Mohamed Mooge Liibaan

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Mohamed Mooge Liibaan
محمد الموجي ليبان
Mohamed Mooge Liibaan.jpg
Picture of Mohamed Mooge Liibaan in early 1970s
Background information
Birth name Maxamed Mooge Liibaan
Born 1945
Origin Hargeisa, British Somaliland
Died June 1984
Genres Somali music
Occupation(s) Musician, Teacher and Activist
Instruments Oud, vocals
Years active 1960s–1984
Associated acts Waaberi
Website Maxamed-mooge.com (Somali)

Mohammed Mooge Liibaan (Somali: Maxamed Mooge Liibaan, Arabic: محمد الموجي لبنان‎‎) (d. June 1984) was a prominent Somali instrumentalist and vocalist.

History[edit]

Mooge was born in Hargeisa, British Somaliland. A member of the Waaberi musical ensemble, before starting his music career he worked as a school teacher then he started singing at an early age with his brother, Ahmad Mooge Liibaan. Mooge is regarded by many Somalis to be one of the greatest Somali musicians to have ever lived. He was very popular for his abilities on the oud, an instrument he would come to be associated with. he hails from Eidagale clan of the larger Isaaq Somali clan.

Music[edit]

Popular songs by Mooge include:

  • Aamiinta kula idhi
  • Allahayow
  • Adduunyoow
  • Adigiyo jacaylkana
  • Baxsanow Hadraawow
  • Ciilka Dadweynaha
  • Dadka hayska weyneyn
  • Dalxiis
  • Dhayyal looma heesee
  • Dhulkii hooyo
  • Doonidii Jacaylka
  • Galbis
  • Guga
  • Habluhu kala wanaagsan
  • Hami Iyo Jacayl
  • Haween U Samir
  • Idil
  • Ifka
  • Jirab
  • La Jiifiyaana
  • Maxaa Iga Galay Nin Geelbadan
  • Maxamed
  • Mudantii haweenkaa
  • Nabsiga Hiisha
  • Nafta Ku Ogolaatay
  • Oogada Jirkeygiyo
  • Saxarla
  • Saylaha
  • Shacbaan
  • Waa Oday Kasheekee
  • Walaac
  • Waayeel Dadow
  • Xeebtaa Jabuuti
  • Xilo Jano
  • sabab kale ha moodine

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