THE ANALYSIS OF SONG-TEXT COLLECTION BELONGS TO THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY: Bodleian Library of Oxford University With The Number of 127 and 128 Cover Image

XVI. YÜZYILA AİT BİR GÜFTE MECMÛASI İNCELEMESİ: Oxford Üniversitesi Bodleian Kütüphanesi No: 127-128
THE ANALYSIS OF SONG-TEXT COLLECTION BELONGS TO THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY: Bodleian Library of Oxford University With The Number of 127 and 128

Author(s): Mehmet Nuri Parmaksız
Subject(s): Music, Turkish Literature, 16th Century, Turkish language
Published by: Sanat ve Dil Araştırmaları Enstitüsü
Keywords: XVI. century; Turkish Music; song-text collection; Bodleian Library;

Summary/Abstract: The song-text collections have great significance in consequence of their tasks in Turkish Music. The music performers have received support from song-text collections in remembering the modes, rhythms, the composers and especially the lyrics consisting short or long poems related to the each of the songs which they intend to keep in their minds. Today, those collections demonstrate the researchers employing modes, composers, forms and rhythms the musical works recorded in their contents and the transformation which Turkish Music has experienced throughout centuries. In this study, a song-text collection of the 16th century recorded in the Bodleian Library of Oxford University with the number of 127 and 128 was analyzed. The finding which obtain from song-text collection which analyzed with systematic musicology and historical methodology is expected to contribute importantly.

  • Issue Year: 5/2016
  • Issue No: 25
  • Page Range: 1430-1477
  • Page Count: 47
  • Language: Turkish