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Music is modal, with its meqam (or mode in Arabic music) is called Kurd and is known throughout the Middle East. Other common meqams used in Kurdish music are Deştî - which is of Kurdish origin - Beyat, Beyatî Huseynî (Muheyir), Hicaz and Saba. The meqam Nahawand or Nihavent used in Arabic and Turkish music also has a Kurdish name.

It is not correct musicology. Kurdish people have to be objective here and not just try and write an article that seems to emphasise nationlist tendencies. Please see sources [1] for correct information on Ottoman classical music

I didn't know a theory could be a proof or a source.. Your source is not enough for removal of the paragraph. I suggest the paragraph be placed back in the article, since the source you provided is not enough for removal.--Flavallee (talk) 04:08, 28 January 2008 (UTC)

I agree with the removal of the paragraph. There is an improper use of musical terms. Furthermore, the source originally provided is not a 'theory' in the normal sense of the word. It rather refers to music theory (i.e. the study of melodies, harmonies, construction and breakdown of music etc).41.232.174.2 (talk) 08:39, 5 March 2008 (UTC)Abdulwahid

'Kurdistan'[edit]

I edit the words Kurdistan, because kurdistan does not exist. Look at the world atlas and u will not see a Kurdistan.Kurdish people live in diffrent country's like Turkey, Irak, Iran, Syrie. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 145.7.182.14 (talk) 16:47, 2 September 2007 (UTC)

This argument is as cogent as saying there is no Sahara Desert because there is no country called 'Sahara Desert'. Kurdistan is a region.. a geographical entity. Kurdistan exists--not as a separate state, but as a geographical region. Svyatoslav 19:09, 7 October 2007 (UTC)


You can edit your mother you stupid racist. Go away. Kurdistan exists and that's what we are going to write. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.253.53.0 (talk) 09:10, 12 April 2008 (UTC)

Hajj Amin Elahi[edit]

I love music of Hajj Amin Elahi, a kurdish master. Somebody should write about him here.--Hasan075 (talk) 19:52, 19 January 2008 (UTC)

Kurdistan is the Land of the Kurds..It covers areas in -what's known as- iraq,iran turkey and syria..those mentioned countries are FAKE! and have been built on the land of the Kurds by the british invaders aftyer WWII -go read some history retards- and Kurdistan have existed way B4 all these countries came to existance..ataturk himself aknoledged the presence of Kurdistan land of the Kurds and Kurds were promised a state after WWI, which means it has always existed! we don't care if a mothafucking retard say it doesn't exist on maps..kurdistan existed and will always be and will be free soon! die w/ hate! retarded turkoarabs fascists scumbags!!

Do not continue that ring of hate, please. That has nothing to do with this article.--MercZ (talk) 23:14, 27 April 2008 (UTC)

Music Kurd Kurdistan

From Kurds of Turkey Şivan Perwer must be remembered. He is one of the most famuous musicians in the Kurd region. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Selim2344 (talk • contribs) 13:22, 8 March 2011 (UTC)

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Kurdistan Music Video

Kurdistan (Kurds state), the cultural history and the civilization of Kurdistan date back to 3000 BC. It has been divided among five countries Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Armenia by geographical borders. Kurdish music retells the old and sorrowful history of the people whose music has constantly served to soothe their pains and has given them hope for a better future. Kurdish music has also well influenced the above-mentioned countries’ music, representing the Kurds in the region. The music of the Kurd is based on vocal songs. In past centuries, three groups of singers, storyteller (Çîrokbêj), Minstrels (stranbêj) and Bards (Dengbêj) were considered. People in tradition lifestyle were gathering at nights and listening to the stories of the singers which were accompanied by Tembûr and audience’s clubbing. The poem was epic that mentioned the relationship between nature and human, supernatural, love and meditation under Sufism philosophy credence. Since the Islamic religion ideology developed territory in the region, the music particularly singing was the significant approach powerfully preserve the Kurdish identity, language, culture and keep them alive from new belief. That method has also been helpful to transfer music to the next generation traditionally and oral. The Sufi system, the secret educational cultural gathering is to bring the community closer, more friendly. The secret meeting highlighted music and dance as its initial manifest to reappear the Kurdish Zoroastrian identity after an unpleasant guest arrived in their land.

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