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Performer: Ahmet Erdogdular
Title: Songs of the Sultans: Masterpieces of Turkish Classical Music
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Album · 2009 · 12 Songs. Acemaşiran Taksim: Ney (feat. 4. Acemaşiran Beste: Bin Cefâ Görsem Ey Sanem Senden.

The masterpieces were composed to poetry and in makams evocative of love, brought to life by some of the best musicians of Turkish classical music. Rich with gazel and taksim – vocal and instrumental improvisation, Gülizar presents the wealth of Turkish repertoire and Niyaz – Sufi Songs of Love.

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Tanbur Taksim; Gazel Lalezar - Music Of The Sultans, Sufis & Seraglio Volume III Minority Composers ‎(CD, Album). Traditional Crossroads, Traditional Crossroads. 80702-4303-2, CD 4303.

Classical Turkish music (Turkish: Türk sanat müziği, "Turkish art music"; or Klasik Türk müziği, "Classical Turkish music"), sometimes known as Ottoman classical music, developed in Istanbul and other major Ottoman cities and towns through the palaces and Sufi lodges of the Ottoman Empire. Above all a vocal music, Ottoman music traditionally accompanies a solo singer with a small instrumental ensemble.

Apart from the Classical Ottoman-Turkish music, this folk music tradition, also with roots in Asia, spread throughout Anatolia. Developed and advanced at the hands of local artists and minstrels, the rich repertoire reflected every aspect of the natural and social events of that time. In the first quarter of the 20th century, a new development took hold as an entirely new political sphere changed Turkish musical culture. It was during this period that Western influence was most prevalent, as Turks experienced Western culture firsthand, especially western music.

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Ahmet Erdogdular - Primary Artist
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