Ofra Haza (עָפְרָה חָזָה), November 19, 1957 - February 23, 2000) was a popular Yemenite Israeli singer.
She made her international debut at the Eurovision Song Contest 1983, which she very narrowly
failed to win for Israel with the song "Chai". Ofra Haza had a worldwide hit in 1988 with Im Nin a'lu
of the animated film The Prince of Egypt (1998) - in 17 languages.
Ofra Haza worked with and shared duets and concert performances with international performers as varied
For more information on her work, please check her discography @discogs.
Haza, who came from the poor Tel Aviv neighborhood of Hatikvah, at one time almost a slum, was a success story
and the subject of pride on behalf of many Temani. She died of an AIDS-related illness in 2000, having contracted
the disease from a blood transfusion in 1980.
*The above text was lifted more-or-less directly from the wikipedia entry.
Ofra Haza did the additional vocals on The Sisters
The Sisters at Top Of The Pops in 1992.
She is also known for her cover of the Led Zeppelin
Additional Videos - A Tribute To Ofra Haza
Our thanks go to the original uploaders of these videos. Check their channels and you might find more wonderful treasures ...