Search Search. Length 6 tracks Release Date Balash Tebousni - Mohamed Abdel Wahab - 40 Years Of Success Volume I Related Tags arabic egyptian egypt bellydance world Add tags View all tags. Tracklist Sorted by: Running order Running order Most popular. Buy Loading. More Love this track. Play album Buy Loading. External Links Apple Music. Artist images 5 more. He composed the "Ya Beladi" also known as "Libya, Libya, Libya" the National anthem of Libya used by the Kingdom of Libya from to and again by the post-Gaddafi transitional government in He also composed the national anthem of Tunisia, "Humat al-Hima.
He… read more. She was born on October 9,in Cairo, Egypt. She was born into Balash Tebousni - Mohamed Abdel Wahab - 40 Years Of Success Volume I middle-class family,  Her father, Sayed Abdel-Wahab,  is a decorator, and her mother, a housewife. Sherine has two siblings, a brother and a sister. As a child, Sherine's vocal talent was first discovered by her music teacher at school; at the age of nine, her teacher convinced her mother to take her to the Cairo Opera House  to meet Selim Sehaba very famous Egyptian classical music conductor.
She sang in front of him, and he liked her voice a lot. From the age of nine to the age of 12, she sang as a choral member at the Cairo Opera Housethen she Opus - Sven Libaek - The Set given a chance to perform as Balash Tebousni - Mohamed Abdel Wahab - 40 Years Of Success Volume I solo singer and had tremendous success.
She kept singing at the Cairo Opera House while looking for a music producer to start her professional career. At the age of 18, she was introduced to Nasr Mahrousa prominent starmaker, director and music producer, he liked her voice and decided to collaborate with her through the company, Free Music, where she met with Tamer Hosny then a new talent seeking an opportunity too.
Nasr Mahrous decided to make her debut as a joint album for both Tamer Hosni and Sherine included two duet songs showcasing them together. The album sold more than 20 million copies across the whole Middle East and North Africa.
The film was directed by Mohamed El-Naggar. The series depicts her as a young lady who struggles in achieving her lifelong dream of becoming a famous singer due to social restriction, regulations and opposition from her family. For his orchestration of the Egyptian national anthem, Anwar Sadat awarded him the rank of general. Abdel Wahab was born in in Cairo. He made his first recording at the age of In he was taken under the wing of Ahmed Shawky, then known as the Prince of Poets.
Shawky saw Nobody Knows - Royal Male Choir Mastreechter Staar* - Nobody Knows / Deep River (Shellac) the furthering of Abdel Wahab's musical and literary education, so that in time if Shawky was the Prince of Poets, Abdel Wahab was known as the Singer to Princes and Kings.
In the late s Abdel Wahab wrote traditional melodies, well suited to Shawky's texts. But as European rule replaced Ottoman rule, Western influences affected local music. In particular, stage musicals in Arabic incorporated Western elements. Init fell to Abdel Wahab to complete a musical left unfinished by the late Said Darwish, a great composer of the previous generation.
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