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.