Zaharya Hanende (also known as Zacharias Hanendes or Mir Cemil) was one of the most significant Rum (Greek Orthodox Ottoman citizen) Composers of the Lale Devri (Tulip era) age of Ottoman music. He was born in 1680 and dies in 1750. He was one of the most influential composers of his time and is said to have composed more than 100 compositions of Ottoman music of which only 19 have survived. His influence in the ottoman music is present till nowadays.
In this seminar Zaharya's compositions will be performed and analyzed in addition with other Greek composers of that time - additionally to the modern way of teaching music, the „Mes(h)ktechnik“ will be used in order to merge into the centuries of old teaching system.
This will help to learn with the usage or not of music scores. Singers and all instruments capable of reproducing the intervals of Turkish music will be welcome in this seminar.
Necessary level for the participation:
• Medium knowledge level
• Knowledge of Music writing
Muhittin Kemal Temel, born in Karlsruhe, Germany, first came across music at the age of 5. In collaboration with famous composers he has been able to span musical bridges between different cultures.
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