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Hamsheni mani

Hamsheni mani, Ham çökelek,[1]Zıplayıver çekirge is a Turkish folkloric tune (Türkü). Hamsheni mani is a form of the Turkish folk dance Kaşık Havası.

The meter is 4/4. It is danced by Anatolian Hemshin people, Crypto-Armenians, Yörük and others. Its light-hearted lyrics tell the story of a village man's plot to seduce his love.[2]

Original form

The original form of the Türkü was popular in Silifke, Ankara .

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Hamsheni Mani". Retrieved 2015-03-28. 
External video
Andranik Manukyan and Heghine Avdalyan - Hamsheni Mani on YouTube
Oguz Yilmaz Cekirge Orginal on YouTube
Orhan Hakalmaz - Ham Çökelek - Gerali Dedikleri Bir Gençten Uşak on YouTube
Gerali - Hamçökelek Oyun Havas on YouTube
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