Tuzcuoğlu Mehmet Ali
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|Tuzcuoğlu Mehmet Ali Efendi|
|Birth name||Mehmet Ali Bey|
|Also known as||Tuzcuoğlu|
Görele, Ottoman Empire
Görele, Ottoman Empire (present-day Görele, Giresun Province, Turkey)
Tuzcuoğlu Mehmet Ali (Turkish: [tuzdʒuˈoːɫu ˈmeːmet ˈali], Ottoman Turkish: طوزجى اوغلى محمد على; born, lived and died in the 19th century, Görele, Ottoman Empire) was a Turkish kemençe player and horon music composer from Görele in Giresun province. His song "Tuzcuoğlu Horon havası" is still played in Görele by kemençe players.