Thank you all very much who have voted for my suggestion. I tried to explain why I put this "non-canonical"musician as a suggestion on this board. But ... mind, please, what would a Tolkien-like world be without tunes and music? What about the lute-player in the Prancing Pony? ... On the other hand I feel a bit responsible for the "canonical" Dwarves playing and tuning instruments in the MX-UP. So in the end I'm glad that also tunes from Harad found their way to our various imaginations of Tolkien's universe.
Mind that I have nothing about the Haradan musicians completing the bellydancer and trader. I am even certain that the whole of them could make a great Harad vignette! I was just quoting facts in order to clarify things Not ALL GF releases have to be "canonical" or "named" , the main problem would be to have a Majority of them... this is not the case
"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill."(Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)
No harm intended and no harm taken let's just enjoy our hobby And yes, it was my idea to have a small Hard-vignette around the trader. So we'll have it in two parts now. And ... there could also be a surprise