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Songs about Falaki:
Falak-i Badakhshani by The Badakhshan Ensemble from the Album Music of Central Asia, Vol. 5: The Badakhshan Ensemble - Song and Dance from the Pamir Mountains
Falak-i Dashti by Qorbân Qorbânov from the Album Asie centrale: Les maîtres du dotâr - Central Asia: The Masters of the Dotâr [Ouzbékistan - Tadjikistan - Iran (Khorâsân) - Turkménistan]
Books about Falaki:
Kitab al-muhakkik al-mudakkik al-Yunani al-Failasuf al-shahir bi-abi mashar al-Falaki (Arabic Edition) by Abu Mashar (Jan 1, 1923)
FALAKI-I-SHIRWANI James G. Forlong Fund, Vol. X by Hadi, Ph.D. [editor] Hasan (1929)
Falaki-I-Shirwani Diwan (James G. Forlong Fund Vol. IX) by Hadi Hasan (1929)
Falaki-i-Shirwani: His Times, Life and Works (Royal Asiatic Society Books) by Hadi Hasan (Oct 30, 2001)
Falaki I Shirwani His Times Life & Works by Hadi Hasan (1929)
Falaki roghi by Safarmuhammad Aiubi (1990)
Falak-i Shirwani: Biography and Works (Royal Asiatic Society S) by H Hasan (Dec 1929)
Wiki information Falaki:
Amir El-Falaki is a Danish vocalist. He was a member of the band Toy-Box. Amir is of Moroccan descent and speaks Danish, English, Arabic, and French. Amir wanted to be a doctor, but became a dance teacher instead. He met Anila Mirza at a New Year's...
Ismail Mustafa or Ismail Mustafa al-Falaki was an Egyptian astronomer and mathematician. "al-Falaki" was added to his name literally meaning "the astronomer". He was born in Cairo to a family of Turkish origin and was educated in Paris, France.