The concert also featured Leyli and Majnun
and Don Quixote symphonic poems by outstanding Azerbaijani composer Gara Garayev, which were performed by the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra.
Also, among the pieces that are going to be displayed at the museum are a small Persian manuscript that tells the Arabic heritage poem, Layla and Majnun
, written by prominent poet Ahmed Shawky, which tells the love story that took place in the seventh century between Qais ibn Al-Mulawah and his lover Layla.
Nearer to the Middle East, everyone knows the tragic tale of Layla and Majnun
Even though she still considers herself "very much the new girl" at Mark Morris Dance Group (she became a full-time member in August 2017), in a recent performance of Layla and Majnun
, Haarmann seemed completely in her element.
She covers Sufism, Attar, and his works; modern theory, Michel Foucault, and his predecessors; Rabi'a al-Adawiyya and Margery Kempe; Mahmud and Ayas, Sufi homoeroticism, and European same-sex relationships; Majnun
and Laili and Lancelot and Guinevere; Shaykh San'an and the Christian girl, and Abelard and Heloise; and human diversity and inclusiveness.
Intertextual reference of Majnun
, the hero of the old Arabic tale and his love Laila have widely been quoted in many of the folk traditions establishing this love theme an integral part of Sufi and cultural settings.
Based on a libretto by Martina Winkel and directed by Airan Berg, it draws inspiration from both the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and the Persian love story of Layla and Majnun
These chapters are teeming with illuminating and thorough musical analysis of major milestones in the history of Azerbaijani musical output, such as Hajibeyli's Leyli and Majnun
and Koroghlu, Muslim Magomaev's Shah Ismayil, Amirov's Kurd Ovshari, Garayev's atonal compositions, as well as examinations of neofolklorism in the works of Agshin Alizade, Frangiz Alizade, and Javanshir Guliyev, and others.
En 2007, Malek Salah avait expose sa collection [beaucoup moins que] Majnun
Layla [beaucoup plus grand que] a l'ouverture du Musee d'art moderne d'Alger (Mama).
The loss of his card, much like the loss of identity found frequently in Persian poetry, from Nezami's Layli o Majnun
to the depiction of the night visitor rejected for identifying himself in Rumi'sMathnawi, has both mythic and social implications.
he is the author of classic love story of Layla and Majnun
Love is the base of Nezami's legends, such as, Leyli and Majnun
Love, Khosrow and Shinn Love, Farhad Love, Farhad-e Gur Love, and so on.