Öncelikle muhteşem İzmir fotoğraflarını bizat çeken ve bir araya getiren Can Yücel’e teşekkür etmek gerek.
http://www.facebook.com/canyucelphotographer adresinden kendisinin diğer eserlerine de göz gezdirebilirsiniz.
Bu kez Makedonya’dan Rumeli’den bir Türküyü piyano ile yorumlamak istedim.
Türkü’nün hikayesi için:
First of all, I want to thank Mr. Can Yucel for taking such amazing photos of Izmir, Turkey. He is a professional photographer and you can visit his site via http://www.facebook.com/canyucelphotographer
To mention about the song,
The song is based on the legend of Debreli Hasan (Hasan from Debre), who lived at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. He was a soldier who killed his superior after a quarrel and was jailed in Drama. He escaped from the prison to hide in the mountains where he lived as a bandit. He was more or less like Robin Hood of English folklore. He robbed the rich and supported the poor. Before becoming a bandit he had been engaged to be married. Judging that life in the mountains would be too difficult for his fiancé, he broke his engagement, but continued to send her presents even when she married another man.According to the legend, he was later pardoned by the sultan.
It is also a shared folk song between Turkish and Greek People.