Israeli music stars died in Pneumonia

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Shoshana Damari

Shoshana Damari (February 11, 2015 Dhamar-February 14, 2006 Tel Aviv) also known as שושנה דמארי, Damari, Shoshana or The Queen of Hebrew Music was an Israeli singer and actor. She had one child, Nava Bosmi.

Her albums include and .

Shoshana Damari was born in Dhamar, Yemen and her family immigrated to Palestine when she was a child. She grew up in Tel Aviv and began her career as a singer in the 1940s. She quickly became known for her powerful voice and emotive performances, which earned her the title of "The Queen of Hebrew Music."

In addition to her music career, Damari also acted in several films, including "Kohelet" and "My Mother the General." She continued to perform and record music throughout her life, and was widely regarded as a national treasure in Israel.

Damari was also a prominent figure in Israeli society, and was known for her strong Zionist beliefs. She was awarded the Israel Prize in 1988 for her contributions to Israeli music and culture.

Her music has had a lasting impact and continues to be beloved by many. In 2005, she was posthumously awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture. Shoshana Damari passed away on February 14, 2006, in Tel Aviv.

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