Yıldız İbrahimova

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Yıldız İbrahimova
Йълдъз Ибрахимова
Yaldaz Ibrahimova 1984.jpg
Background information
Born(1952-04-08)April 8, 1952
OriginSilistra, Bulgaria
GenresJazz, fusion, folk
Occupation(s)Singer
Yıldız İbrahimova performed at the Jazz Festival in Niš, 1996

Yıldız İbrahimova (Bulgarian: Йълдъз Ибрахимова, Yaldaz Ibrahimova, Turkish: Yıldız İbrahimova) (born 1952 in Silistra) is a Bulgarian singer of Turkish ancestry. Besides jazz, she has also recorded Bulgarian, Turkish, Gypsy and Russian folk songs. She married Ali Dinçer, a Turkish politician, also born in Bulgaria and former mayor of Ankara, in 1993. Since then she has lived in Turkey. Her husband died in 2007.[1][2]

Yildiz Ibrahimova has participated in tours in over 40 countries in Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and Africa.[3]

Albums[edit]

Her records include the following albums:

  • (1979) Turkish Folk Songs, LP, Balkanton,Sofia-Bulgaria
  • (1981) Naissus Jazz-81-LP,Discos,Nish-Serbia
  • (1987) Jazz and Something More, LP,Balkanton
  • (1987 The Girl with Lovely Eyes, LP, Balkanton
  • (1990) Illusory Eternity, LP,Balkanton
  • (1991) Paris -Zagreb, with Antoine Herve qintet, CD-DEUX Z, Paris,France
  • (1992) Illusory Eternıty, CD, Balkanton
  • (1992) Hard way to Freedom -with Anatoly Vapirov - AVA Records, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • (1995) Ișığın Sesi (Voice of Rainbow)- Raks Music, Istanbul,Turkey
  • (1997) Balkanatolia feat. Ivo Papasov, Raks Music, Istanbul
  • (1999) Marcanja e Romeskere Gilya (Songs of the Gypsy), Universal Music Turkey
  • (2000) Marcanja-Songs of the Gypsy, Virginia Records-Universal Music Bulgaria
  • (2003) Çocukça Șarkılar-Children Songs, Boyut, Istanbul, Turkey
  • (2003) Pesni za Malki i Golemi-Children Songs, Virginia Records-Universal Bulgaria
  • (2005) 30 Years on Stage, Virginia Records
  • (2009) Back to my Love, Virginia Records-Bulgaria
  • (2011) Balkanatolia 2 - Annemden Rumeli Türküleri-Kalan-Turkey

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on October 29, 2013. Retrieved August 27, 2007.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Milliyet Sanat Sayfalari
  3. ^ "Yildiz Ibrahimova - Australian Tour".

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