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Ottoman Music

Dimitrie Cantemir: Râst Peşrev “Berefsan” K.267

Peşrev, Pişrev, peshrev, or pishrev; called bashraf بشرف in Arabic; is an instrumental form in Turkish classical music. It is the name of the first piece of music played during a group performance called a fasıl. It also serves as the penultimate piece of the Mevlevi ayini, ritual music of the Mevlevi order, under the [...]

Ottoman Musicians

Dimitrie Cantemir: Hüseynî Peşrev

Peşrev, Pişrev, peshrev, or pishrev; called bashraf بشرف in Arabic; is an instrumental form in Turkish classical music. It is the name of the first piece of music played during a group performance called a fasıl. It also serves as the penultimate piece of the Mevlevi ayini, ritual music of the Mevlevi order, under the [...]

Ottoman Musicians

Dimitrie Cantemir: Sazkâr Peşrev

Peşrev, Pişrev, peshrev, or pishrev; called bashraf بشرف in Arabic; is an instrumental form in Turkish classical music. It is the name of the first piece of music played during a group performance called a fasıl. It also serves as the penultimate piece of the Mevlevi ayini, ritual music of the Mevlevi order, under the [...]

Ottoman Music

Dimitrie Cantemir: Bestenigâr Peşrev

Peşrev, Pişrev, peshrev, or pishrev; called bashraf بشرف in Arabic; is an instrumental form in Turkish classical music. It is the name of the first piece of music played during a group performance called a fasıl. It also serves as the penultimate piece of the Mevlevi ayini, ritual music of the Mevlevi order, under the [...]

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 Musicians

Dimitrie Cantemir: Bûselik Peşrev

Peşrev, Pişrev, peshrev, or pishrev; called bashraf بشرف in Arabic; is an instrumental form in Turkish classical music. It is the name of the first piece of music played during a group performance called a fasıl. It also serves as the penultimate piece of the Mevlevi ayini, ritual music of the Mevlevi order, under the [...]

Ottoman Empire Music

Giuseppe Donizetti: Grand Mecidiye March

The Ottoman Empire used anthems since its foundation in the late 13th century, but did not use a specific royal or national anthem until the 19th century. During the reign of Sultan Mahmud II, when the military and imperial band were re-organized along Western lines, Giuseppe Donizetti was invited to head the process. Donizetti Pasha, [...]

Traditional Ottoman Music

Abdul Aziz I: Hicazkar Sirto

Abdülaziz (Ottoman Turkish: عبد العزيز / `Abdü’l-`Azīz; 9/18 February 1830 – 4 June 1876) was the 32nd Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and reigned between 25 June 1861 and 30 May 1876. He was the son of Sultan Mahmud II and succeeded his brother Abdülmecid I in 1861.

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 [...]

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