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Cheikha Tetma

Tlemcen-born vocalist Cheikha Tetma (blessed Tetma Thabet) was one of the biggest interpreters of Hawfi, a method of song that ladies traditionally sang while swinging their babies. Whether carrying out with orchestras led by Omar El-Bekchi or Abdelkrim Dali, or with pianist Djillali Zerrouki, Tetma experienced a masterful method of phrasing, permitting her vocals to soar with enthusiasm. During her later on profession, Tetma veered toward Andalusian traditional music. She relocated to the Algerian capital town of Algiers in 1950, staying energetic until her loss of life 12 years later on.

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