Torkaman - Music from Iranian Turkmenistan

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Torkaman - Music from Iranian Turkmenistan
Artist: Grouhe (ensemble) Azad Mahali
Publisher: Cassette published in Iran
Publication date: 1990
Format / Quality: MP3
Size: 136,2 Mb
Language: Turkmen

Цитата:
Chaharomin Djashnvareh Mousiqi Fajr
(4. Fajr Music Festival) - Vol. 12

Torkaman
performed by:
Grouhe (ensemble) Azad Mahali

Turkmen music from the Iranian part of Turkmenistan. This cassette contains music of Bakhshis (bards) accompanying themselves on Dutar and accompanied on Gidjak, a spike fiddle called in Iran and Azerbaijan Kamancheh.

"Turkmen in Iran and Afghanistan:
Turkmen in Iran and Afghanistan remain very conservative in comparison to their brethren in Turkmenistan. Islam plays a much more prominent role in Iran and Afghanistan where Turkmen follow many traditional Islamic practices that many Turkmen in Turkmenistan have abandoned as a result of decades of Soviet rule. In addition, many Turkmen in Iran and Afghanistan have remained at least semi-nomadic and traditionally work in agriculture/animal husbandry and the production of carpets In Iran about 2 000,000 Turkmen are primarily concentrated in the provinces of Golestan and North Khorasan."
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkmen_people

"The Turkmens reside in the north of the (Iranian) province Golestan, a plain called Turkmen Sahra. This former nomadic people live in this area from 15th century, main cities of which are Gonbad-e Kavus and Bandar Torkaman."
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golestan_Province
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