The Development of Polyphonic Music That Started During the Early Years of Republic of Turkey
Keywords:Conservatory, Music, Republic, Turkey
AbstractThe present study aimed at examining the development of conservatories which started to become institutionalized under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal in the early period of the Republic and which have brought polyphony to musical culture in our country. In line with this purpose, the following research questions were directed: • When did Interaction between Classical Western Music and Turkish Music start in our country?• What were the attitudes towards artistic activities in the early period of the Republic?• What are the contributions of Turkish composers to Modern Turkish Music who have an important place in the history of Turkish Music in our country? In the study, the interaction between Turkish Music and Western Music in our country in the 17th century was examined. In addition, the present study also focused on related Turkish composers who became expert in their fields as well as on other related composers who came to Turkey from various European countries. The present study is limited to these data, and the purpose is to present the collected data to today’s musicians and to contribute to their professional developments.
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