A renowned Turkish jazz percussion grasp talked about day-to-day Sabah on his musical travel 70 decades ahead of his live performance in the Zorlu Performing Arts Center (PSM) at Istanbul (bakırköy ingilizce kursları).
He will perform today using all his famous ring Oriental Wind. Adding Turkish and Anatolian melodies into Sweden’s jazz landscape, Temiz became an unofficial ambassador of tunes. He played like Don Cherry, who has a profound love for tunes that was Turkish. He released six albums and has performed at 311 festivals and concerts that were 4,800. Employing African American, South African, Macedonian and Indian melodies he’s played with a significant function in the emergence of this World Music genre.
Sweden has not become familiar with Turkish music tunes, but in addition to the musical culture that originated from Anatolian agricultural civilization, largely since Temiz loves to use farming tools into his new music. Every inch of Anatolia from south to north, and from west to east is now located in Temiz’s songs. The virtuoso, with an ear that was unusually painful and sensitive, has generated musical instruments, changing natural items such as cubes and objects like tractor exhaust pipes into musical tools. These tools have conquered the hearts of artists and music fans from all over the world.
From the college into the stage
Temiz could be your son of a musician mother, Naciye Temiz, who received her education at the Musical instructor School (Musiki Muallim Mektebi) which has been based in 1924 and played with the ud. She never taught at college but gave her own son a musical instruction. “My mother was playing ud and leaning the device contrary to her uterus. I received my first vibrations. This effect came back into light then,” he explained. Temiz claims in which his mommy will play with the ud, later school he’d return home. His mother identified her kid was talented after he would tap the rhythm of all their songs she’d played with. Thus the musical journey of Temiz started together with the suggestion of enrolling the Ankara State Conservatory of his mother.
Assembling a bridge out of jazz involving world audio along with Turkish rhythms
He left the conservatory because of the imposition of Western classical music and the ban on”dance tunes” in the faculty. “They’re brain-washing conservatory men and women straight back with classical music. Exotic music originated from people music so I abandoned the conservatory and then at accommodations that I played with dancing music for 16 many years. I heard a lot of stuff,” he explained. His father proposed, therefore, he would function as a reserve officer throughout his own military service he registers at the Tophane Art School.
It was during his service that he figured out to produce matters such as faucet knobs and java kettle molds. “I did not want to do everything they arranged, but I wanted to produce a few musical instruments with my knowledge,” he says. He also made the screws together with his drum circle. Soon after many years of training, he also employed this information to create unique sorts of devices such as the Magic Pyramid, that now has an online edition, and also various other kinds of percussions like giant copper darbukas which he calls”dümbuka.” He also makes percussions tools like a tortoiseshell. He made a musical career in Sweden together with tractors.
Sweden, the literary center of Europe
In 1967, he traveled to Sweden and commenced a brand new journey. He fulfilled with American jazz trumpeter Don Cherry. They made albums and offered concerts. After which the bunch was joined by bassist Johnny Dyani. He also played like George Russell, Dexter Gordon, along with Clark Terry.
Explaining why Sweden turned into a jazz center in Europe,” Temiz claimed it turned into a country policy. He said a lot of women since they assumed their children are talented, such as those in France, the Netherlands, Finland, and Germany, favored to have a child with foreign artists. Temiz claims thanks to its unions in between musicians and Swedish women in addition to the children they had Swedish music became increasingly varied and expanded and the musical footprint of also the country enhanced.
“Though Sweden is just a cold country, there were a lot of musicians from Senegal, Burkina Faso and lots of different countries since the department of ethnic centers under the Ministry of tradition sponsored them. After you get used to the weather, there is no trouble,” he said. This really is due to the fact that this country’s infrastructure and technology are established in compliance.
At Sweden, he’s played with many musicians that originate from other states within a 30-year career with support from the Ministry of tradition. He has attracted many talented Turkish artists into Sweden like violinist Salih Baysal, ney actors Aka Gündüz and Hacı Tekbilek, clarinetist Saffet Gündeğer and zourna actress Binali Selman, only a number of those Turkish musicians that Temiz has played with. He founded on the audio band”Sevda” at 1972 using Salih Baysal, Muvaffak Falay (on trumpet and piano), Bernt Rosengren (tenor),” Günnar Bergsten (bariton), Uvve Gustafsson (bass) and himself on darbuka. Sevda was the first class to choose monetary aid from the state. Back in 1974, he found”Oriental Wind,” that became famous globally.
‘Jazz festivals Will Need to be popularized’
Jazz is also considered being a musical genre that is currently trendy one of the elite. But jazz audio has been introduced since protest music by African-Americans whose ancestors labored as slaves. Following than 4,000 slaves migrated or were freed in New Orleans in 1809, a brand new black civilization emerged. Jazz songs were born as a fruit of this change in 1895.
From the 1920s, jazz commenced to turn into popular, however, has been stern by opposition out of white people in America. Jazz was the voice of Africa perhaps not needing to neglect its foundation from slavery. American poet, musician and cultural critic Stanley Crouch states, “jazz predicted the civic rights movements more than any artist in the US.” He states”using their music and celebrity, musicians promoted racial equality and social justice”.
Okay, Temiz underlines we should not forget the origins of jazz songs. This prevalence is limited to metropolitan areas, although temiz claims jazz music is more common in Turkey. He says in order everybody can afford them, tickets must be cheaper. He talked about how musical organizations can make jazz more popular: “It’s is not very good that jazz is just played in metropolises.
When a group arrives here, it has to go to other towns in Anatolia. When they decide that a policy student should be considered by Businesses. I understand that when he grew to become a Muslim Dollar manufacturer, who took the title of Abdullah Ibrahim, always asks regarding the price tag on the ticket. He claims he won’t perform when it isn’t a reasonably priced price. Santana plays in Sweden in a very affordable value, however in regards to Turkey,” it’s so costly that even we can’t head into his concerts.”
‘Jazz only Satisfies my soul’
Temiz stressed that audio is all his own lifetime and jazz may be the sort of songs he can adapt his life to and sees it for a method of contemplating. “Jazz is my manner of living. There clearly was a great deal of freedom within it. I do something. When I get tired of it, I really do another thing. The discipline of colleges would be abhorrent to me,” he says.
Fully being a musical genre that is open to all or any kind of fusions with other genres, jazz is Temiz’s chief musical passion. He states rhythm is really actually a rather essential part in tunes. When he had been in India he explained musicians educated him since it’s successful, rhythm would be your mum. He thinks using rhythm should be outstanding in music also. Turkish famous music prioritizes lyrics are said by him on makeup. The lyrics are usually dependent on human love, however, there may be additional subjects as well, such as”love of disposition ” He also says he has tracks about nature, and it has done a lot of endeavors around people and natural rights.
Temiz the Rhythm Atelier instructor
Assembling out a bridge of jazz between universe audio and Turkish rhythms
The rhythm virtuoso continues to give rhythm lessons to middle school students in Yalova. In addition, he gives courses Rhythm Atelier at Kuledibi, Galata to music fans of every age in between September and could. Inside his atelier, there are various types of percussion instruments including the people. His courses have been limited to 20 students.
Temiz claims rhythm classes improve cognitive abilities, endurance, and balance, and enhance the ability to collaborate with other individuals. So rhythm courses help kids who have concentration problems and aids people avert Alzheimer’s disease. Temiz also organizes special classes for businesses that need their personnel to communicate.