islamic wedding plz tell me sites with islamic music if you know some.
i dont know a site
Zain Bhika's "Wedding Song" (english)
there's some in urdu if you're intrested.
A really good one I hjeard was at an Arabic wedding, Im trying to look for it. It goes "hey, la illaha illalah" and mantiones something about a wedding.
Posted 13 April 2004 - 10:05 AM
Do all maraja' allow this kind of music? Is the term islamic music an oxymoron, ur thoughts please? (I'm sorry if this thread is being hijacked. If so, please let let me know)
Your Brother in Islam,
PS. Khala Jlainqatar that Abu Dharr sounds nice...awalana muhammad, awsatuna muhammad...
Edited by Rakabtul Safina, 13 April 2004 - 10:07 AM.
Posted 13 April 2004 - 10:25 AM
Isn't all kinds of music that use instruments (except for drums and a few others) haram??
Thus that would make the wedding music haram even though it is speaking of religious things.
I am referecening to the link posted by Abdulhujjah. I've always thought that this type of music was haram.
I would appreciate some clarification.
Posted 13 April 2004 - 12:01 PM
The links br. AH posted were not music. They are islamic anasheed. You all should know his position on music by now. He wouldn't post songs.
Br. Rabkabt as Safina:
Abu Dharr is my kids' favorite. That particular tape is called Tagharid al Farah 2. (tagharid is the sound of the birds' song, farah is happiness) Volume one was on his site: www.abather.com, which has been down for awhile now. He is going to make a tape inshalla for each one of the imams. I can't wait until the next one comes out! (His dua tawassul is excellent as well Dua Tawassul flash read by Abu Dharr
Edited by jlainqatar, 13 April 2004 - 12:58 PM.
Posted 14 April 2004 - 11:01 AM
Sorry about being a pain about this but I really need some clarification here. Can you please explain to my why this does not qualify as music? And how it is halal? Even though the words being spoken are islamic, there is still music in the background. Am I missing something here?
Thank you for the explanation.
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