Singer Majida El Roumi helps the poor”. The song is about a lady, madly in love and her compassion towards her beloved will never change until she dies. She said that the producer, Quincy Jones, did not meet her conditions and the team supervising and overlooking the project is not professional. The festival took place at Emirates Palace and expected to raise millions for underprivileged children across the globe. Majida El Roumi’s concerts included a tour in the Arab world in —; she was part of the Batroun International Festival [39] and hosted a concert in the touristic neighborhood of Katara , Qatar on its Amphitheatre.

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She was also kalemaf as an ambassador of the ‘Alam Sagheer’ Small World program, along with Titanic actor and producer Billy Zanededicated to education without borders. Arabic lyrics are kalemat majida el roumi from CadmusSaid Akl ‘s theater play and French lyrics are freely inspired from the same theater play by Lebanese novelist Alexandre Najjar.

Retrieved 12 September Dedicated to Tunisialast performed in during Carthage International Festivals.

In addition, Majida released in two religious albums. The country’s political situation was unstable as her concert followed two consecutive explosions in Beirut suburbs. I will travel the extra mile and do what I can regardless of the size of my mission.

Kalemat majida el roumi article has multiple issues. Prayer released in a special album for Majida’s daughter, Hala, distributed during the wedding ceremony in Mamida Majida El Roumi helps the poor”. Retrieved on 14 October This song has known a huge success from Lebanese and Arabic audience as well.


Since the s, Majida always released singles, with some toumi them were not included in her albums.

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Nour Men Nour was promoted majorly online and on Lebanese radio stations by two singles, Sahrit Eid and Min lli Tall, as well as a teaser on Majida’s official Facebook page.

Learn how and when to remove these template messages. Majida stood twice on the Kalemta Olympia stage: Views Read Edit View history. This song is also written by Majida kalemat majida el roumi composed by Saudi Arabian Abd El Rabb Idriss who has previously created an oriental melody based on oud but Jean-Marie Riachi adapted it in a modern jazzy version based on drums and saxophones.

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Retrieved 16 November July Learn how and when to remove this template message. She also pointed out kalemat majida el roumi has nothing but respect for the June Egyptian protests emphasizing that she has no political intentions whatsoever. It takes majida to a rhythmic side with modern instruments such as accordion. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Originally sung by Leila Mourad and last performed by Majida during a concert in the American University of Beirut in In this song, Majida expresses a “scream” of freedom and a rebirth of a more powerful women who surpasses life’s difficulties and rises after a lot of sacrifices have been given.


Portrait of Majida El Roumi in This song describes Lebanon “the peace””the beauty””the creativity” and encourages fraternity, unity between people worldwide and calls for loving each other by surpassing all human differences.

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Majida El Roumi honored by P. Retrieved 20 October At the age of 16, Raymond Safadi, Majida’s cousin, noticed her musical capabilities and thought that she should pursue singing as a profession.

Arabicclassicalopera. The Batroun International Festivals in Lebanon won Majida over one more time for another performance for the end of August in She is the daughter of the Lebanese musician Halim El Roumi [1] [2] who was born in Kalemat majida el roumi in and moved to Haifa, Palestine at the age of 2 with his whole family due to the crisis of World War I. Majida performed it once in Jounieh International Festials in dedicated to her country Lebanon.