Mohamed Fawzi (musician)

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Mohamed Fawzi
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Background information
Native name
محمد فوزي
Birth nameMohamed Fawzi Abbas Elhaw
Born(1918-08-15)August 15, 1918
Tanta, Egypt
DiedOctober 20, 1966(1966-10-20) (aged 48)
Cairo, Egypt
GenresClassical Egyptian Music
Occupation(s)Composer and Singer

Mohamed Fawzi (Egyptian Arabic: محمد فوزي, born Mohamed Fawzi Abbas Elhaw, August 15, 1918 – October 20, 1966) was an Egyptian composer and singer. Artist Mohamed Fawzi & Co was established El sharq El Awsat factory for Vinyl in April 30, 1959, and turned into Sono Cairo /Sout Al-Qahira Company for Vinyl in January 6, 1964. He composed the music for "Kassaman", the Algerian national anthem.

Early life[edit]

He was born in Tanta, Egypt. He was an Oud player at a very young age.[1] His sister was the renowned actress Huda Sultan.[2][2]

Filmography[edit]

Actor[edit]

  1. Leila Bent El Shatee' - ليلة بنت الشاطئ 1959
  2. Kol Da'a f Alby - كل دقة في قلبي
  3. Moegezet Al Samaa'- معجزة السماء 1956
  4. Thawret Al Madina - ثورة المدينة 1955
  5. Da'iman Maak Movie - دايما معاك 1954
  6. Banaat Hawaa' - بنات حواء 1954
  7. Fael Kheir - فاعل خير 1953
  8. Ebn lel Egaar - إبن للإيجار 1953
  9. Ya Halawet El Hob - يا حلاوة الحب 1952
  10. Mn Ayn Laka Haza - من اين لك هذا 1952
  11. Nhayet Kessa 1951 - نهاية قصة
  12. Ward Al Gharaam 1951 - ورد الغرام
  13. Al Hob Fi Khatar 1951 - الحب في خطر
  14. Al Anessa Mama 1950 - الأنسة ماما
  15. Gharaam Rakessa 1950 - غرام راقصة
  16. Al Zooga Al Sabaa 1950 - الزوجة السابعة
  17. Ah mn El Regaala 1950 - آه من الرجالة
  18. Bent Mn Paris 1950 - بنت من باريس

Producer[edit]

  • Da'iman Maak Movie 1954

References[edit]

  1. ^ Remembering Mohamed Fawzi; Egyptian Singer, actor and joy maker
  2. ^ a b Leading Egyptian actress dies, Al Jazeera, 2006, retrieved 21 September 2017

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