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Mukhalif is a rare jins used exclusively in Iraq, and it does not occur in combination with other ajnas.

The main difference between the western chromatic scale and the Arabic scales is the existence of many in-between notes, which are sometimes referred to as quarter tones for the sake of practicality."The common style that developed is usually called 'Islamic' or 'Arab', though in fact it transcends religious, ethnic, geographical, and linguistic boundaries" and it is suggested that it be called the Near East (from Morocco to India) style (van der Merwe, Peter 1989, p.

The Qur'an, from the 7th century, had the greatest and longest-lasting effect on Arabic culture and literature.

Like the melodic minor scale and Indian ragas, some maqamat have different ajnas, and thus notes, while descending or ascending.

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Nonetheless, in practice most musicians would agree on the 8 most frequently used ajnas: Rast, Bayat, Sikah, Hijaz, Saba, Kurd, Nahawand, and Ajam — and a few of the most commonly used variants of those: Nakriz, Athar Kurd, Sikah Beladi, Saba Zamzama.

During this time, many of the stories that were originally folk stories are thought to have been collected orally over many years and later compiled into a single book.

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