Sabah Fakhri

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Sabah Fakhri
صباح فخري
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Background information
Birth nameSabah al-Din Abu Qaws
Born(1933-05-02)May 2, 1933
Aleppo, Syria
DiedNovember 2, 2021(2021-11-02) (aged 88)
Lebanon
GenresSyrian, Arabic Music, Muwashahat, Qudud Halabiya
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1965–2010

Sabah al-Din Abu Qaws (Arabic: صباح الدين أبو قوس), also known as Sabah Fakhri (Arabic: صباح فخري; May 2, 1933 – November 2, 2021), was a Syrian tenor singer. He was well known for his strong vocals. His songs were seen as Maqamat and harmonic.

In 1998, Fakhri became a member of the Syrian parliament.[1]

Works[change | change source]

  • Yā Hādī al-‘Ess / Mālek Yā Ḥelwa(t) Mālek
  • Khamrat el-Ḥobb
  • Yā Ṭīra(t) Ṭīrī
  • Fōg el-Nakhal (Iraqi song)
  • ’Adduka al-Mayāss
  • Yā Māl el-Shām
  • Muwashshaḥ Imlīlī / Yā Shādī el-Alḥān
  • Eba‘atlī Jawwāb
  • Ah Yā Ḥelō

References[change | change source]

  1. "Articles On Members of the Syrian Parliament". flipkart.