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... but is truly an inseparable part of daily life” History of Turkish Folk Music: The Turks have lived in Anatolia and Thrace for nearly 2000 years. Along with the musical culture they brought with them from Asia, they have participated in cultural exchange with the local people in these regions. Consequently Turkish folk music in Anatolia displays a special structure comprised of several independent musical regions. As opposed to the urban ...
... can be found in folk music of the east. The most common of instruments used is the lute, which was an evolution of the ancient lyre, and is a stringed instrument similar to the western guitar. Popular in this genre are many kinds of flutes and drums, and the practice of circular breathing is commonplace. Some of these include the traditional "nay" flute, bagpipes, kettledrums, goblet drums, and the double reed ...
... that were there only to keep the protests peaceful. Again, I’m not into the politics… just taking note of what I saw.
I learned that my cousins are WAY fun. They may be closer in age to my parents, but they walked with me every step of my trip… pretty impressive if you ask me. They told me they were seeing things they had never seen before and they lived in the Philippines their whole lives. I think we helped teach each other a few ...
... am planning to go to my hairdresser for a haircut. I am definitely due for one. Quite a few more items on my To Do List that I hope to complete by the time I leave.
I am also wrapping up things at work. Hopefully, things will go smoothly in my absence.
Well, I think that's it for now. I will try to do one more entry just before departure date so stay tuned!
... the documents I wanted to see were kept. First I saw the Magna Carta. I was amazed by how old it was, and remembered vaguely that I studied it at school. Then I made my way to the Declaration of Independence, which was pretty magnificent. It was very crowded at this viewing gallery so I couldn't take my time to absorb it all. Next to that was the Bill of Rights, which I didn't know much about but I had heard about, mostly through Family Guy (how embarrassing!!). Next to that was ...
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