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Turkey - Released February 15, 2019 | Trikont

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Turkey - Released February 1, 2019 | Trikont

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Turkey - Released June 8, 2018 | Ütopya Müzik Yapım

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Turkey - Released March 26, 2013 | Ankh Productions

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Turkey - Released October 21, 2011 | Dooload.de

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Turkey - Released October 13, 2008 | Dooload.de

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Turkey - Released July 11, 2006 | Times Square Records

Turkish ney player Kudsi Erguner has made a career out of resurrecting Turkish traditional music, and here he uses his five-piece ensemble -- which also features his brother Suleyman Erguner on ney, Hasan Esen on kemence, Mehmet Emin Bitmez on ud, and Husnu Anil on kanun -- to back up three noted singers, Yusuf Bilgin, Fevzi Misir, and Aziz Bahriyeli, on musical settings for a series of poems by Ottoman figures dating back to the 16th century and up to the 20th. On each track, only one of the singers performs, and the musical treatments are semi-improvised in the form called "Taksim," which Erguner explains in the liner notes as only being allowed once a musician has mastered the required traditional musical forms, qualifying him to create variations consistent with existing styles. The singers bring considerable feeling to their interpretations, and the ensemble backs them effectively. © William Ruhlmann /TiVo
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Turkey - Released July 11, 2006 | Times Square Records

Here is the first-ever collection of sharki music recorded with traditional instruments. Dating back to the 18th century, sharki is a dark and bluesy offshoot from Turkish classical music lamenting the decline of the Ottoman Empire, and the shivery-voiced Sipahi conveys deep recesses of collective sorrow with her subdued vocal delivery. The eight-piece Kudsi Erguner ensemble adds colorful accompaniment. It is tightly focused, starkly arranged, and emotionally compelling. © Bob Tarte /TiVo
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Turkey - Released October 17, 2005 | Jaro Records