Beloved Israeli singer often described in her residential country as “The Queen of Hebrew Music.” She actually is most widely appreciated on her behalf most popular tune, 1948’s “Kalaniyot.” Her music started being performed on the air when she was 14. She received the Israel Award, commonly thought to be the state’s most esteemed honor, on Self-reliance Time in 1988. She wedded her supervisor, Shlomo Bosmi, when she was simply 16. Her sibling, Sa’adya Damari, is certainly a famous professional. The lyrics to her well-known song “Kalaniyot” had been compiled by Israeli poet Nathan Alterman.
|1||In 1988 she was awarded the country's top civilian honor the "Israel Prize" for her contribution to Israeli vocal music.|
|2||Known as "the queen of Hebrew music.|
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