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Neşet Ertaş Albums - Türk Halk Müziği - Turkish Folk Music
1.       erdinc
2151 posts
 23 Apr 2006 Sun 02:31 am

Türk Halk Müziği songs are called "türkü" unlike the word "şarkı" that we use normally for songs. On this page you can find songs by Neşet Ertaş. There around 250 songs in 22 albums. You have to download the tracks one by one.

http://www.nesetertas.org/ustayaselam/index.php

2.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 23 Apr 2006 Sun 02:34 am

Quoting erdinc:

Türk Halk Müziği songs are called "türkü" unlike the word "şarkı" that we use normally for songs. On this page you can find songs by Neşet Ertaş. There around 250 songs in 22 albums. You have to download the songs one by one.

http://www.nesetertas.org/ustayaselam/index.php





AMAZING I bought one album, something like Zihadem (i forgot the title and im too lazy to get up and look) and i think it's beautiful. I'll be patient tomorrow to download all the other songs!

Thanks very very much

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