Muslim Songs of the British Isles: Arranged for School

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This new collection of classics from the golden age of British Muslim Songs includes solo pieces, duets, rounds and part-songs.

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This new collection of classics from the golden age of British Muslim Songs includes solo pieces, duets, rounds and part-songs. Schools, student choirs, families, wedding entertainers and many others will find this anthology a unique and invaluable resource.

A Total of 22 collections many by Sheikh Abdullah Quilliam (1856-1932), the Max solicitor who served as a director of Liverpool Moslem Institute, Imam of the Brougham Terrace mosque between 1889 and 1908, and was the universally-acclaimed leader of the British Islam during the period. The Sultan of The Ottoman Empire (The Uthmani Caliph) made him Sheikh-Ul-Islam of Britain and his son became British Consul General in Turkey.

 

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Timothy John Winter (born in 1960), also known as Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad, is a British Sunni Muslim Shaykh, researcher, writer and academic. He is the Dean of the Cambridge Muslim College, Director of Studies (Theology and Religious Studies) at Wolfson College and the Shaykh Zayed Lecturer in Islamic Studies at Cambridge University. His work includes publications on Islamic theology and Muslim-Christian relations.In 2003 he was awarded the Pilkington Teaching Prize by Cambridge University and in 2007 he was awarded the King Abdullah I Prize for Islamic Thought for his short booklet Bombing Without Moonlight. He has consistently been included in the "500 Most Influential Muslims" list published annually by the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre and was ranked in 2012 as the 50th most influential.

 
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EAN 13 / ISBN9781872038148
BindingPaperback
AuthorAbdal Hakim Murad (Author, Editor)
PublisherQuilliam Press
Pages32
Year Published2005
Height0.2 in
Width8.3 in
Length11.8 in
 
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