In the question below:

How are Adhan and Iqama recited in the Ibadi madhhab?

One of the answers has the statement:

"Note that the adhan and iqamah are most correct if they are performed in natural voice, and for the adahn especially it should be quite -with small pauses- and clear voice (which is also preferred by imam Malik), not in a melodical voice as is usually done in the middle east for example."

As @Crimson points out in the comment section, do we have any point of reference which may explain if one is preferred over the other.

  • I think rejecting melodical adhan could be based on the practice of the people in Medina and the accordingly application of a hadith. – Medi1Saif Dec 15 '18 at 9:00

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