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Hrant Kenkulian (1901–1978), usually referred to as Udi Hrant ("-player Hrant") or sometimes as Hrant Emre ("Hrant of the soul") was an ud player of , and a key transitional figure in its transformation into a contemporary popular music. He was an ethnic Armenian citizen of Turkey who spent most of his life in Turkey and wrote most of his lyrics in Turkish. He went to the United States of America to have his blindness… read more

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  • As I pointed out at the English-language version of the "Udi Hrant Kerkulian" page: 'His name was Hrant Kenkulian, so that makes sense, and he was usually known as Udi Hrant, so that makes sense -- but "Udi Hrant Kenkulian" doesn't really make sense at all. It's not his name, and it's not what he was known by: it's a strange micture of the two. Note that even the albums that have been placed here instead of at Udi Hrant nevertheless use "Udi Hrant" without the "Kerkulian". '
  • --> http://www.lastfm.de/music/Udi+Hrant+Kenkulian ! :)
  • kor bir dahi, bu onu inanilmaz bir muzik sanatci olmasiyla birlikte inanilmaz bir insanogluda yapiyor

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