Aziza Jalal

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Aziza Jalal
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Aziza Jalal
Background information
Native name
عزيزة محمد جلال
Birth nameAziza Mohamed Jalal
Born (1958-12-15) 15 December 1958 (age 60)
Meknès, Morocco
GenresArabic music, Egyptian pop, Moroccan pop.
Occupation(s)Singer, record producer
Years active1975–1985
LabelsMazzika
Alam El Phan
Sout El-Hob Record Label
Sawt El Phan
WebsiteAziza Jalal

Aziza Jalal (Arabic: عزيزة جلال‎, Aziza Jalal; born 15 December 1958)[1] is a Moroccan former Arabic pop singer.

Career[edit]

Aziza Jalal is an iconic Arabic singer from Morocco.[2]

In a singing career that lasted from 1975-1985, Aziza Jalal became a popular classical singers across the Arab world before deciding to give up the artistic scene for a life of piety with a Saudi husband. She was known to be King Hassan II of Morocco's favourite signer, and often appeared on Moroccan television and at state occasions singing nationalistic, pan-Arab, and Islamic-themed material.[3]

Retirement[edit]

In 1985, Aziza Jalal chose to leave the stage. Aziza Jalal married a Saudi businessman who asked her to give up her career.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Song الأغاني
Halakti Ayouni Hna W Hnak حلقت عيوني هنا وهناك
Ahila Al Maghreb عاهل المغرب
Batala Al Qodss بطل القدس
Ya Laylo Toul ياليـل طول
Al Aido Ada العيد عاد
Annouro Mawsolo النور موصول
Yorani Liarchika يغن لعرشك
Min Koli Dakit Alb من كل دقة قلب
Sayidi Ya Sid Sadati سيدي ياسيد ساداتي
Gazayil Follah غزيل فله
Ya Shoue ياشوق هزني هوى الشوق
Ella Aweel Matkabilna إلا أول ماتقابلنا
Howa El Hobi Liaba هو الحب لعبه
Waltakayna والتقينا
Zayi Manta زي مانت
Minak Wi Eleek منك واليك
Mestaniyak [5] مستنياك
Min Haak Tiatibni من حقك تعاتبني
Haramti El Hob حرمت الحب عليه
Rouhi Feek روحي فيك
Azzamzamiya قصيدة الزمزمية
Mawlay مولاي
Ghali Ya Hassan غال ياحسن
Inta Omri إنت عمري
Arouh Limin أروح لمين
Al Atlal الأطلال
Layali El Onss ليالي الأنس
Youmi El Massira ِمِن يِنسى يوم المسيرة
Official song of the Pan Arab Games 1985 1985 الأغنية الرسمية لإفتتاح الألعاب العربية
Man Ana من أنا؟

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aziza Galal sur alrai.com, consulté le 15 août 2014.
  2. ^ "عزيزة جلال.. العفوية والأسلوب النوذجي الفاخر!". جريدة الرياض (in Arabic). Retrieved 2018-03-19.
  3. ^ "Pop Culture in North Africa and the Middle East: Entertainment and Society around the World". publisher.abc-clio.com. Retrieved 2018-03-19.
  4. ^ ""يحيى يعيش" وpasse-partout وManipulation". الأخبار (in Arabic). Retrieved 2018-03-19.
  5. ^ عزيزة جلال - أشهر من جلست على كرسي الانتظار

Further reading[edit]

  • Pop Culture in North Africa and the Middle East: Entertainment and Society around the World, by Andrew Hammond, Series: Entertainment and Society around the World, 2017 - 319 pages. ISBN 1440833834, 978-1440833830
  • الرماد والموسيقى: حفريات في ذاكرة غنائية عربية, واصل، أحمد, دار الفرابي، 2009 - ISBN 9953713340, 9789953713342-
  • Alif bāʼ, Volume 10, by Karīm Irāqī, Publisher, Dār al-Jamāhīr lil-Ṣiḥāfah, 1977, Indiana University - Digitized on 16 July 2010
  • Iraqi Maqam voices of women: an analytical study of the critical technical experience of Iraqi women in singing Almqami, by Hussein Azami, by Hussein Azami, AIRP, 2005 - 316 pages. ISBN 9953366772, 9789953366777
  • Songs and stories, by Karīm Irāqī, by Karīm Irāqī, Company Whites of Arts and Letters, Volume 1, Aghānī wa-ḥikāyātuhā, Karīm ʻIrāqī -
  • La condition de la femme au Maroc, by Abderrazak Moulay Rchid, Volume 33 of Collection de la Faculté des sciences juridiques, économiques et sociales: Série de langue française Issue 33 of Collection: Série de langue française, Jamiʻat Muḥammad V. Kullīyat al-Huqūq wa-al-ʻUlūm al-Iqtisādiyah wa-al-Siyāsiyah, Editions de la Faculté des sciences juridiques, économiques, et sociales de Rabat, 1985 - . (in French)