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Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
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Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
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Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
Halqa "Aziz" - Moroccan Berber music
The group “Aziz“ comes originally from Agadir, a coast region of Morocco and entertains the spectators of Jemaa El Fna with traditional Berber-music. They’ve been part of the Halqa “Hassan with the rooster“ but decided co create a new one. The lyrics of their songs are devoted to the landscapes and interpersonal encounters. 
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These topics are connected to the history of their culture. The Berber regions have been animal farming and agriculture oriented for centuries with no development to city-like structures. In conclusions subjects like the county life and the relationship towards nature play a main role in their lyrics.  

The Berber music has a rhythm-stressed, cyclical orientation with a partially trance-like character and improvisational parts. Different instruments are used, like a „Rebab“- a simple round resonating body with mostly two or three strings - and a banjo. For the rhythms the drummers of group “Aziz“ use various objects like brake discs or glas bottles.
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