Moroccan artist Mahmoud Al-Idrissi died, today, Thursday, in the city of Casablanca, at the age of 72, of his infection with the emerging corona virus (Covid 19). And she was
Moroccan artist Mahmoud Al-Idrissi died today, Thursday, in the city of White House, At the age of 72 years old, affected by infection with the emerging corona virus (Covid 19).
The health condition of the deceased had recently deteriorated; Because of his advanced age.
The Moroccan artist, “Haji Younes,” confirmed the news of the death of Al-Idrisi with the Corona virus, explaining that he had been bedridden, days ago.
The artist Yunus wrote on “Facebook”: “The moment moved next to his god, the artist Mahmoud Al-Idrisi, and we belong to God and to Him we shall return.”
The deceased was lying in the resuscitation department of a private clinic in Medina White HouseAfter his health deteriorated.
His first singing experience was in 1964 during one of the concerts of the Conservatory, when he had the opportunity to sing in front of the audience, and Al-Idrissi performed at that time Muwashah “Ya Lail Tal”, and some of the songs of Muhammad Abdel Wahab and Farid Al-Atrash.
Thanks to his beautiful performance, “Mahmoud” enjoyed the audience, including the composer Abdallah Essami, who had the great merit of Mahmoud joining the Moroccan Radio at the time after his success in the audio test with musician Ahmed Al-Baidawi.
Mahmoud’s experience with the vocal group of the Moroccan national band on the radio lasted for 11 years, between 1965 and 1976, during which he sang behind the most famous Moroccan singers, such as: Mohamed Fouitah and Abdelouhab Doukkali.
And during this experience, Mahmoud appeared as a solo singer since 1969 thanks to the song “Oh my king, my country” presented to him by the great Moroccan musician Abd al-Nabi Jirari, followed by a group of successful songs.
During the seventies, Mahmoud had many artistic tours that led him to the East and Morocco, where he dealt with many artists, including Muhammad Al-Mogi, who composed two songs for him, and many other composers from: Libya, Kuwait, and Iraq.
During the eighties, Mahmoud began composing his own songs, and among the most famous of his songs during that period are: “Happy Hour,” “Be patient, my heart,” “I want to think about what has passed”, and others.