After reading several answers on this site,
I get the impression that religious music different from the usual recitation of the Qur'an is often not appreciated but opinions differ. In particular, in the first Q&A, there are two views opposing each other; the negative answer not really being supported by authorative sources. I personally do not really see why Qur'an verses should not be set into beautiful music as it arose in the European (Christian) culture from the 12th Century a.D (6th a.H). I would like to split the question into three aspects:
- Is there any explicit interdiction in Hadith (or in the Holy Qur'an where I have not found it)?
- Have any scolars explicitly opposed to ornamental or choral music for worship? Who and where?
- Would I rise anger among Muslim societies if I set verses of the Holy Qur'an in its original into (a-capella) music?
The difference to prior questions is that it is not only about «music with a good intention» but the aspect to worship God the Most High and recite the Holy Qur'an by the means of multi-voice music.