مشاهدة جميع الاصدارات : Neva Kar

Anton Efendi
25-04-2006, 03:42
I'm sure most people on this forum know of Itri's fantastic Neva Kar. Since it's an m4a file, and thus not a valid file for attachment, I'm providing the link (http://www.phaedonsinis.com/audio/nevakar.m4a) for where it could be downloaded, courtesy of Phaedon Sinis. However, I am attaching the music (pdf), also courtesy of Phaedon Sinis.

Listening to this piece, especially the tennenna, was like listening to straight up Byzantine music. For instance, listen to this (http://www.ecclesia.gr/Multimedia/Audio_Index/Tapes/Apo_to_Pathos_stin_Anastasi/13a.wma) Byzantine terirem in the first plagal tone, composed by Petros Peloponneseos o Lampadarios (18th c.) and performed by Konstantinos Bilalis and Athanasios Pappathanassiou from this (http://www.melkar.gr/details.asp?id=32&category1=1&category2=2) CD. (Again, the file is not valid, so I'm providing the link for download.)


أبو علاء
25-04-2006, 13:35
mp4 enabled and file added up to your post. Thanks, Anton Efendi and welcome to zamanalwasl.

25-04-2006, 16:39
And welcome to the forum, and thanks for the files.

Yes the duality with Byzantine music is amazing, and the history of Byzantine composers and great Derviches-Masters is very interwining.

A lovely kar (means work). Still my favourite is Dede efendi Yeni Neshi Muhabbet :-)

25-04-2006, 23:09
I'll add my welcome to you, Anton. A nice introduction you made, and one of your links led me to this site, which seems quite interesting for everyone interested in oriental bowed instruments:

Anton Efendi
25-04-2006, 23:44
Thank you all. A great site you have here. Great to see people sharing their love of this wonderful music.