Omar Faruk Tekbilek

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek

Omar Faruk Tekbilek-Dülger (Δημιουργός)

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şu binayı kuran dülger
ne hoş sağlam temel atmış
insanlığa nispet diye
kısım kısım kul yaratmış

kimi yaya kimi atlı
kimi uçar çift kanatlı
dünya şirin, baldan tatlı
eyvah bana tuz mu katmış

ustası var çırağı yok
kazması var küreği yok
gök kubbenin direği yok
muallakta hoş yaratmış

bu dünyaya gelen bilmez
ağlayanlar neden gülmez
bir yer vardır ki bilinmez
ona «sır» demiş kapatmış

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the builder who built this creation
laid how nice and firm foundation
as a challenge to humanity
he created all sorts of creatures

some on foot, some on horse
some fly with two wings
the world is pleasant, sweeter than honey
alas, did he add salt to me

it has a master craftsman with no apprentice
it has pickax, but no shovel
the firmament has no pillars
he created it nicely afloat

those who come to this world don’t know
why don’t those who cry laugh
there’s a place that’s not known

he said «it’s a secret» and closed it

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek – Gawazi («Κατακτήτρια»)

1994-Whirling

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Danse_du_Ventre-_(1906)

Photograph of a ghaziya (1906)

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The Ghawazi (also ghawazee) dancers of Egypt were a group of female traveling dancers of the Nawari people, a subgroup of the Dom people, sometimes referred to as «Gypsies«.

The ghawazi style gave rise to the Egyptian raqs sharqi by the first half of the 20th century, and in turn to the Western forms of belly dance.

While the performative raqs sharqi in urban Egypt was heavily influenced by Western styles such as classical ballet or Latin American dance, the term ghawazi in Egypt refers to the dancers in rural Egypt who have preserved the traditional 18th to 19th century style.

The Arabic غوازي ghawāzī (singular غازية ghāziya) means «conqueror«, as the ghaziya is said to «conquer» the hearts of her audience. They were also known as awālim (singular alma, transliterated almeh in French as almée). Both terms are 19th-century euphemisms for «erotic dancer«[citation needed]almeh literally means «learned woman» and came to be used as a replacement for ghaziya after the ghawazi were legally banned in 1834. An almeh in origin was a courtesan in Arab tradition, a woman educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse. After the ghawazi were banned, they were forced to pretend that they were in factawalim. The term almeh was introduced in French Orientalism as almée and used synonymously with «belly dancer».

Περισσότερα εδώ / More here

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek – Three last words 

Album: Mystical Garden

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek – Shashkin

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Michael Askill and Omar Faruk Tekbilek – From Emptiness

Album: Fata Morgana

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek-Darbuka

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek – Whirling Dervish

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek – Fly Away

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Rumi

H καρδιά μου είναι τόσο μικρή, που είναι σχεδόν αόρατη

Πως μπορείς και εναποθέτεις τόσο μεγάλες λύπες σε αυτήν;

“Κοίτα”, Του απάντησε, “Τα Μάτια σου είναι ακόμη μικρότερα

κι όμως, χωρούν τον Κόσμο όλο”.

Rumi

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek

OMAR FARUK-ATHENS CONCERT-30-06-2014

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Ο Μεγάλος Δάσκαλος Omar Faruk στο Θέατρο Βράχων στις 30-06

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