Saudi musician Ghazi Ali has died of an illness at the age of 84. The Saudi art and media community mourns him as one of the pioneers of the state in this field.
Saudi singer and composer Abadi al-Johar posted a picture of the late musician on his Twitter account, commenting: “God bless the musician Ghazi Ali, we belong to God, we belong to him. Return.”
Saudi artist Amir al-Burqi wrote in a tweet via “Twitter”, in the mourner of the late musician: “He left without accumulating knowledge and humility. May God have mercy on my teacher and teacher, we belong to God. We will get him back.”
Also the media, Turki Abu Isha, posted a picture of the deceased on his account through “Twitter” and called on him for mercy and forgiveness.
Saudi photographer Rashid al-Akhil expressed his condolences to the family of the late Ghazi Ali and to the art and media family in Saudi Arabia, describing the late as “one of the pioneers of melody and a hero of the renaissance”.
I extend my deepest condolences and heartfelt condolences on the death of Mr. # காஜி_அலி One of the most important pioneers of melody and the hero of the Renaissance
May Allah show mercy on him and may Allah grant him a vast paradise, may Allah prove it when asked
Deepest condolences to his family, friends, artists and the media. pic.twitter.com/aHk4VvSXID
– Rashid Al-Aqeel (asRashedMbc) November 9, 2021
Egyptian researcher and art critic Mohamed Salama posted pictures of the deceased via Twitter: “The deceased was a student of the late Egyptian musician and composer Riyadh al-Sanpathy.”
He pointed out that the late musician had transformed his home into an integrated music company 50 years ago, where the best Saudi artists who had learned from him graduated in the arts of singing and playing.
Go to the mercy of the great musician of Saudi Arabia shortly before # காஜி_அலி..
Ghazi, who was a student of al-Sunbati, transformed his home into an integrated music company 50 years ago, graduated from his hands with the bones of Saudi artists and learned the arts of singing and oat music from him.
May God have mercy on the son of the grown-up town # ரவாபிக்பாpic.twitter.com/J7czBmiKSl
– Mohammad Salama (@mmmsssalama) November 9, 2021
The musician, one of the forerunners of Saudi song, was born in 1937 in Medina.
He went to Cairo in 1960 to study music, where he graduated from the Conservatory in Cairo in 1967 after 7 years of study, where he had a close relationship with musician Riyad al-Sanpatti.
Ali was a music teacher at the Society for Culture and the Arts for 3 years (1976-1979). He also presented several works: “Rawabi Quba”, “Ru` al-Madinah” and “Sharba from Jamjam” “.
His most popular songs include “Asmar Heliva” and “God’s Peace Ya Hajirna”, and in recent years he has opened a classroom in his home to teach the basics to music lovers and lovers.
Source: ET Arabic + RT
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