\n\u00a0\nOud is a musical instrument that is fairly popular in Turkish Music. There is no conclusive evidence for its invention. Most people think it has been invented by Farabi, yet there is no evidence supporting that claim. The only thing known about Farabi\u2019s relation to oud is that he placed the 5th wire in the oud. The sound tones of the 4 wires located before are different from each other. The 5th wire he finds has an important share in his perception as an inventor, since he is different from the others.\n\u00a0\n\n\u00a0\nOud is divided into 5 main sections in its structure.\u00a0The boat (hull) is divided into chest (cap), handle, twist and wires. It has a long body like stringed instruments. Although the structure resembles the guitar, the sounds they make are very different from each other. An element that should not be confused with the guitar is that the guitar can accompany many tunes, while there is no such option in the oud. Although there are many artists playing the oud, we will take a look at only 8.\nYou can also like:\u00a0https:\/\/salamuzik.com\/blogs\/news\/5-reason-to-start-learning-oud\nTurkish Oud Players\nIn Turkey, which has existed since time immemorial, many players have used the oud musical instrument. We will talk about two of the Turkish oud players that are the most permanent in mind.\n\u00a0\n\n\u00a0\n\nYorgo Bacanos: It was seen asone of the best artists using oud in Turkish music. It is of Greek origin. He lived in Istanbul between 1900 and 1970. Almost all of his family has come across with a different instrument and produced music with them. His famous compositions still continue to be heard.\n\n\nCevdet Kozano\u011flu: He was born and raised in Istanbul. He lived between 1896 and 1986. He has undertaken teaching and teaching duties. He explained to his students the intricacies of playing oud. He is one of the rare artists whose albums are still released among Turkish oud artists. The last album was released in 2003.\n\nYou can also like: Premium Turkish Oud SALA-07\n\n\u00a0\nSyrian Oud Players\nBeing an instrument of the Middle Eastern culture, oud has also been used by artists in Syria. Just as the Syrian oud players in Turkey are also available:\n\u00a0\n\n\n\nHalit S\u00fcleyman: Today, it continues to play oud. He is the most composing artist among Syrian ud players. He is also a university teacher in Syria. It has been named Tatl\u0131ses of Syria by its lovers in Syria. He gave some of his compositions to Turkish artists.\n\n\nAlaa Alkhateb: It is one of the best oud players in Syria. He gave many of his compositions such as Halit S\u00fcleyman to Turkish artists. However, he continues to work with Turkish musicians. He is currently continuing his postgraduate education at the Turkish Music State Conservatory. On the other hand, he creates his new compositions.\n\nFamous Iraqi Oud Players\nOne of Turkey's borders with Iraq are played on the oud musical instrument. Just like in Syria, there are many artists playing the oud. Here are famous Iraqi oud players:\n\u00a0\n\n\n\nNasir \u015eemme: While continuing to play oud at full speed, it continues to support its country. Due to the oud compositions dating back to Tunisia, he is very interested both in Turkey and abroad. However, he continues to perform concerts for his country now.\nAli Hassan: It is called as the rose of Baghdad. His reputation, like Nasir \u015eemme, has spread all over the world. He stated that he was dreaming to work with Turkish musicians.\n\nThey are the most known names among Iraqi oud players. Of course, there is more. Oud is a very popular instrument in every country.\nFamous Jewish Oud Players\nMusic does not have a religious language and race. If more than one country uses a single instrument, there will never be any. Turkish Jews continue to exhibit their own works together with Turkish oud players. Jewish oud players are people who leave quite popular works and compositions:\n\u00a0\n\n\u00a0\n\nRabbi \u015eelomo: He lived during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent and made compositions to Kanuni from his own oud. His works are also available in Hebrew languages. He gave music education to children. In this way, it has instilled the love of music from generation to generation.\n\n\n\u0130shak Algazi: He lived between 1889 and 1950. He resided in Izmir. He had a good education. He took part in all activities under the name of the intellectual society that Atat\u00fcrk gathered near him. All of Algazi's compositions were composed according to Turkish ethnicities and origins. No matter how Jewish he was shown among the oud players, compositions according to his own religion have almost never been made. There are also plaque studies.\n\nYou can also like:\u00a0What Is Electro Oud? How To Play Electro Oud?