Sadettin Heper (1899–1980) was a composer of Turkish music considered as an important link to the world of Turkish Mevlevi music before the foundation of the Turkish Republic in 1923. He was bornin the Eyüp neighborhood of Istanbul as the son of Halit Efendi and Zehra Hanim. Until the religious venues where the Mevlevis practiced were closed in 1924 dueto the prevailing secular ideology, he played the kudüm, a percussion instrument, in Mevlevi religious ceremonies. Later, he worked for the Istanbul Municipality Conservatory. Heregularly performed on the kudüm drum at ceremonies commemorating Mevlana in Konya when the government lifted the restrictions for these occasions. He published a complete set of Mevlevi ayin (music and words for the ceremonies), including translations from the origi

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  • Sadettin Heper (1899–1980) was a composer of Turkish music considered as an important link to the world of Turkish Mevlevi music before the foundation of the Turkish Republic in 1923. He was bornin the Eyüp neighborhood of Istanbul as the son of Halit Efendi and Zehra Hanim. Until the religious venues where the Mevlevis practiced were closed in 1924 dueto the prevailing secular ideology, he played the kudüm, a percussion instrument, in Mevlevi religious ceremonies. Later, he worked for the Istanbul Municipality Conservatory. Heregularly performed on the kudüm drum at ceremonies commemorating Mevlana in Konya when the government lifted the restrictions for these occasions. He published a complete set of Mevlevi ayin (music and words for the ceremonies), including translations from the original Persian texts into Turkish. He died in Eyüp. He started his musical studies under , from whom he learned over a thousandreligious and nonreligious songs. He learned the Ney from Hakkı Dede. He was educatedin the traditional school of Turkish music which was learned from teacher to student. Hewas against the theoretical approach formed by scholars Arel, Ezgi and Uzdilek (the so-calledArel-Ezgi-Uzdilek system). He composed over 15 songs and taught many important musicians, including Kâni Karaca, , , and Ahmet Özhan. (en)
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