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Conference on Zeibekiko and Zeybek Dance

BROWSE_DETAIL_TITLE_ALTERNATE: Conference on Zeibekiko and Zeybek Dance

BROWSE_DETAIL_CREATION_DATE: 01-07-2007

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BROWSE_DETAIL_TYPE: Conference or Workshop Item

BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLISH_STATE: Unpublished

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BROWSE_DETAIL_LANG: English

BROWSE_DETAIL_CREATORS: Güray, Cenk (Author),

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BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_NAME: An analysis of Zeybek tunes with respect to their makam structures BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_DATE: 01-07-2007


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BROWSE_DETAIL_TAB_KEYWORDS Anadolu kültürü, halk müziği, zeybek müziği, makam, sözlü görenek, hafıza kültürü
Anatolian culture, folk music, zeybek music, makam , oral tradition, memory culture
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Makam and usul are the two fundamental concepts which describe the construction of melodies and rhythms of the music found in Anatolia, both from an historical perspective and from that of modern Turkey. Music theory in Anatolia can be possibly be traced back nearly 5000 years, having its origins in the theories of ancient Mesopotamia which themselves underlie subsequent theories to be found in Ancient Greece, Rome, Byzantium, the Islamic world and Europe. Makam describes a special method of organizing musical sounds which can be used; to acquire the traditional musical patterns and the main musical sense to integrate them; in order to form the Anatolian folk melodies preserved in the memory of the common people for centuries and surviving to the present day.Zeybek melodies, which constitute a major branch of Anatolian and Turkish music, can be found over a large area ranging from the Aegean part of Turkey, to south-western Mediterranean regions, to the western part of the Black Sea region, and as far as central Anatolia. Similar melodies can be normally found in Greece, which has been sharing a common culture with that of Anatolia. Zeybek melodies, in relation to Anatolian music theory, utilize a wide variety of makams. Such a variety can arise from a number of reasons, including regional differences, the differences between city and rural cultures and the individual capabilities of the performers and composers of these melodies. It seems clear that, the perspective of music researchers may be broadened by a detailed analysis of Zeybek tunes, including an examination of the cultural aspects embedded in makam structure and by relating such observations and results of the analyses to the historical and more recent musical choices which have been made both in Anatolia and the surrounding areas. Therefore this study will concentrate on detailed musical analyses of zeybek tunes with special regard to their makam structures.
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