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Musa Ero?lu
Genres Turkish Folk
Instruments Ba?lama
1969-present
Website [1]

Musa Ero?lu (born 1946, Göksu, Mut (Kravga) in Mersin Province) is a Turkish folk musician and ba?lama virtuoso.[1]

He was born in the Mut county district of Mersin.[2] He completed his secondary education in Mut. He started to show interest in music and to play ba?lama at an early age. He´s a notable poet and songwriter, baglama (Saz) virtuoso. He gets his inspiration by Âk Veysel ?at?ro?lu, who is a high regarded poet of the Turkish folk literature. His collaboration with other ba?lama masters such as Arif Sa?, Muhlis Akarsu, and Yavuz Top in a series of albums titled "Muhabbet" (friendly conversation, love) was widely acclaimed in Turkey. In 1998 he was officially recognized by the Turkish state, and works with the ministry of culture as an expert and researcher in Turkish folk music and dance.

References

  1. ^ "Musa Ero?lu'nun ba?lamas? çal?nd?". Yeni ?afak. 2 March 2012. Retrieved 2012. 
  2. ^ "Musa Ero?lu'nun Köyü 'Susuz' Kald?". Haberciniz. 11 February 2011. Retrieved 2012. 



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