What do you know about Howreh the Iranian mythology song?


21-09-02 151 views 2 Likes 0 Comments


Howreh is one of the most primary and authentic type of music, and west Kurdish people named this authentic song Howreh.

Howereh word is related to Zoroaster age, about 7 thousand years ago.

Researchers believe in the inception of Howreh vocabulary is related to Ahura Mazda; Howreh was the exclamation of righteousness and made song of Good thoughts, Good words, Good deeds.




Ban Bnaei, Bneri Cher, Dodangi, Bariah, Gharibi, Saro Khani, Gol Va Dareh, Paweh Mori, ghatar, Hejrani, Majnoni, Sahari and Hey Laweh are the song of Howereh.

Howereh is a continuable song that singer sings successive poetries and verses. Sometimes the poet is belong to the singer and sometimes borrow the poets from other poetries.

In time out of mind Howereh was used just for religion issues and to sung the holy books or figured on course of religious. But nowadays is sung for love.

Howereh is not just related to a historical period, geography or special culture, Howreh (the primary authentic song) is mother of all the songs and verses of every people in around of the world, mother of all of the songs, regardless to race, culture, language, religion, geography and etc.

In singing Howereh, the words says very slowly and in among of this softness give pain, ache, poorness and in some of its part listeners can hear life complaint.


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Howereh is croon singing with a magnificent rhythm.

Western Kurdish especially Elam people sung Hwereh for their happiness, distress, poorness, losing a dear or when they fall in love they sing Howereh in nature and telling rosary like Ahura Mazda said.

Howereh obeys from a free rhythm and such song is tradition in people of Shirvan Chrdavol, Evan Elam, Goran, Sanjabi, Qoale Khani and Kalhor (Kermanshah province) region.




The best Howereh singers of Elam, Kermanshah, Kurdistan:

Saeed Qoli Keshavarz, Ali Karami Nezhad famous for Haji Tosi, Bahram Baig Valad Baigi, Seyed Ali Askar Kurdestani, Nejat, Besat Osmanvand, Ebrahim Hossaini, El Khan Arkavazi, Olaziz, Yasami, Karim Sadeghi and Abdol Samad Abdipour

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