Algerian singer Warda, who lived most of her life in Cairo, died in the Egtptian capital aged 72 late on Thursday. Beomry Koloh Habeatak Live 2. The year-old Algerian singer Warda died in Cairo, being known for a classical style of Arabic singing. Zaman Maho Zamany feat.
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Warda died on 17 May in Cairoafter suffering a cardiac arrest.
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This page was last edited on 14 Septemberat The song denounced colonialism and urged for a united Arab nations to defeat foreign occupation see Partitioning of the Ottoman Empire. Balak balak - Medahette.
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Born Warda Fatouki in France in to an Algerian father and Lebanese mother, the singer spent most of her adult life in Egypt. Retrieved 29 August Lebanon El Hob Live 2.
She will be buried at the Al-Alia cemetery in Algiers, her son said. Maula Way - Single. Live Albums See All. It was a decision that would cost her her marriage.
Abadi Al Johar - Single. But when then president Houari Boumediene asked Warda to sing for the celebrations to mark the year anniversary of independence, she agreed.
She was a regional icon whose powerful patriotic tunes were matched in popularity by her romantic ballads. Aayeza Moageza Live Record. Akdeb Alik Live Friday, 04 January Algeria has sent a military plane to Cairo to carry Warda's body back home.
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BORN Jul 22, Zaman Maho Zamany feat. She then moved to Egypt, where she made her fame and married the popular Egyptian composer Baligh Hamdi. She was 72 years old. Retrieved from " https: Beomry Koloh Habeatak Live 2.
Awkaty Betehlaw Live Record. Warda took music lessons from jzairia Egyptian singers, including Oum Kalthoum, Abdelwahab and Abdelhalim Hafez, before performing her own songs to music composed by her Tunisian mentor, Sadeq Thuraya. They settled in Beirut, where Warda soon found work singing at Tanyos, a famous local nightspot. The year-old Algerian singer Warda died in Cairo, being known for a classical style of Arabic singing.