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الموضوع: The Works of Kudsi Erguner قدسي إرغونر

  1. #21
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    إفتراضي Tatyos Works by Kudsi

    Maybe i am exaggerating but there is something about the works of Tatyos cd that’s bothering me ( though I love the compositions)! i think it’s the clarinet !

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    إفتراضي Hey!

    You can't have Armenian music without clarinet

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

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    إفتراضي

    you are right Najib, it must have been my mode at the time ....

  4. #24
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    إفتراضي Ottoman Davullari

    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.
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    AmbroseBierce Guest

    إفتراضي Banda Alla Turca

    Yet another very different album by Kudsi Erguner is "Banda Alla Turca", published in 2001 also by Imaj Müzik. 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 (Kürdili Hicazkar Longa) is by Santuri Ethem Efendi.
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    إفتراضي

    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).

  7. #27
    AmbroseBierce Guest

    إفتراضي

    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.

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    إفتراضي

    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.

  9. #29
    AmbroseBierce Guest

    إفتراضي

    Kudsi Erguner experimenting again:

    http://www.festival-saint-denis.fr/f...2metis/07.html

  10. #30
    Shakti Guest

    إفتراضي

    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..

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