Music doesn't come much more global than that of the Italian-Egyptian singer born Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti in 1933. Among the most popular performers of all time, Dalida had 19 No. 1 hits in four languages and recorded in a half-dozen others. Dalida sang a little bit of everything in a big, confident voice—from Egyptian folk songs to Jewish wedding music and from pop hits of many nations to reggae, rock, and soul. Her international appeal helped her to eventually sell more than 170 million albums worldwide.