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Aicha (ver. 1) by Jean-Jacques Goldman - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"Acha" is the name of a French song written by the singer songwriter Jean-Jacques Goldman. The word Acha (?????) (also spelled Aisha, Ayesha, and Ayisha) is an Arabic female name. The songs original performer is the Algerian Ra artist Khaled. The original French single was never released in an album, though Khaled's 1996 album Sahra featured a bilingual version of the song sung in both French and Arabic. The Arabic lyrics for the bilingual version of the song are written by Khaled. Khaled's music video was directed by Sarah Moon. The French version was also performed by Khaled and fellow Ra singer Faudel at the famous 1998 1,2,3 Soleils concert in Paris. The song has since been remade by several singers and bands, including a zouk version by Kassav', a salsa version by Africando, and an a cappella version by Penn Masala. It has been adapted to several other languages. In 2003, the Danish hip.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Jean-Jacques Goldman (born, October 11, 1951) is a French singer and songwriter. He is hugely popular in the French-speaking world, and in 2003 was the second-highest-grossing French pop singer, after Johnny Hallyday. "Acha" is the name of a French song written by the singer songwriter Jean-Jacques Goldman. The word Acha (?????) (also spelled Aisha, Ayesha, and Ayisha) is an Arabic female name. The songs original performer is the Algerian Ra artist Khaled. The original French single was never released in an album, though Khaled's 1996 album Sahra featured a bilingual version of the song sung in both French and Arabic. The Arabic lyrics for the bilingual version of the song are written by Khaled. Khaled's music video was directed by Sarah Moon. The French version was also performed by Khaled and fellow Ra singer Faudel at the famous 1998 1,2,3 Soleils concert in Paris. The song has since been remade by several singers and bands, including a zouk version by Kassav', a salsa version by Africando, and an a cappella version by Penn Masala. It has been adapted to several other languages. In 2003, the Danish hip hop band, Outlandish, recorded and released.
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