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Arabesk: Turkey's Sound of Change

Arabesk is a music genre unique to Turkey - almost as old as the country itself. It was suppressed, then celebrated, and now it's ingrained throughout Turkish culture. But where did it come from, and why was it so controversial? Compass goes to Istanbul to find out what arabesk means to Turkey today. #Compass #Arabesk #Turkey

Turkish Music: Music made from garbage drums

Turkish Music: Music made from garbage drums

Turkey Artifacts: Experts scour globe for missing museum pieces

Turkey Artifacts: Experts scour globe for missing museum pieces

Songs of the Black Sea

Songs of the Black Sea

Turkey's Security Challenge: Turkey to expand military operations in Syria

Turkey's Security Challenge: Turkey to expand military operations in Syria

Mongolian Khuumi: One of the world's hardest types of singing | Compass

Mongolian Khuumi: One of the world's hardest types of singing | Compass

How communism helped create Mongolian opera | Compass

How communism helped create Mongolian opera | Compass

What is Mongol Popera?​ | Compass

What is Mongol Popera?​ | Compass

Opera: The Pride of Mongolia | Compass

Opera: The Pride of Mongolia | Compass

Are artists to blame for gentrification?

Are artists to blame for gentrification?

Why does this woman hate street art?

Why does this woman hate street art?

Compass: Art & Gentrification

Compass: Art & Gentrification

This trance music is 500 years old | The World of Gnawa | Compass

This trance music is 500 years old | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Asmaa Hamzaoui and the girls of Timbouktou | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Asmaa Hamzaoui and the girls of Timbouktou | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Compass: The world of Gnawa

Compass: The world of Gnawa

Compass: The Art of Co-existence

Compass: The Art of Co-existence

Meet Israeli artist Matan Pinkas who calls himself the ‘Iranian ambassador’ to Jerusalem

Meet Israeli artist Matan Pinkas who calls himself the ‘Iranian ambassador’ to Jerusalem

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