Niyazi Sayın

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Niyazi Sayın
Sayin serneyzen.jpg
Sernai Niyazi Sayın, Mevlana Festival
Background information
Born 1927 (age 86–87)
Istanbul, Turkey
Origin  Turkey
Genres Turkish classical
Instruments ney flute
Labels (reissues) Kalan

Niyazi Sayın (Turkish pronunciation: [nijaˈzi saˈjɯn]; born 1927), spelled Niyazi Sayin in the West, is a Turkish ney flautist and music educator. For a long time, he has performed duets with tanbur lute player Necdet Yaşar. He is regarded as the most important ney player in Turkish classical music.[1]

Discography[edit]

Modern reissues include:

  • 2006 - Niyazi Sayın & Necdet Yaşar: Masters of Turkish Music - 2-CD compilation (Kalan Müzik)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Holtzberg, Maggie (2008). Keepers of tradition: art and folk heritage in Massachusetts. Univ of Massachusetts Press. p. 68. ISBN 978-1-55849-640-8. Retrieved 6 August 2010. 

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