Algerian music stars died as a result of Cardiac arrest

Here are 1 famous musicians from Algeria died in Cardiac arrest:

Warda al-Jazairia

Warda al-Jazairia (July 22, 1939 Puteaux-May 17, 2012 Cairo) a.k.a. Warda, Warda Jazairia, The Algerian Rose, Warda El Djazairya, Ouarda, Warda Fatouki, Warda El Gazserya, Warda El - Gazairia or Warda Al Jazairia was an Algerian singer and actor. She had two children, Wedad Qasiri and Riyad Qasiri.

Her albums: Nagham El Hawa, Fe Youm We Laylah, Khaleek hina, Erga' lehayatak and Belly Dance with Warda and Abdel Halim Hafez. Her related genres: Arabic music and Arabic pop music.

Warda al-Jazairia was born in France to Algerian parents and spent her early years in Paris. She began her career as a singer in the 1950s and quickly gained popularity for her distinctive voice and stage presence. In the 1960s, she moved to Beirut, where she continued to perform and record music.

Throughout her career, Warda al-Jazairia was known for her patriotic songs that celebrated the Algerian struggle for independence from France. She also sang about love, heartbreak, and other universal themes that resonated with audiences across the Arab world.

In addition to her music career, Warda al-Jazairia appeared in several Egyptian films in the 1960s and 1970s, including "Hikayat Gharam" and "Raya wa Sekina." She was highly regarded for her acting skills and was known for playing strong, independent women.

Warda al-Jazairia continued to perform and record music well into the 2000s, and her influence on Arabic music continues to be felt today. She passed away in 2012 in Cairo, Egypt, where she had lived for many years.

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