Faiz Ali Faiz

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Faiz Ali Faiz and company at Millennium Park.
Faiz Ali Faiz and company at Millennium Park.

Faiz Ali Faiz (Urdu: فیض علی فیض; born in 1962 in Sharaqpur, Pakistan) is a well-known Pakistani qawwali singer.[1][2]

Faiz was born into a family of seven generations of qawwals.[1] He studied classical music with Ustad Ghulam Shabir Khan and Ustad Jafat Khan, and qawwali music with Muhammad Ali Faridi and Abdur Rahim Faridi Qawwal.

Faiz Ali Faiz was nominated for a BBC Radio 3 World Music Award in 2005 and 2006.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • The New Qawwali Voice (2003)
  • Ton Amour Me Fait Danser (Your Love Makes Me Dance) (2005)
  • Qawwali-Flamenco, with Duquende, Miguel Poveda and Chicuelo (2006)
  • Chalo Achha Hua (2007)
  • Nigahen (2007)
  • Chand (2007)
  • Tera Deewana (2007)
  • Mulaqat (2007)
  • Jaadu: Magic, with Titi Robin (2009)[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Profile of Faiz Ali Faiz on BBC Radio website- (Award for World Music 2006)". Retrieved 14 December 2017. 
  2. ^ Sain Zahoor/Faiz Ali Faiz review - Islamic ecstasy from Sufi stars The Guardian (UK newspaper), Published 28 September 2015, Retrieved 14 December 2017
  3. ^ Titi Robin & Faiz Ali Faiz: Jaadu (Magic) abc.net.au website, Published 22 November 2009, Retrieved 14 December 2017

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