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: The Works of Kudsi Erguner



AmbroseBierce
28-03-2006, 20:21
هذه محاولة من العزيز أمبروز لوضع قائمة بأعمال الفنان التركي قُدسي إرجونر و سنخصص له هذا المثبت
و قد رفع له من قبل في المنتدى
Kudsi Erguner works Uploaded before :



من أعمال طاطيوس أفندي
Works of Kemani Tatyos Efendi

http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=655

http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=472


ملف من البوم غازل
Esin Var Asiyanın Var track from the album of Gazel :
http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/member.php?u=3

قدسي إرجونر يعزف موسيقى الأمير ديمتري قندمير (1673-1723) أحد مؤسسي الموسيقى العثمانية
(ألبوم كامل)
Kudsi Erguner Prince Dimitri Kandemi 1673 - 1723

http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=629



من ألبوم الناي التركي ..أو تركيا موسيقى صوفية (الألبوم له أكثر من إصدار على ما يبدو) )
بشرف إسماعيل حقي فرح فزا و تقسيم من نفس المقام
Isamail Haqqi's Ferehfeza Pesrev and Taksim From the Turkish Ney album :

http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=651

بشرف أمين ديده بياتي

Amin Dede's Bayati Pesrev:
http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=852



ملفين من ألبوم قدسي إرجونر و ديريا طركان (من تلاميذ إحسان أُزجن) بعنوان " طرق""و الاألبوم من إنتاج"" السور "" 1997
الأشعار ل جلال الدين الرومي و الألحان عدا واحد ل قدسي إرجونر و الألبوم مهدى لروح محمود طبريزي زاده

From Kudsi Ergüner and Derya Turkan : Chemins" ("Paths")
The Enigma (Me and You)
"Matrice" ("Matrix")
http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=615


ألبوم الريمبيتكو من إستانبول (موسيقى يوناني إستانبول )
Kudsi Erguner - Rembetiko from Istanbul
http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=617

فاصل (المقابل للوصلة الشرقية و النوبة الأندلسية ) حجاز هميون أداء فرقة قدسي إرجونر
Fasl in Hijaz Humayun mode by the Kudsi Erguner Ensemble.
http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=603


الفنان قُدسي إرغونر من أهم الفنانين المعاصرين من تركيا و أكثرهم تأثيرا من خلال بعثه للموسيقى العثمانية الكلاسيكية و علاقته بتقاليد الموسيقى الصوفية التركية الأصيلة و أخيرا و ليس آخراً إنفتاحه على التقاليد و التعبيرات الموسيقة الأخرى.
. ولد قدسي إرغونر في 4 شباط فبراير في ديارباكير في تركيا عام 1952 وينتمي لعائلة موسيقية من تركيا . والده هو أولفي إرجونر آخر أساتذة الناي العظام, و تعلم عنه قدسي . في عام 1969 أصبح عضواً في أوركسترا راديو إستانبول ثم إنتقل إلى باريس عام 1975 حيث درس الهندسة وعلم الموسيقى. يعيش في باريس منذ فترة ويعمل هناك كموسيقار على آلة الناي-الفلوت وهي آلة من آلات النفخ الموسيقية. قودسي إرغونر هو أيضا ملحن وعالم موسيقى ومعلم ومؤلف ومترجم. قدم كودسي إرغونر حفلات موسيقية في أهم المهرجانات العالمية. بحث في الموسيقى الهندية والباكستانية والتركية، مؤسساً مجموعات موسيقية. كما سجل قودسي إرغونر على اسطوانات عديدة وعمل مع فنانين معروفين كبيتر غابرييل (شارك في موسيقى فيلم الإغراء الأخير للمسيح) وموريس بيجار (في موسيق باليه الرحلة الليلية باريس 1997) وبيتر بروك (فيلم في أفغانستان مقابلات مع رجال مهمين
Meeting remarkable men 1976
و مسرحية و فيلم مهابهارتا
1985-1988
وجورج أبيرغيس وديديي لوكوود وميشيل بورتال. لذلك ساهم كودسي إرغونر بطريقة كبيرة في الموسيقى العالمية. لقد دون وأعاد إحياء التقاليد الموسيقية المنسية وقام بجولات في اوروبا و أمريكا و أستراليا و اليابان وجذب اهتمام الجمهور الغربي بهذه الموسيقى. كما أعطى لهذه التقاليد الموسيقية مكانة هامة في الإرث الثقافي في أوروبا.
أسس عام 1981 معهد ""مولانا""
(Mevlana)
في باريس لدراسة الموسيقى و التعاليم الصوفية
و عام 1988 أسس فرقته سميت أولا"" فاصِل"" ثم "" فرقة قدسي إرغونر"" التي تخصصت في إحياء التراث الموسيقي العثماني القديم

كتابه عن حياته هنا

http://www. neelwafurat.com/itempage.aspx?id=lbb139044-99426&search=books

This thread is dedicated to the whole range of musical works of Kudsi Erguner, who without doubt is one of the most influential contemporary Turkish artists - through his dedication to classical Ottoman music, through his deep involvement with the spiritual music of the Turkish Sufi traditions and last not least through his openness to all kinds of other musical trends and traditions.

Here we hope to gather examples of all facets of Kudsi Erguners oeuvre in these different genres of music.

Before we come to the musical itself, I want to start with a preliminary discography of Kudsi Erguner, which I hope in time will grow to something like a list of his complete works. For that of course we need the help of all of you - whoever knows about a record of Kudsi Erguner (or one where he is involved as a musician), please send me the informations so I can add them to this list.

1978
Meditation on the Ney. UNESCO collection - Musical Sources Turkey
Kudsi Erguner
Philips LP 6586039

1987
Turquie - Musique Soufi
Kudsi Erguner et al.
Ocora (C 559017)

1988
The Mystic Flutes of Sufi. Preludes to Ceremonies of the Whirling Derviches
Kudsi & Suleyman Erguner
JVC World Sounds VICG 5005, Victor Ethnic series 31

1988 (?)
Ney & Kena. Conferance des Roseaux
Kudsi Erguner & Xavier Bellenger
Ocora LP (558637)

1989
Turkey. Art of the Ottoman Tanbur
Kudsi Erguner, Abdi Coskun, Fahreddin Cimenli
VDE

1990
The Mahabharata. Original sound track
RealWorld (CDRW 9)

Sufi Music of Turkey
Kudsi Erguner & Suleyman Erguner
CMP (CD 3005)

The Turkish Ney
Kudsi Erguner, Pascal Quesnel, Nourredine Agoumi
Auvidis/UNESCO (D 8204)

Fasl. Musique de l'empire ottoman
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Auvidis (B 6737)

Les Janissaires
Kudsi Erguner & Ensemble de l'armee de la republique de Turquie
Auvidis (B 6738)

Preludes to Ceremonies of the Whirling Dervishes
Kudsi & Suleyman Erguner
JVC

1991
Turquie Musique Soufi. Ilahi & Nefes
Nezih Uzel & Kudsi Erguner
INEDIT (W 260021)

Oriental Dreams
Mahmoud Tébrizizadeh & Kudsi Erguner
Playasound (PS65075)

Gazel
Classical sufi music of the Ottoman Empire
performed by Yusuf Bilgin, Fevzi Misir, Aziz Bahriyeli & The Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
CMP (CD 3012)

Sharki. Love Songs of Istanbul
Nesrin Sipahi, Vocals with the Kudsi Ergüner Ensemble
CMP (CD 3009)

Peshrev & Semai of Tanburi Djemil Bey
Kudsi Ergüner Ensemble
CMP (CD 3013)

Derviches tourneurs de Turquie. La ceremonie de Mevlevi. Musique Soufi, Vol.2
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Arion

1992
Musique classique Ottomane
Gilles Andrieux & Kudsi Erguner
Al Sur (ALCD 104)

Conte de L'incroyable Amour
Anouar Brahem, Kudsi Erguner, Barbaros Erkose, Lassad Hosni
ECM (ECM 1457)

1993 (?)
Makam. Musique Classique Ottomane
Kani Karaca, Kudsi Erguner, Akagündüz Kutbay
Al Sur (ALCD 114)

1994
L'orient de l'occident. Flamenco & Musique sufi Ottomane, Hommage à Ibn Arabi
Kudsi Erguner, Yusuf Bilgin, Mehmet Emin Bitmez, Tanier Pinarbasi, Enrique el Extremeno, Salvador Gutierrez, Pedro Soler, Bruno Caillat
Al Sur (ALCD 131)

1995
Flûte sacrée des derviches tourneurs
Kudsi Erguner
Al Sur (ALCD 170)

The Turkish Ney
Kudsi Erguner
Auvidis/UNESCO

1996
Psaumes de Yunus Emre. Musique Sufi
Kudsi Erguner
Al Sur (ALCD 213)

Tatyos Efendi. Vocal and Instrumental Masterpieces, 2 CDs
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Traditional Crossroads (CD 4277/78)

1997
Sufi Flutes

Chemins
Kudsi Erguner & Derya Turkan
Al Sur (ALCD 229)

1998
Le concert de Nanterre
Yusuf Bilgin, Pepe de Granada, Kudsi Erguner, Pedro Soler, Renaud Garcia Fons, Keyvan Chemirani
Al Sur (ALCD 242)

Koreni
Bojan Zulfikarpasic & Band
Label Bleu (LBLC 6614)

1999
Turkey
Wonderful World

Musique des milles et une nuits
(reedition of Playasound's "Oriental Dreams")
Air Mail

Ottomania
Kudsi Erguner, Christof Lauer, Michel Godard, Marc Nauseef
ACT 9006-2

2000
Nazim Hikmet. Sair Cenazesi
Imaj Müzik

Sufi Music of Turkey
Kudsi & Suleyman Erguner
Times Square

2001
Taj Mahal
Kudsi Erguner
Al Sur (ALCD 258)

Islam Blues
Kudsi Erguner
ACT 9287-2

Les passions d'Istanbul
Imaj Müzik

La banda alla turka
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Imaj Müzik

Ferahfeza Mevlevi Ayini
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Imaj Müzik

Tatyos Efendi Külliyati
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Imaj Müzik (2 CDs, reedition of the 1996 Traditional Crossroads CDs)

Rembetiko from Istanbul
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Imaj Müzik

2002
Mevlana
Kudsi Erguner, Yusuf Bilgin, Fevzi Misir, Bekir Sitki Sezgin
Next Music (CDAL 286)

Osmanli Davullari - Ottoman Drums
Kudsi Erguner
Imaj Müzik

Nazim Hikmet - Sair Cenazesi. Funeraille Poetique
Kudsi Erguner
Imaj Müzik

Nazim Hikmet - Şair Cenazesi
Kudsi Erguner
Imaj Müzik

2003
Gazing Point
Kudsi Erguner, Markus Stockhausen, Mark Nauseef
rent a dog (rad 2002-2)

Les Passions d'Istanbul. Istanbul'u Dinliyorum
Kudsi Erguner
Imaj Müzik

2004
The Rhythm of Speech
Keyvan Chemirani, Kudsi Erguner et al.
Accords Croises

Beyzade. Prens Kantemir & Ali Ufki Kulliyatindan Eserler
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Equinox Music

2005
L'heritage ottomane
Kudsi Erguner Ensemble
Institut du Monde Arabe


???
Sufi Music & Unrecorded Songs of the 15th Century (compositions of Abdul Kadir Meragi)
Kudsi Erguner & Uzel
GREM LP

Hu-Ney Improvisations
Kudsi Erguner
Topkapı Müzik

AmbroseBierce
28-03-2006, 20:36
I don't know whether it is appropriate (most probably not) to start a thread about Kudsi Erguner's music with Love Songs, but since I like this album so much, I just don't care.

Here are two samples from the album "Sharki - Love Songs of Istanbul by the wonderful singer Nesrin Sipahi with the Kudsi Erguner Ensemble. It was recorded in Istanbul in May 1991 and published by CMP in the same year.

The first song is "Semti dildare bu demler guzerin varmi sab" ("O! Wind, have you ever been where my beloved lives?"), composed by Suphi Ziya Ozbekkan (1887-1966) in Makam Saba, preceded by a brief Taksim on Ney - so at least it is Kudsi Erguner himself who starts the whole thing :-).

Next is a composition by Haci Arif Bey (1831-1885) in Makam Kurdilihicazkar: "Iftirakindir sebep male vu feryadima" ("I cry because of your ignorance").


The ensemble consists of
Nesrin Sipahi - vocals
Kudsi Erguner - ney
Suleyman Erguner - ney
Husnu Anil - kanun
Hasan Esen - kemenche
Necib Gulses - tanbur
Mehmet Emin Bitmez - oud
Vahid Anadolu - bendir
Dogan Hosses - def
Nureddin Celik - def

AmbroseBierce
28-03-2006, 21:00
In 1992 Kudsi Erguner recorded a beautiful album with the French tanbur player Gilles Andrieux, which was published in the same year by Al Sur under the title "Musique classique Ottomane - Ottoman classical music".

The pieces selected from this album are a Nihavend Saz Semai composed by Mesud Cemil Bey, the son of the famous composer and musician Tanburi Cemil Bey, and "Hande", a composition of Gilles Andrieux and Kudsi Erguner.

Hakem
28-03-2006, 22:01
Excellent archieve Paul! Many thanks.

Do you happen to know if Kudsi has a personal website? If so, please let me know it.

Hakem
28-03-2006, 22:05
In 1992 Kudsi Erguner recorded a beautiful album with the French tanbur player Gilles Andrieux, which was published in the same year by Al Sur under the title "Musique classique Ottomane - Ottoman classical music".

The pieces selected from this album are a Nihavend Saz Semai composed by Mesud Cemil Bey, the son of the famous composer and musician Tanburi Cemil Bey, and "Hande", a composition of Gilles Andrieux and Kudsi Erguner.

As far as I know the Nihavend Saz Semai is a composed by Tanburi Cemil Bey himself and not his son, and this is also according the information on "Trk Mziği Saz Eserleri" by Darş-Şifa. What do you think?

AmbroseBierce
28-03-2006, 23:17
As for Tanburi Cemil Bey or his son, I am just following what a guy called Herv Fouere wrote in the booklet to the album. As of yet I found the Al Sur booklets generally to be very reliable, so I have no real reason to doubt. And I am in no position to judge about the possible authorship on the basis of the music itself - I know far too less about Turkish music to do that. But Fouere wrote about that piece in some detail, so he seemes to be quite sure about that piece of information. Any other comments on this point from the forum members more learned in Turkish music than me?

AmbroseBierce
28-03-2006, 23:27
Hatim,

thanks for adding the links to Kudsi's works already in this forum. I was just about to do that when I saw your additions. And thank you for adding some info for our non-English speaking members. It's true, this section doesn't seem to be very accomodating for them. Ah, if I could read and write Arabic...
By the way, can I guess from your text that Kudsi Erguner is connected to the movie "Meetings with Remarkable Men"? A remarkable movie, by the way - I saw it many years ago and was deeply impressed.

From that I took a look in the Internet Movie Database (imdb.com - a fantastic site for that genre) and found several mentions of Kudsi in connection to movies. He composed the music to at least four movies:
1. A Casa Esquecida (2004)
2. Vivre après - paroles de femmes (2001)
... aka De guerres lasses (France: new title)
... aka Living Afterwards: Words of Women (USA)
3. Voyage étranger, Le (1992)
4. Born of Fire (1983)
he played the ney in at least two more:
1. "The Mahabharata" (1989) (mini) TV Series (musician)
... aka Mahabharata, Le (France)
2. The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) (musician: Turkish Ney flute) (as Kudsi Erguner)
and he acted in another TV production:
Jean-Michel Jarre Destination Docklands (1988) (TV) .... Turkish Flute Solo

As for a homepage, I couldn't find a personal site for him, apart from subsites in the websites of the record companies he works with.

3amr
29-03-2006, 04:59
the nihavend semai is most definitely Mesud Cemil Bey, not his father. In fact, it's his only major work as far as I know.

Najib
29-03-2006, 10:18
1st of all thanks a lot Ambrose with gracing us with your organisational skills which we badly need in this forum. Thank you Hatim for your help as well.

3amr is correct, you will receive your prize soon, the Nihavend semai is Mesud only classical instrumental work, of course he's got a lot of other sung works, etc.. but as far as Semai it is his only one, and it is not his father's.

Also note that probably this is the only Semai where the traditional last Hane (Fourth Hane) is not in Valse tempo (6/8) but it is in devri Hindi tempo 7/8.

What a shame he didn't compose more, because it is hauntingly beautiful.

Hakem
29-03-2006, 13:12
Thanks for the correction. It has been attributed to his father on other albums. I will correct my records.

3amr
29-03-2006, 13:28
3amr is correct, you will receive your prize soon
Oh goodie :D


What a shame he didn't compose more, because it is hauntingly beautiful.

I agree, too bad we can't do anything about it now, he's already dead. (allah yir7amo)

I haven't mentioned that Mesut Cemil bey is my favourite tanbur player (not that I've heard so many anyway). I'll be posting a peshrev played solo by him in five minutes.

Having gone to germany and studied cello with no less than Hugo Becker himself, all the while having previously possessed probably no german at all, and no experience in western music, is most definitely no mean feat. I don't think there'll be another Mesut Cemil any time soon.

my two cents.

AmbroseBierce
03-04-2006, 00:49
One of my favourites of Kudsi Erguner's albums is his 1996 Al Sur CD "Psaumes de Yunus Emr" with Yusuf Bilgin (vocals) and Bruno Caillat (zarb, bendir, daf). All the music is composed by Kudsi Erguner, set to poems of the 13th century Turkish Sufi poet Yunus Emr - beautiful poetry it must be in Turkish language, it is beautiful even in English translation:


Your love removed me from myself
From you, I need you.

If I am burned
If my ashes are scattered in the wind,
In the sky, my scattered dust will cry
From you, I need you.

Neither riches delight me
Neither poverty saddens me
Only your love gives me patience
From you, I need you.

My name is Yunus the dervish.
Day after day the fire of passion burns me more.
You are my only purpose in these two worlds.
From you, I need you.
My loved one, from you, I need you.

Poor

AmbroseBierce
03-04-2006, 01:02
Two samples from another very beautiful album, "Musique Soufie. Ilâhî et Nefes" by Kudsi Erguner (ney) and Nezih Uzel (vocals, tanbur, bendir).
Nezih Uzel (*1939) studied with Ulvi Erguner, Cevdet Soydanses and Dervis Muammer.

The first piece here is Münir Nureddin Selcuk's Sarki "Gezerken âlemde" in Nihavend, preceded by a Ney Taksim:

When I walk in the snow, the rain or the wind,
I light up the sun within me.
If destiny doesn't smile at me,
I smile at him.

The second piece consists of two parts: the Cargah Tevsih "Küdümün rahmeti zevki safadir ya resullallah" by Aziz Mahmud Hüdai (17th century):

O Messenger of God, the blessing of your coming is joy!
Your apparition, o Messenger of God, is balm for the aching of the beloved.

and the Cargah Ilahi "Ben dervisem diyene bir ön idesim gelir" written by Yunus Emre:

I wish to address myself to those who are called dervishes.
The bridge of Sirat is like the cutting edge of a sword,
(Nevertheless) I would like to build houses on it.
They say it hangs over the fires of hell,
(Nevertheless) I would like to lie down in its shadow.
Dervish Yunus, weigh your words,
For perhaps the mullah Kassem is going to rebuke you.

Najib
03-04-2006, 13:55
I never heard the Yunus Emry one before.

Thanks a lot

AmbroseBierce
04-04-2006, 00:10
Only today I received Kudsi Erguner's 2002 Next Music album "Mevlana. Djm: Musique & Chants d'Extase des Dervishes Tourneurs", deeply spiritual music. After listening to the two tracks selected, I think you'll agree on that. Here is a Ney solo played and composed by Kudsi Erguner called "Odes" and the following Peshrev in makam Segah composed by Yusuf Pasha. I'll upload another piece from this album in the section on Religious Music - a recitation from the Quran by Yusuf Bilgin, Fevzi Misir and Bekir Sitki Sezgin.

AmbroseBierce
16-04-2006, 15:12
Another recent acquisition, again published in 2002, by Imaj Müzik (might be a re-issue?): Kudsi Erguner & Ensemble "Les Passions d'Istanbul". It's so difficult to choose from this album's wonderful songs - that's why I just uploaded the songs No.1 and No.2. Strong gypsy influences in the second piece.

Hakem
16-04-2006, 17:11
Very interesting Paul.
It seems Kudsi is experimenting here, and lamenting the past of Istanbul. The first song starts in Greek, then in Turkish, and it is about The City!

While I don't know the lyrics of the second song, but it ends with a line from the famous Ada Sahili (which Melihat Gulces sings in Kudsi's Rebetiko From Istanbul CD).

The singer in the first song sounds familiar, he does an excellent job, do you have his name? And who is the female singer?

Many thanks!

AmbroseBierce
17-04-2006, 00:45
Oh yes, it is an hommage to the City, presenting the different facets of Istanbul's music and people. A very beautiful album. I don't have the original CD, so I'm not 100% sure about the musicians, but on the internet I found a concert review of the same program, though not of the original concert - the CD is a live recording done in Paris, May 18, 2001. Anyway, a "Les Passions d'Istanbul" concert in 2002 featured:
Recep Birgit - vocals
Derya Turkan - kemenche
Halil Necipoglu - vocals
Skr Kabaci - clarinet
Necip Gulses - tambur
Hakan Gngör - kanun
Kemal Caba - kemenche, violin
Yurdal Tokcan - oud
Sodia Neochoritou - vocals
Panayotis Drakopoulos - vocals
Bruno Caillat - percussion, zarb
Renaud Garcia-Fons - acoustic bass
Kudsi Erguner - ney

Hakem
17-04-2006, 14:57
In other words, they are the cream of contemporary Turkish music! Beautiful! Thanks again.

Najib
17-04-2006, 18:43
indeed, thanks Paul.

I found the originial two years ago.

I think this is the first time Yurdal collaborates with Kudsi but I could be wrong.

I love the long scutari on the CD

Hattouma
03-05-2006, 15:30
Maybe i am exaggerating but there is something about the works of Tatyos cd thats bothering me ( though I love the compositions)! i think its the clarinet !

Najib
03-05-2006, 16:08
You can't have Armenian music without clarinet :)

Honestly the vocal one has got a fantastic Kurd teksim on Clarinet!

Hattouma
04-05-2006, 09:42
you are right Najib, it must have been my mode at the time .... ;)

AmbroseBierce
13-05-2006, 01:49
Here are two samples from a wonderful album full of strange and unexpected music by Kudsi Erguner: "Ottoman Davullari" was published in 2002 by Imaj Müzik. When I started listening to fhe first piece of these ("Istanbul'da bayram"), I thought I was hearing a shehnai piece from Benares in North India.

AmbroseBierce
13-05-2006, 03:06
Yet another very different album by Kudsi Erguner is "Banda Alla Turca", published in 2001 also by Imaj Mzik. This music is rather Balkan style, complete with brass band. But it is moving strongly, full of power. The first sample (Sair Cenazesi) is Kudsi Erguner's own composition, the other one (Krdili Hicazkar Longa) is by Santuri Ethem Efendi.

3amr
13-05-2006, 15:11
I share your impression about the zurna's closeness to the shehnai, though the shehnai is a bit softer and mellower than the zurna, probably because of that extra double reed (strangely enough, the shehnai is a quadruple reed instrument if you can make sense of that).

AmbroseBierce
13-05-2006, 20:20
It's not just the closeness of the two instruments in general. I have heard lots of zurna music before but never like this. Generally I found the zurna sounding very rough and piercing, whereas here it is very soft, the intonation is really Indian. If this forum was not confined to Arabic music, I'd post a sample of Indian shehnai for comparison.

3amr
13-05-2006, 20:43
perhaps the zurna here is simply well made instead of being a crude bit of work?

you never know how good an instrument can sound until it's both well made and in the hands of a good player.

as for shehnai, I have a nice bit of Bhairavi by Bismillah Khan (what would be Kurd to the arabs and turks out there), but, as you said, perhaps this wouldn't be quite the best place.

AmbroseBierce
14-05-2006, 23:15
Kudsi Erguner experimenting again:

http://www.festival-saint-denis.fr/fsd2006/02metis/07.html

Shakti
13-07-2006, 13:23
WAW..

I m a fun of KUDSİ ERGUNER!!

and i will go his concert in 15thjuly.. http://www.iksv.org/caz/english/?EID=7
in 13th international jazz festival..

i will go there,im very happy now.. and i will go 750 km for thiis concert..

AmbroseBierce
13-07-2006, 23:49
Shakti, I envy you for attending this concert. I saw all three artists separately - that's truely a meeting of giants.

anchizet
21-11-2006, 18:15
I know there are a lot of people who always wanted to see him while he is playing..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLdeaRr8OEE

anchizet
03-12-2006, 08:16
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lheritage-Ottoman-Kudsi-Erguner/dp/B0002O389E/sr=1-113/qid=1165129319/ref=sr_1_113/202-6017388-4895857?ie=UTF8&s=music


Ferahfza Pechrev,compos par Zeki Mehmed Aga,ce pechrev est jou comme le dernier pechrev de Ferahfza Mevlvi Ayin de Hammamizad Ismail Dd Efendy..

Chddiaraban Saz Smai,compos par Tanburi Djmil Bey, (une extraordinaire interprtation d'Erguner Ensemble)