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ụdịekerenwoke Dezie
mba o sịEgypt Dezie
aha n'asụsụ obodoعبد الحليم حافظ Dezie
Aha ọmụmụعبد الحليم علي إسماعيل شبانة Dezie
Aha enyereAbdul Halim Dezie
aha otutuالعندليب الأسمر Dezie
Ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya21 Jụn 1929, 21 Jụn 1930 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụQ12186674 Dezie
Ụbọchị ọnwụ ya30 Maachị 1977 Dezie
Ebe ọ nwụrụLondon Dezie
Ụdị ọnwụeke na-akpata Dezie
ihe kpatara ọnwụliver cirrhosis Dezie
Ebe oliliEl Basatin Dezie
nwanneQ20605707 Dezie
Asụsụ obodoArabic Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaArabic Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọHigher Institute of Arabic Music Dezie
oge ọrụ ya (mmalite)1952 Dezie
Oge ọrụ ya (njedebe)1977 Dezie
ngwa egwucontralto, oboe, oud Dezie
ụdịmusic of Egypt, Arabic music Dezie
akara ndekọAlam El Phan Dezie
Abdel Halim Hafez

 

Abdel Halim Ali Shabana (Arabic), nke a maara dịka Abdel Halim Hafez (Arabic: حافظ,Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: (ئیدæbd el ħæliːm ħɑːfɪzʹ) (June 21, 1929, onye nduzi, onye ọchụnta ego, onye nkuzi egwu na onye na-emepụta ihe nkiri.[1][2][1][3][4] A na-ewere ya dịka otu n'ime ndị egwu Egypt kachasị ukwuu tinyere Umm Kulthum, Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Mohamed Fawzi, na Shadia.[2][5] Ka ewu ewu ya na-eto, e nyere ya aha njirimara 'el-Andaleeb el-Asmar (Arabic), nke pụtara The Dark-Skinned Nightingale.[6] Ka ọ dị ugbu a, ọ rere ihe karịrị nde ndekọ iri asatọ.[2][7]

Mmalite ndụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

A mụrụ Abdel Halim Ali Shabanah na El-Halawat na El Sharqia, kilomita 80 (50 kilomita) n'ebe ugwu Cairo, ọ bụ nwa nke anọ nke Ali Ismail Shabanah. O nwere ụmụnne nwoke abụọ, Ismail na Mohamed, na otu nwanne nwanyị, Alyah. Nne ya nwụrụ site na nsogbu ịrụ ọrụ ụbọchị atọ mgbe ọ mụsịrị ya ihe mere ka ndị gbara ya gburugburu kwere na ọ wetaara ọdachi. Nna ya nwụrụ afọ ise ka e mesịrị, na-ahapụ ya na ụmụnne ya ka ha bụrụ ụmụ mgbei oge ha dị obere. Ọ biri n'ụlọ ụmụ mgbei dara ogbenye ruo ọtụtụ afọ.[1] Ọ bụ nwanne nne ya na nwanne nna ya zụlitere ya na Cairo. N'ime afọ ndị a, Abdel Halim dara ogbenye nke ukwuu.[8]

Ikike egwu Abdel Halim pụtara ìhè mgbe ọ nọ n'ụlọ akwụkwọ praịmarị na nwanne ya nwoke nke okenye Ismail Shabanah bụ onye nkuzi egwu mbụ ya. Mgbe ọ dị afọ iri na anọ, ọ sonyeere ụlọ ọrụ egwu Arabic dị na Cairo ma bụrụ onye a ma ama maka ịbụ abụ Mohammed Abdel Wahab. Ọ hapụrụ ụlọ akwụkwọ Higher Theatrical Music Institute dịka onye na-egwu oboe.[9][10]

Ọrụ egwu[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Na mbido, Abdel Halim rụrụ ọrụ dịka onye nkuzi egwu na ụlọ akwụkwọ dị na Tanta na El-Mahalla El-Kubra. Mgbe ọ na-abụ abụ na klọb dị na Cairo, a họpụtara Abdel Halim dịka onye na-anọchi anya na nkeji ikpeazụ mgbe onye na-agụ egwu Karem Mahmoud enweghị ike ịbụ abụ a haziri na redio n'afọ 1953.[11] Hafez Abdel Wahab, onye nlekọta mmemme egwu maka redio mba Ijipt, nụrụ egwu Abdel Halim. Abdel Halim weere 'Hafez', aha mbụ Abdel Wahab, dịka aha nna ya iji kwado nkwado ya.

N'oge mmalite nke ọrụ ya, a jụrụ Abdel Halim maka ụdị abụ ọhụrụ ya. Otú ọ dị, ọ nọgidere ma nwee ike inweta otuto mgbe e mesịrị.[6] N'ikpeazụ, ọ ghọrọ onye na-agụ egwú nke ọgbọ niile nwere mmasị na ya.[12] Ọ ghọkwara onye na-agụ egwu ịhụnanya mbụ n'Ijipt.

N'oge ọ na-arụ ọrụ, ọ bụ onye a ma ama ma na-eme ihe mgbe niile n'ọgbọ egwuregwu na ámá egwuregwu.[13] N'agbanyeghị ewu ewu ya, ọ naghị ewepụta abọm studio ebe ọ bụ na ọ rụrụ ọrụ dị ka onye na-agụ egwu.[5] Ọ na-akpọkwa ọtụtụ ngwá egwu dị iche iche, gụnyere oboe, ịgbà, piano, oud, clarinet na guitar.[1] O tinyere aka n'akụkụ niile nke egwu ya.[2] Halim webatara ọtụtụ ngwá egwu ọhụrụ na Arab World. A maara ya maka nnukwu mmasị ya n'abụ ya na olu ya pụrụ iche.[2][5] Halim rụrụ ọrụ na ihe fọrọ nke nta ka ọ bụrụ mba ọ bụla na Arab World nakwa na mpụga Arab World, gụnyere ọtụtụ kọntaktị na Europe.[2] Ọzọkwa, ọ bụrụ abụ na-akwalite abụ ịhụ mba n'anya ọ bụghị naanị maka obodo ya bụ Ijipt bụ onye ọ raara nye ọtụtụ n'ime abụ ịhụ mba ya n'anya, kamakwa enwere abụ ole na ole a raara nye mba ndị ọzọ dị na Arab World dị ka Lebanon, Syria, Tunisia, Algeria na Morocco n'oge mgbanwe na agha ha. Ọ na-agba ume ma na-enyere ọtụtụ ndị na-eto eto na-ese ihe na ndị na-eme ihe nkiri aka ịchụso ọrụ na-aga nke ọma.[14][15][16] Ndị otu Mazzika nwetara akwụkwọ ya niile na mbido afọ 2000

Ndụ onwe[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Hafez na-enye onye isi ala Gamal Abdel Nasser aka, onye ya na ya bụ enyi, 1958

Mgbe ọ dị afọ iri na otu, Abdel Halim butere ọrịa a na-adịghị ahụkebe nke na-ebute mmiri na-ebugharị na mmiri ma nwee nsogbu maka ọtụtụ ọrụ ya.[1][6] N'agbanyeghị nke a, ọ nọgidere na-enwe obi ụtọ ma gaa n'ihu na-ede ma na-eme egwu ya.[17]

Ọ bụ ezie na Abdel Halim alụghị nwunye, a nụrụ na ọ lụrụ onye na-eme ihe nkiri Soad Hosni na nzuzo ruo afọ isii. Egosighi nke a ruo ugbu a. Ndị na-anọ ndị na-agụ egwú abụọ nso gọnahụrụ asịrị a.[18][19]

Ọnwụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ememe olili ozu nke Abdel Halim Hafez

Abdel Halim nwụrụ n'ihi ọrịa imeju dịka nsogbu sitere na Schistosoma mansoni (ihe atụ St. George's University School of Medicine) na Machị 30, 1977 (ọnwa olenaole tupu afọ 48 ya) mgbe ọ na-agwọ Bilharzia na King's College Hospital, London. Ọtụtụ nde mmadụ bịara olili ozu ya na Cairo karịa olili oolu ọ bụla n'akụkọ ihe mere eme nke Middle East, ma e wezụga nke Onye isi ala Nasser.[6][20] A kọrọ na Halim nwere ọtụtụ nrọ na ihe mgbaru ọsọ ọ chọrọ iru, ọ bụ ezie na ọnwụ ya n'oge gbochiri ya ime otú ahụ.[17] Mgbe Halim nwụsịrị, e dekọrọ na ndị mmadụ gburu onwe ha, gụnyere ma ọ dịkarịa ala ụmụ nwanyị anọ gburu onwe ya site na isi na veranda wụpụ n'oge njem olili ozu ya.[1][6] E liri ya na Al Bassatin Cemetery na Cairo.

Abụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ụfọdụ n'ime abụ ndị a ma ama nke Halim bụ:[21]

  • "Ahwak" (M na-asọ gị n'anya),
  • "Ala Ad El Sho'" (Dị ka agụụ),
  • "Ala Hesb Wedad" (Ebe ọ bụla obi m na-eduga m),
  • "Betlomooni Leih" (Gịnị mere ị ga-eji ụta m),
  • "El Massih" (Kraịst),
  • "Fatet Ganbena" (Ọ gafere anyị),
  • "Gabbar" (Onye mpako),
  • Gana El Hawa" (Mmetụta ahụ kpaliri anyị),
  • "Sawwah" (Wanderer),
  • "Maw'ood" (A na-ewepụ ya),
  • "Zai El Hawa" (Dị ka ịhụnanya),
  • "Qari'at Al Fingan" (The coffee fortune-taller), abụ ikpeazụ ya mgbe ọ dị ndụ
  • "Habibati Man-Takoon" (Ịhụnanya m, Ònye bụ Ọ), wepụtara mgbe ọ nwụsịrị

Ihe nkiri[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Aha ya Ụbọchị a tọhapụrụ ya Ọrụ Ndị ibe ya Onye nduzi Ihe edeturu
Lahn El Wafa' (Abụ nke Ikwesị ntụkwasị obi) March 1, 1955 Galal Shadia Ibrahim Amara Abdel Halim Hafez duziri
Ayyamna al-Holwa (Ụbọchị Anyị Mara Mma) March 1, 1955 Ali Faten Hamama, Omar Sharif, Ahmed Ramzy Helmy Halim
Ayam We Layali (Ụbọchị na N'abalị) Septemba 8, 1955 Yehia Eman Henry Barakat
Mawed Gharam (Ịhụnanya Ịhụnanya) Jenụwarị 3, 1956 Samir Faten Hamama Henry Barakat
Dalila Ọktoba 20, 1956 Ahmed Shadia Mohamad Karim Nke a bụ ihe nkiri mbụ nke Ijipt na Cinemascope
Ebe etiti Layali 1956 Abdel Halim Hafez Helmy Rafla
Banat El Yom (Ụmụ agbọghọ nke Taa) November 10, 1957 Khaled Magda, Amal Farid Henry Barakat Hafez kụrụ egwu ịhụnanya a ma ama "Ahwak" na nke mbụ ya na fim a
Fata Ahlami (Nwoke nke Nrọ M) March 7, 1957 Adel Amal Farid Helmy Rafla
Alwisada El Khalia (The Empty Pillow) Disemba 20, 1957 Salah Abdel Halim Hafez, Lubna Abed El Aziz Salah Abu Yousef Faeza Ahmed bụ onye egwu Asmar Y'Asmarani na ihe nkiri a. Halim mere Awel Marra na ihe nkiri a.
Share' El Hob (Love Street) March 5, 1958 Abd-El Moneim Sabah Ezz El-Dine Zulficar
Hekayit Hob (Akụkọ Ịhụnanya) Jenụwarị 12, 1959 Ahmed Sami Mariam Fakher El Deen Helmy Halim
El Banat Wel Seif (Ụmụ agbọghọ na Oge Ọchịchị) Septemba 5, 1960 Mohamed Suad Husni, Zizi El Badrawi Salah Abu Yousef, Ez El Deen Zol Faqar, Fateen Abed El Wahhab Ihe nkiri a nwere akụkọ atọ. Abdel Halim Hafez rụrụ ọrụ n'otu n'ime ndị a.
Yom Men Omri (Ụbọchị Ndụ M) Febụwarị 8, 1961 Salah Zubaida Tharwat Atef Salem
El Khataya (Meme) November 12, 1962 Hussian Madiha Yousri, Hasan Yousef, Nadia Lutfi Hassan El Imam gosipụtara egwu Wehyat Alby, Maghroor, Last Adry, Olly Haga, na El Helwa
Maabodat El Gamahir (Diva a hụrụ n'anya) Jenụwarị 13, 1963 Ibrahim Farid Shadia Helmy Halim gosipụtara egwu Haga Ghareeba, Balash Etaab, Last Kalby, Gabbar, na Ahebek
Abi Foq El Shagara (Nna m n'elu osisi) Febụwarị 17, 1969 Adel Nadia Lutfi, Mervat Amin Hussein Kamal gosipụtara egwu Ady El Belag, El Hawa Hawaya, Ahdan El Habayeb, Ya Khali El Alb, na Gana El Hawa. Hafez mepụtara ihe nkiri a ma bụrụ ihe nkiri ikpeazụ ọ pụtara na ya. Ihe nkiri a ka bụ ihe nkiri na-aga n'ihu na-agagharị na ihe nkiri na ụwa ndị Arab ruo ugbu a, (Ọdịdị ikpeazụ)

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