First Assyrian singer with the oldest record, but no songs in Assyrian. Khosroff Malool, was born ca.1884 in Diyarbakır (Amid)-Turkey, and after a long arduous journey escaping the looming troubles in Anatolia, he arrived in America in 1904, and in 1908 his wife Madam Hrepsme Malool and his two sons, Anton and Edward joined […]
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Born in the iraqi city of Habbaniya in 1944, to father Ruel Tamras and mother Madam Khanna, he was married to Madam Yolia David, had one son Yousip and two daughters Nahrain and Nurra. Albert began singing officially in 1960s, he wrote the lyrics to all of his songs, and composed some of the music […]
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This is an attempt to compile a list of our first and last albums released on different music formats. By Moneer Cherie The first known Assyrian record in the world was released in 1917 it was a Shellac 78rpm record, released in USA by Joseph and Anna Yonan. Shellac : Is the materials discs […]
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