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Nasri Shamseddine (in Arabic نصري شمس الدين) (also spelled Nasri Chamseddine) (27 June 1927 - 18 March 1983) was a Lebanese singer and actor. His recordings remain very popular in the Arab world. He performed in several films and was associated for many years with the Lebanese singer, Fairuz.
Shamseddine was born Nasreddine Moustapha Shamesedine (in Arabic نصر الدين مصطفى شمس الدين) in the village of Joun, in the southern part of the Chouf mountains. As a young man, he spent time in Alexandria and Cairo unsuccessfully looking for work in films. He returned to Beirut and joined the choir of the Lebanese state radio.
In the late 1950s, he joined the Lebanese Popular Troupe of the Rahbani brothers.
- Kahwagi, Muriel (July 17, 2009). "A bouquet of cultural diversion in Deir al-Qamar festivales will run through August". The Daily Star.
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