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KOCAELİ KETENCİLER KÖYÜ ÇERKESLERİNDE MÜZİK
2019
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Çevrimiçi Müzik Bilimleri Dergisi
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Circassians have been an ancient people of the Northwest Caucasus since the earliest known Times. In the broad sense the term Circassian is used for Indigenous North Caucasian groups. In the narrow sense, it includes the Adige and Abaza groups. When the meaning is further narrowed, it refers to Adige groups (Abzeh, Şapsiğ, Bjedug, Hatukay, Çemguy, Besetey, Nathauc, Mamığ, Kabardino, Mahosh). In Turkey, the term Circassian is used for all groups migrating from the North Caucasus. XVI.century and XX. the wars between the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire between the centuries were the main phenomenon that led to the expulsion and migration of the peoples of the Caucasus.The Russian demand for the evacuation of the occupied territories forced the Circassians to leave their homeland and caused them to put into practice the issue of migration into Ottoman territory. Circassians who took refuge in Ottoman territory by sea XIX.century, within the framework of the Caucasian migrations to Izmit Sanjak, they settle in Ketenciler village, which is 20 km from Izmit. In the official records “Ketencalu tabi Iznikmid” in the north of the village in the province native-resident Turks, manav villagers made linen cultivation, the village was founded in 1828 “ Ketenciler " name. The Circassians, who are very attached to their culture and their own Xabze, are trying to keep the Circassian culture alive in all aspects and pass it on to the new generations with the “Ketenciler Circassian Cultural Association” in Ketenciler village. The start of music studies within the association and the establishment of the Ketenciler Wored Cup takes place following the Circassian literacy courses opened in 2014. After reading and writing the Circassian language, as a cultural transferor and as a musical practice area of language practices, it is also important to perform Circassian songs and to establish a musical ensemble. every day by joining the members of the Circassian Cultural Association, is exhibiting Circassian music in Kocaeli and the surrounding provinces with its repertoire of Circassian songs describing the life experiences, heroism, wars and suffering of the Circassian society and promoting its Circassian musical heritage through Circassian songs.

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Music in the villages
2019
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Circassians have been an ancient people of the Northwest Caucasus since the earliest known Times. In the broad sense the term Circassian is used for Indigenous North Caucasian groups. In the narrow sense, it includes the Adige and Abaza groups. When the meaning is further narrowed, it refers to Adige groups (Abzeh, Kapsiğ, Bjedug, Hatukay, Çemguy, Besetey, Nathauc, Mamığ, Kabardino, Mahosh). In Turkey, the term Circassian is used for all groups migrating from the North Caucasus. 16th century and XX. The wars between the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire between the centuries were the main phenomenon that led to the expulsion and migration of the peoples of the Caucasus. The Russian demand for the evacuation of the occupied territories forced the Circassians to leave their homeland and caused them to put into practice the issue of migration into Ottoman territory. Circassians who took refuge in Ottoman territory by sea XIX.century, within the framework of the Caucasian migrations to Izmit Sanjak, they settle in Ketenciler village, which is 20 km from Izmit. In the official records "Ketencalu subject Iznikmid" in the north of the village in the province native-resident Turks, manav villagers made linen cultivation, the village was founded in 1828 "Ketencalu " name. The Circassians, who are very attached to their culture and their own Xabze, are trying to keep the Circassian culture alive in all aspects and pass it on to the new generations with the "Circassian Cultural Association of Talents" in the village of Talents. The start of music studies within the association and the establishment of the talent Wored Cup takes place following the Circassian literacy courses opened in 2014. After reading and writing the Circassian language, as a cultural transferor and as a musical practice area of language practices, it is also important to perform Circassian songs and to establish a musical ensemble. Every day by joining the members of the Circassian Cultural Association, is exhibiting Circassian music in Kocaeli and the surrounding provinces with its repertoire of Circassian songs describing the life experiences, heroism, wars and suffering of the Circassian society and promoting its Circassian musical heritage through Circassian songs.

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