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(Greek and) Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2013 3:03 pm
by Philellinas
Ilka Akkaya has been mentioned in dispatches on this forum but have her group Kızılırmak been given an outing? Here they are in makam mellow:-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-k1yamXAN4
Over six million viewers on YouTube cannot be wrong, can they?

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2013 3:06 pm
by kastamonu
Lovely - thank you....

Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:05 am
by Philellinas
This is Loxandra and Dılek Koç's modern version of "δάχτυλο" (the typewriter song?):-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgO80TTsOXM

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:07 am
by Chris P
Philellinas wrote:This is Loxandra and Dılek Koç's modern version of "δάχτυλο" (the typewriter song?):-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgO80TTsOXM


effin fabulous!

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:33 am
by NormanD

Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:42 am
by Philellinas
Thanks, Norman. When I saw your post I thought you were going to compare and contrast it with this (which is what I originally intended to do):-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_m9kTw3BO5w

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2013 12:33 pm
by NormanD
I think I prefer your 'typewriter' (glad it's not updated to the now outdated word processor). The Leroy Anderson piece is the theme tune to BBCR4's...The News Quiz?...and has been done to death.

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 9:52 pm
by Seb Merrick
Turkish and Greek music fans

This is a bit of a one to get to if you can 26 May in Edmonton North London

Songs of Alevi and Yârsân
Dertli Divani
Arash Moradi
Mustafa Kilcik
Cigdem Aslan
Ferhat Karaca
Tahir Palali
Ali Sakalli
Ali Baygin

Foreword:
Ahmet Kocak

Support act:
Nefes Ensemble and Hamit Sag

http://www.zakir-project.com/

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 10:59 pm
by NormanD

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2013 10:45 pm
by Chris P
The incomparable Aysenur Kolivar performing Mavili Eşarbumi from her recent masterpiece Bahceye Hanimeli (music from the Black Sea area of Turkey):

http://youtu.be/56pSyBNLR_4

please enjoy!

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2013 6:30 pm
by Chris P
The mighty marvellous Light in Babylon with a snippet from their new album:

http://youtu.be/8DpaQqsUVhI

Philellinas is up Mt Athos at moment, so that's one of the Greek & Turkish thread activists & audience down, hope some others'll like the one plus minutes of it

Here's another, more catchy, snippet:
http://youtu.be/dTXtBta2-NA

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2013 5:41 pm
by kastamonu
Lovely!

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 7:42 pm
by Ian A.
The marvellous Kardes Turkuler (and some penguins) react to the situation in Turkey:

http://youtu.be/o-kbuS-anD4

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 8:07 pm
by Chris P
Yup to that!

And here are some fellow musical alumni: (The Boğaziçi Jazz Chorus) Boğaziçi Caz Korosu with the fine acapella ÇAPULCU MUSUN VAY VAY !

http://youtu.be/ecKOSTAo9Io

34,000 views in 11 hours !


And the new Wiki Chapulling neologism entry:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chapulling

Re: Greek and Turkish music thread

PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 9:20 pm
by DavidM
I received a message about this new release from Dust-to-Digital the other day. Doubtless it will interest the Hellenophiles amongst us;

GREEK RHAPSODY – INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC FROM GREECE 1905-1956

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Description: 152-page hardcover book with two CDs featuring 42 Greek instrumental recordings made between 1905 and 1956. This compilation offers, for the first time, a unique panorama of the instruments and styles of the Greek music from the first half of the 20th century.
Publication Date: June 11, 2013
Availability: In Stock
Price: $35.00
Quantity:


About the author/compiler: Tony Klein is a British musician, researcher, and writer, based in Sweden. He has played and researched Greek music for 40 years, and studied with, among others, the veteran Stelios Keromitis. In 2005, in collaboration with collector Charles Howard, he produced and annotated the CD Mortika – Rare Vintage Recordings from a Greek Underworld.

Tracklist
DISC A
1. G. Gretsis & S. Stamos – Greek Rhapsody
2. George Deligeorge – Lemneiko-Zeibekiko
3. Instrumental Trio – Vlachico Sirto
4. Spyros Peristeris – To Mistirio
5. Markos Vamvakaris – Taxim Serf
6. Solo Laterna – Kazapiko
7. Spyros Peristeris – Tatavliano Hasapiko
8. A. Kostis – Dertlidikos Horos
9. Spyros Peristeris – Soultani Zeibekiko
10. Spyros Peristeris – Guzel-Zeibekiko
11. Spyros Peristeris – Hasapiko Laternas
12. Andonis Amiralis “Papatzis” – Hasapiko Politiko Argo
13. Spyros Peristeris – O Meraklis
14. M. Hiotis-D. Gongos ’’Bagianderas’’ – To Perasma
15. Kyria Koula – Zeibekikos Horos
16. Spyros Peristeris – Taxim Minore
17. Frangiskos Zouridakis – Syriano Hasapiko
18. Ierotheos Skizas Mandolinata – Karotsieris Hasapiko
19. Spyros Peristeris – Pireotiko Taximi
20. Spyros Peristeris – Romvia (Tatavliano Hasapiko)
21. Giannis Stamatiou & P. Vasileiou – Glykies Pennies

Disc B
1. Spyros Peristeris – Beykos Hasapiko
2. Spyros Peristeris – Keflflidiko Minore
3. Spyros Peristeris – Boutzalio
4. Ag. Tombouli – Raftaki
5. Havagies Bezou-Stipa – Kardia Ap’agapi Orfani
6. Solo Laterna – Zeibekiko
7. Apostolos Papadiamandis & Konstandinos Kalamaras – I Hira
8. Spyros Peristeris – Sevdali
9. Diodia Kyriakati – Karsilamas Mytilineikos
10. Spyros Peristeris – Dertilidiko
11. Lambros Leondaridis – Karsilamas
12. Ioannis Papaioannou – Serviko Hasapiko
13. Spyros Peristeris – Minore Tou Teke
14. Ierotheos Skizas Mandolinata – Vlahiko Hasapiko
15. Markos Vamvakaris – Taxim Zeibekiko
16. D. Arapakis – Memetis
17. Manolis Hiotis – Giouzel Taxim
18. Alexis Zoumbas – Arvanitiko
19. Lukianos Cavadias – Hasapiko Kavvadia
20. Spyros Peristeris – Mistirio Zeibekiko
21. Ioannis Halikias – Minore Tou Teke