If several different tones sound at the same time, a chord is created, or if this happens over a longer period of time, a network of sounds. But even a single tone can replace everything just mentioned, can say just as much or even more. There is no question that Brahim's origins and musical culture are reflected in the metaphorical language and longing of his music. Since that (his origin) created a musical environment shaped by the most diverse impressions, Brahim's sound recipe or composition is difficult to assign to a specific style. In the course of his artistic development, his understanding of music was also strongly influenced by improvisation, which is why he always sees his work as a dialogue between himself and the free tones.
01 A Flower From Two Gardens 02 Vokaliz 03 pantomime 04 Story Of A Small House 05 Nigar 06 Game At War 07 Vokalîz (For String Quintet) 08 ...And Avenue 09 Une Soiree Avec Julie 10 On The Roads 11 Kurdish Rhapsody I 12 Kurdish Rhapsody II. 13 Kurdish Rhapsody III. 14 Gulek Ji Gulekê Re (Flower For A Flower)