Shur

[Bible] Shur is a location mentioned several times in the Hebrew Bible. When Hagar fled from Sarai (Abram`s wife), the angel of the {LORD} found her by the fountain in the way to Shur.` ({bibleref|Genesis|16:7|9}). Shur is also mentioned in I Samuel 15:7 `Then Saul slaughtered the Amalekites from Havilah all the way to Shur, east of Egypt.`...
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Shur

[mode] Shur (Şur) is a musical modal system in traditional mugham music. This is the second mode and consists of 1-0.5-1 tone, which is created in the result of amalgamation of three tetra-chords with reach method of the first tetra-chord. Shur mode is the most used mode in Ashik art. Shur creates joyful lyrical mood at listener. Subgenres...
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Shur

[mugham] `Shur”(شور) – is one of the great Dastgahs (a multifrequency vocal-instrumental composition) of seven main modes in Persian music. In comparison with Shur of the beginning of the 20th century, in the modern Shur many parts are not used. Modern Shur consists of parts (shobe) such as Maye, Kur-Shahnaz, Bayati-Kurd, Shikesteyi-...
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Shur

Shur (shŭr) , landmark of the Egyptian border N of the Red Sea, also called the Wilderness of Shur. In the Bible it is associated with the the wandering of Hagar, the journeying of Abraham, the settlement of Ishmael's descendants, and with the Exodus. Saul routed the Amelekites there. David ra...
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