Yosefa Dahari

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Yosefa Dahari is an Israeli singer born of Yemeni and Moroccan parents. Her style blends world beat electronic dance music beats with traditional singing styles of the Morocco and Yemen.[1] Born Yosefa Dahari, she lives in Israel.[2][3]

Her recordings include Middle Eastern instruments such as the kanun, oud, zourna, darbouka and tin drum, as well as European instruments.[4][5] Her style has been characterized as following in the tradition of the late Yemeni-Israeli singer Ofra Haza.[6]

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