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However, the Arabic Music as it is identified nowadays is the creation of an evolutionary art. Music of the Middle East is very much influenced by the Greek and Indian music.
In fact, it is the combination of Greek culture, the Phoenician culture, the Roman and the Persian, and more related to the Islamic kingdom.
As “music” is the English word, the Arabs spell it as "Mousika" and the Egyptians use the word “Mazika" or "Mazzikha" referring to music.
Music can be spelled : musiqa, moussika, museeka, mousika, Mouseeqa, Mousika, musika, mazika, mazzika, mooseekaa ...
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Modernization in Arab pop music later influenced the Moroccan music and Saudi music.
However, lately Lebanon has turned out to be the capital of music production with the best Lebanese Music it is releasing and with the many music production companies residing in the country.
The Arabic songs are of a diverse musical inheritance that has all come out to form the Arab Music that we know today.
Arab music spreads on many Arab countries to produce an archive of the top Arabic songs including best Arabic music from: Moroccan music, Lebanese music, Egyptian music, Syrian music, Algerian music, Bahraini music, Emirati music, Iraqi music, Jordanian music, Kuwaiti music, Libyan music, Omani music, Palestinian music, Qatari music, Saudi Arabian music, Sudan music, Tunisian music, Yemeni music.
There are countries in which the Arabic language is the mother tongue where Arabic music is very popular, and there are the North African countries which are known with their Arabic music but with the African language.