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  • Nota Arşivi | Ney Notaları - ACEM - Hak şerleri hayr eyler | Sinan Söyler

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  • Nota Arşivi | Ney Notaları - ACEMAŞİRAN - Ayların sultanı hoş geldin mübârek Ramazan | Sinan Söyler

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  • Nota Arşivi | Ney Notaları - ACEMAŞİRAN - Cerrâhi benim özüm | Sinan Söyler

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  • Nota Arşivi | Ney Notaları - ACEM - Hakk'ın cemâlin gözleyen | Sinan Söyler

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  • Nota Arşivi | Ney Notaları - ACEMAŞİRAN - Derd mendim mücrimim dermâna geldim | Sinan Söyler

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  • Kemane Lessons | Private Kemane Lesson | Online Kemane Lesson | Söyler Sanat Academy | Istanbul - Turkiye | Doha - Qatar | Sinan Söyler

    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY KEMANE LESSONS History & Features of Kemane KEMANE Welcome, Kabak Kemane is the only example of a stringed , bowed and leather-covered instrumen t in Turkish Music . Its origin is based in Central Asia . Turks spread the Kemane and Kemençe cultures over three continents. It was called Kemança in Azerbaijan , Iyık or Yançak Komus among the Altays , Kıl Kıyak among the Kyrgyz , and Gıcak among the Turkmens . Kabak kemane is an instrument widely used in Turkiye , especially in the Aegean Region in Western Anatolia . In addition to the names Kabak , Kabak Kemane , Kemane , Rebap , it is also known as Rubaba in Southeastern Anatolia , Hegit and Iklığ in the Hatay region. Iklığ is also the name of the instrument related to Kemane, called İgil or Iklığ, meaning İKİLİ (Couple) , which is also used by Tuva and Sakha Turks , and even by the Mongols . ​ Today, the Kemane is used in the entire Turkish geography, Iran, the Middle East and North Africa. The Kemane is a fretless instrument, and all kinds of chromatic sounds can be obtained easily. Its voice has the feature of playing long and Legato, Staccato and Pizzicato can be played. The sound width is 2.5 octaves. Kabak kemane is a folk instrument that has preserved its authentic appearance from past to present. The boat part is usually made of gourd. Also, wood is common. While making the Kabak Kemane, the gourd is cut 1/3 from the bottom of the upward tapering knuckle, and the heart membrane or skin is put on it. The diameter of the boat is about 10-15 cm . Handle and Screws come after the boat. The handle part is made of hard woods. There is a Shaft made of wood or metal under the hull part . The shaft is placed on the knee and the instrument moves left and right. This stick also allows the gourd and the stem to hold each other. The bow is made by connecting the horsetail hairs from one end of a rod to the other end . In order to obtain a good, quality and loud sound, resin is applied on the bristles. Previously, strings called “ Beam” made of intestines were attached to the Kabak Kemane, but today metal wires are used. The original Kemane has two strings or three strings, with a fourth string added later to get a wider sound. In the 4 Stringed Kabak Kemane, the pitch of the strings is “ LA–RE–LA-RE” from the thickest string. According to the piano, in order to make this tuning, which is “ DO–FA–DO–FA” or “ SI–MI–SI–MI”, binding strings must be inserted from the thickest strings . Today, together with the 4 String Kabak Kemane , the 5 String Kabak Kemane made by Halil Çelik and Özgür Çelik is also used , towards the 2000s . Unlike the 4 String Kabak Kemane, another thick string has been added to the 5 String Kabak Kemane. This string is Bam String, which is also used in Baglama and the tuning of the 5-string Kabak Kemane is “RE-LA-RE-LA-RE”. According to the piano, it is “ FA-DO-FA-DO-FA” or “ MI-SI-MI-SI-MI”. ​ In 2014; The 6-String Kabak Kemane, whose dimensions, string numbers and tuning system were determined by the young musician Cafer Nazlıbaş. This is the first 6-stringed Kemane made and has brought its owner the title 6 Stringed Kabak Kemane Inventor. Cafer Nazlıbaş added one more octave to the classical Kabak Kemane sound with his invention. By adding one thin and one thick string to the Kemane, it is aimed to reach more extreme sounds in lows and highs, to obtain a wider vocal range, and thus to enable more pieces to be played. In addition, the sounds are now much more pleasant to the ear. The large or small diameter of the gourd causes the sound to be high or low. The distance between the two thresholds (upper and lower thresholds) is 32–33 cm under normal conditions . should be long. However, the fact that the skin is more or less tense is a factor in changing this distance. You can learn how to play the Kemane or improve your current level by taking One-to-One Private Kemane Lessons or One-to-One Group Kemane Lessons or Online Private Kemane Lessons from our valuable teachers and instructors we have within our staff at Söyler Sanat Academy. ​ One-to-One Kemane Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Kemane Lessons are always available in our Beşiktaş and Kavacık , Istanbul - Türkiye branches; Lessons are given in Turkish , English and Arabic languages. In our West Bay , Doha - Qatar branch; There are no Kemane Lessons available. In our lessons; 3-stage training is provided according to the level of the students: beginner level , intermediate level and advanced level . This level is determined by a level test conducted by our instructors before registration. Our one-on-one lessons are conducted privately or in groups, depending on your preference and quota availability. Our students who want to participate in the current Accreditation Program with the London Music Academy and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 people (can only be held in branches in Turkiye). For One-to-One Kemane Lessons at our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our teachers and instructors in our training staff. Please contact us for Kemane Lessons, the course schedule and fees of our instructors and the instructors that you prefer. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site.​ ​ You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Online Kemane Lessons (Private) As you know, after the pandemic that lasted for about 2 years, many institutions and organizations switched to the online system. We have prepared ourselves in this direction and started to serve you with our online lessons. Our Online Private Kemane Lessons are held in Turkish by video conference through one of the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications. In our Online Private Kemane Lessons; Just like in the One-to-One Kemane Lessons, a 3-stage training is provided according to the level of the students: beginner level , intermediate level , advanced level . The level of our students is determined in advance by the level test made by our instructors. For Online Private Kemane Lessons at our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our teachers and instructors in our training staff. Please contact us for Kemane Lessons, the course schedule and fees of our instructors and the instructors that you prefer. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site.​ You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Our Lessons: ​ Ney Lessons Kaval Lessons Side Flute Lessons Oud Lessons Cümbüş Lessons Bağlama Lessons Kanun Lessons Guitar Lessons Kemane Lessons Vio li n Lessons Cello Lessons Piano Lessons Clarinet Lessons Percussion Lessons Vocal Lessons DJ Lessons ​

  • Ney Bakımı | Ney'de Yanma | Ney'de Küflenme | Sinan Söyler

    SİNAN SÖYLER NEY ATELIER NEY CARE Ney Care ​ Ney Care and Possible Problems Change of Ney's Sound How to Lubricate Ney? What is Combustion in Ney? What is Mold in Ney Strain on Ney Cracks and Breaks on Ney ​ Ney Care and Possible Problems Ney Care and Possible Problems Ney is made from Kargı reed and naturally the main material used is cellulose-based. Even though the hollowed-out Kargi reed is a hard material, it is an instrument that, like all other instruments, must be stored with certain precautions taken into consideration. The main complaints are the change in the sound of the Ney over time (within 1 year) or not being able to get a clear sound from the Ney. Cellulose-based instruments are more sensitive to heat and moisture. For this reason, temperature and humidity changes in the ambient air directly affect your Ney. Excessive dryness and excessive moisture damage Ney. For this reason, the first precaution taken is to lubricate the Ney at certain intervals. An unlubricated Ney will have difficulty in producing clean sound in terms of sound quality, and since it will come into direct contact with the air, its resistance to heat and humidity will decrease and cause some damage. Even the moisture released from your breath while blowing affects your Ney. A type of fungus, which we call mold, may form on the music box and inner surface of the Ney that is exposed to moisture. Cellulose-based material may rot over time. In ney, this usually occurs in the form of decay in the cut knots, and as a result, holes may occur at the ends of the knots under the knots. Depending on the conditions, the ney may bend or warp. For this reason, Ney should be kept in an airy environment that is not variable in terms of humidity and temperature, not exposed to direct sun, and preferably hung upside down. It is important how you store your ney when you are not playing it. ​ Although it is rare, over time, for any reason, your chin may crack or accidentally break. Generally, Ney masters can repair these damages. Change of Ney's Sound Change of Ney's Sound Generally, Neyzen candidates complain over time (within 1 year) of changing the sound of Ney or getting a clean sound from Ney. The sound change of ney is based on different reasons. ​ First of all, after the new Ney is opened, its sound usually gets steeper as it is blown. For this reason, Ney masters turn their Ney low by about half a sound. For this reason, when you look at the tuner or compare it to a seated Ney, you may complain that this Ney is worse, but this is a must-have. A newly opened Ney finds its full sound and tone only after 1 year. If it is still bad, the masters fine tune these Neys again. ​ Another problem is that over time, a wheezing sound comes from Ney or a sound cannot be produced. This situation usually occurs in Ney's that are not oiled. Heat and Humidity affect Ney's structure. Ney's should be lubricated at certain intervals in order to minimize its contact with the air and keep the current humidity rate more constant. On the other hand, poor quality oil or dusty environment will also affect Ney's voice. Especially the layer of oil and dirt that accumulates and solidifies on the inner surface can change the sound of your Ney or cause you to not be able to hear any sound. You can see this topic under the title How to Oil Ney. ​ Sudden temperature changes can also cause you to not get the sound you want from your Ney. Neyzens generally warm up their Ney by blowing for a short time before performing a performance. ​ How to Lubricate Ney? How to Lubricate Ney? Lubrication is the most important maintenance rule. Oil; It protects the Ney by penetrating the porous structure of the ney reed. However, this oil should be a thin oil with a low acid value. Otherwise, the oil does not penetrate the Ney tissue as desired, and it also creates a layer on the Ney surface and this layer keeps more dirt. For this reason, hazelnut oil, sesame oil, almond oil or corn oil are preferred. Rose and similar scented oils, which are used to give Ney a good smell, will make you faint after a while. For this reason, choose odorless oils. Apart from this, there is no special oil for Ney. You should lubricate a newly opened Ney once a week in the first 3 months. After 3 months, you can do this once every 2-3 weeks. After 1 year, it is sufficient to lubricate once a month. The more often you blow your Neyi, the less often it requires lubrication. The best way of lubrication is to use Ney as an oil tank by closing the open side of a long and wide PVC pipe. Submerge your ney completely in oil and wait for 10 minutes. Then take out what. Hang it upside down from the Neva hole and let it rest for at least 4-5 hours for the oil to drain. If you do not have the opportunity to make such a tank, tape all the holes of your Ney. Cover the bottom with your finger and pour some oil from the jukebox. Move your Ney so that the oil reaches the entire inner surface. This method will also work for you. What is Combustion in Ney? What is Combustion in Ney? The sound of what becomes better when played like many instruments. However, this change in the timbre character is very evident in Ney. As it is blown, the inner part of the reed, starting from the first knuckle called the sound box of Ney, darkens over time. This phenomenon, called "burning", is caused by the acid in the breath of the neyz penetrating the inner surface of the reed and slightly oxidizing a thin layer. This happens in a very slow process and usually starts as a small stain, approximately 6 months after the Ney is blown. In the time that passes until this process is completed, that is, the whole interior of what is blackened, the sound of Ney gradually becomes different and gains an impressive character rich in burns and natives. However, those who are not masters of ney try to clean it by thinking that it is fungus-mold, which is very wrong, you will erase the harmony you have gained by blowing it. What is Mold in Ney? What is Mold in Ney? Ney can become moldy due to the humidity of the breath you blow, the humidity of the environment or if you keep your ney indoors for a long time. Do not confuse burning Ney and molding your Ney. Mold appears as a dark, even cottony layer with a yellowish green edge and usually occurs on a jukebox. In this case, the Ney can be thoroughly washed with warm soapy water and the mold will be removed. Afterwards, Ney is left to dry thoroughly and oiled well after it dries completely. Do not insert any hard object into the ney to clean it, as this can damage the music box and knuckles inside, and it will destord tune. Keep your Ney in an airy environment to protect it from mildew. Do not leave it in humid environments. Never put it in its case immediately after blowing. If you are not carrying it somewhere, do not keep it in its case for a long time. Make sure that there are ventilation holes at both ends of the cover. Strain on Ney Strain on Ney Cellulose, that is, plant-based Ney can bend and warp if not stored correctly. Especially if the reed is cut before it is ripe, opened before it is completely dried, if it is less than 3 years old, the conditions in which it is stored may cause this deterioration. It doesn't make any difference in tuning, but it may disturb you visually. For this reason, the Ney should not be left resting on a place for a long time, if it is to be placed on a flat place such as a table, the head piece should be brought out of the table and the ney should be fully laid on the surface, and if it is on the side hanger, the hanger intervals should not be too narrow or too wide. Otherwise, the Ney will sag and warp. The best way to store your Ney is to hang it upside down from the neva curtain. Never try to correct any bending or twisting that may occur on your ney. You can break it. If the bending and warping situation, which does not cause any problems in terms of sound, visually disturbs you, ask a specialist for help to fix it. Cracks and Breaks on Ney Cracks and Breaks on Ney Your Ney may crack for various reasons. If these cracks are not repaired, the cracks will progress and Ney may become unusable. Ney masters can repair these cracks according to the situation. For this reason, if you have a particularly good Ney and it has cracks, definitely give it to a master to repair it without neglecting it. ​ ​ Let's take a look on the titles below with you; (Choose a title below ) ​ ​ Sinan Söyler N ey Atelier Ney in History History of Ney Ney in Sufism Ney Today About Ney Ney's Structure and Features Ney Chords and Names Differences Between Turkish & Western Music Use of Fingers and Sounds on Ney Ney Care Ney Care and Possible Problems Change of Ney's Sound How to Lubricate Ney? What is Combustion in Ney? What is Mold in Ney? Strain on Ney Cracks and Breaks on Ney ​ ​ ​

  • Nota Arşivi | Ney Notaları - ACEMAŞİRAN - Bir sanat var yarattığı her şeyde | Sinan Söyler

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  • Online Ney Lesson | Private Ney Lesson | Ney Lessons | Neyzen Sinan Söyler

    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY ​CÜMBÜŞ LESSONS History & Characteristics of Cümbüş CÜMBÜŞ Welcome, Cümbüş (Revel); is a Turkish invention made by Zeynel Abidin in the first half of the 20th century. It is a stringed instrument formed with a wooden fretless neck attached to an aluminum round body, the neck of which can be separated from the body, and the strings can be changed into other musical instruments such as mandolin, guitar, tambour. It has 12 strings (i.e. six pairs of strings). Its general structure is similar to the Banjo and its playing is similar to the Oud. The types in different layouts are: Standard cümbüş Extra cümbüş Saz cümbüş (sazbüş) Cura-cümbüş Tambur cümbüş Bowed Tambur cümbüş Gıitar cümbüş Mandolin cümbüş Harmony cümbüş (Wooden cümbüş) Strat cümbüş When Zeynel Abidin appeared in front of Atatürk in 1930 with the musical instrument he produced , Atatürk, who said that the instrument spread joy, gave him an identity by naming it Cümbüş. Meanwhile, the inventor of the saz gave one of the two cümbüş he produced to Atatürk and the other to Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi. Following this development, Zeynel Abidin received a patent for his fretless instrument like the Oud with 12 strings instead of 11. In the newspapers of February 1931, it was the subject of the news with the headline " The instrument invented by the Turkish artist: Cümbüş". In a concert in 2006, a Zeynel Abidin branded cümbüş appeared, Pink Floyd's world-famous guitarist and solist David Gilmour was on the stage with cümbüş on his hand. You can learn how to play Cümbüş or improve your current level by taking One-to-One Private Cümbüş Lessons or One-to-One Group Cümbüş Lessons or Online Private Cümbüş Lessons from our distinguished teachers and masters at Söyler Sanat Academy. ​ One-to-One Cümbüş Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Cümbüş Lessons are given at our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkey and West Bay, Doha - Qatar branches. At our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkiye branch; in Turkish and English languages At our West Bay, Doha - Qatar branch; Courses can be held in Turkish, English, French and Arabic. In our lessons; A three-stage education is given according to the level of the students: beginner level, intermediate level, advanced level. This level is determined by the level test performed by our instructors before registration. Our one-to-one lessons are conducted in private or in groups, depending on your preference and availability. Students who want to participate in the current Accreditation Program with the London Music Academy and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 students to apply (only at branches in Turkiye). In our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors in our training staff for One-to-One Cümbüş Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for One-to- One Cümbüş Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site. ​ You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Online Cümbüş Lessons (Private) As you know, after the pandemic that lasted for about 2 years, many institutions and organizations switched to the online system. We have prepared ourselves in this direction and started to serve you with our online lessons. ​ Our Online Private Cümbüş Lessons are held in Turkish, English, French and Arabic by video conference via Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications of your choice. ​ In our Online Private Cümbüş Lessons; Just like the One-to-One Cümbüş Lessons, a 3-stage education is given according to the level of the students: beginner level, intermediate level, advanced level. The level of our students is determined in advance by the level test made by our instructors. In our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors in our training staff for Online Cümbüş Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for Online Cümbüş Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site. ​ You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Our Lessons: ​ Ney Lessons Kaval Lessons Side Flute Lessons Oud Lessons Cümbüş Lessons Bağlama Lessons Kanun Lessons Guitar Lessons Kemane Lessons Violi n Lessons Cello Lessons Piano Lessons Clarinet Lessons Percussion Lessons Vocal Lessons DJ Lessons ​

  • Ney Atelier | Making Ney | Ney Types | Neyzen Sinan Söyler

    WELCOME Neyzen Sinan Söyler, unlike most instrument makers, has had a career in the performance of the instrument he makes for more than 20 years. Neyzen Sinan Söyler, who took lessons from well-known Ney masters in Turkiye's distinguished institutions and became one of the few Neyzens with his unique style that blended both the Tekke Style and other styles of Classical Turkish Music, learned the subtleties of Ney making by using different templates and by trial and error finding method during his career as a Neyzen he gained the necessary knowledge and skill on making Ney, and he started making Ney in his home workshop in 2011. Neyzen Sinan Söyler, who eventually developed his own template, founded the full-fledged Sinan Söyler Ney Workshop in Istanbul Başakşehir in 2013, and then moved the workshop to Beşiktaş district, where it still serves, since 2018. He applied for the proficiency exam held by the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism in 2020 which was postponed due to the pandemic, and after the pandemic, as the exam took place, he passed successfully and received the approval of the examination committee as he was recognized and registered as a Neyzen and Ney Producer Master by being given an Artist ID by the ministry. (H.K.B.B.M. Registration No: YB2022.0269) ​ Today, Sinan Söyler Ney Workshop is under the roof of Söyler Sanat Academy, serving in Turkiye and Qatar with two branches, one in Beşiktaş, Istanbul, and the other in the West Bay district of Doha, the capital of Qatar, that was inaugurated in May 2022 and sending the Sinan Söyler signature Ney flutes they make to all over the world. ​ Sinan Söyler Ney Atelier Beşiktaş Branch Istanbul Türkiye As Neyzen Sinan Söyler and the atelier team, we are people who have given their hearts to the Ney instrument. We do our work with enthusiasm and pleasure. We put forth our best. Although all of us are Neyzen or Neyzen candidates trained by Neyzen Sinan Söyler, we are deeply attached to our master, who taught us both how to play the Ney and how to craft the Ney. We share how our master makes the Ney in our video that we prepared for you at Beşiktaş İstanbul Branch of our atelier. The tunes pouring from the Neys we opened give us peace and we are very happy to experience this peace with our customers who prefer us to buy their Neys. ​ ​ Sinan Söyler Ney Atelier West Bay Branch Doha, Qatar Every reed that enters our workshop passes through the hands of our master Neyzen Sinan Söyler many times, until it becomes a Ney. He travels to different parts of Turkey, where Kargı Reeds ( Arundo Donax) are grown, and carefully selects the reeds that we will use to make Ney, one by one, from local collectors. He joins and supervises his team at every step of the process during the production of our neys. Is the reed suitable, is the sharpening correct, is the chord correct, is the workmanship clean... In this way, our Neys produced in both of our workshops are under the guarantee of replacement against any manufacturing defect. ​ ​ Our Atelier in Photos Beşiktaş - Istanbul & West Bay - Doha (Click on the image to enlarge it) Our Rehearsals Beşiktaş - Istanbul & West Bay - Doha Meşklerimiz Meşklerimiz Play Video Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Search video... Now Playing 04:33 Play Video Ada Sahilleri Now Playing 05:05 Play Video Bu Şehir Girdap Gülüm Now Playing 03:02 Play Video Beşiktaş, İstanbul Şubemiz Now Playing 02:12 Play Video Beşiktaş, İstanbul Şubemiz Everything About Ney We will give you as much information about Ney as we can. You can find almost everything you need to know or want to learn about Ney under the following headings. If you still have any questions about anything not covered here, please do not hesitate to write to us. Now let's take a look on the titles below with you; ( Choose a title below ) ​ ​ ​ ​ Sinan Söyler N ey Atelier Ney in History History of Ney Ney in Sufism Ney Today About Ney Ney's Structure and Features Ney Chords and Names Differences Between Turkish & Western Music Use of Fingers and Sounds on Ney Ney Care Ney Care and Possible Problems Change of Ney's Sound How to Lubricate Ney? What is Combustion in Ney? What is Mold in Ney? Strain on Ney Cracks and Breaks on Ney ​ ​

  • Kaval Dersleri | Birebir Kaval Dersleri | Online Kaval Dersleri | Söyler Sanat Akademisi

    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY KAVAL LESSONS History & Characteristics of Kaval KAVAL Welcome, Kaval is one of our Turkish origin national instruments and was first widely used by the Saka and Scythian Turks around 800 B.C., who lived between the Ural - Altai regions, and spread to Anatolia, the Middle East and the Balkans with the Migration of Tribes. German musicologist Curts Sachs also stated that Kaval is a Turkish instrument. In the archaeological excavations carried out in a kurgan tomb belonging to the Hun Turks in 1933 in the Jonoshid region of Hungary , an ötkeçin which is a double Kaval made of bone belonging to Turkish shepherds was found. Hungarian Denes Van Bartha examining this woodwind instrument dating from the Migration of Tribes era with its many types, confirmed that the spreading center of the Kaval instrument is the region between Ural and Altai, and it has also been confirmed that this instrument is one of the oldest civilization products belonging to the Turks. Kaval is derived from the word kav, meaning hollow thing. This name, which was ascribed to the instrument thousands of years ago, includes a common concept in the Turkish language that is generally unique to all wind instruments. The word Kaval was also used in Central Asian Balasagun Turks. It is called Khoval in the Crimean dialect, Khaval in the Chagatai dialect, Kabak Kaval in Azerbaijani, and Kaval, Gaval, Goval or Guvval in Anatolia. Kaval, which was first made of reed, later started to be made from horns and bones of animals and then from hardwoods. After the quintet sounds in the Pentatonic System were obtained , which is the system of Asian music, they emerged as 5 holes, the number of holes was increased to 8 in time. Today, it is manufactured with 1 hole at the bottom and 7 holes at the top. There are 2 types as Dilli Kaval and Dilsiz Kaval. On Dilli Kaval there is a whistle aparat at the tip of the pipe that provides sound production. The Dilsiz Kaval on the other hand, is a hollow pipe and the player produces the desired sound with breathing - blowing techniques. You can learn how to play Kaval or improve your current level by taking One-to-One Private Kaval Lessons or One-to-One Group Kaval Lessons or Online Private Kaval Lessons from our distinguished teachers and masters at Söyler Sanat Academy. ​ One-to-One Kaval Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Kaval Lessons are permanent at our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkey branch. At our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkiye branch; lessons are held in Turkish. In our lessons; A three-stage education is given according to the level of the students: beginner level, intermediate level, advanced level. This level is determined by the level test performed by our instructors before registration. Our one-to-one lessons are conducted in private or in groups, depending on your preference and availability. Students who want to participate in the current Accreditation Program with the London Music Academy and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 students to apply (only at branches in Turkiye). In our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors in our training staff for One-to-One Kaval Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for One-to- One Kaval Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site. ​ You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Online Kaval Lessons (Special) As you know, after the pandemic that lasted for about 2 years, many institutions and organizations switched to the online system. We have prepared ourselves in this direction and started to serve you with our online lessons. Our Online Private Kaval Lessons are held in Turkish by video conference via Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications of your choice. ​ In our Online Private Kaval Lessons; Just like the One-to-One Kaval Lessons, a 3-stage education is given according to the level of the students: beginner level, intermediate level, advanced level. The level of our students is determined in advance by the level test made by our instructors. In our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors in our training staff for Online Kaval Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for Online Kaval Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site. You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Our Lessons: ​ Ney Lessons Kaval Lessons Side Flute Lessons Oud Lessons Cümbüş Lessons Bağlama Lessons Kanun Lessons Guitar Lessons Kemane Lessons Violi n Lessons Cello Lessons Piano Lessons Clarinet Lessons Percussion Lessons Vocal Lessons DJ Lessons ​

  • Nota Arşivi | Ney Notaları - ACEMAŞİRAN - Ağlayarak geldim sana | Sinan Söyler

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