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Egyptian singer Mohamed El-Ezabi dies at 75

Legendary Egyptian singer Mohamed El-Ezabi passed away on Tuesday night

Ahram Online, Wednesday 6 Feb 2013
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Egyptian musician Mohamed El-Ezabi died on Tuesday night, Al-Ahram's Arabic website reported. He was 75 years old.

According to Ahram Arabic, the funeral service will be held at El-Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City on Thursday 7 February.

Mohamed El-Ezabi was born 20 February 1938 in the Al-Hussein district of Islamic Cairo.

El-Ezabi graduated from the faculty of commerce and worked in the General Assembly of Petroleum.

His singing talent was discovered by composer Ezzat Jahili.

In 1957, El-Ezabi joined Reda Dance Troupe, to which he introduced some of his famous songs like Luxor Baladna (Luxor Our Nation), and Ranet Kholkhal (An Anklet's Ring).

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