Rémy LeBeau wrote:This is a really nice ghazal by Habib Qaderi from his live album
Habib Qaderi - Subh
http://www.imeem.com/people/r7FKa2e/mus ... deri_subh/
Rémy LeBeau wrote:btw: You should say 'Hindi', which refers to the culture of traditional Hindustan, not 'Hindu', which refers only to the Hindu religion.
Rémy LeBeau wrote: Do you have the lyrics/translation for the 2nd link that you sent?
Rémy LeBeau wrote:I couldn't help but notice that most of the people in the video were older; this sort of music isn't popular with young people in Turkey?
eskandar wrote:There's a very fun music video for "Chori Chori":
I'm not a big fan of Arash, but here is my favorite song by him, "Iran Iran." It's a patriotic football tune and the lyrics should be easy for learners to understand.
Here's a song that's much more to my tastes: Giti Pashaei singing "Molana." This is one of my favorite Iranian songs ever, it's really mystical and her voice is gorgeous. Unfortunately the video cuts off halfway through the song!
alijsh wrote:Nadi, have you heard this Persian-Turkish song: bi to hargez (sensiz asla)? The Persian singer is Shahyâd and the Turkish singer is Emrah. I have also seen its show. Whether the song be beautiful or not, I like the Persian-Turkish relation. The quality of the song is not good but you should be able to find it somewhere else with a better quality.
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