Re: [tatar-l] Roksonaki & March 8
- Thank you, Uli!
--- Uli Schamiloglu <uschamil@...> wrote:
> Hi all,<http://mosaiqarecordstour.blogspot.com/>http://mosaiqarecordstour.blogspot.com/.
> Actually I'm glad that Liliya posted that personal
> message. It is a chance
> to enourage our Tatar friends to learn more about
> Central Asian music!
> (Kazakhs are particularly close to Tatars in many
> aspects of their culture
> and especially my Kazakh friends have a tremendous
> interest in Tatar
> music.) In fact, let me invite all of you to the
> concert by Roksonaki that
> we are hosting here at the University of Wisconsin!
> March 26
> Great Hall
> Memorial Union
> 800 Langdon St.
> University of Wisconsin
> Madison, WI
> 7 pm
> From one of Helen Faller's messages to me:
> For those interested in hearing fantastic music by
> Central Asia's most
> innovative avant-garde neotraditionalist musicians,
> the schedule for
> Roksonaki's March-April tour can be found on our
> The other thing is that today is indeed
> International Women's Day. Most
> people who have grown up in the US have no idea that
> such a holiday even
> exists, but I have offended enough women visitors
> from the ex-USSR and
> even Turkey (by not even congratulating them, since
> they are used to
> getting flowers back home!) that I try to remember
> to send at least
> greetings to my current visitors and now my
> daughter, too. :)
> ULI [yulay]
> Uli Schamiloglu
> Central Asian Studies Program (CASP)
> Professor of Turkic & Central Eurasian Studies
> Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia
> 1254 Van Hise, 1220 Linden Drive
> Madison, WI 53706 USA
> tel. 1-608-262-7141 (office), 1-608-262-3012
> (department), 1-608-265-3538 (fax)
> Email: uschamil@...
> LCA website: lca.wisc.edu
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- Hello,My daughter is adopted from Kazakhstan. The information that I was given about her birth family is that her mother was Tatar and her father is Russian. Are there many Tatars living in Kazakhstan? Sorry for my lack of knowledge.Jeannine
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- Dear Liliya, Uli ham bashkalar,
Thanks for your messages! The tour has started out fantastically - today we do a concert at Asia Society in NYC. Koz timesin. Happy past Int'l Women's Day to all!
Thank you for your support.
HelenOn Sat, Mar 8, 2008 at 2:42 PM, Uli Schamiloglu <uschamil@...> wrote:
Actually I'm glad that Liliya posted that personal message. It is a chance to enourage our Tatar friends to learn more about Central Asian music! (Kazakhs are particularly close to Tatars in many aspects of their culture and especially my Kazakh friends have a tremendous interest in Tatar music.) In fact, let me invite all of you to the concert by Roksonaki that we are hosting here at the University of Wisconsin!
800 Langdon St.
University of Wisconsin
From one of Helen Faller's messages to me:
- For those interested in hearing fantastic music by Central Asia's most innovative avant-garde neotraditionalist musicians, the schedule for Roksonaki's March-April tour can be found on our blog: http://mosaiqarecordstour.blogspot.com/.
Uli SchamilogluchairCentral Asian Studies Program (CASP)Professor of Turkic & Central Eurasian StudiesDepartment of Languages and Cultures of Asia1254 Van Hise, 1220 Linden DriveMadison, WI 53706 USAtel. 1-608-262-7141 (office), 1-608-262-3012 (department), 1-608-265-3538 (fax)Email: uschamil@...LCA website: lca.wisc.edu
- Hi all,
I just heard today from my colleagues of the passing of Prof. BERTA
Arpad of the Dept. of Altaistics (Jozsef Attila Tudomanyegyetem, Szeged,
I became very close friends with Arpad when I was a visiting scholar at the
Dept. of Altaistics at the Attila Jozsef University in Szeged in 1982 while
studying under Prof. Andras Rona-Tas.
Simply put: Arpad was probably the most important student of Tatar
linguistics in the 20th century. He worked on Balint Gabor's (Kasimov)
Tatar materials. He worked on Tatar dialectology and loanwords. He was the
best. (The link above allows you to access his list of publications.)
Tufragi cingel bulsin, cani ocmakta bulsin!
Professor of Turkic & Central Eurasian Studies
Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia
1254 Van Hise, 1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706 USA
tel. 1-608-262-7141 (office), 1-608-262-3012 (department), 1-608-265-3538 (fax)
LCA website: <http://lca.wisc.edu/>lca.wisc.edu