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Samira Said
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịMorocco, Egypt Dezie
aha n'asụsụ obodoسميرة سعيد Dezie
Aha ọmụmụسميرة عبد الرزاق بنسعيد Dezie
Aha enyereSamira Dezie
aha ezinụlọ yaSaïd Dezie
aha otutuالديفا Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya10 Jenụwarị 1958 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụRabat Dezie
Dị/nwunyeHani Mehanna Dezie
Asụsụ obodoArabic Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaArabic Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụomee, onye na-abụ abụ Dezie
Ebe obibiCairo Dezie
oge ọrụ ya (mmalite)1975 Dezie
so naEurovision Song Contest 1980 Dezie
ngwa egwuJita, olu egwụ, Piano Dezie
ụdịArabic music Dezie
akara ndekọMazzika, Rotana Music Group Dezie
onye nlereranyaUmm Kulthum, Shadia Dezie
kọwara na URLhttps://www.tekstowo.pl/wykonawca,samira_bensaid.html Dezie

Samira Abdul Razzaq Bensaïd (Arabic: , romanized: ; a mụrụ na 10 Jenụwarị 1958), nke a maara dịka Samira Said (Arabic, : Samīra Saʿīd), bụ onye na-agụ egwu Moroccan-Egyptian.

O kwuru na postcard maka Eurovision Song Contest 1980

A mụrụ Samira Said n'afọ 1958 na Rabat, na Morocco, nna ya si Rabat na nne ya si Fez.[1][2] Ọ bụrụ abụ mbụ ya "M hụrụ noodles n'anya" mgbe ọ dị afọ itoolu, a chọpụtakwara ya na mmemme egwu, Mawaheb, nke a na-agbasa na Moroccan TV. Mgbe ahụ ọ kwagara Ijipt ebe aha ya gburugburu ụwa ndị Arab malitere. O nwere mba abụọ na Morocco na Egypt, ebe obibi ya, ka ọ kwagara Cairo n'afọ 1977. Abọm ya niile dị n'asụsụ Arabic nke Ijipt, mana o dekwara ụfọdụ egwu n'asụsụ Moroccan Arabic, dịka "Kifash Tlakina" ("Olee otu anyị zutere"), "Fayetli sheftek shi marra" ("Ahụla m gị otu ugboro"), "Sarkouh" ("Ha zuru ya"), na "Al Behhara" ("Ndị ụgbọ mmiri"). Otu egwu ya gụnyere "Maghlouba" ("Beaten") na "Wa'ady" ("My Love"). N'afọ 1980, ọ nọchitere anya obodo ya bụ Morocco na Eurovision Song Contest na-abụ abụ a ma ama n'ime Ijipt n'oge ahụ a na-akpọ Bitaqat Hub, na-etinye 18th n'ime ndị asọmpi 19.

Said edekọla ọtụtụ egwu Arabic nke a họọrọ nke ọma n'Ijipt, dịka "Ben Lef" ("The Circle of Life"), "Sayidati Sadati" (Ladies and Gentlemen"), "Malich 3inwan" ("Ready When You Are") na "Akher Hawa" ("Last Love"). Ya na onye Egypt na-ede egwu Mohamed El Mougi rụkọtara ọrụ, ma bụrụ abụ ma mee ihe nkiri Saaktob Ismak Ala Arrimal ("M ga-ede aha gị n'ime ájá"), nke gụnyere abụ ya "Yadamiiti Haddi" ("Tears, Fall from My Eyes"). Ihe ndekọ ndị ọzọ gụnyere "Lilet El Ouns" ("Magnificent Get-Together"), "Ech Gab Li Gab" ("A Cut about the Rest"), "Amrak Aagib" ("I Don't Get You"), na "Menghir Sabab" ("For No Reason").

O kwuru na 2005

N'afọ 2000, ọ wepụtara egwu egwu Egypt "Lilah Habeebee", ("Otu N'abalị, Ịhụnanya m"), egwu aha abọm, nke gara n'ihu merie maka vidiyo kachasị mma n'ụwa Arab n'afọ 2001 na Cairo Arabic Music Festival. Na 15th kwa afọ World Music Awards n'afọ 2003, Said meriri World Music Award dabere na ọnụ ọgụgụ ahịa zuru ụwa ọnụ maka afọ ahụ. O meriri ihe nrite BBC maka egwu ụwa maka onye omenkà kachasị mma na Middle East na album ya Youm Wara Youm .[3][4] O nwetala ihe karịrị ihe nrite iri anọ.[5]

Ụdị egwu

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O kwuru na ọ na-eme ihe nkiri na Star Academy Arab World TV show; Beirut, Lebanon; 8 July 2011

Said na-abụkarị abụ n'asụsụ Arabic nke Ijipt, na-arụkọ ọrụ na ọtụtụ ndị na-agụ egwú na ndị na-ede egwú na Cairo. Hopkins kwuru na "Otu n'ime isi ihe mere egwu Saidī ji ewu ewu n'Ijipt na Middle East bụ n'ihi ịma mma ụda olu ya na ngwá egwu ndabere. Mmetụta nke olu ya na-anọchite anya mmetụta onwe ya n'ọrụ ya.[6]

Ndụ onwe

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Said lụrụ onye egwu Ijipt bụ Hany Mehanna site n'afọ 1988 ruo afọ 1994. Ọ lụrụ onye ọchụnta ego Mustafa Naboulsy, onye ya na ya nwere naanị nwa ya nwoke, Shady.[7]

N'ọtụtụ ajụjụ ọnụ, Said ekwupụtala ọchịchọ ya ịlaghachi Morocco ma biri nso ezinụlọ ya na ndị ọ hụrụ n'anya.[8]

Ndekọ Egwu

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Edemsibịa

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  1. libvoice.net. سميرة سعيد. Archived from the original on 25 April 2012. Retrieved on 6 November 2011.
  2. Samira Saeed reveals why her father's family refused to enter the field. saudi24news.com (19 February 2021). Archived from the original on 17 November 2021. Retrieved on 20 June 2022.
  3. Samira Said: Winner in the Middle East Category; Garth Cartwright; 2002
  4. Winners of the 2003 World Music Awards; Oct. 12, 2003; Monaco; Billboard.com;
  5. Samira Saeid; the Best-seller Moroccan Singer in Arabic Music History; hitmarker.com Best Sellers; Stars Cafe Entertainment; 2009
  6. Kolleena Ensan: Samira Said's Music as an Interpretation of Moroccan Women's Cultural Identity. Halina Hopkins. Valparaiso University (2011-03-31). Archived from the original on November 11, 2013.
  7. How Is Your Relationship With Your Mother During Home Stay? Samira Said Is Dancing With Her Son In Full Glam!. albawaba.com (15 April 2020).
  8. Moroccan Singer Samira Said to Return Permanently to Morocco.

Ọgụgụ ihe ọzọ

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  • Women of Fes: Ambiguities of Urban Life in Morocco, nke Rachel Newcomb, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009 - peeji 236. 
  • Olu ndị Maqam nke Iraq nke ụmụ nwanyị: nyocha nyocha nke ahụmịhe teknụzụ dị oke egwu nke ụmụ nwanyị Iraq na ịbụ Almqami, nke Hussein Azami, nke Husein Azami, AIRP, 2005 - peeji 316.  
  • Abụ na akụkọ, nke Karīm Irāqī, nke Karrij Irāqî, Company Whites of Arts and Letters, Mpịakọta 1 nke Aghānī wa-ḥikāyātuhā, Karīm ʻIrāqī - . (n'asụsụ Arabic)

Njikọ mpụga

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  • BBC.co.uk; Samira Said: Youm Wara Youm; nyocha nke Garth Cartwright; 16 Nọvemba 2007; BBC