Author(s): Vasfi HAT?PO?LU
Turkish music is a product of a magnificent tradition which is based on centuries ago and whose power derives from tradition and self-values. Art teaching method that exists within the understanding of art, has been thought and conveyed though centuries. As a result of the changes and developments that emerged in the 20th century, the establishment of institutions for the provision of Turkish music education has revealed the importance of the use of sequential teaching and teaching resources. In this research, it is aimed to introduced the source of the education called, “Ottoman Style Violin Teaching” which is a historical preoccupation when considering the lack of resources in terms of Turkish music violin production and teaching and the qualities of being the third source for the field, and to analyse the content in form, technical and melodic intended. Document investigation and data collection technique was used in this research. The elicited data were transformed into interpretations and analysed by categorical content analysis. According to this; it has been understood that the subject matter is organised in such a way that it will be generally taught how to perform curtains in a sequential and/or juxtaposed fashion, and how to use the publication in the performance of a particular weighing plate.