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الموضوع: The Kamkars - Iranian Kurdish Ensemble

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    إفتراضي The Kamkars - Iranian Kurdish Ensemble

    The Kâmkârs are probably the most renowned ensemble of Iranian Kurdish music. The play as a family ensemble and many of the members will play with other groups also.

    The ensemble consists of seven brothers, one sister and her son:
    Hooshang Kamkar - violin, composer, arranger
    Bijan Kamkar - vocals, tar, robab, daf
    Pashang Kamkar - santur, director of the group
    Ghashang Kamkar - setar, violin
    Arjang Kamkar - tombak
    Arsalan Kamkar - barbat, violin, composer, arranger
    Ardéshir Kamkar - kamancheh, composer
    Ardavân Kamkar - santur
    Omid Lotfi (son of Ghashang Kamkar) - tar

    The pieces here are from the album "The Living Fire", published by Long Distance in 1995.
    The first song is "Kolan bâ kolan" ("From Alley to Alley"): "A young man desperately in love follows his beloved along narrow country lanes, the Kolan bâ kolan of the title. Don't be shy, pull back the hair covering your cheek, place of a thousand desires. I will give up my live on condition that you let me see your face."
    The second piece, "Maghâm Fâtemah", is derived from Mahur: "A young man, always alone, is in love. Beloved Fâtemah, your intoxicated eyes are full of the wine of love. Your movements are music, poetry, song. You are like a greek goddess."
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