Yosefa Dahari is an Israeli singer born of Yemeni and Moroccan parents. Her style blends world beat electronic dance music beats with traditional singing styles of the Morocco and Yemen. Born Yosefa Dahari, she lives in Israel.
Her recordings include Middle Eastern instruments such as the kanun, oud, zourna, darbouka and tin drum, as well as European instruments. Her style has been characterized as following in the tradition of the late Yemeni-Israeli singer Ofra Haza.
- Yosefa (Trolika, 1993)
- Lullaby Single (Unknown, about 1994)
- The Desert Speaks (EMI Hemisphere, 1996)
- Yosefa, marocaudio.com http://marocaudio.com/Yosefa/epk/[permanent dead link]
- Indopedia, List of Jews from the Arab world, http://www.indopedia.org/index.php?title=List_of_Jews_from_the_Arab_World
- Billboard, February 24, 1996 http://books.google.com/books?id=LA8EAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA89&lpg=PA89&dq=yosefa+singer+morocco&source=bl&ots=norMsWZo3j&sig=SZFckIKfz54zYUvgOX40OHUXtDU&hl=en#v=onepage&q=yosefa%20singer%20morocco&f=false
- Yosefa http://marocaudio.com/Yosefa/epk/[permanent dead link]
- All Things Considered, NPR, November 14, 1995, Israeli Singer Offers Wide Range in Debut Release http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-28473632.html
- Houston Press, Bob Burtman, Soundcheck, March 26, 1996 http://www.houstonpress.com/content/printVersion/217716/
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