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  • Ney shipping and returns | Buy Ney | Sinan Söyler

    Shipping and Returns Our Cargo Delivery Policy Thank you for shopping from us. Due to Covid19, shipping agents continue to change their prices, so cargo delivery prices may differ. Therefore, if any additional charges arise for shipping delivery costs, this difference will be reflected in your shipping delivery cost. Thank you for your understanding. Important: We are not responsible for any special customs procedures applicable in your country of residence. Our Return for Replacement Policy Our products cannot be returned for refund as they are handcrafted upon your request. Our products are under replacement warranty in case of any manufacturing defects. If you encounter this problem with the product you have purchased from us, please make sure that you send the defective product to us within 15 days of purchase. We will replace the faulty product with a new one in the same configuration without paying any extra charge and send it to you by courier. We thank you.

  • Neyzen Sinan Söyler | Söyler Sanat Academy | Sinan Söyler Ney Atelier | Turk Meşk | Live Music - DJ Service - Studio - Equipment | Instrument Store | Note Archive | Istanbul - Turkiye | Doha - Qatar

    Music School Instrument Lessons One-to-One Lessons Online Lessons ENTE R Ney Manufacturing Turkish Neys Arabian Neys All about Ney ENTER Stringed instruments Bowed instruments Wind instruments Percussion instruments ENTER Turkish Music Scales Song-Folk-Hymn-Saying Note Archive ENTER Hello ! Neyzen SİNAN SÖYLER Sinan Söyler Me, My Team and What We Do... Sinan Söyler Sinan Söyler Sinan Söyler Sinan Söyler 1/15 ​ Hi there; First of all, welcome and thank you for visiting our site. If you allow me, let me tell you a little about myself, in case there are some of you wondering who this Sinan Söyler is... Those who know me a little bit will say that I am a very social person. In addition, many of you know that I have been a Tekke Lodge member that has been going on for a long time. Yes, this is a Sinan Söyler who has fellow dervish friends and walks on the path of dervishhood. When people first hear this, they may find it a little strange, wondering how such a modern-looking musician can become a Tekke member. At least I can say this, if there were no Tekke Lodge, Tekke Lodge Literature and Tekke Lodge Music, it would be almost impossible for us to carry our centuries-old musical and literary culture to this day. ​ I was born in Istanbul , my family came from Malatya Pütürge and settled in Istanbul 4 generations ago. We are 4 siblings, I have 1 older sister, 1 older brother and 1 younger sister. I am someone who has been involved with music since my childhood, so much so that I will never forget, I had a Walkman that I bought when I was 10-11 years old, I would put on headphones at night and listen to Dede Efendi and Tamburi Cemil Bey and fall asleep like that. Would you believe this is still the case, I cannot fall asleep otherwise. Maybe this is why I was not interested in lessons other than music during my school years and unfortunately, I was not a very successful student. For this reason, I was even able to graduate from high school externally. ​ ​ I entered the music world at a very early age. With the encouragement of my brother, who is also a musician and studied Vocal and Qanun at Istanbul Technical University State Conservatory , I became a regular member of the Bağcılar Association for the Preservation and Sustenance of Turkish Sufi Music in Istanbul , which operates within the Federation of Turkish Sufi Music Associations , as soon as I finished primary school. My first encounter with the Ney instrument was here. In fact, my first Ney was given to me as a gift by my esteemed teacher and spiritual elder here, Albay Ahmet . I took theoretical and practical lessons on Turkish Music and the Ney instrument, with an emphasis on Sufi Music . While I was playing the Ney as a basic instrument, I also started to learn how to play the Oud instrument. I was even very good at playing the oud. However, with the suggestions of my esteemed masters, I decided to give priority to my main instrument. At the end of my first 2 years in the association, I made a good progress in Ney and at the age of 15, I attracted the attention of Turkiye's leading Neyzens and I took lessons from our well-known Ney masters Neyzen Ömer Erdoğdular , and Prof. Dr. Neyzen Ali Tan . I was a good student when it came to music, but I guess I was also naughty. That's why my dear teacher Neyzen Ömer Erdoğdular kicked me out of the class three times. When I was expelled, I would go to my esteemed teacher Neyzen Ali Tan and knock on his door. Thanks to him, he would never turn me away and would take me in and make me sit next to him. After I was kicked out of the class for the last time by my dear teacher Neyzen Ömer Erdoğdular, we continued to advance my lessons with my dear teacher Neyzen Ali Tan. I had the opportunity to participate in tours and concerts organized by many organizations at home and abroad within the scope of Bağcılar Turkish Sufi Music Preservation and Sustainability Association. During my first trip abroad, I took part as Neyzen in an international tour that included Frankfurt , Mannheim , Heidelberg , Stuttgart in Germany and Strasbourg , Paris and Valence in France . Thanks to this institution, I had the opportunity to chat and practice with many of our masters in friendly meetings. Therefore, this institution has a very special place for me both in my personal life and in my music career. I am currently a member of this organization. I participate in the practices of the association and the organizations of the institution as Neyzen. ​ ​ Between 2011 and 2013 , during my military service, I served as Neyzen in the Turkish Armed Forces Harmony Band in Ankara for 15 months. As you will appreciate, hundreds of people applied for the talent test for the Harmony Harmonica, but thankfully we were given the opportunity and I completed a 15-month tenure here, which contributed greatly to my personal development. (Turkish Armed Forces Harmony Band, or simply Turkish Armed Forces Harmony Band, is the band that represents the Turkish Armed Forces at the force commands and General Staff level; it is affiliated with the Turkish Armed Forces Band Schools Command, gives concerts at home and abroad, and has its training center in Ankara. The choir was affiliated with the National Defense University after the coup attempt in Turkey in 2016. ​ After military service, I returned to Istanbul and in February 2013 , I started working as a Ney Instructor at Başakşehir Bilgievleri Music Schools affiliated with Başakşehir Municipality . By passing the exam in 2014 , I started the Turkish Classical Music semi-study associate degree program at Avcılar Municipal Conservatory , which operates under the supervision of Istanbul Technical University State Conservatory . At the same time, between 2014 and 2018 I continued to take lessons from Turkiye's well-known Ney masters, Prof. Dr. Süleyman Erguner and Prof. Dr. Ali Tüfekçi at Istanbul Technical University State Conservatory in Maçka campus, and also I continued to take private meshk style lessons from Neyzen Başar Dikici . ​ Obviously, a musician must know his instrument very well. I focused on Ney, which is my main instrument, and as a result of the training I received from my masters and my personal research, I became familiar with the intricacies of Ney making, first by using different templates and then by trial and error, I started to make Neys in my atelier at home since 2011. Finally , in 2013, I started to make Neys in my own template and established the first full-fledged Sinan Söyler Ney Atelier in Bahçeşehir . On one hand, I continued to work as a Ney Instructor at Başakşehir Bilgievleri Music Schools, on the other hand, I continued my education with my masters at ITU, at the same time I participated in meşks and concerts with the Bağcılar Turkish Sufi Music Conservation and Sustainability Association, and at the same time, I was opening Neys in my atelier in my remaining time. ​ I never like to brag about myself, but yes, I have a versatile and entrepreneurial personality. In this context , I founded my own music school, Söyler Sanat Academy, in Bahçeşehir, Istanbul, in 2017. My music school attracted many students from all over Turkiye, and in August 2018, I stopped working for Başakşehir Bilgievleri Music Schools and devoted all my time to my own music school and Ney atelier. I opened 2 new branches for my music school, in 2018 in Beşiktaş and in 2019 in Halkalı, increasing the total number of branches to three. At the same time, I moved my 6-year Ney atelier in Bahçeşehir to Beşiktaş at the ground floor of Söyler Sanat Academy. I collaborated with London Music Academy for the accreditation of Söyler Sanat Academy. Providing consultancy services to many private music schools in different cities of Turkiye, Söyler Sanat Academy has also included many famous names and great masters in its teaching team such as; Serhan Yasdıman (Guitar), Cafer Nazlıbaş (Kabak Kemane), Polat Akarçay (Dilsiz Kaval), Şaban Gölge (Violin), Murat Süngü (Cello), Kutsal Sütoğlu (Kanun), Ufuk Kaan İçli (Oud), Ayşegül Altıok (Vocal). ​ ​ However, the Covid-19 pandemic negatively affected the music and education sectors, as well as all sectors, and our music schools had to suspend their activities as of March 2020. During the pandemic, I continued to open Neys for the Ney lovers all over the world at the Sinan Söyler Ney Atelier in Beşiktaş, Istanbul. In my atelier , besides Turkish Neys, I also make Arabic Neys. At the beginning of 2020, the Neys I opened started to be sold online through our website . In addition, we continue to give one-to-one and online Ney lessons to our Turkish and foreign students from Turkiye, Germany, Albania, Greece, Qatar and other Gulf countries, Malaysia, USA and many other places. In the meantime, I applied for the Artist License Exam within the framework of the Intangible Cultural Heritages program opened by the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism in October 2020 and passed the ministry's council exam held in Ankara on October 22, 2021 in both branches. I successfully passed through and was awarded the Ministry of Culture Artist ID as a Neyzen and Ney Maker by the ministry ( HKBM Registration Number: YB2022.0269 ) ​ ​ Finally, at the end of the pandemic, in November 2021 , I took up a position as a contracted Ney Instructor at Beykoz Municipality Music School . My monthly trips to Qatar also started during this period. Together with Yusuf İlker Karaaslan, who has been living in Qatar for years and has now become my business partner, along with a few local and foreign musicians residing in Qatar and our own musicians we brought from Turkey, we entered into the music market which has just started to take shape in Qatar. While our musicians perform different genres of Turkish Music , with the addition of local and foreign musicians that were recruited locally we started to make music in different styles, from Arabic Music to Latin Music , and present it to our audience in various 5-star venues. Over a short time period the number of days and the venues we performed increased. We were aware of the potential of music organizations and music education within the framework of cultural activities as well as the music market within the current entertainment sector in Qatar. Thus, on May 8, 2022 , we simultaneously opened the Söyler Sanat Academy Doha Branch and Sinan Söyler Ney Atelier in the West Bay region in Doha the capital of Qatar and started with our musicians under our roof to provide private and group music education to our students from the international communities residing in Qatar, also producing Sinan Söyler signed Neys. As the new academic year started in Turkey, Söyler Sanat Academy Beşiktaş Branch has become re-active again as of September 2022 . I left my job at Beykoz Municipality due to the intensity of both the music school and new formation in Qatar. ​ As of October 2022 , we started performing six days a week in Qatar. As of March 2023 , we added three DJ s, one from Turkiye and two from other nationalities to our team in Doha and started providing DJ services . Of course, we made many purchases, both instruments and equipment, during this process. So, we set up a Home-Studio and a private stage for ourselves and started rehearsing, recording and shooting there. In fact, different musicians started renting our private stage that we have we set up for their rehearsals. In the first quarter of 2023 , we started to provide consultancy services by signing a cooperation and representation agreement with Angham Alshrq Music School , a local institution serving in Doha. Angham Alshrq Music School, a music school approved by the Ministry of Culture of Qatar , provides music education to local and foreign students residing in Qatar with its teaching staff, and also has a total of three instrument stores, two in Doha and one in Taksim Istanbul. These stores are authorized dealers of world-famous oud maker Yıldırım Palabıyık 's ouds and Sultan Music instruments, and they also manufacture their own Arabic style ouds in their oud workshop in Doha. Alngham Alshrq Music School mutually supports each other on the Arabian Attitude , and Söyler Sanat Academy on the Turkish Attitude . We plan to continue our activities by adding different instruments to our private and group lessons in our branch in Doha and in the Angham Alshrq Music School with which we cooperate, during the 2023-2024 academic year. We carry out joint activities in different projects with Angam Al Sharq, which also includes the organization company IntoSocials . In this way, we provide professional photo and video shooting and social media management services. In mid-2023 , we took this cooperation even further and became involved in the management of Angham Alshrq Musical Instruments Store Istanbul Branch . Here, we provide administrative consultancy as well as consultancy and support on sales and marketing. Finally, in August 2023 , we opened the Söyler Sanat Academy Kavacık Branch in Istanbul . After we took over the management of the institution, which had previously provided quality service for years under the name of Aydoğan Music School, as Söyler Sanat Academy, we first completely restored all areas, including the classrooms, and created a new instructor staff by adding many new instruments to the curriculum. There is also a fully equipped Recording Studio within our Kavacık branch. In our recording studio we provide technical services such as; recording , mastering , mix mastering , arrangements , acoustic clips and social media reels are offered, as well as stage rental opportunities for rehearsals. ​

  • About Ney | Types of Ney | Ney Care | Neyzen Sinan Söyler

    SİNAN SÖYLER NEY ATELIER NEY IN HISTORY Ney in History History of Ney Ney in Sufism Ney Today ​ History of Ney History of Ney Ney : In some Turkish dialects called: "Nai ", "Nay ", "Gagri Tuiduk ", "Gargy Tüyduk " or "Karghy Tuiduk " (It comes from the Anatolian Turkish word Gagri to fuss , meaning to wail, to beat up self, to complain. Gargy or Karghy corresponds to the word Kargı . Tuiduk or Tüyduk is also the Anatolian word Düdük that is flute), is a wind instrument made from Kargı reed (Arundo Donax ). There are also sub variations made of different materials known as "Sybyzghy " in Kazakh Turks and Altai Turks , "Quray " or "Kuray " in Bashkir , Tuva , Yakut and Sakha Turks , and these sub variations are blown as the way of Ney used to blown in Southern Azerbaijan and Iran by combining lips and teeth. ​ ​ Mahmud Kashgari , in his work called Divân-ı Lügati't-Türk , which describes Turkish culture and language, written at the beginning of the 11th century , states that the Ney was used in the ceremonies called " Sagu ", held for " Erler " (heroes, brave ones), describing death, virtue and pain. "Sagu" ceremonies are also known as " Yuğ " among the Turks. The lament elegies that are consisting of quatrains were called Sagut or Yuğut , sung in these ceremonies, which we call " Ağıt " in today's Turkish. In fact, when we associate it with the word Avutmak , which means to console, we can say that the words "Savutmak " and "Yavutmak " have been carried to the present day as "Avutmak". Since the sound produced by the Ney is very impressive and emotional, we can understand why the Turks blow the Ney in these ceremonies. Thanks to the Safavid Turkish dynasty and the Great Seljuk reign that ruled in Azerbaijan and Iran , Ney spread significantly in Iran and took the name "Nâ " or "Nay " (reed) in Persian . In other words, the instrument we call Ney in Anatolia, the Balkans , the Middle East and North Africa is a Turkish instrument that came from Central Asia , North and East Turkestan and took its name from Persian while passing through Iran on its journey to reach the western lands. Ney, which became widespread in the Arab society under the influence of the Mamluks , Ayyubids , Seljuks and Ottomans , was also named with the word "Mizmâr " (meaning windpipe, vocal organ), which is used for almost all Arabic wind instruments. It has always been called Ney in Turkiye , Cyprus , Azerbaijan , Western Thrace and Crimean Turkish . Ney, which spread and was used throughout the Balkans with the influence of the Ottomans; It is called "Ney" by Bosnians , Croatians , Greeks , Macedonians and Albanians , "Nai " by Serbs and Bulgarians , and "Nayu " in Romania . The most primitive form of the Ney instrument, which can be considered as its ancestor, was discovered for the first time in history in the Sumerian society, which was not Semitic or Aryan , and whose origins are still unknown. It is thought to have been used since 5000 BC , and the oldest Ney found in Northern Iraq dating back to the years 3000-2800 is today exhibited at the Philadelphia University Museum in America . It is thought that the instrument was generally used in religious ceremonies at that time. In addition, Ney became a Turkish instrument seen in all Turks from Siberia to the Balkans. ​ Ney in Sufism Ney in Sufism ​ Ney has become a symbol of Sufi Music in Turkish Geography . Ney is the main musical instrument in Sufi Music. The great Turkish Sufi Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi himself never played the Ney, but we often see Mevlana with the Ney in depictions. Instead of playing, which is used for a musical instrument, the term blowing is used for Ney. Blowing has a metaphorical meaning. It derives its origin from the religion of Islam , where God breathed his soul into man when he created him. Just like a person who comes to life by blowing a soul into a lifeless body, Ney comes to life by blowing on a dry hollow reed. Another analogy is that just as the eye of one's heart is gradually opened and completed by educating one's soul in Sufism, the Ney also opens in knots. Another element that enables the use of this metaphor is; Just as the "Tü " sound is made from the mouth when playing the flute and the "Pü " sound is made from the mouth for the Side Flute , the "Hû " sound is made from the mouth while blowing the Ney. Hû means "He " in Arabic and is often said in praise of Allah . Just as a Dervish Lodge Literature was formed in the written field, thanks to the rituals called Tesbih , Dhikr or Semah , which were performed in the Lodges and Dergahs , where everyone was a regular according to their own disposition, especially in the Ottoman period, as in other Turkish states since the Seljuk period, so too in Turkish Music , this tradition performed with the accompaniment of musicians during Tesbih, Dhikr and Semah ceremonies have created a Lodge Attitude , and thanks to the progress made in the field of Sufism with the accumulation of centuries, Sufi Music as well as Sufi Literature was born. Ney has become the main instrument of Sufi Music due to the fact that it has been an instrument used in religious ceremonies since the early times. For this reason, Ney; Although it is considered an ordinary instrument in other societies and has become one of the indispensable instruments of the lively melodies of the Arab and Iranian geography, in Turkish societies and societies that are heavily influenced by the Turks in terms of religion and culture, it has gained a more otherworldly identity and is associated with religion and Sufism. Despite this, it was included in the Mehter Band in the Ottoman Empire and was performed frequently in both folk music and palace music assemblies. ​ Ney Today Ney Today ​ Today, "Ney" is considered a Turkish Instrument . Ney, translated as Turkish Flute in English and Türkische Flöte in German , is known with the equaling word for Turkish Flute in almost all world languages. However, within the historical cycle till today, Ney; developed in 3 main styles as Turkish Ney , Arabic Ney and Iranian Ney . ​ Ney is a primitive instrument... Therefore, it is not possible to explain it in a single theory like flute, clarinet and other systematized instruments that emerged later. For this reason, Ney can only be learned fully and accurately through Meşk , that is, by practicing one-to-one with Neyzens , who are Ney Masters . In this way, Ney has been passed down from generation to generation and has survived to this day in our music. Like all other musical instruments, the Ney has evolved. We have many Neys from the Ottoman period. At the same time, when we examine the Neys, which have now gained antique value, collected from the geographies where the Ney is used, we see that the masters of the Ney used different templates, fret systems and measurements. Turkish Neys have been revised in the last century. Kutb-i Nayi Niyazı Sayın is currently 95 years old and he has revised the Ney instrument with the Pitch Shift system. The current standard Ney fret system and measurements belong to Niyazi Sayın. Ney, which generally has a vocal range of 2.5 octaves and thanks to the skill of Neyzen, can reach to 3 octaves , has become the center of attention of westerners in recent years due to the development of communication and logistics. Ney, which was previously only used by those interested in Sufi culture in Western countries, has now taken its place in Western Music and the music of other cultures in modern music performances, and has spread from South America to Asia as an instrument on which all types of music can be performed, including Pop , Fantasy , Jazz and Rock . It has started to make a name for itself all over the world, right down to its extremes. ​ 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 ​ ​ ​

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    SOYLER SANAT ACADEMY GUITAR LESSONS History & Characteristics of Guitar GUITAR Welcome, The guitar is a widely used stringed instrument almost all over the world today . It is generally claimed to come from the Oud or the ancient Greek instrument, the Kithara. However , in 1960 , Dr. As a result of the research conducted by Michael Kasha, these claims were found to be false. Because Dr. According to Michael Kasha's research, yes, Oud and Guitar share common ancestors, but they developed separately from each other and Oud did not have a serious contribution to the evolution of today's Guitar. The Kithara theory is completely unfounded, and the only evidence shown for this claim is the word similarity between Greek Kithara and Spanish Guitarra . Whereas, the Guitar is a different type of instrument from the Kithara and they have no similarity apart from the name. The guitar is an instrument with a long fretted neck, a flat wood soundboard, and a straight back, often with curved sides. With these features, the Guitar is distinguished from other tanburs such as the Oud and the Lavta, which have a short neck, a large pear-shaped body, a high inclination on the back, a sharp angled and detailed pin head, which are fretless in the east and used in Europe by adding a fret . The oldest instrument, showing all the basic features of the guitar, dates back to BC. Although it belongs to a 3300 year old Hittite Guitar, it is found in Alaca Höyük ruins. In addition, it is a common finding that Guitar first went to the Arab world through Iran and to Europe with the Arab conquest of Spain. Maghreb and Latin Guitar types began to appear in the 12th century. In the 15th century , it developed towards the Lute and took the name Mandola or Mandora . In the 15th century, when the main lines of today's guitar were formed, the Latin guitar is known as Vihuela with plectrum . This instrument, which continued to develop until the end of the 1500s, was the first note in the birth of today's Guitar. gives. ​ From the 16th to the 18th centuries , guitar melodies were written in the form of Tabulatur (a system of notation that indicates finger positions instead of pitches) or an alphabetic system of chord symbols. In 1586 , the first Guitar method was for a 5 double stringed instrument known as the Spanish Guitar . Instruments ( Chartar ) with similar characteristics to the previous Guitar have 4 strings and Vihuela has 6 double strings . Baroque after Vihuela Guitar 5 double strings; Recently used Classic Guitars are 6 single strings . ​ In the 19th century , changes were made to the Guitar that increased the sound. Its body was enlarged, its depth was reduced, the chest cover became thin.​ In the 1850s , Spanish master Antonio Torres enlarged the dimensions of the body and rearranged its proportions, and the modern Classical Guitar took its current form. This new model seriously improved the sound, tone and reflection of the instrument and was soon accepted as the construction standard. To this day, this design has remained unchanged. At the same time as the Spanish master Torres, among them Christan Fredrich German immigrants who immigrated to America, including Martin started making guitars with X-balcony. In the 1900s , steel wire became widely available. Even though the steel strings provided loud sound their tension was too high for Torres style. Reinforced X-balcony_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb358-1365 proved to work equally and badly It soon became the production standard for the Steel String Guitar . ​ In the late 1900's Orville Gibson made the Archtop Guitar with oval sound holes . Like the combination of Steel String Guitar and Cello , it did not apply any force on the bridge, it applied pressure directly down. This allowed the highs to vibrate more freely and therefore produce a louder sound. In the early 1920s, designer Lloyd Loar joined Gibson and brought the Archtop Jazz Guitar into its familiar f-hole form today . Towards the end of the 1920s, the Electric Guitar was born with the addition of pickups to the Jazz Guitar. You can learn to play the guitar or improve your current level by taking Private Guitar Lessons, One-to-One Group Guitar Lessons or Online Private Guitar Lessons from our valuable teachers and instructors in our staff at Söyler Sanat Academy. ​ One-to-One Guitar Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Guitar Lessons It is given at our branches in Beşiktaş, Istanbul - Turkey and West Bay, Doha - Qatar. 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 Academy of Music and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 people ( only at branches in Turkey ). In our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff for One-to-One Guitar Lessons. For One-to-One Guitar Lessons, please contact us about the lesson program and lesson fees of our instructors and instructors 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 Guitar 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 Guitar Lessons are held in Turkish by video conference via one of the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications. ​ In our Online Private Guitar Lessons; Just like in One-to-One Guitar 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. For Online Guitar Lessons within our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff. For Online Guitar Lessons, please contact us about the lesson program and lesson fees of our instructors and instructors 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 Violi n Lessons Cello Lessons Piano Lessons Clarinet Lessons Percussion Lessons Vocal Lessons DJ Lessons ​

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    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY PIANO LESSONS History & Features of Piano PIANO Welcome, Piano; is a stringed instrument with clavy. It is sometimes considered a percussion instrument because it makes a sound when the hammers in the mechanism hit the strings by pressing the keys on the keyboard. The earliest known ancestor of stringed keyboard instruments is a Chinese Ke dating back to year BC 2650. This instrument was approximately 1.5 m long and consisted of 50 strings attached to the top of a wooden box. Each string was made of 81 fibers , and a talented musician could achieve the lower and upper quintet of the string's sound using the right methods. Ke, which was developed later, reached a structure where Moving Bridges are used on 25 strings ; For every 5 strings, a different colored bridge was used. The moving bridge system allowed the expert musician to reach very different sound colors. In Europe, there was Pythagoras's instrument called the Monochord, which he used around BC 500 years to find the mathematical relationships of musical sounds. There was 1 wire fixed on top of a wooden box and it had a scale on which different sound levels were marked by means of a paper placed under the wire. By pulling the string with fingers from different positions where these degrees were shown, sounds of different pitches were obtained. The Greeks often used the Monocord where Roman Empire also used it, especially in the church, to facilitate the entrance of the choir into tone. Guido of Arezzo adapted Moving Bridges for the instrument to make the intonation precise. The movable bridge also accelerated other innovations that would follow, and the Klavis (Keyboard) was added to the Monochord, where strings were increased. Each key on Klavis had its own plectrum; When the key was pressed, the plectrum would pull the string and release it from a point suitable for the pitch of the sound to be obtained. Klavis allowed the number of strings to increase in a short time. 12th and 13th centuries. With the trials, it was aimed that the instrument would have the ability to give all sounds. These trials gave birth to an instrument called Clavicytherium. The instrument thought to have been discovered in Italy in 1300 and was developed in Germany. The strings were arranged in a triangle, as on the Harp, and were drawn with feather plectrums fixed to the tip of the Clavi's . Clavicytherium also developed and formed the Clavichord. The first clavichord models, produced in the 15th century, were based on a system in which the strings were not pulled with a plectrum, but vibrated, unlike other instruments. They had 20-22 metal wires. The clavichord, which was highly developed at the end of the 16th century and the beginning of 17th century, had become the most popular instrument of its time. Even after the invention of Pianoforte in the 18th century, the clavichord remained popular for a long time. In 1503, Giovanni Spinetti of Venice invented a new rectangular, four-octave stringed keyboard instrument. The rectangular structure allowed the soundboard to expand and the strings to be longer; Spinetti covered almost the entire surface with wires. However, the long strings did not allow the plectrum to touch the strings directly; In order to obtain sound, the plectrum had to pull the string and let it go. This instrument was named the Spinet after its inventor . While the models produced by Spinetti were out of the keyboard instrument, after 1550 Rossi of Milan developed models that included the keyboard in the instrument. Spinet evolved into the winged Harpsichord. In 1579, a third set of strings was added, resonating from an upper octave. In the 17th century, it was in a position to compete with the most popular instrument of the period, the lute. In the years that followed, it became Europe's most popular instrument and profoundly influenced composing techniques. In France , composers focused on this instrument such as Chambonniéres and Louis Couperin, together with their followers Jean-Philippe Rameau and François Couperin, formed the famous French Harpsichord School. The instrument deeply influenced the Bach family in Germany and the Italian composer Scarlatti in Spain. Florentine Bartolomeo Cristofori invented a new musical instrument in 1711. It was possible to make both light sounds and strong sounds on this instrument. Therefore, it is called Piano e forte, which means light and strong in Italian. The sounds of the piano, which is considered a new invention, were obtained by the small sounds covered with leather, actuated by the keys and hitting the strings. The mechanism of the instrument included small hammers in the number of sounds, the levers that actuate those hammers, and a silencer cloth section that stopped the strings from vibrating. After that, each part of the piano was developed by examining and working on them separately, and today's perfect pianos were presented to us. The sound width of the modern piano consists of seven octaves, from the deep “la” to the thin “do”, and a minor triad. However, six and a half octaves is enough to play classical piano literature. A standard piano has a total of 88 keys, 52 white keys and 36 black keys . It is divided into two as console type piano and grand piano. However, nowadays, digital pianos are also preferred because they are economical and ergonomic. The piano has pedals as well as keys. Therefore, it is an instrument played with both hands and feet. ​ You can learn to play the piano or improve your current level by taking Private Piano Lessons, One-to-One Group Piano Lessons, or Online Private Piano Lessons from our valuable teachers and instructors at Söyler Art Academy. ​ One-to-One Piano Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Piano Lessons are given in our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkey and West Bay, Doha - Qatar branches. 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 Academy of Music and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 people ( only at branches in Turkiye ). A different price policy is followed for One-to-One Piano Lessons in our academy, depending on the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff. For One-to-One Piano Lessons, please contact us about the course schedule and tuition fees of our instructors and instructors you prefer. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site. ​ Bu formu kullanarak ÖN KAYIT yapabilirsiniz Online Piano 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 Piano Lessons are held in Turkish by video conference via one of the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications. ​ In our Online Private Piano Lessons; Just like the One-to-One Piano 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. A different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff for Online Piano Lessons within our academy. For Online Piano Lessons, please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors and instructors you prefer. 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    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY DJ LESSONS History and Characteristics of DJing DJ Welcome , A disc jockey , more commonly known as a DJ , is a person who plays previously professionally recorded music for the audience or listeners. As the name suggests, DJing is one of the newest professions in the field of music, as discs and similar electronic recording devices and recorded music have been developed in the last 100 years, starting from the 1900 s. Types of DJs include radio DJ s (who host programs on music radio stations), club DJ s (who work at a nightclub or music festival), mobile DJ s (who are hired to work at public and private events such as weddings, parties or festivals). ) and turntablists (those who use record players, usually turntables, to manipulate sounds on phonograph records). While originally the "disc" in "disc jockey" referred to shellac and later vinyl records, today DJ is a term used to describe people who mix and play music from other recording media, such as cassettes, CDs, digital audio files, or even their laptop. It has become a term. DJs, who may be perceived as just playing music at first glance, must have a good ear, musical taste and, moreover, detailed technical knowledge. DJs may take the title "DJ" in front of their real name, adopted pseudonym, or stage name. DJs often use audio equipment that can play at least two recorded music sources simultaneously. This allows them to combine tracks together to create transitions between recordings and develop unique mixes of songs. This involves aligning the rhythms of musical sources so that when played together their rhythms and tempos do not clash, providing a smooth transition from one song to the next. DJs often use small audio mixers with special DJ mixer , crossfader and cue functions to mix or transition from one song to another. Mixers are also used to pre-listen to recorded music sources through headphones and set upcoming tracks to be mixed with the currently playing music. DJ software can be used with a DJ controller device to mix audio files on a computer instead of a console mixer. DJs can also use microphones to talk to the audience; They also use effect units such as reverb and electronic musical instruments such as drum machines or synthesizers to create sound effects. As technology progresses every day and new functions are added to electronic devices, the electronic equipment used by DJs is constantly renewed and updated. Nowadays, DJs have started to accompany live instruments as well. Although synchronization is still a problem in these shows, which take place by connecting both the instruments and the DJ console to a separate mixer, various devices and software are newly introduced to match the tone and tempo of the music played by DJs to the tone and rhythm of the instrument they accompany. ​ You can learn to DJ or improve your current level by taking One-to-One Private DJ Lessons, One-to-One Group DJ Lessons or Online Private DJ Lessons from our professional DJs at Söyler Art Academy. ​ Birebir DJ'lik Dersleri (Özel veya Grup) ​ One-on-one DJ Lessons are always given at our Beşiktaş and Kavacık Istanbul TR and West Bay , Doha QA branches. In our Beşiktaş and Kavacık, Istanbul - Türkiye branches; Lessons are given in Turkish , English and Arabic languages. In our West Bay, Doha - Qatar branch; Lessons are given in Turkish , English , Spanish and Arabic languages. ​ In our lessons; Training is provided in three stages 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. ​ Within our academy, a different pricing policy is followed for One-to-One DJ Lessons depending on the qualifications of our teachers and instructors in our training staff. Please contact us for the lesson schedule and lesson fees of our preferred teachers and instructors for One-on-One DJ Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our website, e-mail or chat on the site. You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Online DJing Lessons (Private) As you know, after the pandemic that lasted about 2 years, many institutions and organizations switched to online systems. We have prepared ourselves in this direction and started to serve you with our online courses. Our Online Private DJ Lessons are held in Turkish , English , Arabic and Spanish via video conferencing via one of the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications of your choice. ​ In our Online Private DJ Lessons; Just like in One-to-One DJ Lessons, training is provided in 3 stages according to the level of the students: beginner , intermediate and advanced . The levels of our students are determined in advance with the level test carried out by our instructors. Within our academy, a different pricing policy is followed for Online DJ Lessons depending on the qualifications of our teachers and instructors in our training staff. Please contact us for the course schedule and course fees of our preferred teachers and instructors for Online DJing 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 ​

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    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY CLARINET LESSONS History & Features of Clarinet CLARINET Welcome, Clarinet (also known as clarinet or clarinet) is a type of wind instrument made of hard and durable trees, usually ebony. It is an instrument widely used in many countries of the world, including Turkey. There are some made of ebonite, which is a type of hard rubber, and there are also some made of metal. Clarinets consist of five parts, these are: Mouthpiece (Bright) Barrel upper body Underbody Kalak (also called Pavillon) The body of the clarinet is cylindrical. The mouth part is wider than the oboe's mouth. Carefully carved and shaped, this reed The piece is attached to the mouthpiece. The reed is vibrated by the player's breath, causing the air in the pipe to vibrate sound allows to be obtained. The player's left hand is held upwards and his right hand is held downwards, towards the ground with a slight inclination. Flute AndOboe Like , there is a metal mechanism in the body of the clarinet that serves to open and close the sound holes.1840 during "Boehm system " After being applied to the flute, Paris Conservatory lecturer and clarinetistKlose He saw that this system was also suitable for the clarinet, and the Boehm system was applied to the clarinet. Later, this system was developed by different people at different times. ​ Clarinet, historicalChalumeau (Şalumo) in the 19th century This woodwind instrument, performed in orchestras under its name, was the ancestor of the clarinet. This name, which comes from French, was the general name of wind instruments. in the same centurydenner He took the first step towards today's system by developing the instrument maker Şalümo.18. Incorporating the instrument discovered in the 19th century into the orchestra1750 It happened in .1800 The clarinet became widespread in chamber orchestras in the 1990s.Mozart It is known that the role of .1812 He is a lecturer at the Paris Conservatory inIvan Müller He added different mechanics to the clarinet. Müller's13 keys The instrument he created was more complex than Denner's system. In 1840, the metal key mechanism for sound systems was used in the clarinet, as well as in the flute and oboe. Klose, a lecturer in the Clarinet department at the Paris Conservatory, after applying the Boehm System to the clarinet.1860 Mechanical developments on the instrument continued until 1988.1900-1925 Between 1990 and 1999, the clarinet began to take an important place in radio and studio recordings. Curtain The main purpose of the systems was to obtain better quality acoustics. With Torch in the 1600s1.5 octave Starting out with its broad sound, the clarinet has taken its place in education methods in conservatories and music literature today as the indispensable wind instrument of classical, jazz and pop orchestras with its soft and dark sound in Mozart's concertos and quintets. ​ Clarinets have a very crowded family. It consists of many similar types. E flat small clarinet (makes the minor triplet sound of the written note sound) Re minor clarinet * Do clarinet (announces the same note as written) B flat clarinet (produces the major double deep sound of the written note) La clarinet (makes the minor triplet deep sound of the written note sound) Basset horn (Fa) (Announces the full fifth deep sound of the written note) Mi flat alto clarinet (produces the major sixth deep sound of written notes) B flat bass clarinet (makes the major ninth deep sound of the written note sound) La bass clarinet (announces the 1 octave and minor third deep sound of the written note) B flat contrabass clarinet (announces 2 octaves and major double deep sound of the written voice) All of these instruments are played the same way. Anyone who learns to play one of them well can, after a very short period of getting used to it, play any of the other ones. Only four of them are used permanently in the orchestra. E flat small clarinet B flat clarinet La clarinet B flat bass clarinet All four instruments are not used in every work. Usually composers use two B-flat clarinets. If it is a trio orchestra formation, a bass clarinet is also added. In larger orchestras, an E flat clarinet and an E flat clarinet may be added. A clarinet is an instrument very close to the B flat clarinet. The length of the A clarinet is slightly longer than the B flat clarinet, and its tone is slightly darker. The playing style and sound width are the same. However, the B flat clarinet plays the major second half of the written note, and the A clarinet plays the minor third part of the written note. Composers use one of these two types of clarinets. The most important reasons for this are: If a darker tone is desired. If there are many sharps in the work. If it is necessary to use the C sharp sound from the deepest part of the clarinet part. ​ The notes of the clarinet are written in the G key. sound width4 octaves up to. All diatonic and chromatic sounds can be obtained within this width. These sounds are not used much because it is a bit difficult to play notes finer than the G note in the fourth additional line. If it is desired to use it, a small clarinet can be used. It is obtained chromatically from the lowest E note to the B flat note in the next octave by opening the sound holes sequentially from bottom to top. The production of sounds in the lower part of this B-flat is slightly different from that of flute and oboe. In flute and oboe, the sounds that come after the deepest fundamental sounds are obtained as the second congeners (one octave thin) of these fundamental sounds, and in the lower ones, they are generally obtained as the fourth congeners (two octaves thin) of the principal sounds. On the clarinet (since its body is cylindrical), the resulting chords are odd numbers (3, 5, 7, 9). The third line, the Si sound, is the third continuum of the Mi sound, which is the deepest written sound of the clarinet, and can be produced as a result of lip and breath adjustment and the help of an auxiliary pitch, that is, it is 1 octave and a full 5th. The sounds from this Si sound to the third additional line Fa are obtained chromatically in this way. The sounds in the finer parts of Fa are obtained in various ways, which may vary depending on each clarinetist and clarinet structure. ​ The clarinet has four different resonance zones: Low tone region: It is the region from the lowest sound, E, to the F sharp note, one octave lower. It can be described with the words rich, metallic, mysterious, dark and dramatic. This sound region is also called the "Şalumo" (Chalumeau) region. "Şalumo" is the name of an old instrument that is the ancestor of the clarinet. Bad sounds: It is the region from the G note to the B flat note three half frets later, they are the worst sounds of the clarinet, they are weak, faded and a little more difficult to obtain. Middle sound region: The second additional line from the note Si to the note C is the most beautiful sounds of the clarinet. This region is called the "Klarino" (Clarino) sound region. The most beautiful and effective clarinet solos were written in this sound region. These sounds are clear, bright, warm and impressive. Thin sound region: The second additional line is the thinner sounds after Do. It has a tone that is harsh and disturbing when played loudly, but warm and soft when played low, close to the sound color of a flute. ​ Turkish music clarinet used in the performance,(G) G Clarinet 'truck.Aubert This type of clarinet, made in the Turkish music system, is known in our music for its structure and sound width specific to Turkish Music. In our country1900 The Aubert system has been performed on the G clarinet since the 1990s until today. Although B flat clarinet can also be used for Turkish music, due to its ease of playing,G Clarinet is preferred for Turkish music . There are fundamental differences between the two clarinets. The G clarinet is longer than the B flat clarinet. ​ When talking about Turkish Music Clarinet masters, the first thing that comes to mind isMustafa Kandıralı income.1930 Kandıra-İzmit born doyen15 He started playing the clarinet professionally from his age, Akopos Alyanaktan received special training and2020 He was accepted as a school of Turkish-style clarinet by receiving many awards throughout his artistic life until his death in 1999. ​ Today's Turkish style clarinet master, who is also considered a school, is 1976 in the yearIzmir born in and 5 who has been playing the clarinet since the age ofHüsnü Şenleyen is. ​ One-to-One Clarinet Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Clarinet Lessons are given in our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkey and West Bay, Doha - Qatar branches. 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 Academy of Music and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 people ( only at branches in Turkey ). A different price policy is followed for One-to-One Clarinet Lessons in our academy, depending on the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff. For One-to-One Clarinet Lessons, please contact us about the course schedule and tuition fees of our instructors and instructors 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 Clarinet 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 Clerinet Lessons are held in Turkish by video conference via one of the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications. ​ In our Online Private Clarinet Lessons; Just like the One-to-One Piano 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. A different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff for Online Piano Lessons within our academy. For Online Clarinet Lessons, please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors and instructors 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 Derslerimiz: ​ Ney Dersleri Kaval Dersleri Yan Flüt Dersleri Ud Dersleri Cümbüş Dersleri Bağlama Dersleri Kanun Dersleri Gitar Dersleri Kemane Dersleri Keman Dersleri Çello Dersleri Piyano Dersleri Klarnet Dersleri Perküsyon Dersleri Şan Dersleri DJ'lik Dersleri ​

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    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 ​

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    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY O​UD LESSONS History & Characteristics of Oud OUD Welcome, Oud is a stringed instrument widely used in Turkey, Turkic Republics, Iran, Arab countries and the Balkans today. The origin of the word Oud comes from El-Oud, which means aloe vera or oxwood in Arabic. In some sources, it is said that Farabi ( 871-952) invented the Oud, but long before Farabi, there are Oud and similar instruments were illustrated in miniatures and reliefs. Oud, whose history dates back to the 19th and 20th dynasties in ancient Egypt, gained its current structure in the 10th century. Oud entered Europe in two ways, from Spain via Andalusia and then from the Balkans via the Seljuks and Ottoman Empire. Europeans came to know the Oud during the Crusades between the 11th and 13th centuries and during their struggle with Andalusia and named this instrument, which they took to Europe and named as Luth in French, Lute in English, Laute in German, Liuto or Alaut in Italian, Laúd or Luit in Spanish. Lute and Guitar are instruments derived from Oud. The main reason why Farabi is perceived as the inventor of the Oud is that he was a musician who has mastered the Oud and the tuning system he brought to the Oud. Farabi, who was one of those who gave the most comprehensive information about the Oud in his period, added the 5th string to the Oud, which was a 4-string instrument until that time. In this period, there were curtain ties on the handle of the oud and these were abandoned towards the end of the 10th century. It is not known when the thickest string, called the Bam string, was added, but it is thought to have been added by the Anatolian Turks. This string was worn under the highest strings until the first quarter of the 20th century. In 1954, this string was placed on top of the lowest strings by Cafer Açın, and all strings were arranged from bottom to top, from treble to low. There are four types of tuning for oud strings, which are as follows: 1) The traditional five-stringed Oud (from thin to thick); sol-re-la-mi-re; 2) Contemporary six-stringed Oud (in the same order): sol-re-la-mi-re-la ( Targan sometimes used this thick la as a deep Sol depending on the piece he is going to play); 3) Bacanos' the change made by Bacanos as; sol-re-la-mi-si-fa; 4) Cinuçen Tanrıkorur's tuning system as; sol-re-la-mi-si-bass mi The production of the Oud, which consists of five basic elements, namely the hull (body), chest (cover), neck, pegs and strings, starts from the hull, as can be seen in the element order.​ Oud's hull; 70 cm long , 2 to 4 cm wide and 3 mm thick slices of leaves or circles on a mold consisting of 4-5 cm thick pieces glued in width and length, resembling a ship's hull , mostly between them - both for aesthetics and durability - with a contrast colored single or by placing double fillets and processing. In its classical construction, the hull is usually made of mahogany, walnut, paduk, vengi, butterfly, rarely plum or olive wood. Today, the Oud hull made of; walnut, mahogany, plum, apricot, maple, cherry, or imported woods such as magase, vengi, rosewood. The most important is the top plate, as in the violin. In order to be successful in sound, the table or also called as the chest , must be made of high quality and very dry spruce wood. However, the plate should not be thick to get a nice and soft sound. Because sound waves reflect on the Oud's hull, reflecting on the table, and vibrate. Soundboard has an importance of 75% in Oud, if this is followed, it will be possible to get a good sound. You can learn how to play Oud or improve your current level by taking One-to-One Private Oud Lessons or One-to-One Group Oud Lessons or Online Private Oud Lessons from our distinguished teachers and masters at Söyler Sanat Academy. ​ One-to-One Oud Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Oud 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 Oud Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for One-to- One Oud 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 Oud 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 Oud 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 Oud Lessons; Just like the One-to-One Oud 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 Oud Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for Online Oud Lessons. 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    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY VIOLIN LESSONS History & Features of Violin VIOLIN Welcome, It is the smallest member of the Violin family, which also includes Violin, Viola and Cello, and plays almost the highest tone. Kemanda There are 4 strings . The chord sounds are from low to treble and are in the form of sol, re, la and mi . The violin consists of 8 main parts. These parts are: the body, the upper part, the lower part, the black board, the black ebony part behind the bridge holding the wires, the sill, the snail and the keys. The length of the violin, which is difficult to make, is 60-62 centimeters . 38 centimeters of it is the trunk, and 25 centimeters is the stem. The body is hollow and made of thin wood. The bow of the violin is called Arse and it can be made of artificial or real horse hair or a material called Raw Line. The violin bow is 75 cm long. In addition, resin is applied to the Arşe to smooth the violin bow or to beautify the sound. ​ Although it is not known exactly where the violin was made for the first time , the most primitive form of bow, which has a great meaning for the development of music, is encountered in Asian societies, which first domesticated the horse and used the horse's tail hair to produce music . For this reason , we can say that the first ancestors of the violin, which is a string instrument, originated in Central Asia. Rebab One of the most important ancestors of violin. It also helped the introduction and spread of string instruments in Europe during the Andalusian period. At the next stage in the formation of the violin we encounter the 3-string Vielle A'archet . They are the first instruments played on the shoulder. It was played by traveling saz poets in France, and its development and reach to the public were ensured. The first violin, similar to the one we know today , emerged in the Italian peninsula in the 1550s. Violin master Andrea Amati made the first Violin in 1555 . Violin development in Italy in the following centuries increased and continued in France, England , Germany , Russia and other countries. Although the violin preserved its original form, it underwent some changes in the 18th century. In the contemporary violin, the body and neck are longer and the bridge is higher. ​ It is not known exactly when the violin came to Turkey. It is known that the oldest examples of the violin have been found in cities such as Istanbul and Trabzon, which have close relations with the Latin countries. It is known that Makbul İbrahim Pasha, one of the grand viziers of Suleiman the Magnificent , played the violin. Before the violin, the only instrument in our music was the Rebab. The Viola d'Amore during the reign of Sultan Mahmud I was called Viola d'Amore , which is the Sine Violin, similar to the Turkish instrument used until recently . According to all sources until the Violin Corci, although those who played the old Turkish Violin , that is, the Sine Violin, were Turks, in the 18th century , or rather, after Corci, non-Turkish people eager to play the Western Violin._cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ Since the seven-stringed Sine Keman's voice is somewhat muffled and resembles the Kemençe, it was preferred more by those who understand music. Until the beginning of the 19th century, the artists who played the violin used both types of violin. Later, the Cine Violin was forgotten. His last executives were Mustafa Sunar and Nuri Duyguer . ​ You can learn to play the Guitar or improve your current level by taking Private Violin Lessons, One-to-One Group Violin Lessons or Online Private Violin Lessons from our valuable teachers and instructors at Söyler Art Academy. ​ One-to-One Violin Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Violin Lessons are given in our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkey and West Bay, Doha - Qatar branches. 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 Academy of Music and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 people ( only at branches in Turkey ). A different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff for One-to-One Violin Lessons within our academy. For One-to-One Violin Lessons, please contact us about the lesson program and course fees of our instructors and instructors you prefer. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site. ​ Bu formu kullanarak ÖN KAYIT yapabilirsiniz Online Violin 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 Violin Lessons are held in Turkish by video conference via one of the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications. ​ In our Online Private Violin Lessons; Just like in the One-to-One Violin 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. For Online Violin Lessons within our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors and instructors in our training staff. For Online Violin Lessons, please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors and instructors you prefer. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site.​ ​ Bu formu kullanarak ÖN KAYIT yapabilirsiniz 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 ​

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    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY NEY LESSONS NEY Welcome, Ney is one of our national instruments of Turkish origin and has a spiritual value in Sufi philosophy. In addition, it is a widely used instrument in Turkey, other Turkish republics, Iran, Arab countries and the Balkans. In recent years, it has begun to attract attention almost all over the world and has become used in the performance of different types of music. History BC It dates back to 5000 years ago (If you would like to get more detailed information about the history, features, construction, maintenance and use of the Ney instrument, we recommend you to visit our Sinan Söyler Ney Workshop page on our website, which contains only Ney-related content). https://www.sinansoyler.com/neyatolyesi ​ Sinan Söyler, who has been developing his career as "Neyzen" for more than 20 years, is also a Ney producer who has been playing Ney with the template he developed himself for 11 years. T.R. Sinan Söyler, who was given an Artist ID by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and registered in the fields of Ney performance and Ney making, has trained many students to date. Now, most of these students have graduated from various conservatories or are currently studying, some of them work as teachers and teach the Ney instrument to their students, some of them are playing the Ney instrument, and some of them are masters of Ney performances. Even though our Ney lessons are given by our other teachers and instructors, they always continue in a controlled manner under the supervision of our teacher Neyzen Sinan Söyler in all our branches. ​ At Söyler Sanat Academy, you can take one-to-one Private Ney Lessons, One-to-one Group Ney Lessons or Online Private Ney Lessons from Neyzen Sinan Söyler, the founder of our music school and also the founder of Sinan Söyler Ney Workshop, and other valuable Ney teachers and Ney instructors serving in our staff. You can learn to blow ney or improve your current level. History & Features of Ney One-to-One Ney Lessons (Private or Group) ​ One-to-One Ney Lessons are always given in our Beşiktaş and Kavacık , Istanbul TR and West Bay , Doha QA branches. In our Beşiktaş and Kavacık, Istanbul - Türkiye branches; Lessons are given in Turkish . In our West Bay, Doha - Qatar branch; Lessons can be given in Turkish , English and Arabic languages. In our lessons; Training is provided in three stages 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 Turkey). Within our academy, a different pricing policy is followed for One-to-One Ney Lessons depending on the qualifications of our teachers and instructors in our training staff. For One-to-One Ney Lessons, please contact us for the course schedule and course fees of our preferred teachers and instructors. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our website, e-mail or chat on the site. ​ However, in addition to the education you will receive in the lessons, we strongly recommend that you follow the lesson videos we prepared using multiple cameras with Neyzen Sinan Söyler, which we publish free of charge on social media. You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Online Ney Lessons (Private) As you know, after the pandemic that lasted about 2 years, many institutions and organizations switched to online systems. We also prepared ourselves in this direction and served many Ney lovers with our online lessons during and after the pandemic. Our Online Private Ney Lessons are held in Turkish, English and Arabic via video conferencing via one of the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications of your choice. ​ In our Online Ney Lessons; Just like in One-to-One Ney Lessons, 3-stage training is provided according to the level of the students: beginner level, intermediate level and advanced level. The levels of our students are determined in advance with the level test carried out by our instructors. Within our academy, a different pricing policy is followed for Online Ney Lessons, depending on the qualifications of our teachers and instructors in our training staff. Please contact us for the course schedule and course fees of our preferred teachers and instructors for Online Ney Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our website, e-mail or chat on the site. ​ However, in addition to the education you will receive in the lessons, we strongly recommend that you follow the lesson videos we prepared using multiple cameras with Neyzen Sinan Söyler, which we publish free of charge on social media.​​​ You can PRE-REGISTER using this form Ney Dersi 1 - Neye başlangıç ve Neyden Ses Çıkartma | English Subtitles Play Video Ney Dersi 2 - Ney'de notalar ve ilk egzersiz Play Video Ney Dersi 3 - Ney de egzersizler - Kolay çalışmalar Play Video Ney Dersi 4 - Kolay ney alıştırmaları - Egzersizler Play Video NEY DERSLERİ Watch Now Ney Dersi 2 - Ney'de notalar ve ilk egzersiz Play Video Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Share Channel Info Close We don’t have any products to show right now. 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    SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY KANUN (QANUN) LESSONS History & Characteristics of Kanun KANUN Welcome, Kanun (Qanun or Cannon) is a stringed instrument of the Kithara type, which is widely used in North Africa and Middle East countries, Iran, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, the Uyghur Autonomous Republic, Armenia, Macedonia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Cyprus and Greece, as well as in Turkey. In Organology, which classifies and examines musical instruments, Kithara is the common name of instruments that make sound by vibrating openly stretched strings arranged on a case from long to short. The word Kanun means law and rule in Arabic. ​ The history of the Kanun instrument dates back to ancient times. The oldest example of this instrument,which was used in Northern Iraq and Andolu in 2000 B.C., was found in the city of Nimrud in Nineveh province, the center of Mosul, in Iraq where Arameans lived at that time. The Kanun is a musical instrument between 24-27 frets. 3 strings resonate the sound in each pitch. Its strings are made of nylon string specially produced for musical instruments. In its early stages, stringers made of guts were used instead of nylon strings . The body board of the Kanun, which has a steep and crooked body, is mostly made of sycamore tree, the bottom base and auger board are made of linden wood, which is a soft wood, and the augers are made of hard woods such as rose, boxwood or ebony. Each fret consisting of three strings has latches that can adjust sharp, flat and coma sounds. ​ Kenzü't -Tuhaf, a Persian treatise written in the 14th century, has a drawing and oral description of the Kanun, among other instruments. The detailed dimensions of the Kanun, which are shown in the form of a geometric trapezoid, are given. According to this, the instrument had 64 strings at that time, which were tuned to three accords at a time. The structure of the Kanun, which started to be used in Ottoman music in the 15th century, has changed over time. It can be said that the Kanun used in Istanbul in the 16th century was no different from the one used in Iran and Transoxiana. The exact form of the 17th century Ottoman Kanun is not known, but it is certain that the instrument acquired a new form in the middle of the 18th century, very close to its present form. Since the Kanun was abandoned in Iran at that time, we can say that the changes that gave the instrument its current structure were made in Turkey, Egypt and Syria. ​ The professional Kanun used in Turkish Classical Music today has 26 frets and if it is calculated that three strings are attached to each fret, it has a total of 78 strings. The thickness of these wires is from top to bottom; 0.60mm. 0.70mm. 0.80mm. 0.90mm. 1.00mm. 1.10mm. 1.20mm. in diameter. You can learn how to play Bağlama or improve your current level by taking One-to-One Private Kanun Lessons or One-to-One Group Kanun Lessons or Online Private Kanun Lessons from our distinguished teachers and masters at Söyler Sanat Academy. ​ One-to-One Kanun Lessons (Private or Group) One-to-One Kanun Lessons are given at our branch in Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkey. 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 Kanun Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for One-to- One Kanun 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 Kanun 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 Kanun 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 Kanun Lessons; Just like the One-to-One Kanun 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 Kanun Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for Online Kanun 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 ​

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