Bahjat Yahya

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Bahjat Yahya
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Born1967 (age 53–54)
Sulaimani, Kurdistan
NationalityKurd
CitizenshipIraq & Germany
Occupation
  • Singer
  • Composer
  • Musician
  • Poet
Children2 daughters
Musical career
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OriginSulaimani
GenresKurdish music
Instruments
  • Saz
  • Tar
Years active1985–present

Bahjat Yahya (born 1967) is a prominent Kurdish singer[1], well known for bringing forth his own unique musical style within the Kurdish genre. [2]

Early life

Bahjat Yahya was born in 1967 in Sulaimani. [3]

He first graduated in 1986 from the Electrical Institute of Sulaimani, and further developed and studied in Germany; He graduated in 2001 from Sabel Institute[4] as a System Administrator

Career

As an early age Bahjat Yahya had developed love for Singing and Music.[5] He recorded his first song in 1985, and started to become more active and known in his community.[6]

Bahjat Yahya has devoted his whole life towards his art. He has had many concerts throughout his career locally as well as internationally. His music has brought forth a new and different genre within Kurdish music. [7]

He is very devoted and passionate when it comes to his Music. Because Bahjat Yahya's talent is not only singing, he is also a Composer, Song writer, and Musician.[8]

Bahjat Yahya has participated in many charity events.[9] He has performed concerts and donated all his earnings in children's charity for cancer at Hiwa Hospital.[10]

Discography

Songs

  • Shakra Bafra (1986)
  • Karwany Bahar (1986)
  • Welat (1986)
  • Gwem Bo Radera - Sozy Shawek (1989)
  • Bastay Hawar (1989)
  • Bayanyak Brini Kon w Nwe Kwlayawa - TOLA (1989)
  • Kurdistan Gar To Naby (1992)
  • Ashqeky Xwdaiy (1993)
  • Saqy Amanan (1993)
  • Wezo Wezo (1993)
  • Kory Amshaw - Shiny Nay (1994)
  • Nishanay Piry (1994)
  • Badway Ashqa (1994)
  • Satek Shadya Satek Gryana (1995)
  • Dleky Spy (2014) [11]
  • Peshmerga (2014)

Albums

  • Chane Duwrbm (1991)
  • Hawari Wizhdan (1998)
  • Nay Lagal Dlm Adwet (2002)
  • Fenabun (2004)
  • Speday Sozeky Mastana (2007)
  • Min Kwry Rozhhelatm (2011)[12]
  • Awinstan (2013)[13]
  • Galayakm Ba Henawmy (2015)

Book

  • Ba Dway Ashqa (2015) [14]

In the media

  

References

  1. "بەهجەت یەحیا". Rudaw Media Network. Retrieved December 5, 2014.
  2. "Bahjat Yahya". Kurdpedia. Retrieved August 5, 2009.
  3. "Bahjat Yahya Media". Speemedia. Retrieved April 4, 2021.
  4. "SABEL Institute". Retrieved 1 July 2001.
  5. "Bahjat Yahya Early Age". KhakTv. Retrieved Aug 11, 2016.
  6. "بەهجەت یەحیا: مەیانکوژن، ئازاریان مەدەن گوێ لە ئازارەکانیان بگرن". Galawej. Retrieved Dec 13, 2020.
  7. "بەرهەمی بەهجەت یەحیا". Westga. Retrieved Oct 1, 2016.
  8. "زانکۆی ڕاپەڕین سیمینارێک بۆ هونەرمەند بەهجەت یەحیا سازدەکات". Raparin University. Retrieved Nov 30, 2015.
  9. "Behcet Yehya û Kamkaran alîkariya nexweşên Penceşêrê dikin". Rudaw Media Network. Retrieved Nov 4, 2014.
  10. "Bahjat Yahya Donation". May 6, 2014.
  11. "Dla Spyakai Bahjat Yahya, by Dr. Osman Yaseen" (PDF). Retrieved Nov 5, 2014.
  12. "بەهجەت یەحیا: بە گۆرانیەک پشتگیرى کوردانى رۆژهەڵاتى کوردستان دەکات". Galawej. Retrieved Nov 22, 2019.
  13. "Awinstan Album Release". Retrieved June 18, 2013.
  14. Ba Dway Ashqa. Retrieved November 14, 2015.

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