Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Jan 8th 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Selahattin Alpay “Malatya” from (unknown) —This famous tune is used all over the area, with different words. it is well known in Armenian music as well.Buy it!
Erol Köker “Gülü Vara Ocak Ocak” from Turkurlerle - -Konya (Ulus Müzik 2005)Buy it!
Orhan Hakalmaz “Durnum gelir yata kalka” from Türkülerle Türkiye -Konya (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Koro “Cici Papucum Cici” from Türkülerle Türkiye - 16 Bursa (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Selahattin Alpay “Kullar Beni Ben Kulları Tanırım” from Sevdamız Öldü (TMP)Buy it!
Selahattin Alpay “Sevim” from Sevdamız Öldü (TMP)Buy it!
Zeynel Demir & ensemble “Kars (Mahalli) Yöresi” from Anatolian Folk Dances 1 (SM Seyhan 2008) —This and the next 2 selections, are from Kars in the northeast of Turkey, near the border with Armenia and the Caucasus. there is a predominance of tuens in 6/8Buy it!
Zeynep Atagür “baharın gülşen çağında” from Türkülerle Türkiye Kars (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Erol Köker “bir hışmınan geldi geçti (kizir oğlu)” from Türkülerle Türkiye Kars (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Zeynel Demir & ensemble “Üsküp Yöresi” from Anatolian Folk Dances 1 (SM Seyhan 2008) —Üsküp = Skopje, the capital of the republic of Macedonia, but which was part of the Ottoman Empire at one time. These tunes are known to every Slavic Macedonian, but not in Turkey, to my knowledge, so this is a bit of a piece of musical irony - or is it?Buy it!
Various Artists “Hati Kadın” from Elveda Rumeli -Makedonya 1897 (Kalan www.kalan.com) —Another Macedonian lesno tune, done up in TurkishBuy it!
Neşe Demirkat Müzik “Kalk Gelin Hanım” from Anadolu Rüzgarı/Wind of Anatolia - Trakya'dan Esintiler (Nese Demirkat 2004) —a Macedonian and Bulgarian song, again, in turkish styleBuy it!
Various Artists “Mavrova” from Elveda Rumeli -Makedonya 1897 (Kalan www.kalan.com) —a well-known Greek kalamatiano song, here, again, in Turkish style. this is more plausible than the preceding since the Thracian Turks and adjacent Greeks even share some dance forms.Buy it!
Soner Özbilen “Mavrova'dan” from Türkülerle Türkiye - 39 Kırklareli (Ulus Müzik 1999) —for the rest of this show the music will all be from Trakya - Thracian (European) Turkey - the area northwest of Istanbul. We start with a song which, again, could be a Greek Kalamatiano (7/8) from KirklareliBuy it!
Rüstem Avci “Bahçelerde Biberiye (in the garden of rosemary)” from Türkülerle Türkiye - 39 Kırklareli (Ulus Müzik 1999) —in 9/8, the favored rhythm of much of music from this area. The song is about a garden with Rosemary.Buy it!
Zara “Ak Tren Kara Tren” from Türkülerle Türkiye - Tekirdağ (Ulus Müzik 1999) —"White train, Black Train" - another song in 9/8Buy it!
Sabriye Sayın “Attım Şalımı Boynuma” from Türkülerle Türkiye - Tekirdağ (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Ezgi Köker & Erol Köker “Duman da Bastı Dağlara” from Türkülerle Türkiye - Tekirdağ (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Elvan Erbaşı “Kavak Kavağa Yaslanır” from Türkiye - Edirne (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Zara “Kahve Yemenden Gelir” from Türkiye - Edirne (Ulus Müzik 1999)Buy it!
Trakya TüRküLeri (koro bayan) “YüKsek YüKsek Tepelere” from Rumeli TüRküLeri (Ulus Müzik 2006)Buy it!
Trakya TüRküLeri (koro) “Bulut Gelir Seher İLe” from Rumeli TüRküLeri (Ulus Müzik 2006) —at last! something in 7/8... :-)Buy it!
Yaşar Sesler “Çifte Telli Trakya” from Keşan'lı Yaşar Sesler'le oynamaya var mısın? (Ulusum) —also from Trakya, but this is the music of the Roma - professional musicians. these are the folks you would hire if you were having a weddingBuy it!
Yaşar Sesler “Galamata” from Keşan'lı Yaşar Sesler'le oynamaya var mısın? (Ulusum) —"Galamata" appears to be a cognate for "Kalamatiano" - bothe are dances in 7/8Buy it!
Ramazan Güntek ve Arkadaşları (Keşan) “Raftan Aldım Keseri” from Ver Coşkuyu -2- (Ulusum)Buy it!
Ramazan Güntek ve Arkadaşları (Keşan) “Trakya Karşılamaşı” from Ver Coşkuyu -2- (Ulusum)Buy it!
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