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Deyruzafaran Monastery»
His Holiness Moran Mar Ignatius Yaacub III»
Augustus Thekkanath»
Choir from the Syriac Orthodox Church in Zahle»
Abraham Schwadron»
Choir of deaconesses of the Church of the Virgin (Qamishli)»
Syrian refugee children in the Assyrian tradition»
Shammas Yohanna Taschji»
Isa Cicek»
Syrian Orthodox Church»
A cappella choir of deaconesses of the Church of the Virgin (Qamishli)»
Dâwûd Suleyman»
Chants From the Holyland- The Monks of the St. Mark's Monastery»
Choir of the Antonine School of Music»
Saint Mark Syriac Choir»
Mixed a capella choir of the Church Saint Ephrem of Aleppo»
Alexander Koolipurackal»
Saint Mark Syriac Convent Choir»
James Aerthayil»
Choir of the Syrian Church»
Choeurs Des Eglises St-Georges»
Ado Abdelmasih»
Syriac Choir Of St. Mary’s Church»
Mahdi Kallas»
Choir of the Assyrian Church of the East»
Mansour Sayter»
Dr. Hassan Moraib»
Abbas Badawy»
St. Joseph Chaldean Choir»
Abel Periyappuram»
Fuad İspir»
Evelyne Daoud»
Sœur Marie Keyrouz»
Christian Hymns Chaldean Assyrian Syriac Aramaic»
Qolo»
Probus Perumalil»
St. Mary's Assyrian Church of the East Choir»
Ghada Shbeir»
Syriac Music Choir»
Melthodhaye Musical»
Chaldean Assyrian Syriac Aramaic»
Kousan Male Chamber Choir»
Miled Tarabay»
Micha El»
Sergio Yanes»
Jahanara Laura Mangus»
Seraphim Bit-Kharibi»
Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East»
Syriac Choir of St. John’s Church.»
Maximos Fahmé»
Les Solistes de la Musique Byzantine»
Deacons of the Church of the Virgin of Qamishli»
Mount Lebanon Orthodox Byzantine Choir»
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hardcore techno»
tekno»
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bouncy house»
psybreaks»
deep hardcore»
makina»
jumpstyle»
cantaditas»
hands up»
euro hi-nrg»
jungle»
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hard bass»
spanish electropop»
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@EveryNoise ·  glenn mcdonald
Every Noise at Once is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 5,181 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2021-01-22. The calibration is fuzzy, but in general down is more organic, up is more mechanical and electric; left is denser and more atmospheric, right is spikier and bouncier.
 
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