Since the s, Majida always released singles, with some of them were not included in her albums. Arabic , classical , opera. Retrieved 3 February Majida performed it once in Jounieh International Festials in dedicated to her country Lebanon. After releasing her first album Wadaa Farewell in , Majida got the attention of Egyptian filmmaker Youssef Chahine. Patriotic dedicated to the Lebanese Army released in the 80s and Majida last sang this song in Jounieh International Festivals in Archived from the original on 9 December

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Title song was taken from Psalm 51as well as “Radita” Satisfied from Psalm 85with a gentle call for God to enforce humans with his mercy and blessings.

Archived from the original on 9 December President Michel Sulaiman and First Lady Wafaa hosted many public figures, politicians and artists in this occasion. Portrait of Majida El Roumi in Ala albi malak of many great Lebanese singers, musicians and composers”. I will travel the extra mile and do what I can regardless of the size of my mission. Retrieved on 14 October See Wikipedia’s guide to writing better articles for suggestions.

The song was liked in Lebanon as it kicked off with the outbreak of the Lebanese Civil War in April Patriotic dedicated to Lebanon performed many times in and This article’s tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone ala albi malak on Wikipedia. Rhythmic and brass section were recorded at studios Val d’Orge and Meudon assisted by the Budapest Symphony Orchestra recorded at studio Tomtom and Radio Budapest with vocals and oriental instruments recorded at JMR studio’s.


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Retrieved 22 October Later in the 90s, exactly in”Ibhath Anni” Look For Me followed the template set by “Kalimat” was Majida’s seventh released album. Starting with its wide arrangement, Nour Men Nour holds some of the most famous international tunes and jingles with new adapted styles, like the Waltz for “Sahrit Eid” originally We Three Kings composed by John Henry Hopkinsand “De’e Bwabon” originally adapted from Hark!

It was a one of a kind concert for her in Carthage [41] and Ala albi malak. Retrieved from ” https: Majida said during a press conference that the event is evidence that humanity ala albi malak unite for good and to make peoples lives better anywhere in the world. She is also a UN Goodwill Ambassador. The melody starts calmly and becomes gradually strong and intense. Singer Majida El Roumi helps the poor”.

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Majida worked for the first time with composeer Jamal Salameh in in the song’s arrangement. The festival took place at Emirates Palace and expected ala albi malak raise millions for underprivileged children across the globe.

Special wedding song for Majida’s daughter Hala during her wedding, released in a special album and distributed during the wedding ceremony in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Minister toured with Majida various booths of participating countries and they attended performances for each alla including Lebanon.


By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. After releasing her first album Wadaa Ala albi malak inMajida got the attention of Egyptian filmmaker Youssef Chahine. Arabicclassicalopera.

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It was also the only concert ever that Majida sang “Kalimat” twice with historical standing ovations between each and every song of the program. Henry Zoughaib worte “Min Lli Tall”, too.

Arabic lyrics are taken from CadmusSaid Akl ‘s theater play and French lyrics are freely inspired from the same theater play ala albi malak Lebanese novelist Alexandre Najjar. Majida wrote the lyrics of “Bokra” Tomorrowa charity operate that was released on 11 November It shows her suffering towards her beloved who was not loyal to their love and had no respect to her feelings.

After her concert is Megarama Centre in CasablancaMorocco, she was part of the 49th edition of Carthage Music Festival; she worked for the first time with the Tunisian Symphony Orchestra.