Mohamed Abdel Wahab, also transcribed as Mohammed Abd El-Wahhab, is a famous Egyptian singer, actor and composer of the twentieth century. He also composed "Ya Beladi", the national anthem of Libya from 1951 to 1969 and again since 2011. He also composed the national anthems of Tunisia, "Humat al-Hima", of the United Arab Emirates, iysiy Bilādī and many Egyptian ethnic songs such as "Ya Masr tam El-Hanna", "Hay Ala. El-Falah" , "El Watan El Akbar" Masr Nadetna falbena El-nedaa "," Oulo le Masr "," Hob El-watan Fard Alyi "," Sout El-Gamaheer "," Ya Nessmet El-Horria "," Sawae'd men Beladi. "MTZ_MT! Musician from Cairo TM_VZ! Singer from Cairo TM_VZ! Egyptian nationalists. TM_VZ! Egyptian composers. TM_VZ! Egyptian male singer. TM_VZ! Artists EMI Classics and Virgin Classics. TM_VZ! Egyptian male actor. TM_VZ! Author of the national anthem
|Born||March 13, 1901, Cairo, Egypt|
|Died||May 04, 1991, Cairo, Egypt|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, composer, actor|
|Website||Mohammed Abdel Wahab's Official site|
|IMDb||Mohammed Abdel Wahab's IMDb|
Famous for composing the national anthems of Libya, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates ("Ya Beladi", "Humat al-Hima" and "Ishy Bilady" respectively, he has also written the music for dozens of musical dramas. Arabs. for combining Egyptian and Arabic musical styles with Western musical forms
He first performed in public at the age of seventeen and recorded his first song at the age of thirteen
As an actor, singer and songwriter, he starred in the famous 1934 film The White Flower! He spent his youth in Cairo, in the Egyptian district of Bab El-Sheriyah.
He wrote some songs for the famous Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum.
Latest information about Mohammed Abdel Wahab updated on May 10 2021.