Pasa Kosku - Various - Songs And Dances From Turkey



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Turkish folk dances are the folk dances of Turkey. Facing three seas, straddling important trade routes, Turkey has a complex, sophisticated culture, reflected in the variety of its dances. The dominant dance forms are types of line dance. There are many different types of folk dances performed in various Pasa Kosku - Various - Songs And Dances From Turkey in Turkey, and these reflect the cultural structure of each region.

With their structure and formation, they are the dances performed by groups in the open. The characteristic of their formation is that they are performed side-by-side, hand, shoulder and arm-in-arm.

Woman and man bars are different from one another. The principal instruments of our bar dances are davul and zurna shrill pipe. Later, clarinet has been added to the woman bars.

They normally wear costumes as they dance. They always dance with pride and they turn their hands as they hop dance. This folk-dance, is a part of Turkish dance and is performed to a large extent in the Eastern, South- Eastern and Central Anatolia and it is one of the most striking dance.

It has a rich figure structure of simplicity is the symbol of creation Pasa Kosku - Various - Songs And Dances From Turkey originality of the folk. The rhythmic elements of halay dances are very rich and are mostly performed with drum-zurna combination as well as with kaval shepherd's pipesipsi reedcigirtma fife or baglama an instrument with three double strings played with a plectrum or performed when folk songs are sung.

The dances called Horon derived from the Greek culture of the area and are circular in nature, each characterized by distinct short steps. Horons appear very different from the folk dances in other parts of the country with their formation of tempo, rhythm and measure. For this reason, rendering with a drum and zurna becomes practical. Melodies of horon are performed with the small type of zurna which is called 'cura'.

In addition, in the interior parts blowing instruments such as bagpipe mey again, a small zurna etc. Zeybeks are, in general, the widespread folk dances of the Western Anatolia.

It is rendered by one person or two or by a group of people and its name changes for example as 'seymen' in the central parts of Anatolia. Particularly in slow zeybeks, the traditional instruments is drum- zurna combination. The use of 2 drums and 2 Pasa Kosku - Various - Songs And Dances From Turkey in combination is a tradition, function of one of the zurnas is accompaniment, in other words, it accompanies the melody with a second constant tune.

Apart from drum-zurna, a three-double string instrument baglama, reed, marrow bow etc. In particular, the traditional instrument of the teke goat dance region is reed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Dance of Turkey. Mythology folklore. Music and Demonaz - March Of The Norse arts. Radio Television Cinema. World Heritage Sites. Flag Coat of arms. Main article: Bar dance. Main article: Halay.

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Nikokasa says:
May 01,  · The Hasapiko or Kasapiko dance among Greeks is most associated with Constantinople (or "Polis", hence Politiko)/Istanbul, especially the old suburb of .

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