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 Post subject: Good Turkish Ney Site.
PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 5:20 am 
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http://www.neyzen.com/english.htm

Loads of sound clips on the Ney Improvisations page.

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Thanks for the link. I find Neys terribly inspiring and difficult to play though, embouchure, tuning, etc.... Some years ago I bought a set on Neys though e-bay after a concert of Omar Faruk Tekbilek http://www.omarfaruktekbilek.com/. Poor quality instruments I guess according to the price. Never mind, the seller never sent them (to me at least)

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I have a ney on the way from this maker:

http://www.neyneva.com/eng/

I can't find much info on Turkish ney music on-line. There seems to be a big thing for improvisation, but not much to say about other contexts.

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Harry wrote:
http://www.neyzen.com/english.htm

Loads of sound clips on the Ney Improvisations page.

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Harry.



thanks harry, i spent some time listening and being transported into another world. i tried playing one of those neys one time. i got pretty dizzy!


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Harry wrote:
I have a ney on the way from this maker:

http://www.neyneva.com/eng/

I can't find much info on Turkish ney music on-line. There seems to be a big thing for improvisation, but not much to say about other contexts.

Regards,

Harry.

Kiz, Mansur?

Not easy at all, you can try luck at http://www.turkishmusic.org/index7.html and
http://www.arab-music.com/cd01_e.htmlThere is some Sufi, Dervish and Ney artists around.

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Let us know how you like the flute, please, Harry. I've thought about getting one for some time but wouldn't have much of a clue as to how to play it. I'm not a Mevlevi but i've met some Mevlevis recently and they might know some neyzen.

The Mevlevis have some cool music -- look for stuff by Kudsi Erguner; he has a number of CDs of both improvisation and Mevlevi sama'i (ritual "whirling dervish" music) as well as classical Turkish ensemble music. One of my favorites of his is a fusion of sama'i with flamenco set to the poetry of the great Andalsian shaykh Muhiyuddin Ibn-al'Arabi. Not sure if it's available anymore, though.


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Thanks for the links.

I ordered Kiz tuned. I'll let you know how I get on. I've been practicing with all manner of pipes and tubes... intwesting...

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rh wrote:
a fusion of sama'i with flamenco set to the poetry of the great Andalsian shaykh Muhiyuddin Ibn-al'Arabi. Not sure if it's available anymore, though.


Ibn Al Arabi spent some time at my town, Cordoba 8)

I can't remember him pretty well though. It was at XIIth century...

rh, thanks for the link. Inspiring music there.

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