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Fazil Say

Three Ballads



  • Instrumentation: Klavier (Piano)
  • Material: PartiturSheet music
  • Miscellaneous: [ Drei Balladen / Trois Ballades ]
  • Publisher:
    Schott Music
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  • Item #:
    SCHOM08880
  • Difficulty: 4 (1-6)
  • Duration: 15 min
  • Binding: Rckendrahtheftung
  • Number of pages: 16
  • Publication date: 2007

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  • Description:


    Fazil Says `Balladen` sind romantisch nachsinnende Klavierstcke mit versteckten literarischen und biographischen Bezgen. Die erste, nur auf den weien Tasten zu spielende Ballade `Nazim` erinnert an den bekannten trkischen Schriftsteller Nazim Hikmet (1902-63). Inspiriert von kommunistischem Gedankengut (und aus diesem Grund in der Trkei mehrfach verfolgt und inhaftiert) hatte dieser sich 1921 aus Instanbul nach Anatolien zurckgezogen, um Kontakt zum `einfachen Volk` zu finden. Die bersetzung des trkischen Worts `Kumru`, des Titels der zweiten Ballade, ist `Taube`. Zugleich ist `Kumru` ein in der Trkei beraus beliebter Mdchenname. `Sevenlere Dair` bedeutet bersetzt `Fr die Liebenden`. In beiden Balladentiteln bezieht sich Fazil Say auf die orientalische Tradition des Minnesangs: `Das Halsband der Taube. Von der Liebe und den Liebenden` heit das bereits im Jahr 1030 in Spanien geschriebene, bis heute berhmte Traktat von Ibn Hazm al-andalusi, der auch als `Ovid der Araber` bezeichnet wird / Fazil Say's `Ballads` are romantic, meditative piano pieces with cryptic literary and biographical associations. The first ballad `Nazim`, played exclusively on the white keys, is in memory of the well-known Turkish writer Nzim Hikmet (1902-63). Inspired by the Communist body of thought (and for this reason repeatedly persecuted and imprisoned in Turkey), the writer left Istanbul in 1921 to settle in Anatolia in order to seek contact with `simple people`. The title of the second ballad `Kumru` is Turkish for `dove`, but is also a popular girls' name in Turkey. `Sevenlere Dair` can be translated as `for lovers`. In both of these ballad titles, Fazil Say makes reference to the oriental tradition of the minnesong: `The Ring of the Dove. On Love and Lovers` is the title of the treatise written as early as 1030 in Spain by Ibn Hazm al-andalusi who is also referred to as the `Ovid of the Arabs`
  • Contents:


    I Nazim
    II Kumru
    III Sevenlere dair

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