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الموضوع: The Works of Kudsi Erguner قدسي إرغونر

  1. #11
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    3amr is correct, you will receive your prize soon
    Oh goodie

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    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.

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    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    One of my favourites of Kudsi Erguner's albums is his 1996 Al Sur CD "Psaumes de Yunus Emré" 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 Emré - 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
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    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    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.
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    آخر تعديل بواسطة AmbroseBierce ، 03-04-2006 الساعة 02:10

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    إفتراضي Thanks Paul

    I never heard the Yunus Emry one before.

    Thanks a lot
    آخر تعديل بواسطة Najib ، 17-04-2006 الساعة 19:42

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    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    Only today I received Kudsi Erguner's 2002 Next Music album "Mevlana. Djém: 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.
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    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    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.
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    Hakem Guest

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    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!

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    AmbroseBierce Guest

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    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
    Sükrü Kabaci - clarinet
    Necip Gulses - tambur
    Hakan Güngör - 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

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    Hakem Guest

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    In other words, they are the cream of contemporary Turkish music! Beautiful! Thanks again.

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    إفتراضي Lovely CD

    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

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