In a step to rehabilitate their former friend, a large number of Arab artists, headed by Lotfi Bushnak, Mayada Al-Hanawi, Anushka, Mohamed El-Helou, Sophia Sadek, Fella Al-Jazaery, and other distinguished voices, returned to the archive of Fadel’s tunes, in coordination with his family members.
For more than 30 years, since his first artistic collaboration, Tunisian artist Lotfi Bouchnak continues to regard the Algerian composer with respect and appreciation for his distinguished musical sense.
Bushnak began his speech to the “Sky News Arabia” website, saying: “A salute of honor and appreciation to the artist Noblebi Fasl, and I pray to God to heal him, and this is a word of truth with all sincerity.”
And the Tunisian artist added: “I had the honor of dealing with him several times, and his tunes added a lot to my tracks, and I will soon release a new set of songs from his tunes.”
Bouchnak stressed that he is still keen to deal with Fadel’s melodies in the same way he dealt with him before he got Alzheimer’s.
The owner of the song “Sarajevo” said: “New songs will be released for me composed by Fadel, who I love to deal with. Unfortunately, this artist did not take his right as it should in the Arab arena.”
Perhaps one of the most prominent songs that Bouchnak performed, composed by Nobili, was the song “Sarajevo”, the lyrics of which were written by the Tunisian poet Adam, and contributed to the definition of the Bosnia and Herzegovina issue in the 1990s.
According to the great artists
From Tunisia to Yemen, passing through Egypt, Lebanon and Syria, Fadel’s work has been uniquely extended to reflect, according to the Yemeni artist Ahmed Fathi, the wonderful and serious Arab personality that this Algerian musician continued to enjoy.
Fathi told Sky News Arabia: “He is a great artist and a colleague of the study, as we joined together in the seventies of the last century at the Higher Institute of Music in Cairo. Nobley was diligent, ambitious, excelled in his studies and was passionate about educational attainment, as he was friendly and generous.”
The Yemeni artist pointed out that “Fadel today is a victim of neglect that hangs over the art scene in many Arab countries, especially Algeria and Yemen. He was keen to reach his works to the distinguished and capable Arab voices, but he also suffered from the phenomenon of neglect by artists.”
During her recording of the song “Ayni”, written by Shawki Hijab and composed by Nobli Fadel, the Syrian artist, Mayada Al-Hanawi, described the Algerian composer as a musical icon and a person of high Arab morals.
This opinion is also shared by the late Lebanese artist Wadih Al-Safi, who performed several songs composed and arranged by Fadel, including “For Your Eyes”, and he said at the time that he was sitting next to the composer of authentic Arab feelings.
hundreds of business
Noubli Fadel was born in 1951 in the Jabal al-Jod camp on the Tunisian-Algerian border. He studied at the Sorbonne University in France, and lived on the road between Algeria and the Arab countries, especially Egypt and Tunisia, until he was completely cut off from the artistic scene at the age of 57 due to his suffering with illness.
Those close to him confirm that his sense of injustice and bitter neglect by some of the actors in the technical decision, which affected his health condition and entered him into a state of isolation, which afflicted him with Alzheimer’s.
Today, Fadel has more than 300 tunes and soundtracks for a number of important Algerian films, such as “The Doors of Silence” and “The Lotus Flower” by Ammar Askari, and “The Mill” by Ahmed Rachdi.
The family continues
Before he fell ill, Fadel left dozens of unused tunes, which prompted his family members to work on delivering them to the great artists who had previously dealt with him.
In this context, the Algerian poet Ibrahim Seddiqi confirmed that “the fates of this towering science did not agree with the greatness of his achievement, so she imposed on him the severity of the disease, but she was kind to him when she supported him with a brother who is similar in loyalty.”
My friend told “Sky News Arabia”, “Despite Fadel’s illness, he found a strong family next to him that decided to continue his artistic career, led by his brother Salah El-Din, who devoted his efforts and capabilities to revive Fadel’s achievements, and resurrect them in the finest possible way.”
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