Turkish Folk music is a genre of traditional music from Turkey that is based on the cultural and social values of the country. It is typically performed by a small ensemble of musicians playing traditional instruments such as the saz (a long-necked lute), the darbuka (a goblet-shaped drum), and the ney (a reed flute). The music is often characterized by its use of improvisation, complex rhythms, and a wide range of vocal styles. It is often accompanied by traditional dances such as the horon and the halay. Turkish Folk music has been influenced by many different cultures, including the Ottoman Empire, the Middle East, and the Balkans.
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