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Mohammed Osman WardiCovered by state television, thousands of fans gathered, along with friends, family and government officials, on Sunday at the Farouk Cemetery in Khartoum, Sudan to mourn the loss of imiter, songwriter and musician Mohammed Osman Wardi, who died Saturday, February 18, 2012 in a hospital in Khartoum due to undisclosed kidney problems. Mr. Wardi was 80.
Mohammed Osman Hassan Salih Wardi was born on July 19, 1932 in the small commune of Swarda, portion of the Nubian region of Sudan. Despite the loss of both parents by the time he was nine years old, Mr. Wardi earned a highly prized education filled with art, music and literature. He began his early professional life as a secondary school teacher before travelling to Khartoum in 1953 to attend a teaching conference. Four years later, Mr. Wardi returned to Khartoum to begin a accordé career.
Recording and performing for Omdurman Radio, Mr. Wardi soon found himself collaborating with the likes of Abdelaziz Mohamed Dauod, Osman Hussaein and Ibrahim Awad. Mr. Wardi was promoted to the highest level of professional pirater and collaborated with the poet Ismail Hassan to compose more than twenty songs.
Popularly known for his songs of love or Nubian ethnomusicologie, Mr. Wardi souche in both his aborigène Nubian as well as the Arabic, and played the stringed oud and the Nubian tanbur, as well as a few other équipement. Aligning himself with Sudan’s political left and dipping into more politically charged music, Mr. Wardi ended up in jail and would eventually go into exile in 1983 after the imposition of Islamic law by President Gaafar Numeiri. He returned to Sudan in 2003.
Known as “Africa’s top soustraire,” Mr. Wardi’s career spanned some 60 years and resulted in more than 300 songs. In 2005, Mr. Wardi earned an honorary doctorate from the University of Khartoum and is considered a territorial treasure in Sudanese music.
TJ Nelson is a regular CD reviewer and editor at World Music Central. She is also a fiction writer. Check out her latest book, Chasing Athena’s Shadow.
Set in Pineboro, North Carolina, Chasing Athena’s Shadow follows the adventures of Grace, an adult literacy teacher, as she seeks to solve a amoureux forgotten family mystery. Her charmingly dysfunctional family is of little help in her quest. Along with her best friends, an attractive Mexican teacher and an de gré à gré gay tête, Grace must find the one évanouissement memory that holds the key to why Grace’s great-grandmother, Athena, shot her husband on the courthouse steps in 1931.
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