Sabah Fakhri

Sabah Fakhri

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Sabah Fakhri () (born 1933): is an iconic Arabic traditional singer from Aleppo, Syria.

Over the past 50 years of fame and popularity as a singer, Mr. Sabah Fakhri modified and popularized the then-fading form of traditional Arabic music, Muwashahat and Koodood Halabiya. He is well known for his exceptionally strong vocals, impeccable execution of Maqamat and harmony, as well as charismatic performances. He has numerous admirers around the world, and an excellent performer of authentic Arabic Tarab.

Fakhri was born Sabah Abu Qaws in Aleppo, Syria in 1933, and enrolled in the Academy of Arabic Music of Aleppo, then later in the Academy of Damascus, from which he graduated in 1948. He was given the stage name Fakhri by his mentor, Syrian nationalist leader Fakhri al-Barudi, who encouraged him as a young boy to stay in Syria and not travel to Italy. One of the earliest performances for Fakhri was in 1948 at the Presidential Palace in Damascus, before President Shukri al-Quwatli and Prime Minister Jamil Mardam Bey. Unlike many Arab artists, he never studied or worked in Cairo, insisting that his fame is linked to his origins, as a Syrian Arab.

He soon became famous all over the Arab World, performing in many Arab countries and capitals as well as receiving honors over the years for his work in maintaining the popularity of traditional Arabic music. Sabah Fakhri is also one of the very few Arabic singers to receive widespread popularity and perform concerts worldwide (including...
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