Uzi Chitman


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Uzi Chitman biography

Uzi Hitman was born in Kiryat Israel near Givat Shmuel and later lived in Ramat Gan. When he was growing up, he used to sing in the stairwell of his building, looking for an audience. His career began in 1976, when he composed a popular melody for Adon Olam.[2] He became a popular Israeli artist during the 1980s and 1990s. He composed and wrote over 650 songs. His most famous songs include Noladati Lashalom (I Was Born for Peace), Ratziti Sheteda (I Wanted You to Know), Todah (Thank you), Mi yada' sh'kach yihiye (Who Knew It Would Be Like This) and Kan (Here), which reached third place during the 1991 Eurovision Song Contest. Hitman also appeared on the 1980s children's programmes Parpar Nechmad and Hopa Hei and shirim ktanim. Uzi Hitman is considered one of Israel's greatest composers, but he died of a heart attack in 2004 at the very young age of 52.

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