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Güfte Sâhibi
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Rast
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Peşrev
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Darb-ı Fetih
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Please forgive my lack of knowledge questions.
If you don't mind, I would appreciate an answer when you have a moment.
I know that "H1" is "1 hane", "M" is "Mülâzime" and "H2" is "2 hane", but what is the "Z"?
Nothing to forgive here, a very understandable question.

“Z”, here, would be “Zeyl”; an extension of the piece, meant to indicate that the piece is longer than the 17th century standard 3 hânes. It seems to be an late 16th-early 17th century innovation of Anatolian and Balkan musicians (as opposed to Persian or Arab ones), as they did not like the fact that Darb-ı Feth could only be looped 6 times before ending the piece.
 
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Nothing to forgive here, a very understandable question.

“Z”, here, would be “Zeyl”; an extension of the piece, meant to indicate that the piece is longer than the 17th century standard 3 hânes. It seems to be an late 16th-early 17th century innovation of Anatolian and Balkan musicians (as opposed to Persian or Arab ones), as they did not like the fact that Darb-ı Feth could only be looped 6 times before ending the piece.
Thank you very much for your response.
I have gained new knowledge. I am glad.
The innovations of the Ottoman musicians are interesting.
Is "Zeyl / ذيل" Arabic for "addition, postscript"?

zeyl / ذيل
>Ek, zeyil. (Arapça)

Are you saying that you inserted the Zeyl part before the 3 hâne in Peşrev where there was only 3 hânes ?

The innovations of Anatolian and Balkan musicians of the late 16th and early 17th centuries are very interesting.
 
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