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Türkü and Halay between Ghent and Turkey: an ethnographic study of Turkish folk music in a transnational context

@inproceedings{Sels2014TrkAH,
  title={T{\"u}rk{\"u} and Halay between Ghent and Turkey: an ethnographic study of Turkish folk music in a transnational context},
  author={Liselotte Sels},
  year={2014}
}
plane, without detailed musical examples. New meanings and functions of folk music and being a folk musician in contemporary urban contexts in Turkey are identified and described by Rebecca Bryant (2005), Karahasanoğlu & Skoog (2009), and Üstüner, Ger & Holt (2000) from particular perspectives – respectively identification or affiliation, and rituals –, and in a more general way by Martin Stokes (1992a). In his influential book The Arabesk Debate: Music and Musicians in Modern Turkey (1992… Expand

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