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Khadija Qalanjo

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Khadija Qalanjo
Native name خديجة قالانجو
Born Somalia
Genres Somali music
Occupation(s) singer, dancer
Instruments vocals
Years active 1970s-1980s

Khadija Qalanjo (Somali: Khadiija Qalanjo, Arabic: خديجة قالانجو‎) is a popular Somali singer and folklore dancer in the 1970s and 1980s.[1]

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Biography

Qalanjo was born in Somalia.

She was the first Miss Somalia.

Qalanjo was the singer that started the modernization of the Somali folk song tradition of dhaanto, introducing instrumentation where hitherto it had been performed without.[2]

Qalanjo's onstage performances often featured seductive hip-swaying and elaborate hand-gesturing. Her songs usually dealt with the pangs and joys of love unrequited, lost and regained. She currently lives in London, United Kingdom.

Qalanjo belongs to the Jibril Younis subclan of the Makahiil Samaroon (Gadabuursi) sub-division of the Mandaluug sub-clan of the Dir clan family.

Music

Popular songs by Qalanjo include:[3]

  • Caashaqa Sal iyo Baar
  • Ragga iyo Haweenkuba
  • Deesha
  • Sharaf
  • Hooyo
  • Soohor Caashaqa – duet with Hasan Adan Samatar
  • Diriyam – in 2016 a cover was made by the Ethiopian Jano Band.

Notes

  1. ^ Diiriye, p.73
  2. ^ Ahmed, Yasmin (26 August 2017). "Somalia's lost tapes revive musical memories". BBC News.
  3. ^ http://www.nomadlyrics.com/artist/k/105ad0b47923/khadija+qalanjo.html

References


This page was last edited on 16 October 2018, at 13:42
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