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Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.newspapers
Description: Egypt asks Syria and Jordan not to intervene militarily. Sudan's membership of UNESCO accepted. Sudanese students mark new Wau Cathedral via broadcast on Vatican Radio. Bank loan reportedly sought to cover currency issue. Southern MPs meet Prime Minister.
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.books
Description: Contains a number of chapters focusing on various aspects of the Jalalat and Army Marches: 1. Religious-style Jalalat* 2. Jalalat in Sudanese language and dialects 3. Jalalat training centres 4. Composed marches 5. Sudanese Ort (Battalions) marches 6. Popular marching songs 7. Pioneers of Sudanese music 8. Historical images of Sudan Defence Force Music 9. The leader or maestro of the band 10. Sudanese tones and musical scales 11. Conclusion *The name Jalalat is originally derived from Sufi methods that established prayer circles to spread the Islamic da'wa. The name derives from His Majesty, Allah Almighty, and successive generations did not know who recorded these robes and marches in terms of their regions and the occasions for which they were composed, the military marches and the Jalalat contributed to the recording of Sudanese folk music for different cultures. The popular songs that were sung for enthusiasm, exile and against colonalism, so the recording and preservation of these villas and marches as a military cultural heritage leads to the origin of the march of Sudanese art, which can be added to the history of Sudanese and military music.
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