TITLE

Terekeme (Karapapak) Türkleri ve Mânileri (Bayatıları/Mahnıları): Mus-Bulanık Çevresi

AUTHOR(S)
Kemaloğlu, Muhammet
PUB. DATE
March 2013
SOURCE
Journal of History, Culture & Art Research / Tarih Kültür ve S;Mar2013, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p54
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Manis, which are called with different names in the geography of Anatolia, show similarities in terms of form and content in general. Mani read within a particular tradition also reflects poetry taste of the Turkish people ideally. This study benefits from the data of field research that we have done. Mani and the tradition of reading Mani which has been got through compilation in the field, transmitted from generation to generation, which has specific rules and reflects the mentality, love, longing, feeling, and behavior of local people and culture of the region are going to form the main part of the study. In addition to this, characteristics of Terekeme (Karapapak) Turks' dialect are also dwelled on.
ACCESSION #
87602225

 

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