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Mohammed Abdel Wahab (Arabic: محمد عبد الوهاب), also transliterated Mohammed Abd el-Wahaab (1907 - May 3, 1991) was a prominent 20th century Egyptian singer and composer. Born in Cairo, Egypt, Abdel Wahab played oud before the Prince of Poets, Ahmed Shawqi. Abdel Wahab acted in several movies. He composed 10 songs for Omm Kalthum (أم كلثوم). He was the first Egyptian singer to move from silent-era acting and move to singing. He died in 1991, and is still considered one of the five greats of Arabic music, along with Umm Kalthoum, Farid Al Attrach, Fayrouz, and Abdel Halim Hafez

Mohammed Abdel Wahab was the most prolific Arabic
composer of his time, responsible for more than a
thousand songs. He personally sang hundreds. For his
orchestration of the Egyptian national anthem, Anwar
Sadat awarded him the rank of general.

Abdel Wahab was born in 1907 in Cairo. He made his
first recording at the age of 13. In 1924 he was taken
under the wing of Ahmed Shawky, then known as the
Prince of Poets. Shawky saw to 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 1920s 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. In 1926, it fell to Abdel Wahab to
complete a musical left unfinished by the late Said
Darwish, a great composer of the previous generation.
The musical centered on Antony and Cleopatra, and Abdel
Wahab himself played Antony to great acclaim.

After visiting Paris and familiarizing himself with
French musical presentations, Abdel Wahab invented the
Arabic film musical. To a popular culture in which
romantic love was commonly associated with suffering,
Abdel Wahab introduced a romantic hero of light-hearted
wit and urbane sophistication. His films portrayed a
Westernized social elite and featured music that broke
from tradition. Fellow composers noted that the music
was simplistic compared with Abdel Wahab's previous
work, and Abdel Wahab used lip-synching rather than the
improvisation on which Arabic music had traditionally
relied; but audiences loved it. The film "The White
Flower" was a phenomenon, breaking attendance records.

Abdel Wahab enjoyed introducing new female singers to
the public through his movies; many became stars,
including the great Leila Mourad, who would go on to
produce her own films. Musically, his films continued
controversial, as he began to feature large orchestras
with admixtures of Western instruments. Into his art,
he hybridized Western song forms such as the tango,
samba, and rhumba.

In the 1950s Abdel Wahab left film and concentrated on
his last recordings as a singer, assuming a new and
more serious musical style. In the 1960s he stopped
singing, but he continued composing for other singers.
It was in 1964 that after years of rivalry at the top
of their profession Om Kalthoum released a record of
his "Ente Omry" written for her to a text by the poet
Ahmad Ramy. Perhaps partly because of its timing--
coinciding with the flowering of Nasserism-- the
recording became Egypt's all-time best-seller. It was
the song the young generation thought of when they
thought of Om Kalthoum, though it was certainly Abdel
Wahab, not Om Kalthoum, who spiced up the orchestration
with an electric guitar.

For many years Abdel Wahab appeared very little in
public, but his popularity never faded. In 1988, at
the age of 81, he made a surprise return to the studio,
singing a new composition, and despite lyrics that
seemed unacceptably iconoclastic to some radicals, the
disk sold two million copies





His Albums

Ayazonu



Tracklist:

01. Shakl Tani
02. Ayazonu
03. Emta Taoud



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Bafakar Fely Naseny



Tracklist:

01. Bafakar Fely Naseny
02. Lelet Hob
03. El Habeb Lelhagr Maiel



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Cleopatra



Tracklist:

01. Cleopatra
02. Han El Wod
03. Doa Al Sharq
04. Hayati



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Daret El Ayam



Tracklist:

01. La Takzibi
02. Nagwa
03. Daret El Ayam



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Gafnoho Alam Al Ghazal



Tracklist:

01. Gafnoho
02. Khaief Akol
03. Seket leh ya lesani
04. Ya babor kolli
05. Kan Agmal yom
06. Ya Ward Min Yechterik
07. Belil Ya Rohi



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Layali El Shark



Tracklist:

01. Layali El Shark
02. El Fan
03. Akbal Al Saad
04. Haiaty Ana



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Rosasa Fel Qulb



Tracklist:

01. Ensa Al Donia
02. Hakeem Oyoun
03. Mashghol Bighery
04. El Mayah
05. Ahebo
06. Lastu Adry
07. Hananak Beya
08. Ha Qulak Eah
09. Ya Glass



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Min Gher Leh



Tracklist:

Min Gher Leh



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هذا اعمال الموسيقار الكبير محمد عبد الوهــاب

تم الرفع على 8 روابط حتى لا يكون فى مشاكل فى التحميــل

نرجو ان تنال اعجباكـ وفى انتظار الردود المشجعه


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