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  • janissary (category English terms derived from Turkish)
    terrific visages of murdering janizaries, and to blush at the unveiled mysteries of a future seraglio. janissary music former Turkish soldier Miles
    3 KB (90 words) - 16:32, 25 January 2016
  • سرنای • ‎(sornây) ‎(plural سرنای‌ها ‎(sornây-hâ)) (music) zurna > Ottoman Turkish: زورنا ‎(zurnâ) Turkish: zurna > Armenian: զուռնա ‎(zuṙna) > Bulgarian:
    1 KB (121 words) - 01:15, 24 January 2016
  • buzuki (category Turkish terms with IPA pronunciation)
    buzuki (music) bouzouki Turkish Wikipedia has an article on: buzuki Wikipedia tr IPA(key): [bʋˈzʋcɪ] Hyphenation: bu‧zu‧ki buzuki ‎(definite
    523 bytes (32 words) - 00:07, 24 January 2016
  • dans (category ro:Music)
    declension of dans dansa danț dans c dance dansa dansare From French danse. dans dance (movements to music) This Turkish entry was created
    5 KB (475 words) - 19:28, 25 January 2016
  • rebetiko (category Turkish terms with IPA pronunciation)
    rebetiko ‎(plural rebetika) A type of Greek urban folk music. type of Greek urban folk music Turkish Wikipedia has an article on: rebetiko
    631 bytes (48 words) - 00:14, 27 January 2016
  • tanbur (category en:Music)
    tanbur ‎(plural tanburs) (music) In Classical Turkish music, a long-necked, fretted, plucked lute. Also, various lutes of West and Central Asia. instrument
    1 KB (69 words) - 16:01, 22 January 2016
  • sevdalinka (category en:Music genres)
    From Serbo-Croatian sevdalinka, from Turkish sevda. sevdalinka ‎(plural sevdalinkas) A traditional genre of folk music from Bosnia and Herzegovina, also
    2 KB (105 words) - 02:26, 26 January 2016
  • "People," Time: Still, music fans who feared that rockabilly might eventually go the way of the turkey trot can take heart. to turkey trot ‎(third-person
    1 KB (162 words) - 14:57, 11 November 2012
  • Wikipedia has an article on: music Wikipedia Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Music Wikiquote musick (archaic) musicke
    13 KB (301 words) - 03:02, 5 February 2016
  • Secrets of the World's Most Creative Minds, part 1, chapter 2, page 51: Few songwriters have been as instrumental in creating the mold for American music.
    8 KB (499 words) - 00:48, 18 January 2016
  • saz (category tr:Music)
    Turkish saz, from Persian ساز ‎(sâz). saz ‎(plural sazes or sazzes) The baglama. baglama saz rafsi of sazri. Persian ساز ‎(sâz). saz ‎(definite
    1 KB (49 words) - 00:08, 24 January 2016
  • Sufis of an ascetic order whose ritual religious observances involve mystical poetry of Mevlana (Rumi), music, and a whirling dance. Centered in Turkey but
    537 bytes (38 words) - 19:34, 8 December 2015
  • ethnomusicology (category en:Music)
    ethno- + music + -logy ethnomusicology ‎(usually uncountable, plural ethnomusicologies) (music) The study of music and culture; the study of music as it
    1 KB (39 words) - 19:34, 19 January 2016
  • of a folk or traditional mode of expression. 2008. A History of Folk Music Festivals in the United States. Ronald D. Cohen. Indeed, such ethnic music
    6 KB (467 words) - 02:17, 18 January 2016
  • swell (category en:Music)
    (intransitive) To be raised to arrogance. Shakespeare Here he comes, swelling like a turkey cock. Sir Walter Scott You swell at the tartan, as the bull is said to
    12 KB (861 words) - 03:51, 10 February 2016
  • natural (category Requests for quotation/Moore (Encyc. of Music))
    fatal day? (music) Neither sharp nor flat. Denoted ♮. The piece is played in C natural.‎ (music) Produced by natural organs, such as those of the human
    14 KB (814 words) - 00:29, 17 January 2016
  • polyphonic (category en:Music)
    superlative most polyphonic) of, or relating to polyphony (music) having two or more independent but harmonic melodies; contrapuntal (of an electronic device)
    1,002 bytes (45 words) - 16:52, 18 January 2016
  • house (category en:Music)
    where the music became popular around 1985. house ‎(uncountable) House music. 1998, Colin Larkin, The Virgin Encyclopedia of Dance Music, London: Virgin
    30 KB (1,377 words) - 03:13, 8 February 2016
  • tezene (category tr:Music)
    ‎(tāziyāne, “scourge, lash, whip”) tezene ‎(definite accusative tezeneyi, plural tezeneler) (music) plectrum declension of tezene pena mızrap
    412 bytes (25 words) - 22:39, 20 January 2016
  • taksim (category tr:Music)
    various parts of a city. (punctuation) slash mark, slash, diagonal, virgule. Signell, Karl. Makam: Modal practice in Turkish art music. Usul Publications
    737 bytes (61 words) - 02:15, 22 January 2016

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