Palestine Symphony – From Turkey with Love
Uploaded on Aug 29, 2011
Independent works from independent people…
21. Century Turkish Symphonic Variations
Palestine Symphony Part 1 (Introduction)
Theme composed by Murat Malay – Orchestration by Tuğrul Karataş
Produced by MEM Music – Recorded in Istanbul (2010)
With the partial attendance of Istanbul Symphony Orchestra
PALESTINE SYMPHONY: FROM TURKEY WITH LOVE
On December 27, 2008, Israeli began its one-sided war on the isolated and besieged Gaza Strip. The Palestinian people in Gaza, although fell in the thousands, exhibited legendary resistance and courage; their steadfastness in the face of that brutality, which continues until this day, deserves to be honored, and always remembered.
Some wonderful independent Turkish musicians (Murat Malay & Tuğrul Karataş) from Istanbul have attempted to do just that: remembering Gaza and Palestine through this very beautiful Palestine Symphony, which comes in four part.
Please click HERE to listen, and please remember Gaza and Palestine in every possible act of solidarity.
The Palestine Chronicle Team
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