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Zakharia Khanendeh

Profile: Zakharia Khanendeh (Mîr Cemil)

Zakharia Khanendeh was a leading melodist and one of the greatest figures of Classical Near Eastern Music. Turkish researchers agree unanimously that he was the most important composer of vocal works. In the Xeropotamou codex 277, before a composition of his, the Kalophonic Heirmos (a form of hymn)“Thine awesome judgment seat”, one finds the following [...]

Ottoman Empire Music

Ottoman Classical Music (Index)

Ottoman classical music developed in Istanbul and major Ottoman towns from Skopje to Cairo, from Tabriz to Morocco through the palace, mosques, and sufi lodges of the Ottoman Empire. Above all a vocal music, Ottoman music traditionally accompanies a solo singer with a small instrumental ensemble. In recent times instruments might include tambur (lute), ney [...]

Ottoman-Classical-Composer

Ottoman Classical Music: Composers

Ottoman classical music developed in Istanbul and major Ottoman towns from Skopje to Cairo, from Tabriz to Morocco through the palace, mosques, and sufi lodges of the Ottoman Empire. Above all a vocal music, Ottoman music traditionally accompanies a solo singer with a small instrumental ensemble. In recent times instruments might include tambur (lute), ney [...]

Arabic Music

Maqam: Hüseynî Peşrev (Arabic Music)

Arabic maqam (Arabic: مقام‎ / ALA-LC: maqām; pl. maqamat) is the system of melodic modes used in traditional Arabic music, which is mainly melodic.

Arabic Music

Arabic Music: Maqams (Index)

Arabic maqam (Arabic: مقام‎ / ALA-LC: maqām; pl. maqamat) is the system of melodic modes used in traditional Arabic music, which is mainly melodic. The word maqam in Arabic means place, location or rank. The Arabic maqam is a melody type.

Ottoman Music

Maqam: Nihâvend Longa (Arabic Music)

A longa (Arabic: لونجا‎) is a genre that was adapted from the Romanian music, also influenced by the Byzantine music, with many elements of syrtos dance in the late 19th century. It was later adopted in Arabic music and is often performed at the end of a muwashshah. source: wikipedia index: Arabic Music

Arabic Music

Maqam: Nihâvend Peşrev (Arabic Music)

The harmonic minor is also occasionally referred to as the Mohammedan scale as its upper tetrachord corresponds to the Hijaz jins, commonly found in Middle Eastern music. The harmonic minor scale as a whole is called Nahawand-Hijaz in Arabic nomenclature and as Bûselik Hicaz in Turkish nomenclature.

Arabic Music

Maqam: Huzam Pesrev (Arabic Music)

Arabic maqam (Arabic: مقام‎ / ALA-LC: maqām; pl. maqamat) is the system of melodic modes used in traditional Arabic music, which is mainly melodic.

Ottoman Music History

Ottoman Classical Music: Makams (Index)

Ottoman classical music developed in Istanbul and major Ottoman towns from Skopje to Cairo, from Tabriz to Morocco through the palace, mosques, and sufi lodges of the Ottoman Empire. Above all a vocal music, Ottoman music traditionally accompanies a solo singer with a small instrumental ensemble. In recent times instruments might include tambur (lute), ney [...]

Traditional Musicians

Maqam: Hicar Buselik (Arabic Music)

Makam’s closest relatives include maqam in Arab music and echos in Byzantine music. The Turkish makams, the Arab maqams and the Byzantine echos related to the Greek texts and works of music that Arabs translated and developed from the musical theory of the Greeks (i.e. Systema ametabolon, enharmonium, chromatikon, diatonon).

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