Yet another santur, played on Istiklal Avenue.
Accordion on Çimen Sokak (3)
More accordion music heard in the neighborhood.
No lack of clarinets
On Istiklal Avenue.
Here is a musical motif on an apartment door. This building is on the edge of the Bülbül (nightingale) neighborhood in the Beyğolu district. An earlier post shows a variety of apartment doors in my neighborhood, but none as unusual as this. Here is a larger view of the metalwork on this door:
Yes, a live didgeridu player on İstiklal Caddesi. The didgeridu is an instrument developed by the Aboriginal peoples of the northern part of (what is now) Australia.
Some more clarinet
Quiz question: where is this music being played?
This bağlama player was heard in the Şişli-Mecidiyeköy metro.
Hamsi Festival music
Live music at the Hamsi Festival in Beşiktaş.
Song in the Metro
A nice vocal duo in the Taksim Metro pedestrian underpass. The instrument is a tar. Find more links about the tar in this previous post.
Dancing in the streets
Singers on Istiklal Avenue inspiring people to dance (like this).