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Singer Sabah Zidani revisits Moroccan poems  

Written by FDM

Approached by the Maison de la poésie au Maroc, the singer Sabah Zidani revisits famous Moroccan poems in songs.

In collaboration with singer Sabah Zidani, the Maison de la poésie au Maroc is launching a project of Moroccan poems recited as songs, including “Houwa da Dili” (that’s my shadow) by Hassan Nejmi.

A great initiative that allows to revisit the repertoire of Moroccan poets like Abderrafie Jouahri, Driss El Jay, Khammar Kanouni, Hassan Al Mufti, Ahmed Tayeb Laalej, and Ali Haddani, as well as the compositions of Abdeslam Amer, Abdenbi Jirari, and Hassan Kadmiri.

Because, as the House of Poetry in Morocco underlines in a press release, Moroccan poets have enriched the repertoire of Moroccan songs with their works, adding that this project aims, in particular, to make the Moroccan public of aware poets through songs.