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Chopie - Zadik Zecharia - Kurdish Melodies On Zorna (CD, Album)

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  • From the mountainous region covering parts of modern-day Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Iran, and Armenia, the Kurdish people practice a musical culture that is described by liner note author Christian Poché as "passionate" and "impulsive." Although it belongs to the same musical family as Persian music, Kurdish music is based on the use of the pentacord.5/5(1).
  • Kurdish Zorna Master Remixed By Israeli DJs. Zadik Zecharia, who hails from Kurdistan but has lived in Israel since , is a master of the zorna, a reed instrument which sounds like a shriller version of the bagpipes, and which Zecharia wields like a diamond-tipped drill to the’s an mp3 of him performing a style of Kurdish dance music called chopie.
  • Aug 06,  · Zadik Zecharia: Zaina Zaina: Kurdish Melodies on Zorna [BREAK] Willem Breuker Kollektief: Our Day Will Come (43 out of ) of these Studies have been made available on CD so far, in a series on Bis Records and played by Fredrik Ullén. I hope the rest of them come out at some point soon. — Trombonist Grachan Moncur III’s "Space Spy.
  • Rumbles, being a compendium of sound and accumulation of trivia assembled during the months of April to June inclusive. Kicking things off with the thoughts of Steve Pescott. K inetic / sound-making sculptors are a very rare breed, so it’s hardly a surprise that ever since the Terrascope first had its lens polished and its vital workings calibrated, magazine coverage on this fascinating.
  • Take a look at what else we have in by Zadik Zecharia, check out some related artists, head over to our new releases or knock yourself out reading our latest music news & album reviews. CD £ Israeli edition on CD on Something On The Road.
  • Mar 10,  · (Jamila) kurdish song,very famous song always during party people dance with it. Aziz Waysi - Bnwa Bnwa CD Newroz New Album CD Aziz Waisi - .
  • Mar 11,  · Via the Daily Sabah — As the peace process between the Turkish government and the Kurdish opposition party, the PKK, continues in southeastern Turkey, a revival of Kurdish culture is also underway. One example of the cultural rebirth is the renewed interest in folk songs performed by Kurdish musicians known as ‘dengbej’.

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