i'm not sure, but i think something very interesting going on at the end of the record in the previous post: hafız kemal bey unexpectedly shouts "yaşa!" and someone around probably finds it a little loud. then perse who probably is not fluent in turkish says "ne bağırıyor yahu?" in a weird intonation. and someone completely different says "ne biliyim anlamadım".
an absolute easter egg.
taking the previous post for example, the specified makam is neva, the performer is hafız kemal bey and you can actually hear the beforementioned words are used to complete the melodic sentences. here is the lyrics used to improvise on, in this record:
feryad idiyor bir gül içün bülbül-i şeyda
mecnun'u gönül zencirine bağladı leyla
her zerrede bin aşk eseri oldu hüveyda
sevmekle sevilmek ezeli maksad-ı aksa
kanun-u mehabbet idiyor hükmünü icra
elaborating my previous post, your terminal initializes some variables like COLUMNS, LINES; the geometry of your terminal. with LINES, one can cast a nice command to do the before said:
`pr -l$((LINES-1)) filename | less`
this assumes you have tmux open, if it is not, then do not subtract one from LINES. to update the LINES variable after changing the font size, use the `resize` command. for further information, check the manpage. one can add margin with `-o`, for example.
this channel is compiling the works of çekiç ali, an artist from kırşehir. according to the existing information, perse thinks there only a few known songs left to discover. though, the subject is niche and wild, and therefore is nontrivial to study.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko