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الموضوع: The Kamkars - Iranian Kurdish Ensemble

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    John Smoth Guest

    إفتراضي Please post more

    please please please post more of this beautiful songs by this group. Listening to them make you fly and reach the moon. Wonderful sound and music, please post more, I beg you post more.

  2. #12
    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    More of the Kamkars? OK. Here are two songs from their 1999 Mariposa CD "Ethnic Music from Kurdistan" (MPCD 3052).
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    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    Another two samples from an album entitled "Kurdish Music Concert".
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  4. #14
    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    And finally two pieces from the 1996 Art House (Teheran) CD "Gol Neshan".
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  5. #15

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    Thanks dear AmbroseBierce , wow !
    I prefer their instrumentals rather than singing

    It's a matter of taste & maybe for not understanding the lyrics

    Thank you very much for this fortune

    Yours
    Alfaraby

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    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    Thanks dear AmbroseBierce , wow !
    I prefer their instrumentals rather than singing

    It's a matter of taste & maybe for not understanding the lyrics

    Thank you very much for this fortune

    Yours
    Alfaraby
    You're most welcome.

    As for the Kamkars' singing, yes, I agree with you. They are instrumentalists, all of them, and their singing is OK for a background chorus, but nothing above that, whereas they are unsurpassed in Kurdish instrumental music.

  7. #17
    John Smoth Guest

    إفتراضي Thank you sooooooo much

    AmbroseBierce, you are always the best. I don’t understand the words, but who cares, the mixture of the voices of the singers and the music make you live in another world. I wish you post more, these songs make you think how earth born and how the sky turns blue and how the mountains dressed in brown and white.

  8. #18
    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    I wish you post more...
    It is this forum's strict policy not to post more than one or two samples of CDs still available commercially. So as for the Kamkars I'm sorry, I brought here samples of all the albums I have. When I get another one, of course I'll add a song or two here.

    As for other Kurdish music, very little of what I have heard until now is interesting for this forum - here we're not into folkloristic music. If you come across the names and music of other good Kurdish classical artists, please put info here. Shahram Nazeri of course is of Kurdish origin and sometimes records Kurdish music. I'll see if I find some representative pieces of his.

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