Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Kudsi Erguner - Ottomania - Sufi Jazz Project

Kudsi Erguner’s Ottomania is the first World Music project that integrates the classical music of the Ottoman Empire with Western jazz improvisations and rhythms. It documents the story of a remarkable musical encounter, and is a logical continuation of Erguner’s eventful life.

Artist: Kudsi Erguner
Album: Ottomania - Sufi Jazz Project
Year: 1999
Label: ACT
Runtime: 49:31

Tracks:
1.  Semai (Mesut Cemil Bey) 5:48
2.  Sufimaj (Kudsi Erguner) 4:37
3.  Dua (Kudsi Erguner) 12:55
4.  Free space (Kudsi Erguner) 7:46
5.  Nefes (Kudsi Erguner) 9:06
6.  Hi-Jaz (Kudsi Erguner) 9:17

Personnel:
Kudsi Erguner (Ney)
Christof Lauer (Saxophone)
Derya Turkan (Kemence)
Michel Godard (Tuba)
Mehmet Emin Bitmez (Ud)
Yves Rousseau (Double Bass)
Hakan Gungor (Kanun)
Bruno Caillat (Percussion)
Necib Gulses (Tanbur)
Mark Nauseef (Drums)

9 comments:

  1. Hello,

    sadly the link leads to a page named freetexthost that can't be opened...

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  2. Hi Tosca, the Freetexthost works fine. I checked.

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  3. Yes, thank you. The problem is with Safari....

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  4. PS. Thank you for the music!

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  5. Thank you very much

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