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Rafik G. Baladi - Présente - Presents

            Musique pour votre film, histoire, dance, écoute et imagination               Music for your film, story, dance, listening and imagination 



Author's Biography (Français

Dear guest,

Welcome to this page of passions and roots. To read a short history of the author, please go to History then come back to see what each of the pictures below represent.

Rafi on the way to the temple of god Poseidon in Cape Sounion, Greece-1977! Please click for views of the temple and keep it open, while you click below the picture, to listen to the author's music clip. Mrs. Olympia Rossi my teacher of music theory, harmony and piano. Please click on the picture for a better view During the world Musik-Fest in Stuttgart on the 300th anniversary of J. S. Bach, G. F. Handel and D. Scarlatti! Rafi had been booking the concerts and hotel room 2 years ahead. He met: Helmuth Rilling, John Gardiner and some masters of baroque music. Please click picture for more.

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Click picture 1 for visuals of an old Greek myth, then here to listen to its music simultaneously. Click picture 3, then  Jos Van Veldhoven's breathtaking interpretation of J.S. Bach's: Cum Sanctus Spiriti from the Mass in G minor. 

1977 photo of Rafi making psychic predictions at university to his colleagues. Click the picture for more Rafi in concert, playing Sergei Rachmaninoff┬┐s Prelude in Do # minor for piano-1978! Click photo to hear recent extract from Rafi's live playing of the Adagio from Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. Rafi introducing Ms. Sanaa Gameel, Egypt's theatre diva in 1984...  Click for more.

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To listen to picture 5's dedicated music clip, click on it. If you like it go to Music Samples pages and search for the full Adagio of Bethoven's Moonlight Sonata played by Rafi. If you dont find it yet, please click full adagio by Beethoven played by Rafi.

Click on History for a short slide-presentation of the author.