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Marie Ortal Malka

Marie Ortal Malka better known as Ortal or Ortal Malka is a singer, born in Israel of Berber and Andalusian origins. She began singing when she was sixteen. In 2000 Ortal moved to Spain and joined the group Gipsy Sound. Ortal was practically unknown until she was chosen to represent France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 when she sang "Chacun Pense à Soi" ("Everyone Thinks of Themselves") at the contest in Kiev, placing 23rd in a field of 24.[1]

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • Albums 1.1
    • Singles 1.2
  • References 2

Discography

Albums

  • Bar Mitsvah
  • Songs for Bar Mitsvah
  • Mazeltov Jewish Songs
  • Best Jewish Songs
  • Jewish Hits Music
  • Mazeltov Jewish Tunes

Singles

Featured in
  • "Pop Like That" (KNOB feat. Ortal), from their second studio album Let Love Rule

References

  1. ^ """Eurovision Song Contest: France 2005: Ortal, "Chacun Pense À Soi. Retrieved 29 May 2010. 
Preceded by
Jonatan Cerrada
with À chaque pas
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
2005
Succeeded by
Virginie Pouchain
with Il était temps


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