Turkish and Middle Eastern music.
I’ve heard of belly dancing, but
I’m not familiar with it.
You may think so, but
I’m sure many of you are familiar with the Turkish drama series that has been a big hit not only in Japan, but all over the world.
I’m sure many of you are familiar with Turkish dramas that have become big hits not only in Japan but all over the world.
So today I’d like to introduce you to the music of Turkish dramas.
I’ve prepared a music score and other materials to help you get acquainted with Middle Eastern music.
I’ve prepared the music score and will introduce it to you.

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This is the 2020 Ramadan Drama.
Ertuğrul Gazi is a Turkish drama about the early days of the Ottoman Empire.
Ertuğrul Gazi is a Turkish drama about the early days of the Ottoman Empire.
Recently, Japanese subtitles were added.
Ottoman Empire – Kuruluş Osman
It is also available on Youtube.

You can almost hear the neigh of a horse.
The intro is not a folk instrument.
Mandolin! The mandolin can be used like a folk instrument
The mandolin is very useful because it can be used like an ethnic instrument. The mandolin is very useful because it can be used like an ethnic instrument. The flute like shakuhachi in the middle of the song is Nei, which is an important instrument in Sufism.
This drama was a big hit all over the world.
I also have a version with Urdu songs.
↓I’ll introduce the version with Urdu songs later.

Pakistan has a population of about 200 million.
Urdu is not only the language of Pakistan
Urdu is also the language of Indian Muslims.
So, more than 300 million people are listening to it.
It is a melody that is familiar to several hundred million people around the world.
I hope that we can communicate with people all over the world through music.

I don’t have any ethnic instruments…
It’s okay if you don’t have an ethnic instrument. Just try
I played with a Yamaha Fife (2000 yen)
mandolin and guitar.

I’ve also prepared the music sheet.
You can download it for free.