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  • Hz. Mevlana’nın yedi öğüdü
  • Cömertlik ve yardım etmede akarsu gibi ol...
  • Şefkat ve merhamette güneş gibi ol...
  • Başkalarının kusurunu örtmede gece gibi ol...
  • Tevazu ve alçak gönüllülükte toprak gibi ol...
  • Hoşgörülükte deniz gibi ol...
  • Ya olduğun gibi görün, ya göründüğün gibi ol.... Hz. MEVLANA

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  • 1. 1GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)2NDMEETING25THMAY-29THMAY 2013THE PRESENTATIONOFYALOVA LIFELONG LEARNING CENTER
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  • 5. 5GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)BAĞLAMA (BAGLAMA)“BAGLAMA “ is one of the three sorts ofstring instruments this category includesthe most important and melodiousinstruments, Baglama being the foremostof them.Baglama represents a musical familyunder which come Divan Sazi, Tamburaand Cura.The instrument, Baglama itself is commonin the urban areas rather than in rural areas.The Baglama instruments are the only ones thatcan be played both with a plectrum and hands.
  • 6. 6GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)BAĞLAMA (BAGLAMA)The Cura, being the shortest of the familyis available almost everywhere in Turkeyunder different names.Other instruments follows in this categoryare Tar, Kabak Kemane and Kemençe.The ingredients used in making thevarious parts of a Tar are two bowls,mulberry trees and the heart of cattle andis played with a plectrum.
  • 7. 7GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)
  • 8. 8GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)QANUN "according to some sources,the great Turkish scholar Farabi (870-950) issaid to have been invented by.Qanun", using all the fingersand the harp,guitar technique,a technique that is very closeto the voice as an instrumentof the piano of Turkish musicalso be termed as the mostobvious.KANUN (QANUN)
  • 9. 9GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)“QANUN “ is in the form of a trapezoid long curvededge, the aim of this form is adjusting thelength of the wires.Then it is placed on the left side augers whichallows you to tuning pegs added.Generally, the construction Fir or Spruce,Sycamore (chest board), the linden,hornbeam and beech v. b. trees are used.KANUN (QANUN)
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  • 11. 11GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)Ney, non-religious and religious music ofTurkish music is one of the most importantreeds.Ney, due to the organic structure of thehuman voice is the closest musicinstruments.As we know, the oldest neyzen “GrandfatherHamza” is mentioned that the councilfound the Hz.Mevlana.NEY (NAY)
  • 12. 12GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)“NEY” The area between the Tigris andEuphrates rivers in Mesopotamia, Sumer,by living in BC A wind instrument that havebeen used since 5000 years ...NEY (NAY)
  • 13. 13GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)
  • 14. 14GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)Ud The ud is the most important musicalinstrument in Middle Eastern music: it is calledthe ‘sultan of the instruments’.Its name derives from the Arabic for ‘wood’, andthis refers to the strips of wood used to make itsrounded body.The neck of the ud, which is short in comparisonto the body, has no frets and this contributes toits unique sound.UD (OUD)
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  • 17. 17GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)TURKISH DANCE REFERS TO THE FOLK DANCES OF TURKEY.TURKEY HAS AN ANCIENT AND COMPLICATED CULTURE,REFLECTED IN THEVARIETY OF ITS DANCES.TURKEY IS DIVIDED INTO THESE CULTURALREGIONS,WHICH HAVE DISTINCTIVE DANCE STYLES.THE COSTUMES WORN BY THE DANCERS ARE OFTEN VERY COLORFUL ISREPRESENTİNG HAPPINESS, OR EITHER VERY DULL WHEN DOINGA SLOW,DEPRESSING DANCE.TURKISH FOLK DANCES
  • 18. 18GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)WE CAN CLUSTER DEPENDING ON THE NATURE OF THE MOST IMPORTANTFOLK DANCES ADHERING TO THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE CLUSTER ONTHE MAP OF TURKEY.TURKISH FOLK DANCES
  • 19. 19GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME EBM(European Bank of Memories)
  • 20. "Who is Mevlana Celaddiin-i Rumi?"“Come, come again, whoever you are, come!Heathen, fire worshipper or idolatrous, come!Come even if you broke your penitence a hundred times,Ours is the portal of hope, come as you are."Mevlana (1207 – 1273) who is also known as Rumi, was a philosopherand mystic of Islam, but not a Muslim of the orthodox type. His doctrineadvocates unlimited tolerance, positive reasoning, goodness, charityand awareness through love.
  • 21. Whirling Dervishes The "dance" of the Whirling Dervishes iscalled Sema. Sema is a part of the inspiration of Mevlana aswell as part of the Turkish custom, history, beliefs andculture. Sema represents a mystical journey of man’sspiritual ascent through mind and love to "Perfect."
  • 22. Turning towards the truth, his growth through love, deserthis ego, find the truth and arrive to the "Perfect," then hereturn from this spiritual journey as a man who reachedmaturity and a greater perfection, so as to love and to be ofservice to the whole of creation, to all creatures withoutdiscrimination of beliefs, races,and nations.
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  • 24. MEVLANA’nın yedi öğüdüMEVLANA’nın yedi öğüdüSeven advice of MEVLANASeven advice of MEVLANA
  • 25. Cömertlik ve yardım etmedeCömertlik ve yardım etmedeakarsu gibi ol...akarsu gibi ol...In generosity and helping othersIn generosity and helping othersbe like a river...be like a river...
  • 26. Şefkat ve merhamette güneş gibiŞefkat ve merhamette güneş gibiol...ol...In compassion and grace be likeIn compassion and grace be likesun...sun...
  • 27. Başkalarının kusurunu örtmedeBaşkalarının kusurunu örtmedegece gibi ol...gece gibi ol...In concealing others’ faults be likeIn concealing others’ faults be likenight...night...
  • 28. Tevazu ve alçak gönüllülükteTevazu ve alçak gönüllülüktetoprak gibi ol...toprak gibi ol...In modesty and humility be likeIn modesty and humility be likeearth...earth...
  • 29. Hoşgörülükte deniz gibi ol...Hoşgörülükte deniz gibi ol...In tolerance be like a sea...In tolerance be like a sea...
  • 30. Ya olduğun gibiYa olduğun gibigörün,görün,ya göründüğünya göründüğüngibi ol.gibi ol.Either exist asEither exist asyou areyou areor be as youor be as youlook.look.Hz. MevlanaHz. Mevlana
  • 31. “Come, come again, whoever you are, come!”