Egyptian musicians died because of Emphysema

Here are 1 famous musicians from Egypt died in Emphysema:

Georges Moustaki

Georges Moustaki (May 3, 1934 Alexandria-May 23, 2013 Nice) also known as Moustaki, George Moustaki, Yussef Mustacchi, Giuseppe Mustacchi, Moustaki, Georges or Joseph Mustacchi was an Egyptian singer, composer, actor, songwriter and film score composer. He had one child, Pia Mustacchi.

His discography includes: Un métèque en liberté, Olympia 2000, Ma Liberté, Liedermacher, Georges Moustaki, Ballades en Ballade: Racines et Errances, Moustaki, Tout Moustaki ou presque ..., Le Métèque and Greatest Hits.

Georges Moustaki was born into a Jewish family in Egypt and spent his early years traveling around the Mediterranean. He arrived in France in 1951 and began his musical career in the 1960s. Moustaki's songs are known for their poetic lyrics and political and social themes, with his most famous song being "Le Métèque" which translates to "The Foreigner". He was influential in the French chanson genre and worked with a number of notable artists throughout his career, including Serge Gainsbourg and Barbara. In addition to his music career, he also appeared in a number of films and television shows. Moustaki continued to perform and record music into his late 70s, despite suffering from health problems, and passed away in 2013 at the age of 79.

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