Chabila Rached

TUN00167
Note

Chabila Rached

Collection title

Tunisian folklore songs

ID

TUN00167

Source

TT (TN)

First broadcast date

08/10/2000

Production year

2000

Abstract

"Khali Badalni" is a song by deceased Chabila Rached. It is one of the most popular folklore songs that animate the weddings and the parties in Tunis and its area. The singer began her artistic career with the Rachidia: a cultural association of Tunisian music, and it is in this association that she was named Chabila Rached. She is the daughter of great Tunisian diva Saliha. Thanks to her golden voice, Chabila took part into the emergence of an important musical repertoire, which became an integral part of modern Tunisian folklore. She worked along with famous Tunisian composers, in the manner of Khmis Ternan and Saleh Mehdi. She passed away on April 10th, 2008.

Type

video

Production companies

  • Tunisian TV - Coproduction

Broadcaster

Télévision Tunisienne - Télévision Tunisienne 1

Audiovisual form

Concert

Personalities

  • Rached Chabila - Singer

Primary theme

Music and songs

Secondary themes

  • Society and way of life / Women
  • Society and way of life / Festivals and traditions

Period of events

  • 2000

Map locations

  • Tunisia - North - Bizerte

Original language

Arabic

Media running time

2m30
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