Umm Kulthum (Egyptian Arabic: أم كلثوم ʾUmm Kulṯūm; Egyptian Arabic
pronunciation: um kulˈðuːm]), born Fātimah ʾIbrā...
Jul 16, 2009 ... "Enta Omri" (You Are My Life) at the Olympia Théâtre in Paris, November 1967.
Umm Kulthum was born in a small rural village to a poor family. Her background
typified that of the mashayikh and did not differ substantially from that of many of ...
Mar 15, 2010 ... Umm Kulthum's legendary concerts were broadcast live from Cairo, on the first
Thursday of each month from the 1930s to the early '70s.
May 11, 2008 ... More than 30 years after Umm Kulthum's death, Egyptians young and old still
celebrate the voice of their country's greatest singer.
Oct 13, 2014 ... Umm Kulthūm, also spelled Oum Kulthoum or Om Kalsoum (born May 4, 1904?,
Tummāy al-Zahāyrah, Egypt—died February 3, 1975, Cairo), ...
Born a peasant at the turn of the last century, legendary Egyptian singer Umm
Kulthum earned a position of great wealth and influence. She was a powerful ...
Umm Kulthum is considered one of the greatest Arab musicians who ever lived.
For over fifty years, she stunned the Arab world with her unmatchable voice; her ...
Her name was Umm Kulthum, and she became a powerful symbol, first of the
aspirations of her country, Egypt, and then of the entire Arab world. Born a
The reception accorded the death of Umm Kulthum showed how powerful and
beloved the Egyptian vocalist had become. With the streets of Cairo lined by ...