Nâyî Osman Dede'ye âit Mîrâciye'nin, Hopçuzâde Şâkir Çetiner'in okuduğu tavırda notaya alınması ve mevcut Mîrâciye notalarıyla karşılaştırılması

Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Marmara University, Institute Of Social Sciences, Department Of Islamic History And Arts, Turkey

Approval Date: 2020

Thesis Language: Turkish


Supervisor: Mehmet Safa Yeprem


Mi‛râjiye as a literary form that recites the miraculous journey of Prophet Muhammad (Mi‛râj) has been written by numerous poetsis also a musical form that can be regarded as the longest form of Turkish Religious Music. According to the researches on the topic, the most prominent and well-known mi‛râjiye is the one that was written and composed by Nâyî Osman Dede. The reason behind this appreciation and recognition must be the complexity of composition and the mastership in modulations. Hopçuzâde Şâkir Çetiner was the grandson of Mi‛râjiyehân (mi‛râjiye reciter) Hopçuzâde Mehmed Şâkir Efendi (d. 1858) who, most probably, practiced mi‛râjiye with Hammâmizâde İsmâil Dede Efendi (d. 1846) through meşk (master-apprentice study). In this regard, Hopçuzâde Şâkir Çetiner's various audio recordings from 1970's concerning the recital of mi‛râjiye carries great importance since they represent a two-century-long meşk chain in style of recitation. In this study, Hopçuzâde Şâkir Çetiner's aforementioned and the only existing audio recordings of mi‛râjiye has been notated into staff-notation in his singing/reciting style and along with a comparative analysis in terms of makam and modulations. Keywords: Nayi Osman Dede, Mirajiye, Hopcuzade Şakir Cetiner