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Ehmed ê Ferman ê Kîkî, 1930


       

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The dengbÍj are Kurdish storytellers or poets-singers, repositories of the Kurdish traditions and language,
whose repertoire consists of orally handed down songs of historical or epic-legendary events
[1] [2].

The figure of the dengbÍj is comparable in part to that of the aedi of ancient Greece or that of the Celtic bards.
The dengbÍj song is sometimes accompanied by wind instruments such as blur and dudik.
The dengbÍj texts were collected between the late nineteenth and early twentieth century
by German-speaking ethnographers Oskar Mann
[3] and Albert Socin [4].

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"Kurdish music". In: Simon Broughton et al (eds), World music, Vol. 1: Africa, Europe and the Middle East, London: Rough Guides, 1999, pp. 378-384 (Google libri), ISBN 1858286352, ISBN 9781858286358

^ Christine Allison, The Yezidi oral tradition in Iraqi Kurdistan, Richmond: Curzon Press, 2001, ad indicem (Google libri), ISBN 0-7007-1397-2, ISBN 9780700713974
^ Oskar Mann, Kurdish-Persian Researches: The Dialects of the Mukri Kurds, Berlin: G. Reimer, 1906-9
^ Eugen Prym e Albert Socin, Kurdish Collections, 2 full., St. Petersburg, 1887-90

 

 

 


to be continued

Ev proje hê nuh dest pê kiriye.
Heger navê we li lîstê nîn be - ji çakiya xwe nivîsa kurtejiyana xwe, her wisan jî
wêneya xwe û wêneyên berhemên xwe yên skannerkirî ji me re biĢînin.

 

 

KURDISH SINGERS

KURDISH PAINTERS

KURDISH AUTHORS

KURDOLOGS

 

 

 


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