On top of it all, Zurna
has done himself no favours with his usual gaffes, one of which came in a lecture in late 2013 when he admonished South Africans not to think like Africans.
Sa'id is clearly aware that monophonic synth sounds--which generated many famous pop solos, including those in the Ohio Players' "Funky Worm" and the Cars' "Just What I Needed"--can more closely mirror the affect and colors of Arabic wind instruments: ney (flute), mijwiz (double clarinet), and zurna
There was also a place for music provided by zurna
(a double-reed wind instrument) accompanied by duval, used to commemorate the bride's departure from her family's household.
The festival commences with a ceremony where forty bands play the davul drums and zurna
shawms, after which the belt is carried through the city in a procession, followed by prayers in the Selimiye Mosque.
Forming his Swedish Turkish Jazz group, "Oriental Wind", in 1974, Okay Temiz surged further into multi-cultural music and reached a very appealing synthesis by blending European musical instruments like the violin, saxophone, flute, clarinet, bass and piano with Turkish instruments such as zurna
, ney, kaval, ud, saz, gayda and sipsi.
With hindsight we can see that the importance of Zuma's dismissal was not that it galvanised an immediate anti-Mbeki campaign within the ANC - for it did not - but rather that it created in Zurna
a heavyweight opponent of Mbeki around whom a future opposition could mobilise if and when the opportunity arose.
The crowd began to sing and chant other pro-peace songs and slogans, while two men played the drums and zurna
, giving the event the air of a Cypriot wedding.
Musical forms (field 128) New code vil villanelle Medium of performance (field 145) New codes mcb cristal Baschet mgt glass trumpet ocb cobla oiv vocal and instrumental group (or ensemble) ptx txalaparta tih Irish harp (Gaelic harp, clairseach) tsh shamisen vhc haute-contre wsn surnay (zurla, zurna
, mizmar) New variants / codes with suffixes code variant terms main term kor positive organ ptr riqq, rikk tambourine pwo mokubio woodblocks (Japanese woodblocks) sdb+ five-string double bass suffixe double bass vcta contratenor altus countertenor vctb contratenor countertenor bassus wcl+ clarinet in A clarinet suffixe wbp sourdeline bagpipe Modified codes korx orgue Hammond use kore (electric organ) pss sound structure use mss vcl contratenor altus use vcta Deleted code vvg vagans
The Romani mahala (neighborhood) of this town is known for its musicians, who specialize in zurna
(a double-reed conical-bore shawm or oboe) and dauli (a large cylindrical, two-headed drum played with sticks).
Dugunun eglence safhasindan once davul zurna
ekibinin yerlesim yerinde olen kisinin evinde ve onun mezarinda davul zurna
calmalan, gelinin oglan evine gelmeden once mezarligi ziyaret etmesi oluler-atalar kultuyle ilgili rituellerdir.
From the hills, from the Gypsy mahal, came the deafening beats of a drum, at short intervals, and a zurna
wailed, incessantly, without interruption; it had gone on all day, the entire previous night, and forever, the horrible madness of Saint George's Day rushed down on the kasaba like defiance, or a threat.
The term zurna
derives from the Persian surna, as pointed out in Picken, op.