Who Will Hear Sơn Mỹ's Song?

After the Turkish quintets who used maqam music by processing Anatolian melodic traditions to create a national language in polyphonic music writing in the first period of the Republic…

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Trees in Art, Civilization and Life

Forest fires, one of the consequences of global warming, have caused great damage both in our country and in the world, which will take years to compensate. Many souls perish, material-spiritual,…

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Caner Ünsal with a Minimal Touch

There are timeless compositions that we listen to, remember, want to hear more, and ageless compositions. That's exactly what is with us right now, will stay with us...

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Everyone's Wonder Boy?

Child prodigy! It has turned into a saying that is heard a lot today and that I follow with sadness as I see it in the posts and read it in the interviews. Sometimes the news…

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Anna-Wili Highfield

Born in Sydney 1980, Anna-Wili studied Fine Art at the National Art School, Sydney. In 2008, after working as a Scenic Artist…

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A Thoughtful Melody: Romance

I can't send you my explanation on the word "romantic" because it's 125 pages at least. ''The sentence written by Friedrich Schlegel in a letter dated 1973 to his brother...

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From Botticelli to Respighi

Italian painter Sandro Botticelli, nicknamed the "Little Barrel", succeeded in making a sound with his paintings in the second half of the fifteenth century and when he was only twenty-five.

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Piya Samant

Self-taught visual artist and curator Piya Samant primarily creates life-like figurative and floral paintings built up through traditional methods of layering oil…

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