ATLAS OF TURKISH MUSIC

The history of music that accompanies us in every moment of life from weddings to war, from the beginning to the end of life is addressed this time in terms of geography. The four-volume atlas prepared by the New Turkey Strategic Research Center (YTSAM) contains more than 100 articles written by experts in the fields of theory, types, composers, and the education of Turkish music.

Türk Mûsikîsi Atlası, Yeni Türkiye Yayınları, 2440 pages


PASSION FOR BLUEFISH IN ISTANBUL

The bluefish that pass from the Black Sea to the Bosphorus do not disperse immediately into the Marmara Sea, but remain in the bays of the Bosphorus for a while. As a result, they have an important place in Turkish cuisine. In his book, Ruhi Güler explains the journey of the bluefish both in the Bosphorus and in Turkish literature.

Lüfer: Boğaziçi Şehrayini, Küre Yayınları, 344 pages


PURSUING THE FLAVORS OF THE WORLD

Jeff Gordinier, food and drink editor of Esquire magazine, visited different places across the world for four years with one of the world’s most famous chefs, René Redzepi, in search of new flavors. The book that extends to various destinations like Mexico, Australia, and the North Pole, offers a journey interlaced with flavors.

Hungry: Eating, Road-Tripping, and Risking It All with the Greatest Chef in the World, Tim Duggan Books, 222 pages

 

 

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