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Assi Al-Hillani "Kayed Ozzalak"

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Assi Al-Hillani is noted for his ability to sing equally well in the Lebanese vernacular and in Modern Standard Arabic. Some of his songs have become instant classics among lovers of the Levantine group dance called Dabke, especially the song "Howara".




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