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    Assalamualaikum wah rahmatullahi wah barakatuhu

    hey peeps, so was wondering which Qur'an reciters do you like to recite alongside with?

    I lurve reciting alongside my favourite (faster) paced reciters muhammad muhaisany and muhammad luhaidan

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    Mansour Al Salimi, Ismail Annuri,

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    • #3
      Wa alaykumasalam wa rahmatullah, Sheikh shuraim, and othman kamel

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Beastslayer47 View Post
        Mansour Al Salimi, Ismail Annuri,
        always loved shaykh mansours tilawah when listening to his talks but cant click with it when its just him reciting for some reason

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DreamSleep View Post
          Wa alaykumasalam wa rahmatullah, Sheikh shuraim, and othman kamel
          yea like listening to the old school early 200s shuraim and sudais taraweeh, nostalgic

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

            yea like listening to the old school early 200s shuraim and sudais taraweeh, nostalgic
            I've never really liked sudais, in the casette tapes we would get, shuraim amd sudais's recitations would be together and we would always skip sudais as soon as we heard his voice. He drags his voice unnecesarily and i dont find his voice pleasant.

            You should listen to othman kamal if you havent already. Beautiful voice, beautiful tajweed, and just beautiful way of reciting. Its not forced and you can tell he is reciting while pondering the meaning and not to get a certain melody. I also dislike when reciters make their voice too soft and breathy (to try make it beautiful im assuming). And othman doesnt do that, he has a nice voice naturally ma sha allah

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DreamSleep
              Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

              yea like listening to the old school early 200s shuraim and sudais taraweeh, nostalgic
              I've never really liked sudais, in the casette tapes we would get, shuraim amd sudais's recitations would be together and we would always skip sudais as soon as we heard his voice. He drags his voice unnecesarily and i dont find his voice pleasant.

              You should listen to othman kamal if you havent already. Beautiful voice, beautiful tajweed, and just beautiful way of reciting. Its not forced and you can tell he is reciting while pondering the meaning and not to get a certain melody. I also dislike when reciters make their voice too soft and breathy (to try make it beautiful im assuming). And othman doesnt do that, he has a nice voice naturally ma sha allah
              Bro it just reminds me of my late teens when I got a Qur'an player which had sudais and shuraim, that technology to have like a Qur'an player was a big thing back then lol

              Not really heard of Othman Kamal, is he Turkish? Sounds like a Turkish name

              I'll check him out on YouTube

              For the faster reciters I love muhaisany and luhaidan

              Another new one I heard recently who seems to imitate muhaisany is Yusuf Al aidroos,
              I'm sure you'll love his recitations in Sha Allah

              For the medium sort of pace reciters I like raad Al kurdi, Idris Akbar and the likes of Abdullah matrood, Abdullah matrood got a blessed tone, speed and voice imo and I love listening to his recitation

              Honestly though I love the Egyptian qaris best,
              I found that listening to them with Arabic text helped me speed up my recitation

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Simply_Logical
                Originally posted by DreamSleep
                Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

                yea like listening to the old school early 200s shuraim and sudais taraweeh, nostalgic
                I've never really liked sudais, in the casette tapes we would get, shuraim amd sudais's recitations would be together and we would always skip sudais as soon as we heard his voice. He drags his voice unnecesarily and i dont find his voice pleasant.

                You should listen to othman kamal if you havent already. Beautiful voice, beautiful tajweed, and just beautiful way of reciting. Its not forced and you can tell he is reciting while pondering the meaning and not to get a certain melody. I also dislike when reciters make their voice too soft and breathy (to try make it beautiful im assuming). And othman doesnt do that, he has a nice voice naturally ma sha allah
                Bro it just reminds me of my late teens when I got a Qur'an player which had sudais and shuraim, that technology to have like a Qur'an player was a big thing back then lol

                Not really heard of Othman Kamal, is he Turkish? Sounds like a Turkish name

                I'll check him out on YouTube

                For the faster reciters I love muhaisany and luhaidan

                Another new one I heard recently who seems to imitate muhaisany is Yusuf Al aidroos,
                I'm sure you'll love his recitations in Sha Allah

                For the medium sort of pace reciters I like raad Al kurdi, Idris Akbar and the likes of Abdullah matrood, Abdullah matrood got a blessed tone, speed and voice imo and I love listening to his recitation

                Honestly though I love the Egyptian qaris best,
                I found that listening to them with Arabic text helped me speed up my recitation
                https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GVRun-ybkOw

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

                  Bro it just reminds me of my late teens when I got a Qur'an player which had sudais and shuraim, that technology to have like a Qur'an player was a big thing back then lol

                  Not really heard of Othman Kamal, is he Turkish? Sounds like a Turkish name

                  I'll check him out on YouTube

                  For the faster reciters I love muhaisany and luhaidan

                  Another new one I heard recently who seems to imitate muhaisany is Yusuf Al aidroos,
                  I'm sure you'll love his recitations in Sha Allah

                  For the medium sort of pace reciters I like raad Al kurdi, Idris Akbar and the likes of Abdullah matrood, Abdullah matrood got a blessed tone, speed and voice imo and I love listening to his recitation

                  Honestly though I love the Egyptian qaris best,
                  I found that listening to them with Arabic text helped me speed up my recitation
                  Yes those casette times are nostalgic. We had a big casette player and when we got the mini carry around ones and CD players, ir was a big deal.

                  Ill check all of them out in sha allah, i want to expand the number of reciters, im too attached just to a couple few. Othman is egyptian actually as well.

                  You're right, egyptians read amazing wallah, i love the classical hussary and minshawi.

                  Im linking one of othmans below, surah furqan.

                  https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=n1TwMPvHEgo
                  Last edited by DreamSleep; 02-02-22, 11:46 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post
                    Assalamualaikum wah rahmatullahi wah barakatuhu

                    hey peeps, so was wondering which Qur'an reciters do you like to recite alongside with?

                    I lurve reciting alongside my favourite (faster) paced reciters muhammad muhaisany and muhammad luhaidan

                    Sudais and Abdul Basit are good

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by _loco View Post


                      Sudais and Abdul Basit are good
                      love Qari Abdul Basit

                      i like the older sudais recitations, dont like any of his recent ones, just hits a bit different

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

                        love Qari Abdul Basit

                        i like the older sudais recitations, dont like any of his recent ones, just hits a bit different

                        Never noticed a huge difference between his old and recent recitations I think he is still pretty good.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by _loco View Post


                          Never noticed a huge difference between his old and recent recitations I think he is still pretty good.
                          I don't know could be the crackling and echoing sound on those old cassette tapes maybe? Gives it that nostalgic feeling imho

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