مشاهدة جميع الاصدارات : Şükrü Tunar

13-03-2007, 22:04
Nihavent Taksim by Şükrü Tunar, clarnet maestro.

18-03-2007, 00:54
:confused: No comment?!
Does it means that you didn't like ?

18-03-2007, 01:50
Ha ha or maybe nobody likes clarinet!

or everyone has that taksim already?

Sukru Tunar is great great great! I also like his taksims on alto saxophone.

18-03-2007, 07:08
thanks dem,

This is one of the best nihavend taksims I have heard.

I know it personally before, but it wasn't on the forum, and now people have a chance to hear it.

18-03-2007, 12:03
I loved your question Dem :)

Of course this one of the best Teksims in the recorded Turkish repertoire.

I heard this Teksim first time posted on a website for the Turkish embassy.

When I heard it I had no Turkish CD in my collection. It took a couple of years until someone told me that this is Shukru Tunar, once I knew the name I managed to buy the CD.

After that I was addicted to Turkish music forever :-) And my collection grew to hundreds of CDs.

I think I made every visitor to my house listen to this Nahawand Teksim in particular.

I will post later his story with Cemil Bey.


24-03-2007, 20:21
i didnt download this file .. because i know it very well .. i think it the best clarinet taksim in Turkish music

29-03-2007, 23:23
it is indeed a wonderful one , i listened to it before but do not remember where (maybe one of Kalan's collection cd's),,

23-07-2007, 01:30
I'm new here and no expert in oriental music, but I want to try Soultani Yegiah with my band.
I have heard a version of Sukru Turan, but the one that exited me is a version on a cd called Smyrne (Estudiantines).
It'll take practise to get up to speed, but here's my question:
what maqam is to be employed?
The version of Smyrne seems to go away in directions from the themes.