Alper Ulku | Legendary Anatolia

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Legendary Anatolia

by Alper Ulku

Symphonic Poetry on Turkish / Anatolian Culture, Volume I. In this album some well known Turkish - Anatolian tunes are arranged and virtually orchestrated by the composer.
Genre: Classical: Virtual Orchestra
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1. Samsun 1919 Overture
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2. Our Country
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3. The Village Far Away
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4. Gardens of Gesi
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5. Elegie on Mount Ilgaz
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6. On a Long Narrow Road
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Album Notes
Born in 1970, Alper's life energy comes from synergetic coexistence of musical and engineering careers.

His work "H2O Research Team" was elected as one of 10 best out of 100 compositions in TBD-Halici Composition Contest in 2010.

His work "Out-Of-Body Experience" was elected as one of 12 best out of 106 compositions in TBD-Halici Composition Contest in 2008.

His work "Arabian Kid's Wish and The Dream" was elected as one of 10 best out of 85 compositions in Halici Composition Contest in 1994. For details visit

Alper Ülkü is a composer educated on tonal harmony, orchestration and choral music. He composes for and also sings as tenor in "Vokal Turkuaz" the Turkish vocal group in Ankara, Turkey. For details see


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