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July 23rd, 2013

The bağlama (baglama) is a stringed musical instrument shared by various cultures in the Eastern Mediterranean, Near East, and Central Asia regions. This recording features Seval Eroğlu, a Turkish musician. It is recorded at Niccolo Paganini Conservatory during the summer school preceding Galata Electroacoustic Orchestra 2013.

This piece constitutes two forms. The editorial information of them is as follows:

For performance in the time frame (start - 02:02)
Work: Arzuhalim Sana Ey Kaşı Keman
Type: Bozlak
Region: Çorum
Form: Uzun Hava (non-metered)
Scale: Kürdi
Source: Şekip Şahadoğru

For performance in the time frame (02:03 - end)
Work: Havada Turna Sesi Gelir
Type: Zeybek
Region: Kütahya
Form: Kırık Hava (metered)
Scale: Kürdi
Source: Hisarlı Ahmet

Recorded using TASCAM DR-100mkII.

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