Music is an art form and cultural activity whose medium is sound organized in time. The common elements of music are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics (loudness and softness), and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture (which are sometimes termed the "color" of a musical sound). Different styles or types of music may emphasize, de-emphasize or omit some of these elements.
Qawwali is a type of singing although it contains religious words. Our Shia Ulama consider listening to Qawwali with its musical instruments as not permissible.
Music which is usually used by sinners is not permissible. The rule is same and it makes no difference whether the music is cultural or traditional ot not.
Dancing is forbidden always and under any circumstance.
Listening to any type of music which is usually used by the sinners is not permissible. If the music is not usually used by the sinners e.g. military music, funerary music, etc, then it will be permissible according to many of our scholars.
Any material which is used in sinful acts only, is not allowed to be passed to others by selling or gifting etc.
It is not permissible to have or play or listen to any music which is usually used by the sinners.
If the patriotic or national songs are not considered by common people as usual songs used by the sinners in their sinful gatherings, then it will be permissible to listen to such patriotic or national songs.
This is not "music" (please, no one get angry at me or insulted because I am calling this "music"!), but I found it interesting the way they have arranged the NASHEED in an orchestral manner, and it seems to fall into the category of "halal":
Prohibitions are based on hadith. Interpretations of Islamic law which allow for use of musical instruments are based on reconsidering the applicability/correctness of those hadith or the cultural context.
For instance, the type of music that is mentioned in hadith was usually associated with licentious behaviour, alcohol, dancing slave girls, and other ethically problematic things, whereas elevator music does not have those connotations today. Still, it is good to consider that certain instruments may have positive or negative effects on people ethically or spiritually, and not to assume that everything is cultural context - God knows best.
Thank you for your question. Enjoining the good and forbidden the evil is dependent on the effectiveness of your actions or words, not on whether the person will feel bad for a time, even if that be your own parents. Rather, what is important is to maintain respect and gentleness if you think your message will reach open ears.
As for playing haram music at your wedding you can state quite clearly that you would be opposed to that.
May you always be successful
There is a difference between "listening" and "hearing". You have no control of your surroundings, when you are going shopping or in the street, and hence it will not be sinful.
And Allah knows best.
Muslim female must keep herself away from harmful exposure to non Mahram men. Full Hijab is must and she should not allow any misuse to her photo or video especially if she is young or looks attractive.
'It is permissible for Muslim woman to teach or guide others through Internet including YouTube etc after being sure that she is abiding to the Islamic teachings which aims to protect her from any type of exploitation.
It makes no difference how the music is made or played whether techno or otherwise, every music which is usually used by the sinners is not permissible to play or listen to.