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A Tribute To Ruhi Su: Live In Boston (Selections)

by Bülent Güneralp & Karabey Aydoğan

Turkish Folk Music A Tribute to Ruhi Su Concert at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts May 11, 2008
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ak Ellerin Sala Sala Yürüyen (Live)
Bülent Güneralp & Karabey Aydoğan
3:04 FREE
2. Arap Atın Kaltağı (Live)
Bülent Güneralp & Karabey Aydoğan
2:37 FREE
3. Evlerinin Önü Mersin (Live)
Bülent Güneralp & Karabey Aydoğan
3:03 FREE
4. Gümüş İbrik (Live)
Bülent Güneralp & Karabey Aydoğan
2:10 FREE
5. Altın Hızma (Live)
Bülent Güneralp & Karabey Aydoğan
3:25 FREE
6. Havada Bulut Yok (Live)
Bülent Güneralp
3:22 FREE
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Bülent Güneralp is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist singer, voice teacher, coach, educator, inventor of The Guneralp Vocal Method and a member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing). He has been officially recognized both by the Massachusetts State Senate and Thomas Menino, former mayor of Boston. As a classically trained artist who is at home in diverse genres from opera to American Songbook, he has been described by The Times Herald-Record, New York, as a firm bass-baritone, and by The Boston Musical Intelligencer as dramatically and musically outstanding.

Karabey Aydoğan is a singer, instrumentalist, educator, researcher and writer. He has sung in The Chorus of Friends (Dostlar Korosu, founded by Ruhi Su), taking part in three albums 'El Kapıları', 'Sabahın Sahibi Var' and 'Semahlar'. Mr. Aydoğan gave solo concerts in many cities of Anatolia and trained folk music and children choruses. Between 1993 and 1996 Mr. Aydoğan worked as the director of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality City Theatre. He was then appointed as the director of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality City Orchestra where he served between 1996 and 2005. Apart from giving concerts and conferences in many countries, Aydoğan wrote a column in a newspaper for four years. As a researcher, Aydoğan worked on education, village institutes and music. Among his books are:

Ruhi Su Folk Songs
City Orchestra and Municipality Band
Marches for Band (an 8-volume collaboration),
The Memoirs of a Village Health Officer (collaboration),
Aşık Sefil Mustafa
The History of Arifiye Village Educators

Upcoming: Arifiye Village Institute
The History of Arifiye Primary Teacher School



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