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favorite reciters

Posted by on Feb. 8, 2013 at 8:04 PM
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Who are your favorite reciters for different purposes? I always used to listen to who I think is AbdulBasit then during Ramadan a couple years ago I would read along with Minshawi because he was faster then I discovered AlAfasai whose voice mashaAllah I love. So I amcurious if I am missing out on any others that I may love. I also try to find ones who are clearer to understand so I know I am pronunciating correctly. I know with mp3 over the old cd versions things are much clearer but I'd love some suggestions! Especially since I'm snowed in what better time!
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Sunnimama
by on Feb. 9, 2013 at 2:40 AM

Asalamo alikom

Manshawi, Husari, Huthaifi, and Sudais are my favorites.

proud2bmom3 Group Owner
by on Feb. 9, 2013 at 4:21 AM

Assalamu alaikum dear sister. 

my favorites are also al-Manshawi, Abdul-baasit, al-Husari, Al-Huthaifi, Assudais, and Ash-shuraim. and last but not least Attablaawi. 

you can still enjoy a slow recitation by Abdul Baasit and Al-manshawi when you listen to their Quran Murattal, Not Mujawwad. 

you can find the entire Quran Mujawwad, Murattal  or al-Mu'allim ( where the sheikh recites and you can recite after him in every verse, Manshawi, and I believe, al - husari.. ) 

you can find all these on Islamweb. go to recitation section and they have a long list of Quran reciters in all Riwaayaat. the most common one is of course : Hafs 'an Aasim. 

from Warsh, I love the recitation of al-'uyoon al-kooshi. 

I am not particularly fond of Al-Affaasi, he sings his nasheeds just like he recites Quran. so , for someone who does not know the difference would be misguided.  he also exaggerates his mudood. 

here is a link to al-manshawi: murattal and Mujawwad.. the good thing about islamweb is that you can dowload to your ipod,pad,phone...etc lol.. 

Love and salaam (peace)

 (proud2bmom3 Muslim Moms-- Owner. 

Nikah2006
by on Feb. 9, 2013 at 9:39 PM

I have been looking for a Cd, App or some portable way to listen to the Quran. What are you using? what can I get it from?

lovingislam
by on Feb. 25, 2013 at 9:44 AM
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You can get Cds online or if there is a local Islamic bookstore. I usually Google 'islamic bookstore' and a bunch come up but you have to make sure they are in your country otherwise shipping is much more.  I have found these to be good:

http://www.dar-us-salam.com/

http://www.islamicbookstore.com/

www.soundvision.com

I haven't been in the market for a while though so I am not sure if there are any better ones now.  Amazon is good too but if the prices are the same I try to give my business to Muslim run businesses.

We use the iQuran app for androids I think it is $7-8 for the full version or there is a lite version for free but it might limit how many Surahs you can download/day. There are a lot of other apps but I am not sure how they are maybe somone else can mention one they like.  Both my husband and I tried different ones and  decided on this one.


Quoting Nikah2006:

I have been looking for a Cd, App or some portable way to listen to the Quran. What are you using? what can I get it from?



Mommy2BeAmy
by on Feb. 25, 2013 at 10:20 PM

SHEIKH MANSOOR AZ ZAHRANI

he is the best, like his voice is absolutely stunning imo

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