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Unregistered
26-01-06, 07:58
Anybody knows how/where to buy the cd-s?
Many thanks!

Kashgar boy
26-01-06, 09:28
Anybody knows how/where to buy the cd-s?
Many thanks!


Are you really want to buy it? which verson (uighur, english, chinese) do you want? I can help you to buy it from Kashgar or Urumchi----our home land, and send to you, but how transfer you money ?....

please reply as soon as quickly....

Unregistered
26-01-06, 20:00
I do not think there is Chinese or English version in terms of content. If you are refering to the introduction on the cover there could be.



Are you really want to buy it? which verson (uighur, english, chinese) do you want? I can help you to buy it from Kashgar or Urumchi----our home land, and send to you, but how transfer you money ?....

please reply as soon as quickly....

Uyghur kiz
26-01-06, 21:15
Actually I need your big favor. I heard a song called "Tar Kocha" when I was in high school, roughly ten years ago. I loved that song. Unfortunately I don't exactly remember the lyrics, all I know is it was sung by a male singer. The main theme was about a small town where he grew up, something like " Tar Kocha, no matter where I am, Paris, London,... I will always remember you..." Please let me know if you have any clue about this song. Thank you.



Are you really want to buy it? which verson (uighur, english, chinese) do you want? I can help you to buy it from Kashgar or Urumchi----our home land, and send to you, but how transfer you money ?....

please reply as soon as quickly....

Unregistered
27-01-06, 02:40
Hi uighur kiz, I have that song you want. contact with me if you want by email jeck_217@hotmail.com

Kashgar boy
27-01-06, 20:50
Actually I need your big favor. I heard a song called "Tar Kocha" when I was in high school, roughly ten years ago. I loved that song. Unfortunately I don't exactly remember the lyrics, all I know is it was sung by a male singer. The main theme was about a small town where he grew up, something like " Tar Kocha, no matter where I am, Paris, London,... I will always remember you..." Please let me know if you have any clue about this song. Thank you.

That male singer's name is Mirzat Alim, teachers of the 19th middle school(19-ottura mektep) of Urumchi city. I'll send this songs MP3 or MTV files if you want. but I don't know your E-mail address.

Uyghur kiz
27-01-06, 22:07
Oh yes! Please do! My email address is Uyghurkiziaa@yahoo.com
Thank you so much. I owe you one! :)


That male singer's name is Mirzat Alim, teachers of the 19th middle school(19-ottura mektep) of Urumchi city. I'll send this songs MP3 or MTV files if you want. but I don't know your E-mail address.

Unregistered
30-08-09, 22:46
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=browB4mZ8D0&feature=related

Unregistered
31-08-09, 04:53
atarmen@googlemail.com bilen alaqe qiling



Anybody knows how/where to buy the cd-s?
Many thanks!

National Culture
31-08-09, 16:34
Anybody knows how/where to buy the cd-s?
Many thanks!
12 Muqam is in the following page.
Free. Please enjoy.
http://www.eastturkistan.tv/STRT-2/?/turi/Medeniyet
and
http://www.eastturkistan.tv/STRT-2/?/turi/Medeniyet/bet/2/

East Turkistan Radio Television
STRT-1 Channel (Uyghur Arabic Character):
http://www.eastturkistan.tv/?/turi/Medeniyet

STRT-2 Channel (Uyghur Latin Character)
http://www.eastturkistan.tv/STRT-2/?/turi/Medeniyet/

STRT-Sherqiy Turkistan Radio Televiziyisi
http://www.eastturkistan.tv

STRT = ETRT
ETRT= East Turkistan Radio Television