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Attia Sharara

Composer, violinist, conductor, and person in Egypt’s second era of classical composers. He was observed for his monodic music, which he started composing around 1950. He researched music on the Fuad I Institute for Traditional Music. He used the orchestras that offered as accompaniment for Mohamed Abdel-Wahab and Umm Kulthum. He constructed one operetta, “The Crystal Ball,” during his profession. His boy Hassan Sharara was also a violinist and conductor. He became prominent in Egypt around once as professional Omar Sharif.

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