The Jordanian artist, Omar Abdolat, published a video clip from the private scenes to prepare for the wedding song, which he performed, accompanied by the Saudi Arab artist, Muhammad Abdo, at the wedding of Jordanian Crown Prince Al Hussein, on the desire of the sword.
Before the ceremony, the two artists appeared in the rehearsals of the song, which was written by the poet Saleh Al-Shadi and composed by Al-Abdallat himself, inspired by Jordanian folklore and distributed by Ayman Abdullah.
At the beginning of the song, it says:
“Amman’s air tweeted with songs, and the mountains of Amman rippled in song”
A song of happiness brought together two peoples, and everyone blessed, and joy became euphoria.
Jordanian, Saudi… O grandson of the Prophet, O Hussein, son of Abdullah, beloved of the people, congratulations, son of Abdullah
The Mahabish beat and poured coffee. A thousand blessings, O Hussein, and O his hope.
The artists, Muhammad Abdo and Omar Al-Abdullat, in the presence of kings, leaders, heads of state, and prominent Arab and international personalities, revived, on Thursday, the main ceremony on the occasion of the wedding of Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II, Crown Prince, to Princess Ragwa Khaled Al-Saif, in the official wedding ceremony held by King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein and Queen Rania. Abdullah in the royal Jordanian palaces.
The two artists gave a wonderful and distinguished concert befitting this occasion, and the surprise of the ceremony was their presentation of a joint lyrical work between them, composed by the artist Omar Al-Abdallat from the words of the poet Saleh Al-Shadi and arranged by Ayman Abdullah. Two peoples.. and everyone blessed and the joy became ecstasy (Jordanian-Saudi…Saudi-Jordanian), while the pleasure and jubilation seemed clear on the faces of the attendees on this happy royal occasion.