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Aynur Doğan – Heavenly Voices 30

Aynur Doğan

– Heavenly Voices 30 –

Turkey – kurdish singer




Daye Daye

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Song Name Length Type Listen ناو گورانی
Ahmidu 5 Min, 32 Sec RAM Listen ئه‌حمدوو
Aynur_2 4 Min, 51 Sec RAM Listen ئه‌ینوور_2
Aynur_3 3 Min, 1 Sec RAM Listen ئه‌ینوور_3
Beperse Jibo 4 Min, 34 Sec RAM Listen بپرسه‌ ژبۆ
Daye Durbun Dejvare 5 Min, 41 Sec RAM Listen دایه‌ دوور بوون دژواره‌
Debi Lili Jan 4 Min, 46 Sec RAM Listen ده‌بێ لێلی جان
Hesenhesen Heiran 7 Min, 27 Sec RAM Listen حه‌سه‌ن حه‌سه‌ن حه‌یران
Kichi Kurdan 4 Min, 32 Sec RAM Listen کچێ کوردان
Li Jira Chiaye 4 Min, 54 Sec RAM Listen له‌ ژێرا چیای
Perwaneim Perwani 5 Min, 19 Sec RAM Listen په‌روانه‌ێم په‌روانه‌
Total: 10 Songs 50 Min, 37 Sec

Heavenly Voices 29 – Concha Buika

complete list of “Heavenly Voices” series here

– 29 –

Concha Buika



“I’m not scared to sing about my experiences, and my life and all that.
When I raise my voice and wail, all I’m doing is giving my opinion.
And since there are many things in this world I don’t like,
all the rage and hatred I may have comes out in my songs.

I started singing about chaos, it just so happens that
when I started I had in my head the musical world of my mother.
My mother’s music was impressively chaotic.
The house was decorated the same way; we lived exactly like that.

I found that the excess of order was also not necessary.
Mixing flamenco with jazz with African music with blues …
I wasn’t doing it on purpose; it’s what would come out of me.

I’ve always thought of styles as like little dictatorships — as something obligatory.
I believe we sing what we are. And what has been sung, has been felt.”

– Concha Buika –

La falsa moneda

Cruzaos los brazos pa’ no matarla cerraos los ojos pa’ no llorar,
temió ser débil y perdonarla y abrió las puertas de par en par.

With his arms crossed in order not kill her with his eyes closed for not to mourn,
He feared to be weak and forgive her and he opened the door wide.

Vete, mujer mala, vete de mi vera, rueda lo mismito que una maldición,
que un día me permita que el gache que quieras pague tus quereres, tus quereres pague
con una traición.

Go away, bad woman, go away from my side, wheel the same as a curse,
that one day it let me see the Andalusian you want
pay your loving, pay your loving with a betrayal.

Gitana, que tú serás como la falsa moneda, que de mano en mano va y ninguno se la queda,
Gypsy woman, you’ll be like the bogus money, that goes from one hand to another and none keep it

Besó los negros zarcillos finos que allí dejara cuando se fue.
Y aquellas trenzas de pelo endrino que en otro tiempo cortó pa’ él.

He kissed her black fine earring she left there when she went away
and that plaits made of black hair that she cut for him one day

Cuando se marchaba, no intentó ni verla, ni lanzó un quejio, ni le dijo adiós.
Entornó la puerta y, pa’ no llamarla, se clavó las uñas, se clavó las uñas, en el corazón.

When she was leaving, he didn’t try even to see her, neither made a groan, nor say her goodbye.
He half-clossed the door and to not call her, he sank his nails
he sank his nails, into his heart.

Gitana que tú serás como la falsa moneda que de mano en mano va y ninguno se la queda,
Gypsy woman, you’ll be like the bogus money, that goes from one hand to another and none keep it

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Mi nina Lola

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No habrá nadie en el mundo

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Concha Buika’s Interview: New York Daily News


Heavenly Voices 28 – Mariza

the complete Heavenly Voices Series list is here

Heavenly Voices

– 28 –


photo by João Pedro Gonçalves

photo by João Pedro Gonçalves


When the music pours out of her,
Mariza seems like a conduit for something much larger than herself.

There’s an unmistakably genuine agony and ecstasy of expression when she performs,
whether the venue is the Hollywood Bowl
or a small casa de fado in her hometown of Lisbon.

Fado is Portugal’s Blues or Rebetika or Tango or Flamenco.
“They all stand on emotions,” says Mariza.

“Fado is an emotional kind of music full of passion,
sorrow, jealousy, grief, and often satire.”

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Gente da minha terra

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Heavenly Voices 27 – Elli Lampeti (Ellh Lampeth – Έλλη Λαμπέτη)

complete list of “Heavenly Voices” Series here

“Heavenly Voices” Series

– 27 –
Elli Lampeti (Ellh Lampeth – Έλλη Λαμπέτη)

– Hellas – Greece –

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Heavenly Voices 26 – Destiny’s Child

Heavenly Voices Series

Heavenly Voices

– 26 –

Destiny’s Child


United States of America – USA

Amazing Grace


Gospel Medley


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