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Republic of Love, The

(Cultural Intimacy in Turkish Popular Music)
Martin Stokes - University of Chicago Press
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Republic of Love, The

(Cultural Intimacy in Turkish Popular Music)
Martin Stokes - University of Chicago Press
At the heart of "The Republic of Love" are the voices of three musicians - nightclub star Zeki Muren, arabesk originator Orhan Gencebay, and pop diva Sezen Aksu - who collectively have dominated mass media in Turkey since the early 1950s. Their fame and ubiquity have made them national icons - but, Martin Stokes here contends, they do not represent the official version of Turkish identity propagated by anthems or flags; instead they evoke a much more intimate and ambivalent conception of Turkishness. From the Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology series. Paperback, 280 p.
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