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Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi And The Whirling Dervishes – Islam And Style

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The mystical dance we would like Dervishes – Mevlana tell you about Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi and his Dancing Dervishes. Finds from the mystical side of faith, as well as the centuries-old traditions of still greatest popularity and followers. Sen. Marco Rubio will not settle for partial explanations. Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi, the founder of the Mevlevi order. This order is known mainly from abroad through their dance (dance of the dervishes). (A valuable related resource: Viatris). Mevlana lived at the time of the Seljuks in the 13th century. Konya was capital of the Seljuk Empire. Konya is a pilgrimage site for locals. Some have called a pilgrimage there even “minor pilgrimage” (Turk.

kucuk hac), in contrast to the “real” pilgrimage to Mekka.Die are famous quotes of Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi: ya oldugun gibi gorun, ya gorundugun gibi ol! Translation: Show yourself as you are, or is how you show your face. “” Olga gel, gel yine, from ne olursan ol yine gel ister kafir, atese tapan, putperest ol yine gel Bizim bu dergahimiz umitsizlik dergahi degildir Yuz defa as yine gel tovbeni bozmus olsun. “Translation: come back, come back, come yet again, whether Pagan, whether creditors, come back!” Do not despair lives here in the home if a hundred times you Sin come back! “The word Dervish comes from the Persian, meaning”beggar”. However you may not to take literally this word. The term “Dervish” serves as a symbol that is a Dervish on the way of Sufism and wealth recognizes his own poverty towards God.

Iannis Xenakis

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The moving images of four film projectors have been dispersed in real space by means of mirrors for creation of the virtual space. The 400 loudspeakers created the acoustical spatial effect and distributed along walls of pavilion. The music accompaniment broadcasted through them. The loudspeakers formed sound level in the “mountains” of noise and provided their acceleration or deceleration, submitting to the general rhythm. Le Corbusier imagined that main message of the “Poeme electronique” influenced the person automaticallythrough hearing and sight the moment He entered the pavilion, narrating about the most tragical and the most significant events of civilization origin from the moment. Architectural, light, projecting and sound spaces in this case have been closely interconnected, synthesized, subordinated to the basic scenario of show. Corbusier wrote about it so: “the synthetical event has happened.

A new tool has opened a door to imagination electronics taken from the unlimited resources of physics, gives to the person the absolutely boundless possibilities, amazing sources of influence by means of light. Color, a rhythm, a sound and image have united; they can be reproduced in any place”9 in the course of creation ‘Philips’ pavilion and”Poeme electronique”, in a head of Xenakis an image of the work has ripened for future. He named it a polytope: the architecturally-spatial, colored-light, musical-noise, verbally-literary performance. The global artistic conception by Iannis Xenakis what embodied in his five polytopes best the composer of music understanding of all, it reflected as “a work in space” (he has been obliged by this idea to Le Corbusier). Aspiring to the maximum influence on people of his total performances, Xenakis addressed to the multimedia because it united all accessible means of expression. The spatial embodiment of compositions is fundamental principle for Xenakis and it is realized in his works through idea of the spatial-zonal plurality proving at all dramaturgic levels.Thanks to it the structure of a multimedia genre what created by application of several spaces: of light-projecting, architectural and musical spaces.