Rhythmic Cycles and Structures in the Art Music of the Middle East
The recently published volume includes the proceedings of the international conference on “Rhythmic Cycles and Structures in the Art Music of the Middle East”, held at the University of Münster on 27.-28, February 2014 (conference programme). The conference was organized by the Ethnomusicology and European Music History Section of the Department of Musicology at the University of Münster, in cooperation with the Orient-Institut Istanbul (Max Weber Stiftung).
The publicaltion was dedicated to Dr. Eckhard Neubauer, for his pioneering works in this field of research.
Several members of the CMO team contributed to the publication as editors and authors.
Guidelines for the Transcription of the Ottoman Lyrics from Arabic into Latin Characters
The PDF-file can be downloaded here: Guidelines for the Transcription of the Ottoman Lyrics from Arabic into Latin Characters
A Note on Terms and Transliteration
Abstract: »Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae is a multilingual project, encompassing sources in a variety of languages and scripts. Users of the edition and the website will therefore encounter a number of different transliteration systems and variant spellings of the same words, depending on the linguistic context and the original scripts used. Detailed guidelines for transliteration and terminology will be available soon on the CMO website. In the meantime, a few basic guidelines are provided below.«
The PDF-file can be downloaded here: A Note on Terms and Transliteration
Standard List of Musical Terms
Different transliterations systems and variant spellings of Ottoman music terms is a problem encountered by every project that deals with the subject. Therefore, a standard list of musical terms has been developed during the preparation of CMO source catalogues.
We are grateful to Prof. Dr. Mehmet Kalpaklı (Bilkent University - Department of Turkish Literature) and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cenk Güray (Yıldırım Beyazıt University - State Conservatory for Turkish Music) for the preparation of this list.
The PDF-file can be downloaded here: Standard List of Musical Terms