The Sounds of Turkey - Tribute to: Noble Ersin Faikzade
In special tribute this month, meet the idol of the Middle-East! Now living in the United Kingdom, this pearl of the Orient little known to North-Americans,
Ersin Faikzade, is a genuine noble man descendant of the Ottoman Family -
one of the rare family in the world who has a career as an artist and one I am privileged to count among my personal friends.
Hear the sounds of traditional
classical Turkish music for which Ersin is best known for in keeping this musical heritage as well as some of his interpretations of French,spanish,italian and English songs. The subject of many of his songs is, for the most part, romantic ballads.
A courageous young man I know for reasons I shall keep for my own,
Noble Ersin is a wonderful humanitarian who supports many charities and gives his time to the less fortunate without neither boundary of race,
religion nor nationality in many parts of the world.
Ersin is also an excellent magazine journalist who's articles on royals and princesses
of the world have gone into second printing and sold out at times - his writings bring a new window onto the world of their lives with refreshing
candor and interesting profile which brings them closer to the reader. He has supported the work of Princess Diana's charities and many others.
The sixth video on this list (with the song 'What a Wonderful World' by Louis Armstrong) is one where Ersin is having a great time at a
home for the mentally handicapped he supports and visits as well as staff he has encountered during this particular charity work.
He helps charities for the sick, disabled, mentally handicapped, multiple sclerosis and more. To support him is to help people in need everywhere.
Discover his music, the sounds of Turkey, and the wonderful human being he is. Between some videos of his songs,
I have also included a few picture montages of him here - some made by his fans - as many young ladies find his photogenic looks quite attractive,
I left this treat here especially for them - enjoy!
[I also encourage you to visit his channel and his website and view some of his videos on royals of the world which
he shares with the globe as well from his private files.]
All videos are copyrighted to Ersin or his fans. I am merely linking you from here to send you in the right direction
to his work or you can decide to play the selection I placed on my playlist to see a continuous play of his work. Enjoy!