Cenan Akın

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Cenan Akın (Şebinkarahisar, 1932 - Istanbul, 3 November 2006) was a Turkish composer, conductor and music educator. He directed the first L.P. disc of modern Turkish choral music in the mid-1960s.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Op. 1 İlk Şarkılar First Songs (voice and piano)
  • Op. 2 Çocuk Bahçesi Children's Playground (voice and piano)
  • Op. 3 Altı Şarkı Six Songs (piano)
  • Op. 4 Küçüklerin Dünyası Minors World (piano)
  • Op. 5 Halk Türküleri Folk Songs (for choir)
  • Op. 6 Rubailer (bass and piano)
  • Op. 7 Sokaktayım In the street (bass and piano)
  • Op. 8 On Çocuk Şarkısı On Children's Song
  • Op. 9 Sinan'm Sarkılan (songs)
  • Op. 10 Yunus' tan Deyişler Sayings of Yunus (solo-chorus and orchestra)
  • Op. 11 Kirtim Kirt (for male chorus)
  • Op. 12 Uzun Hava ve Horon Long-Air and Online (piano)
  • Op. 13 Orkestra İçin Üç Türkü (Bölümler: Dumanlı Boğaz; Ağıt; Yiğitleme) - Three Turks (3 Parts: Misty throat; Requiem; Yiğitleme)
  • Op. 14 Marşlar Anthems (voice and piano)
  • Op. 15 Dağlar-Karakoyun Karakoyun Mountains (piano)
  • Op. 16 Duyuş Feeling (for piano)
  • Destan (for orchestra)
  • Can Yurdum (for mixed choir)
  • On Bir Mani (for mixed choir)
  • Yayîa'da (for flute solo)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bulletin of the Dolmetsch Foundation, Haslemere, England - 1968 Page 3 "Composers I did not mention in my article on Music in modern Turkey have lately come into prominence - men like Cenan Akin, who directed the first L.P. disc of modern Turkish choral music,"