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Nevit Kodallı (born 12 December 1924 in Mersin; died 1 September 2009 in Mersin) is a Turkish composer of western-influenced classical music including operas and ballets. In 1948 he travelled to Paris where he studied with Arthur Honegger and Nadia Boulanger. He returned in 1953 and from 1955 he taught at the Ankara State Conservatory.
- 50 years of Turkish ballet by the theatre scholar Metin And
- Obituary in English edition of Hürriyet
- a note by Kodallı on the Mersin Festival (English)
- portrait and worklist in Turkish
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