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Item Open AccessBilkent Senfoni Orkestrası'nın Türkiye müzik hayatındaki rolü(Abant İzzet Baysal Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi, 2017) Möhsünoğlu, Arif; Möhsünoğlu, ArifBu çalışmada senfoni orkestrasının tarihçesi ve Bilkent Senfoni Orkestrası'nın oluşumuna İhsan Doğramacı'nın verdiği maddi ve manevi destek, kuruluş süreci ve kuruluş amacı anlatılmıştır. BSO, 1993'te Bilkent Üniversitesinin özgün bir sanat projesi olarak kuruldu. Orkestra, Müzik ve Sahne Sanatları Fakültesinin öğretim kadrosunda yer alan Türk ve yabancı sanatçılarla çalışmalarını sürdüren akademik ve uluslararası bir sanat topluluğudur. BSO tarihçesi Bilkent Uluslararası Gençlik Senfoni Orkestrası'nın Ankara Hipodromunda verdiği konserden başlar. Bilkent Senfoni Orkestrası'nın kuruluş fikri 1991 yılında İlk Uluslararası Yaz Okulu ve ardından Uluslararası Gençlik Senfoni Orkestrası'ndan kaynaklanır. Bu orkestraların kuruluş fikri Prof. Ersin Onay'a aittir. 1991-1992 yılları arasında Bilkent'te her yaz Uluslararası Gençlik Orkestrası bir araya gelip çalışmalarını sürdürmekteydi. Bu orkestraya dünyanın farklı ülkelerinden öğrenciler davet edilmekteydi. Kurulduğu 1993 yılından beri gerçekleştirdiği Anadolu Müzik Festivalleri ve etkinliklerde, çeşitli kurum, kuruluş ve özellikle sivil toplum örgütleriyle işbirliği yapmaktadır. Eğitime katkı sağlayarak, konser verdiği her ilden birer çocuk seçip Bilkent Üniversitesi Müzik ve Sahne Sanatları Fakültesinin Hazırlık Okulunda eğitim almalarını sağlamıştır. Item Open AccessBruchlinien: nach den zusammenstoBen in turkischen musikleben des 20 jahrhunderts stehen die heutigen komponisten des landes vor einer vielzahl stilistischer herausforderungen(Schott Music GmbH & Co. KG, 2013) Aydın, Y. Item Open AccessEffects of colour and chromatic light on depth perception(Taylor and Francis, 2020) Atlı, Deniz; Olguntürk, Nilgün; Aslanoğlu, Rengin; Sekulovski, D.; Seuntiens, P.; Atlı, Deniz; Olguntürk, Nilgün; Aslanoğlu, RenginSpace perception is the ability to estimate the three-dimensional layout of our environment from the arrangement of individual objects, their location and size. While estimating every distance in the three-dimensional environment, the human visual system uses a number of physical cues and depth perception can be affected by a variety of factors; reflectance, colour, and texture. The main purpose of this study is to understand the effect of chromaticity combinations on depth perception. A forced-choice paired comparison test was used to evaluate distance differences between colour combinations created by chromatic light in background and coloured objects in front. The experiments indicated perceptual variations in-depth assessments between different participants, which needed to be taken into consideration. The findings suggest a significant effect of some colour combinations on depth perception. Item Open AccessThe effects of different musical elements on root growth and mitosis in onion (Allium cepa) root apical meristem (musical and biological experimental study)(2007) Ekici, N.; Dane F.; Mamedova L.; Metin I.; Huseyinov, M.In this study effects of strong, complex, rhythmic accent classical music with sekunda and kvarta intervals and frequently reprized and opus with rhythmic dynamically changing lyrics which contain more extensive kvinta septa oktava intervals on mitotic index and root growth were investigated in onion (Allium cepa) root tip cells during germination. For this aim, music samples from Wagner, Mozart, Musorgsky, (Boris Godunov) Chopin, Tchaikovski, Schubert were chosen. We found correlation between root elongation and Mitotic Index (MI). Both kinds of music have positive effects on root growth and mitotic divisions in onion root tip cells but rhythmic dynamically changing lyrics affected much better. In this study light microscopy techniques were used but ultrastructure of root tip cells will be studied with electron microscope in the following study. © 2007 Asian Network for Scientific Information. Item Open AccessEffects of various intervals applied in classical music on the ultrastructure of reflector nerve and muscle terminals (A musical, medical, biological and experimental study)(2008) Mamedova L.; Metin I.; Ekici, N.; Huseyinov, M.; Huseyinova G.; Güner, S.S.The aim of the study was to explore the effects of these intonations on the reflector nerve and muscle terminals of guinea pigs using electron microscopic approaches. Spazmatic shrinking of myocyte myofibrils together with degenerative changes in myocytes and nerve terminals occur with the application of strained intonations. Transmission function is also damaged related with this situation. Clear relaxative extensions in myocyte myofibrils and decrease in activity of nerve terminals were determined with the application of more extensive intonations. © 2008 Academic Journals Inc. Item Open AccessFrom darkness to light, from winter to spring: Hidirellez(2005) Demir, S.New year celebrations are a comman ritual found in many cultures. Hidirellez, as well as the opposed motifs of "black" and "white" found in new year/ spring celebrations form the subject of this study. This article endeavours to examine these two colors in an archetypical context. Item Open AccessStudy of ultrastructural changes on the cochleae caused by various intonations used in classical music(2008) Mamedova L.; Kanter, M.; Güner, S.S.; Bulut, E.; Mercantepe, T.; Metin I.; Hüseyinova G.; Aktaş, C.; Ekici, N.The aim of this study is to investigate the differences on ultrastructure of the cochleae caused by different classic musical opuses with different intonations. Guinea pigs were grouped into 3, one of which was the control and the other two were the experimental groups. While the first group, which was the control, was not exposed to any music, the second group was exposed to classic musical opuses with extensive intervals (40 decibel) and third group was exposed to classical music opuses with strained intonations (60 decibel) for 6 h a day with 15 min-intervals for totally 10 days. Cochleae tissue samples were taken from the guinea pigs at the end of the tenth day. They were examined at the electron microscopic level. In addition to compansatris processes on the cochleae, thickening on the stereocilias of hair cells and basal membranes and proliferation on the synaptic terminalles of afferent nerves caused by extensive intonations were observed. Extremely obvious degenerative differences such as damage in neuroepitelial cells, nerves and synaptic terminalles as well as compansatris processes caused by strained intonations were determined. As a result of all these observations it was concluded that continuously listening to the strained intonations used in musical opuses has a very harmful effect on the auditory system. © 2008 Academic Journals Inc.