Quelques succès :
Alach Klam Lâar.
Saâdi Rit Lbarah
Ktab Ya Taleb.
Chaâlat Li Nar Fi Kalbi
Mazzinou N'har Lyoum.
Ya Najmat Lahlal
Hbibi Dyali Faïne Houa.
ya biadi ana
Zohra El-Fassiya (born in 1905 to Sefrou - died in 1994 to Ashkelon), it was one of the symbolic figures and the pioneer of the malhoun.
Zohra el Fassia is regarded as one of the best interpreters of nationalist and modern popular songs, as we as traditional genres such as gharnati, ‘aita, and melhun (an urban strophic song style with long texts in a rich, witty, and sometimes obscure dialectical Arabic).
Born in Fez in 1905 to a Jewish family of modest means, el Fassia was already popular in the1930s and the leader of her own orchestra in the 1940s.
Thanks to the radio, el Fassia’s voice entered many Moroccan households and crossed over into Algeria where she became a star.
After emigrating to Israel in 1962, el Fassia continued to perform for the mostly Moroccan Jewish community until her death in 1995. Her exceptional voice and unique ability to interpret different genres can be heard in the light song “Ya warda”.