Talk:Turkish ney

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  • The result of this discussion was no consensus to merge. Northamerica1000(talk) 12:34, 24 September 2012 (UTC)

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Ney (Turkish) is a spin-off from the generic Ney page, on which the distinction between Arab and Turkish is often lost. I intend to move most of the Turkish ney material from that page to this one. Neyzenhasan 22:59, 17 September 2007 (UTC).

Hello Neyzenhasan,

I agree with your opinion - On the other hand I disagree ;-) I try to learn playing the ney since I fell in love with the sound of the ney (as I listened to it the first time) I see the turkish, persian and arabic ney/nay as three beautifil sisters out of the same family. - I love them all three! So the idea is to rework the head page to better reflect the three(or even more) sisters - and to double/multiply your efforts with similar subpages for persian and arabic neys. If then we create a head page which points to three subpages or if the headpage works out the commons and the differencies of the variants, might be a more academic question...

Kind regards,

   Christian  —Preceding unsigned comment added by ChristianKranich (talkcontribs) 17:10, 21 May 2011 (UTC) 

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