On this day: November 21, 1935 was born in Zuqat al-Balat in Beirut, Nihad Rizk and Wadih Haddad, which later became one of the most important signs of Arabic singing.
Nihad, called Firous, collaborates with Rahbani, Philmohn Wahih, Mohammed Abdel Wahab, Zaki Nasif and others. A total of over 800 songs, 15 plays and three films through a long artistic process.
Despite the division of the Lebanese into many political and sectarian issues, they met with the love of Phiruz, whose voice echoed national songs during the difficult wars accompanied by lovers' morning.
This lady, who appeared in the media, entered her 83rd birthday on Wednesday to be celebrated by all generations who love the original time of love. In the world of "Sucheal Media" fans of "moonlight" Hashtag "Fairuz".
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At the age of 14, he was discovered by the composer Mohammed Fleifel, one of the founders of Beirut's National Conservatory of Music, who is looking for a talent for a choir he has created.
Flaighhel played a key role in taking Phiruis into the institute where he spent five years of training.
He began his career as a member of the Lebanese Broadcasting Company. Her voice was marked by composer Halim Roumi, who gave her the title "Fairuz," because her voice resembled the precious turquoise stone.
Phiruz was very popular in Lebanon and met with the brothers of Rahbani (Asi Rahbani, who married him and his brother Mansur Rahbani) and sang their melodies until the mid-1980s.
Phajruz's collaboration with the Rahbani brothers formed a new stage of singing, a mix of western and eastern styles and Lebanese styles in music and singing. Fairuz gives short songs at a time when the long songs were normal.
In the summer of 1957, Phiruz presented "Harvest Days," which is her first direct performance after her work is limited to recordings. Phayruz sings in front of a crowd at the Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek.
Fairuz participates in the Baalbek International Festival and performs musical plays each year and participates in many concerts in several Arab countries.
In 2016, on the initiative of the Governor of Baalbek and Bekai Bashir Hadder, the Roman structures were illuminated with the images of Fairuz on the occasion of the anniversary of the first appearance of a Lebanese artist in the theaters of the city.
In front of the Jupiter Temple, journalists gathered and recalled Phiruz's views at different stages before and after the Lebanese war of 1975-1990.
Second phase and differences
After the death of her husband Asi in 1986, Phiruz worked with other composers, including her son Ziad, who gave her a band of western and modern-style songs.
Her work is rich and varied, she sang for love, life, motherland and children, and made old poems and songs in distinctive style that made them close to the public.
Not only the Arabs in Fayrouz, she listens to her songs in several places around the world, singing in New York, San Francisco, Montreal, London, and Paris.
Phirowose's career, however, has not been smooth, as she has fought litigation following disputes with her late husband's brother, Mansur Rahbani, on property rights to the joint works of the Rahbani brothers.
The dispute is due to the fact that Mansour's heirs demanded that Fairuz first justify them before presenting the work of the brothers and giving them the material rights when presenting such works anywhere they go.
In 2010, Fayrouz released the album "A Hope in Hope" and remained for seven years without any new works of art until the album "Babali" came out in September 2017.
Before the release of the album in September this year, three songs from the album were released to mark her return.
The return of Feiruz appeared differently after the viewers watched her from the hottest Arab festivals and theaters, she surprised them by looking through Facebook to release Jemel in the new album before being released.
The song is from the song "Imagine" by singer and songwriter John Lennon who said, "Let's see we have all the people in Benny."
Phayruz performs the song with an angelic voice that is eternal and eternal. Artistic critic Abdo Wazen said she has proven that "her voice is still a virtuoso witch as we used it and there is no other way to turn to our people except through this sound."
The Lameen song on the same album: "Lamin wipes the star? Getting rid of the darkness?" "Where is the ball?" Layla or me or Mersi Shi is also part of the song "Por Ki Fi Fei Lital" Pico.
When the second song was released, comments on social media sites were welcomed, most of whom welcomed the return of Phirouse on stage after her last concert at the Palladium Theater in Juniors in December 2011.
But with the release of their new album, comments vary between those who think they should not return with quoted songs, and those who say that this type of singing is not something new to her.
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