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Mohamed Ali Ebrahim El Asabgi or Mohamed El-Asabgi (15 April 1892 - 1966) was an Egyptian composer that was known for his renewal of Arabic music and being inspired by the European Classic music in his works. He composed hundreds of songs to many great voices such as Asmahan, Laila Mourad and many others.
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