أم كلثوم – Umm Kulthum – Egyptian singer

Fatima Ibrahim as-Sayyid al-Biltagi



This is a part of the song “W-Daret El-Ayam”; composed by” Muhammad Abdul Wahab and lyrics by: Ma’moon Esh-Shennawi.

One of Umm Kulthum’s many masterpieces, and one of my personal favorites.
We’re adding songs we feel we should have included in our 100 initiatives list, but ultimately could not.

* ‘Eini literally means “my eye”. When we say “ya ‘eini” in songs, it does not mean that we’re speaking to our eye literally, rather that we’re expressing intense feelings like that of surprise or sorrow.

*Patience requires patience itself
(Meaning that the idea of “enduring and bearing” is extremely improbable for the passionate lovers; hence, not even patience can manifest as it, the abstract concept, itself needs to witness patience)
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Umm Kulthum (Arabic: أم كلثوم‎, Arabic pronunciation: [ʊm kʊlˈθuːm] Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [ʊm kʊlˈsuːm]; born Fatma ʾIbrāhīm es-Sayyid el-Beltāǧī فاطمة إبراهيم السيد البلتاجي;see Kunya) (Born December 31, 1898, or May 4, 1904,[3] died February 3, 1975) was an internationally renowned Egyptian singer, songwriter, and film actress active from the 1920s to the 1970s. She was given the honorific title Kawkab El Sharq (كوكب الشرق) meaning “Star of the Orient”.

Umm Kulthum was known for her extraordinary vocal ability and style, and she was one of the greatest and most influential singers of the 20th century, where she has sold over 80 million records worldwide. Umm Kulthum is considered a national icon in her native Egypt and has been dubbed as The voice of Egypt[4] and Egypt’s fourth pyramid. She remains the most revered legendary singer in Egypt and the entire Arabic speaking world.

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أم كلثوم , Umm Kulthum – Wasafouli-s-Sabr (Egyptian Arabic) Lyrics + Translation – أم كلثوم – وصفولي الصبر
4.96 , This is a part of the song “W-Daret El-Ayam”; composed by” Muhammad Abdul Wahab and lyrics by: Ma’moon Esh-Shennawi.

One of Umm Kulthum’s many masterpieces, and one of my personal favorites.
We’re adding songs we feel we should have included in our 100 initiatives list, but ultimately could not.

* ‘Eini literally means “my eye”. When we say “ya ‘eini” in songs, it does not mean that we’re speaking to our eye literally, rather that we’re expressing intense feelings like that of surprise or sorrow.

*Patience requires patience itself
(Meaning that the idea of “enduring and bearing” is extremely improbable for the passionate lovers; hence, not even patience can manifest as it, the abstract concept, itself needs to witness patience)
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Umm Kulthum (Arabic: أم كلثوم‎, Arabic pronunciation: [ʊm kʊlˈθuːm] Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [ʊm kʊlˈsuːm]; born Fatma ʾIbrāhīm es-Sayyid el-Beltāǧī فاطمة إبراهيم السيد البلتاجي;see Kunya) (Born December 31, 1898, or May 4, 1904,[3] died February 3, 1975) was an internationally renowned Egyptian singer, songwriter, and film actress active from the 1920s to the 1970s. She was given the honorific title Kawkab El Sharq (كوكب الشرق) meaning “Star of the Orient”.

Umm Kulthum was known for her extraordinary vocal ability and style, and she was one of the greatest and most influential singers of the 20th century, where she has sold over 80 million records worldwide. Umm Kulthum is considered a national icon in her native Egypt and has been dubbed as The voice of Egypt[4] and Egypt’s fourth pyramid. She remains the most revered legendary singer in Egypt and the entire Arabic speaking world.

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