The above, and a pair of handmade Beja shoes. Traditional leather sandals, with a design dating to the Pharaonic period, for which Ahmed Said will go to the countryside of Eastern Sudan to one of the last guys around who still makes them.
Executive producer credit, four of each CD, four prints, 2 posters, 2 t-shirts, the DVD, and YOUR OWN TAMBUR! An opportunity to own a unique instrument, which you may never see otherwise. Built by Ali al Abady. For a superb soft or hard case, made by a Cairo artisan specializing in instrument cases, please add $100 or $200 respectively. Three video lessons included.
Executive producer credit, four of each CD, four prints, 2 posters, 2 t-shirts, the DVD, and items of Beja tribal craftsmanship. The Beja are renown for their leather and woodworking: belts, pouches, arm bands, and necklaces, as well as carved figurines, combs, and knives.