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Mvann Hja, wek hnj zanin,derfetn hem hunermendn Kurd tunene ku bikaribin bighjine we guhdarn bi rmet! Lewmaj, armanca hebna v malper eweku, hn guhdarn ezz bikaribin bighjine me. Bikaribin bi mere tekilydabin. bikaribin bi mere nrn, rexne pşnyazn xwe bişnin. gelek sipas ji bo pwendyn we n bi dilsoz......

             M I Z G N ! ! !  
   Guhdarn bi rmet,
   berhema Derwş Serhed
   a dawy,
   xebateke rasteqnye...
   Eva xebata bi 100 sitirann    gelerve, weke 3 cd an
   amade bye.
   Ji van 3 cd an a yekemn bi    nav
        Rengn Govend                  derket !!!                              

Mvann hja,               
em gelek sipas dikin ji bo    
 pwendyn we nku,hn li   
 ser berhemn                        
 Derwş Serhed           
 n ber nuhaj li ser           
 berhema w a syemn,         
 a bi nav,                               
        Şer Girdax               









            A short live story from Derwş Serhed

Derwş Serhed was born in the village Cilavuz (Suzus), next to Kars in fall 1964. The village is in the mountains of Kisir. The village had at that time about 70 to 80 houses. As well as the business situation and the dirty war in North Kurdistan were the reasons why many people left their home for good. The Kurdish people had left behind their native country and went to the Turkish metropolitains. At that time there were just about 20 to 25 houses left over. Derwş Serhed belonged to the upper-middle-class and had no financial problems. He belongs to a classic Kurdish family.

He visited the elementary school in his village. The grammar school and the comprehensive school did he visit in the providence town Kars. From 1985 to 1987 he served the Turkish Military Service. In September 1982 he left Kurdistan and went to Europe. He now lives in Germany.

In his young years Derwş was interested in the traditional authentic Kurdish music. His uncle Riza  Fet was a lurder-pipe-player and Kurdish minstrel (Dengebj). Many of his relatives were interested in the traditional Kurdish music. The love to the Kurdish folklore and music in the family had impressed particularly Derwş. Actually as one can say he felt in love with music.

Recapitulation: Derwş was in his young years interested in Kurdish music and art. He did not want to serve the colony. He didnt want to do business with his folk cultural values.

Derwş had already dreamed in his boyhood to live an artistic life. For him, the study was not more important as his interesting in art or respectively music.

Derwş was already in his young years a good auditor from radio Erivan (Kurdish broadcast). He was nearly on every wedding which was made in his region. He took with enthusiasm a part in it. It was for him a vitality to take part in his conference and singing from Dengebjs. He listened with a big pleasure and motivation to the traditional Kurdish music. With the option to sing one day, too.

Some singers from radio Erivan, like Şeroy Biro, Karapt Xao, Egd Tecir, Reşd Baso, Şewab Egd, Davd Xelo and Mey player Egd Cimo and Xell Evdile.

The flute and lurder-pipe-player Şamil Beko had left a very positive impression on Derwş.

Derwş had begun to play Saz in 1978. Later he played instruments like zurna and mey. Derwş had realized very soon that the mey-player and their material didnt accord to his flavour. They were not the melodies from the radio Erivan (Egd Cimo, Xell Evdile). Derwş aim always was to learn. His dream was to meet singers and artists from radio Erivan face to face. He had achieved his dream and went to Armenia and Georgia in 1995. He achieved his aim. He visited the numerous Kurdish artists. He met the Kurdish people who were displaced from their native country and lived in Caucasia. He met a lot of famous Kurdish artists, like Reşd Baso, Karapt Xao, Egd Tcir, Efoy Eset, Egd Cimo, Şeroy Qasim (Pr), Şibly aan and the Armenian Civan Gasparyan and Suren Asaturyan and more. Derwş had went on with his artistic and social activity in Europe. He had worked together with professional bands and folklore groups.

In 1997, Derwş released his first Kurdish cassette (Kra ay). In 2000 he released his second album (Sitrann Geler-Xec Syabend). His third album came out on the markeSitirann Geler.htmt in 2004 (Şer Girdax).

Derwş lives far away from Kurdistan. He lives in a foreign country, but he is always with his folk.

As well as on wedding and on other celebrations.

                                                                Kakşar Oremar




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  2004 by Derwes Serhedi