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  1. #11
    inframusti Guest

    إفتراضي

    إقتباس المشاركة الأصلية بواسطة Hakem
    This section is to complement the Turkish section on Anatolian tunes, available at:
    http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=735

    Will open it with Sala Sala, and it is dedicated to Anton Efendi, who requested this song.

    Singer: Eleni Tsaligopoulou
    Album: Agapimeno mou hmerologio
    sala sala is my favorite song
    I know that this song has got lyrics in turkish and croatian

    This song was written by Halit Pacha in 1899 in Istanbul with a greek musician
    and later there were written some lyrics in croatia.
    the turkish lyrics are :
    sallasana sallasana mendilini
    aksam oldu göndersene sevdimi

    bir dalda iki kiraz, biri al biri beyaz
    beni se versen mektubunu sikca yaz

    bir dalda iki ceviz aramiz derya deniz...
    sen orada ben burada ne bet kaldi ne beniz...

  2. #12
    Hakem Guest

    إفتراضي

    Yes, and I have posted the song in the Turkish section:
    http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/sh...p?t=735&page=2

    I just got from Istanbul the song sung by the Diva Safiye Ayla! Guzel!

  3. #13
    Anton Efendi Guest

    إفتراضي Where's my post?

    I had posted a song here earlier today, now I can't find my post. What happened?

  4. #14
    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    إقتباس المشاركة الأصلية بواسطة Anton Efendi
    I had posted a song here earlier today, now I can't find my post. What happened?
    From what I understand it is a Turkish song, so I moved it into the Turkish section. Sorry for the confusion - I thought the program would leave a "moved" note for it here. You can find it in this thread:
    http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/showthread.php?t=735
    آخر تعديل بواسطة AmbroseBierce ، 23-08-2006 الساعة 08:00

  5. #15
    تاريخ التسجيل
    Jul 2005
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    إفتراضي Hi

    both the Turkish and the Greek versions are called Sala Sala (just to confuse us :-))

  6. #16
    doosdoos Guest

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    مقطوعة جميلة ، شكرا جدا

  7. #17
    Hakem Guest

    Thumbs up Kadifis - Roza Eskenazi

    A discovery for me today, it woke me up from my sleep and I have to share it with you! My favourite song sung by my favourite singer!

    One of the first songs to be recorded by Roza was this famous Istanbul folk song (known in Turkish: "Kadifeden Kesesi Kahveden Gelir Sesi"). Some argue that the Greek version is native of Smyrna (Izmir).

    A recent production of this song in Turkish, Greek and Ladino is available on the Turkish section at:
    http://www.zamanalwasl.net/forums/sh...0225#post10225

    It was recorded in Athens in 1930 by Roza Eskenazi:
    Lambros Leondaridis on lyra
    Agapios Tomboulis on oud
    Lambros Savaïdis on kanun.

    LYRICS, with translation

    1.
    Δεν μου λέτε χθες το βράδυ ο θυμός σου τί ήτανε;
    δυό σου φίλοι μ’ανταμώσαν καί γιά σένα μού’πανε.

    Why don’t you tell me why you were so angry the other night?
    I ran into two of your friends, and they told me things about you.

    2.
    Δεν μπορώ νά καταλάβω τα δικά σου μυστικά,
    στους γιατρούς θε νά με ρίξεις νά πεθάνω φθισικιά.

    I don’t understand your secrets;
    You want to send me off to the doctors to die of tuberculosis.

    3.
    Τα ματάκια σου πουλί μου χαμηλώνεις δεν μου λές,
    σαν γυρίζουν καί με’ιδούνε στην καρδιά με σφάζουνε.

    Your eyes, my little bird, why do you lower them?
    You turn them upon me, and they break my heart.

    4.
    Έλα νά αλλάξουμε καρδιές νά πάρεις τη δική μου
    νά δείς πώς βασανίζεται γιά σένα το κορμί μου.

    Come on, let’s exchange hearts, you take mine;
    That way you’ll see how my body longs for you.

    Source CD: The Rebetiko Song in America 1920-1940 (Vol. 1) Track 6
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    • نوع الملف: mp3 Kadifis.mp3 (4.61 ميجا بايت , عدد مرات التحميل : 93)
    آخر تعديل بواسطة Hakem ، 06-11-2006 الساعة 20:08

  8. #18
    تاريخ التسجيل
    Jul 2005
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    إفتراضي Hello

    Thanks a lot man.

    What's the CD?

  9. #19
    تاريخ التسجيل
    Jul 2005
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    London
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    إفتراضي Hah

    Answering my own question, it turns out that I have the CD:

    The Greek Archives in America 1920 - 1940 Vol 1 by FM records

    :-)

  10. #20
    Cenan Guest

    إفتراضي Many thanks my dear

    This song is very nice, i am listening many times of a day...

    Thank you very much.
    With my best regards;

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