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Sufi Soul: The Mystic Music of Islam

Documentaries, 2005, 48 minutes
Sufi Soul: The Mystic Music of Islam
Learn about the connection between the musical and the mystical as historian William Dalrymple explores the singing and dancing central to Sufism.
The Documentaries Sufi Soul: The Mystic Music of Islam was released in 2005 and lasts 48 minutes. Parental guidance suggested

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Sufi Soul: The Mystic Music of Islam, documents the many musical subcultures of Sufism as it was incorporated by different cultures in different regions. With many comparisons to Christianity, it displays how with all religions there are zealots and passivists, and the Sufi's of Islam are passivists who focus primarily on music as a spiritual expression, much like the Christian troubadour or modern Christian Rock churches.

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