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Do Majör Shottiche - The London Academy Of Ottoman Court Music - European Music At The Ottoman Court (CD, Album)

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  1. The London Academy of Ottoman Court Music was founded by Dr. Emre Aracı in the autumn of after a series of specialised concerts based on European music from the Ottoman court in the 19th century; i.e. music composed by and for Ottoman sultans in European genres like marches, waltzes, polkas and polka-mazurkas.
  2. century onwards, Ottoman court music became increasingly recognized as a complement to Greek orthodox church music. This was a time that witnessed an impressive regeneration of the so called "post-Byzantine" music, culminating in a bloom of creativity in the 18th century. Numerous.
  3. Ottoman classical music, also known as Turkish classical music (Turkish: Türk sanat müziği, "Turkish art music"; or Klasik Türk müziği, "Classical Turkish music"), was developed in Istanbul and other major Ottoman cities and towns through the palaces and Sufi lodges of the Ottoman Empire. Above all a vocal music, Ottoman music traditionally accompanies a solo singer with a small Music awards: Turkey Music Awards, Mü-Yap, Golden .
  4. Ottoman music is a synthesis, carrying within it a great many historical riches. It emerged as the result of a sharing process between the Turks and the minorities living alongside them, the Byzantines, Greeks, Persians, Arabs, Jews, Armenians etc. It reached its golden age in the private school in the Ottoman .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of European Music At The Ottoman Court on Discogs.4/5(1).
  6. An intriguing letter arrived at the Paris offices of the French music journal Le Ménestrel in the autumn of , with an exotic provenance: Constantinople. Addressed to the editor, it was from a “faithful subscriber” who signed himself simply “Ed. de V ”; in all likelihood he was a member of the Christian community of Pera.
  7. European influence affected Ottoman Court Music a lot. The change was gradual and it was parallel with Westernisation of the Empire. Westernisation movements start around 18th century in Ottoman Empire, after the defeat at the gates of Vienna/Wien. The first period of Westernisation movements is between , which is named Tulip Period.
  8. Ottoman classical music was nurtured at Topkapı Palace, although it was widely known that earlier the court at Edirne was deeply involved in music and musical theory. And before the rise of the Ottomans there were several different courts holding sway around Anatolia that fostered music.

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