سميرة توفيق. Samira Tawfik (سميرة توفيق) on Vimeo

The remix is a tribute to Lebanese singer Samira Ghastin Karimona who's better known by her stage name Samira Tewfik Original song : youtu French troops withdrew from Lebanon only in 1946
Her first song played by Jordanian radio was her first hit, Maskin Ya Qalbi Yama Tlaawat Her most commercially successful love song was Al Eyn Mulayitain "Two Trips to the Water Spring" , which was about a rural girl who crosses a bridge multiple times a day ostensibly to collect water for her family, but with the actual intent of meeting a young man she is in love with

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Lebanon Independence Before the Lebanese Civil War 1975—1990 , the country experienced a period of relative calm and renowned prosperity, driven by tourism, agriculture, commerce, and banking.

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She became the representative of to the by singing with the rustic, Bedouin dialect
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Her first hit on Radio Beirut was a song originally sung by Bayoumi called Maskin Ya Qalbi Yama Tlaawat "Oh My Heart How You Have Suffered"
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In the period after WWII, several artists emerged in Beirut, a fulcrum between oriental and occidental, most famously Fairuz, Sabah, Wadih El Safi, Majida El Roumi, Nasri Shamseddine, Ziad Rahbani, and Marcel Khalifa
The JBA trained her to sing in the local dialect to make her music genuinely sound , in Arabic Bibliography [ ]
Samira is generally considered the first major artist to represent Jordanian music and make it popular in the Arab world, and her Bedouin style inspired other artists to follow suit in Jordan Bayoumi gave her the stage name "Tawfiq" or "Tewfik" "Success" and changed her first name to Samira in order to hide her identity from family members who threatened her life

ما لا تعرفه عن سميرة توفيق ... من هي؟ سيرتها الذاتية، إنجازاتها وأقوالها، معلومات عن سميرة توفيق.

Because of its financial power and diversity, Lebanon was known in its heyday as the Switzerland of the East.

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But then is Samira Toufik that psychodelic? Attending one of her concerts, he gave her a bouquet of flowers, shortly after love started between the couple and they finally got married
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It attracted so many tourists that the capital, Beirut, was referred to as Paris of the Middle East
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Originally home to the Phoenicians, and then subsequently conquered and occupied by the Assyrians, the Persians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Arabs, the Crusaders, the Ottoman Turks and most recently the French, Lebanese culture has over the millennia evolved by borrowing from all of these groups
She extensively toured throughout its career, to places like Mexico, Venezuela, France, London, and even Africa! Samira performed her first concert at a Jordanian village called Ainata and the following day was invited to perform at an event attended by King Samira spends most of her time between its first home in Hazmieh and her other in Faytroun
Dabke is the national dance and the Lebanese people take particular pride in their skills in it Coursing through the air in that grand and splendid vimana, which could fly at will, he surpassed even the Devas

Samira Tawfik (سميرة توفيق)

She starred in more than , most notably 1965 at the peak of her popularity and beauty, plus some few Tv series in the 70s.

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Samira Tawfik regcently appeared in Doha, Qatar
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Comparable to the Irish step dance or the Greek Hassapiko
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Keep doing your great job anyway! Her family accompanied her in its travels through the country and was known collectively as The Sixth-Fleet