Arabic, Kurdish, Syriac, Turkmen songs on 5th day of Urkesh Festival

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QAMIŞLO– For the fifth day in a row, the first Urkesh festival of music and folk songs will continue on Mohammed Sheikho Center for Culture and Art in Qamişlo canton.

The festival is organized by Democratic Movement of Culture and Art in Rojava, the first festival to highlight and distribute the culture and heritage of the peoples of the region under the motto “The First Urkesh Festival of Music and Folk Songs”. Involving Arab, Kurdish, Syriac and Yazidi groups, from the three federal regions.

The fifth day of the festival was attended by a large crowd of people, including elders, children, women and men, Arabs, Kurds and Syrians.

On the fifth day, 7 teams participated: “Rojava Band from Afrin, the Şoreş Band from Tal Tamr, “Roja Welat Band from Kerbawi village which is related to Qamişlo city, “Marina Band from Qamişlo which performed songs in Syriac language, in addition to the Manbij Band, which performed Kurdish, Arab and Turkmen folk songs. Each band performed 3 songs in Arabic, Syriac and Kurdish. The Manbij Band also performed a song in Turkmen language. The songs were popular, to the peoples of North Syria.

The songs were admirable and the audience interacted with them with warm applause.

During the five days of the festival’s performances, 26 bands have so far performed their musical performances, while 13 are preparing to perform in the next three days. The festival is scheduled to conclude on Sunday 31 of this month

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Arabic, Kurdish, Syriac, Turkmen songs on 5th day of Urkesh Festival

Editor
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QAMIŞLO– For the fifth day in a row, the first Urkesh festival of music and folk songs will continue on Mohammed Sheikho Center for Culture and Art in Qamişlo canton.

The festival is organized by Democratic Movement of Culture and Art in Rojava, the first festival to highlight and distribute the culture and heritage of the peoples of the region under the motto “The First Urkesh Festival of Music and Folk Songs”. Involving Arab, Kurdish, Syriac and Yazidi groups, from the three federal regions.

The fifth day of the festival was attended by a large crowd of people, including elders, children, women and men, Arabs, Kurds and Syrians.

On the fifth day, 7 teams participated: “Rojava Band from Afrin, the Şoreş Band from Tal Tamr, “Roja Welat Band from Kerbawi village which is related to Qamişlo city, “Marina Band from Qamişlo which performed songs in Syriac language, in addition to the Manbij Band, which performed Kurdish, Arab and Turkmen folk songs. Each band performed 3 songs in Arabic, Syriac and Kurdish. The Manbij Band also performed a song in Turkmen language. The songs were popular, to the peoples of North Syria.

The songs were admirable and the audience interacted with them with warm applause.

During the five days of the festival’s performances, 26 bands have so far performed their musical performances, while 13 are preparing to perform in the next three days. The festival is scheduled to conclude on Sunday 31 of this month

A.H

ANHA

source: ANHA

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Kurdish, Armenian Groups Condemn HDP Arrests, Crackdown

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Free HDP and Divest From Turkish Fascism: International Appeal and Message of Solidarity We express our outrage at the arbitrary arrests of Turkey’s opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) co-leaders Selahattin Demirtas and Figen Yuksekdag, and its 10 MPs on November 4, 2016. With the charges of treason and association with terrorism, HDP MPs are the […]

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Kurdish, Iraqi forces, coalition launch offensive against IS in Mosul

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MOSUL,— Kurdish Peshmerga militias, Iraqi Security Forces and the U.S.-led Coalition launched operations against the Islamic State (IS) in northern Iraq early Monday after Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the start of fighting to regain the Mosul. Peshmerga forces launched their operation in Khazir, northeast of Mosul, at 6 am local time in coordination […]

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