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The departure of Muhammad Al-Amin, one of the most prominent Sudanese music icons

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Sudanese musician Mohamed Al-Amin passed away on Monday morning, November 13, in Virginia, USA. The late artiste is considered one of the most prominent singers known in Sudan’s art scene over the past decades.

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Sudanese social media have been abuzz with the news that artist Mohamed Al-Amin has died at the age of 80 in the US state of Virginia. The artist is known in the Sudanese music community because he is one of the icons of this art and one of the creators who contributed to the development of Sudanese music.

Al-Amin gave a large number of tunes in different colors, romantic, atmospheric and sentimental like Al-Zarita, classical like Ayaal ab Juwaili and patriotic like October Epic.

Muhammad al-Amin grew up in the town of Wad Tamani in Gezira State, and learned to play the flute and oud at the age of 12.

Muhammad Al-Amin’s first appearance was at the end of the sixties of the last century with the song “Me and My Love”, which has remained at the top of the list of favorite songs in Sudan for many years.


In 1960, Mohammed Al-Amin joined the Blue Nile Police Band led by musician Mohammed Adam Al-Mansouri, where he emerged as a vocal talent.

He later participated in the radio show “Shackles and Colors” hosted by Ahmad Al-Zubair and performed the song “Loss and Hope” by poet Muhammad Ali Jabbara, which was his gateway to the world of singing. .

Al-Amin has been a guest at many song festivals inside and outside of Sudan, and has given concerts in Arab and European countries and the United States, among them the First Culture Festival in Algeria, the International Youth Festival in Moscow, and the Music Arts Festival in the Netherlands.

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The artist received an honorary doctorate from Al-Naileen University in 2010, and the Presidency of Sudan awarded him the Medal of Merit on Independence Day in 2014.

The deceased was honored as one of the most important icons of Sudanese music at the 30th session of the Arab Music Festival and Conference. He also received several medals, including the “Champions of Human Rights” medal of the European Union and the Arts and Literature Medal of the Presidency of the Republic of Sudan.

During a television interview, Mohammed al-Amin revealed details about his experience with the national anthem and his arrest in Gobar prison during the government of former Sudanese president Jaber al-Nimeiri. He also spoke about the three revolutions he witnessed: the October 1964 Revolution, the April 1985 Revolution and the December Revolution.

The artist’s family announced that this morning, Monday, November 13, at the age of 80, he left our world at a hospital in Virginia.

Pandora Bacchus
Pandora Bacchus
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