Album

Folklore

Folklore

Genre : Folklore
  1. وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان ۲
  2. وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان
  3. Suxmai Koni
  4. Bazulf U Ruxsar
  5. Kuestanan Xal Xal
  6. Berhelbene
  7. Lay Lay
  8. Lenje
  9. Lorke
  10. Yarekem Dildarekem
  11. Ay Lachin
  12. Rebwar U Rebwar
  13. Gowende
  14. Kirmashan
  15. Nesihet Be
  16. Shemame U Shilere
  17. Nime Chare
  18. Rebwar
  19. Saqi
  20. Lem Ziz Bue
  21. Shlere
  22. Wameke
  23. Siney Qebran
  24. Bom Ble Toze Toze
  25. Narij Le Gel Herme
  26. Din Din
  27. Deng De Le Shilanekey
  28. Bane U Meriwan
  29. Hat Belenje
  30. Tobe
  31. Hey Eran
  32. Baran Barane
  33. Dilekey Wergitim
  34. Leyla
  35. Kewyar
  36. Lankole
  37. Rastey Xeyaban
  38. Naylone
  39. Were Qurban
  40. Zara
  41. Mergulan
  42. Sebri
  43. Nesihet Be Bo Dildari
  44. Nesrin
  45. Lay Lay Suregul
  46. Amin U Amin
  47. Her Waye
  48. Sixme
  49. Kiras Resh
  50. Jwani Jwani
  51. Amoza
  52. gildr k
  53. Qumri
  54. Bawabe
  55. Areqchin
  56. Naleshkene
  57. Le Silemankendi
  58. Belerzane
  59. Nye Le Mal
  60. Sew Pegeysht
  61. Shofer
  62. Ketane
  63. Duktor
  64. Mergulan
  65. Kolwane Sur
  66. Dine Mero
  67. Pi Bile Mezedar
  68. Shede Lar
  69. Amine Ewro
  70. Dewere
  71. Kaki Jutyar
  72. Peri
  73. Dengi Yar
  74. Amine
  75. Rastey Xeyaban
  76. Qaspey Kew
  77. Dine Mero
  78. Nemam
  79. Emrekem Fatim
  80. Ey Benaz
  81. Ere Naz
  82. Berde
  83. Nurani
  84. Ey Wey Le Gul
  85. Ho Leyli
  86. Dengi Saz De
  87. Namdweni
  88. Mezedar
  89. Dayne
  90. Xanmi Mezedar
  91. Deteyke
  92. Belar
  93. Naleshkene
  94. 7.Hassan Hayas
  95. Floklor Sena
  96. Xalo
  97. Tadarak
  98. Zulaixa
  99. Hewai Kemalan
  100. Sozek Bo Mawlawi
Folk music includes both traditional music and the genre that evolved from it during the 20th century folk revival. The term originated in the 19th century but is often applied to music that is older than that. Some types of folk music are also called world music.

Traditional folk music has been defined in several ways: as music transmitted orally, or as music with unknown composers. It has been contrasted with commercial and classical styles. One meaning often given is that of old songs, with no known composers; another is music that has been transmitted and evolved by a process of oral transmission or performed by custom over a long period of time.

Starting in the mid-20th century a new form of popular folk music evolved from traditional folk music. This process and period is called the (second) folk revival and reached a zenith in the 1960s. This form of music is sometimes called contemporary folk music or folk revival music to distinguish it from earlier folk forms. Smaller similar revivals have occurred elsewhere in the world at other times, but the term folk music has typically not been applied to the new music created during those revivals. This type of folk music also includes fusion genres such as folk rock, folk metal, electric folk, and others. While contemporary folk music is a genre generally distinct from traditional folk music, in English it shares the same name, and it often shares the same performers and venues as traditional folk music. Even individual songs may be a blend of the two.

وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان ۲ // وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان - -
  1. وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان ۲ // وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان - -
  2. وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان // وستا حەسەن کاکایی بۆکان - -
  3. Suxmai Koni // Adnan Karim - -
  4. Bazulf U Ruxsar // Adnan Karim - -
  5. Kuestanan Xal Xal // Hasan Zirak - -
  6. Berhelbene // Hassan Zirak - -
  7. Lay Lay // Hassan Zirak - -
  8. Lenje // Hasan Zirak - -
  9. Lorke // Hasan Zirak - -
  10. Yarekem Dildarekem // Hasan Zirak - -