Süzüp süzüp de ey melek (Song in Nihâvend)

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rei_suzup.zip (August 2003) 5 kB
Full name of work:Süzüp süzüp de ey melek (Song in Nihâvend)
Composer:Rahmi, Bei (1865-1924)
Lyricist:Recâîzâde Mahmud Ekrem Bey (1847-1914)
First line:(if a song) Sü züp sü züp de ey me lek
Music category:Classical Turkish
Instruments:Piano
Name of file creator:Ertugrul iNANÇ
Running time:00:01:38
e-mail address:ertugrulinanc "at" yahoo "dot" com
Website:http://ertugrulinanc.8m.com
Comments:This package consists of following components:
* Nihv01.dat
(Harmonic Analyser data file indicating the principal pitches of Turkish makam Nihâvend.)
* Rbnih010.mid
(Midi file of the song tempered using Piano Tuner.)
* Süzüp süzüp.nwc
(Score of the song written down using NoteWorthy Composer TM.)
Recommended:*: Files of Times New Roman unicode font - see fonts section in NWC Scriptorium http://nwc-scriptorium.org/helpful.html#fonts
(In order to view the lyrics and other text data such as composer names etc. in correct form,
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original fonts in case of any unpredicted evidence).
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