Belly Dance Update from IAMED – 29 April 2009

29 April 2009

IAMED has just added two new Arabic Top DJ CDs to our online store! Arabic Top DJ 5

You’re sure to find new favorites and old on this great collection of Arabic music by various artists.

1. Ya Nour El Ain – 4:41
2. Yalla Bina – 3:19
3. Bghanila – 5:34
4. Nos Alb – 4:09
5. Ouyoun El Soud – 2:57
6. Sakin – 4:11
7. Farek Kebeer – 4:49
8. Awel Mensitak – 4:44
9. Domani – 3:48
10. El Gherbal – 4:31
11. Byel Bakla – 4:23
12. Min Halab – 5:23
13. Ala Mamlakti – 5:44
14. Inta Gayeb – 5:52
15. Sahra – 4:00
16. Heik – 1:57
17. Macarena – 3:46

Arabic Top DJ 7

This fantastic CD is loaded with songs that are great for every style of belly dance!

1. Agani – 6:58
2. Linda – 4:33
3. Ayza Alrad – 16:00
4. Ba La Keeh Fe Zamani – 14:51
5. Bukra Anta Wa Jay – 8:25
6. Hoareh – 6:58
7. Talab Eddi – 6:09
8. Saher Alel – 6:47
9. Hdeat Hob – 2:59

BEST VALUE! Expand your music library!

Give yourself some great choices – get all of our Arabic Top DJ music CDs for one low price! All five fun albums of outstanding music for belly dancing now only


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Belly Dance Stars Paulina Ansuya Ava Fleming belly dancer Amara

Los Angeles, CA

Amara is an accomplished and versatile Middle Eastern dancer. She is well known for her entertaining and dynamic American belly dance style that is interspersed with sword, veil, double veil, quadruple veil, and zil work. She is equally skilled in many folk dances including raqs al-assaya, debke, and khaleegy. Amara is the Director and Choreographer of Ya Helewa!, a Middle Eastern dance company which performs a diverse repertory of traditional and experimental improvisations and choreographies.

Amara is also known for her innovative teaching methods. In her studio classes, she stresses strong foundational technique while she helps students explore the workings of Middle Eastern dance and their own personal needs. She has taught accredited courses on dance appreciation and Middle Eastern dance at UCLA and UCR and workshops at a number of universities and colleges. She is currently a professor at Cal Poly, Pomona.

In addition to teaching and performing, Amara is also deeply involved with studying and researching Middle Eastern dance. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate at UC Riverside’s PhD program in Dance History and Theory.

Amara stars in many IAMED DVDs sold on this website, including:





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