There were a number of reciters engaged in learning and teaching the Qur’an in Medina. Anyone learning from one of them would transmit that individual’s particular style of recitation when he transmitted it to others as a tradition. Various ways of recitation occur. One may attribute this, firstly, to the fact that the script used at the time was the kufic style and had no diacritical points; each word could be read in various ways’
Secondly, most people were illiterate and, when learning the Qur’an, had no alternative but to commit it to memory and transmit it orally. This method continued to be used for many generations.
This page contains Various ways of recitation other than “Hafs An-Assim” recitation way that Sheikh Jebril used to recite.