Nizamettin Ariç

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Nizamettin Ariç, Nîzamettîn Arîç, (1956- ) is a contemporary Kurdish singer, composer and director. He was born in Ağrı in Turkey.[1] He was exposed to traditional Kurdish bard music or dengbêj at an early age,[2] but until 1980 was professionally active as a singer of Turkish-language folksongs, including songs that he himself had translated from Kurdish to Turkish. In 1979, at a concert in his hometown of Ağrı, he sang a love song in Kurdish, and was arrested for spreading propaganda.[3] Upon finding he was to be sentenced to 5–15 years, he sought political asylum in Germany and has resided in Berlin since.

Even though he was unable to perform in Turkey, as music critic Orhan Kahyaoğlu notes, Nizamettin Ariç's recordings have been influential on musicians in Turkey,[4] especially Kardeş Türküler (who has covered several of his songs),[5] and film/TV music arranger Aytekin Gazi Ataş.[6] His movie A Song for Beko was one of the first films in the Kurdish language and has won 15 international awards.[7]

Movies[edit]

  1. Klamek ji bo Beko ("A Song for Beko"), Director, 1992.
  2. Dugun - Die Heirat, Composer, 1993.
  3. De Jongen die niet meer praatte, Composer, 1996.

Albums, Turkish language[8][edit]

  1. Telli Sazım, Turkola, 1979.
  2. Ben Yetim, Öncü Plak, 1980.
  3. Telli Sazım / Dertli Ağrı, Aydın, 1986.
  4. Hazal Gelin, Göksöy Plakçılık, 1986/1989.
  5. Tut Elimden Düşmeyelim, Gema, precise year unknown (late 1990s).[9]
  6. Bekesamın/Kimsesizim, Aydın, year unknown.

Albums, Kurdish language[edit]

  1. Berivan, 1982.
  2. Çem, 1982.
  3. Dilan, 1983.
  4. Diyarbekir, 1984.
  5. Çiyayên Me, Ses Plak, 1985.
  6. Cûdî, Ses Plak, 1986.
  7. Dayê, Ses Plak, 1987.
  8. Zînê, Ses Plak, 1988.
  9. Kurdistan 1988, 1989.
  10. Ahmedo Roni, 1991.
  11. Wêneyên Xewnan (Images Dreams), Ses Plak, 1993.
  12. Bê Kesa Min / Ahmedo Ronî, Aydın Müzik, 1996.
  13. Kurdish Ballads 1, 2001.
  14. Kurdish Ballads 2, 2002.
  15. Azadi, Kalan Müzik Yapım, 2011.
  16. Dertli Cemo, Harika Müzik, year unknown.
  17. Rinda Min, Aydın, year unknown.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nizamettin Arıç, trigon-film.
  2. ^ Nizamettin Arıç, The Nowruz Project, Creative Work Fund.
  3. ^ "Nizamettîn Ariç, hayatı ve müziği üzerine". Tenêtî Kamranîye. Retrieved 18 August 2013. 
  4. ^ Kahyaoğlu, Orhan (2003). "Sıyrılıp Gelen": Grup Yorum. Istanbul: neKitaplar. pp. 356, 372. ISBN 975-283-000-5. 
  5. ^ Kardeş Türküler – "Çocuk (H)aklı”
  6. ^ Bates, Eliot (2008). Social Interactions, Musical Arrangement, and the Production of Digital Audio in Istanbul Recording Studios (Ph.D.). University of California, Berkeley. OCLC 827279749. 
  7. ^ Chingiz Sadykhov, The Nowruz Project, Creative Work Fund.
  8. ^ "Nizamettîn Ariç, hayatı ve müziği üzerine". Tenêtî Kamranîye. Retrieved 18 August 2013. 
  9. ^ "Devlet beni artık geri çağırmalı". Milliyet. 2011. Retrieved 18 August 2013.