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Qatari Song Festival 2021

"Qatari Song Festival 2021"

October 13, 2021

The Qatari song reflects the artist’s connection to the National identity and the culture of the Qatari society by reflecting the details of the local environment in it. The Qatari song is also a milestone in that emotional encounter between the creative art of Qatari singing and the sense of the Qatari audience, which is attracted by quality music and singing. Through its content and originality, the Qatari song has marked the lives of the Qataris over the years, and it was characterized by honesty and nobility. The Qatari Song Festival aims to support the Qatari song and encourage the pillars of creativity in it (composers, poets, singers, and musicians) to present artworks befitting the march of Qatari song.

 

 

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