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Laarbi Batma (1948, in Oulad Bouziri [Chaouia] – 1997) was a Moroccan musician, author, and the front man of the group Nass El Ghiwane. The leader was since the beginning the singer and bendir player, Omar Sayed.
- "Adieu Batma", obituary of Laarbi Batma in Jeune Afrique, 1997 Mar-May
- Abdallah Mdarhri Alaoui, Aspects du roman marocain, 1950-2003: approche historique, thématique et esthétique,ed. Éditions zaouia, 2006, p. 65
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