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مشاهدة جميع الاصدارات : Dimitri Kantemir



AmbroseBierce
01-02-2006, 20:27
I found two compositions by Dimitri Kantemir played by a Hungarian Ensemble which I think is specialized in european music of the Renaissance - judging from their style of playing. Compared to contemporary Turkish interpretations of such music it does sound a bit stiff and too clean to my taste. Still I thought it might be interesting to compare and also to see that some Ottoman music is accepted in Western classical music circles.

The album where this music was published is called Ancient Turkish Music in Europe, by the Kecskes Ensemble, directed by Andras L. Kecskes, with guests Rene Clemencic (a flute player, and the founder director of the Clemencic Consort, an ensemble very famous for interpretations of old western classical music - he plays the ney in Mahur pesrev) and Iranian santur player Esmail Vasseghi.

Hungaroton 1984 (HCD 12560-2)

AmbroseBierce
01-02-2006, 21:25
Here is one more composition of Dimitri Kantemir: A Pencgah Sazsemaisi played by Salih Bilgin, Ney and Murat Aydemir, Tanbur. It was published on the album "Nevâ", Kaf Müzik 2001.

AmbroseBierce
18-08-2006, 18:23
These days I found another composition by Dimitri Kantemir, a Bouselik Peshrev. The artists are:
Guy Ross - oud
Matthew Jennejohn - cornetto, recorders
Ziya Tabassian - percussion
Isabelle Marchand - viola da gamba & fiddle
Kiya Tabassian - setar
(all of Ensemble Constantinople)
Kyriakos Petras - violin
Andreas Papas - percussion
Kyriakos Kalaizides - oud
(all of Ensemble En Chordais)
Imane Homsy - kanun

The piece was published on the album "Carrefour de la mediterranée" by Ensembles Constantinople and En Chordais with guests, Atma Classique, Quebec 2004 (see www.atmaclassique.com).

Najib
18-08-2006, 18:50
Thanks a lot, it is a wonderful Album indeed.

Also following on what you wrote about the perception of Turkish music from a western ear, my latest aquisition is a CD by Ihsan Ozgen called

Cantemir: Music in Istanbul and Ottoman Europe around 1700

It has some nice comparisons, especially "Marche pour la ceremonie des Turcs" by Jean Baptiste Lully which features in the gorgeous film "Tous les matins du monde" starring Gerard Depardieu.

A really nice album indeed.

tasos
09-06-2007, 10:45
I would like to add Kantemir's sazkar pesref played on kanun by Erol Deran.

AmbroseBierce
09-06-2007, 15:36
I would like to add Kantemir's sazkar pesref played on kanun by Erol Deran.
Please do so!

abou salem
13-08-2007, 21:43
لا أعلم مدى الثقة التي يُمكن منحها إلى مجموعة موسيقية تزعم التخصص في موسيقى العصور الوسطى بينما تخفق في أداء موسيقى متداولة مثل الموسيقى التركية، فدمتري كنتمير بالرغم من أصله الملدافي إلا أنه تشبع بالموسيقى التركية-العثمانية وصار من ملحنيها البارزين، وفي تصوري أنه كان يصمم ألحانه لتؤدى بتقاليد الموسيقيين الأتراك وبالإلتزام بخصوصيات الموسيقى المقامية بدرجاتها المميزة وزخارفها. وهو الجانب الذي أخفقت هذه الفرقة الهنغارية حسب رأيي في الإلتزام به.

Najib
15-08-2007, 15:44
In summary, what Abou Salem is saying in Arabic that the Hungarian Ensemble failed to capture the true spirit of the Ottoman music that they played.

zeryab
16-08-2007, 17:41
Pencegah (Panjeqah) Saz Semai
Dimitri Kantemir
Turkish Version
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سماعي بنجكاه
ديميتري قنطمير
العزف حسب التقاليد التركية

بحري
16-08-2007, 23:22
كل الشكر والتقدير للسيد زرياب على هذا التسجيل الرائع جدا والنافع جدا لأرباب الإختصاص
وحبذا لو تفضل حضرة الأستاذ وأكثر لنا من مثل هذه المرفوعات وسنكون ممنونين للطفه وكرمه

Eloy Bida
29-06-2009, 15:18
Selamlar.
I want to send a kantemir mp3 file to zaman forum. How do I do?

Thanks.

Sazende
27-12-2009, 23:11
two pieces from album "CANTEMIR - Music in Istanbul and Ottoman Europe Around 1700"

http://www.goldenhorn.com/content/images/ghp019_cover.jpg



1. Beraber Taksim - Collective Improvisation
(harpsichord, viol, baroque flute, baroque violin, kemençe)


2. Andante (from Concertino per Kemance, Violino Picolo 5 Instruments 'In Honor of Kantemiroğlu', 2000)
Composer: Yalçın Tura
(kemençe, harpsichord, guitar, baroque flute, baroque violin, viol)