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Domeniconi is likely to have spent time in that area both when he lived in Istanbul he created and l Domeniconi is likely to have spent time in that area both when he lived in Istanbul he created and lead the guitar program of the İstanbul University Conservatory and later on during visits to Turkish friends and family his wife, an artist herself, is Turkish.
Not everyone who spends time in Turkey develops a deep almost uncanny understanding of Turkish music but Domeniconi has. Koyunbaba makes the area and its people including the shepperds come alive before you as you listen. Even the tuning of the piece makes a point because it is so familiar yet very different just as the local culture is familiar and different simultaneously. Koyunbaba whose epithet means "sheep father" was a shepherd in Bursa in northwestern Turkey.
Koyunbaba -Wikipedia. The piece is named after a Turkish saint. The liner notes to a recording made by Domeniconi in for a Turkish record label state that the work is a suite pastorale, describing "the natural beauty of a little bay" overlooking the Ae The liner notes to a recording made by Domeniconi in for a Turkish record label state that the work is a suite pastorale, describing "the natural beauty of a little bay" overlooking the Aegean Sea, where the saint was said to live centuries ago.
Carlo Domeniconi. I always opposed the opinion that Koyunbaba Suite is based on Turkish Music. The Koyunbaba was made of much bigger musical components to be told taken from Turkish music but instead, it was inspired in a limited way. The Koyunbaba does much bigger than picking sounds from a particular musical discipline. If the question still deserves a more specific approach, I may link you to the below video.
When a musical piece is to be described, words are of less importance than the sound itself. The following song is probably the closest example of style to what The Koyunaba inspired and composed wit The following song is probably the closest example of style to what The Koyunaba inspired and composed within a little range of melody rewinding multiple times when compared with far-much larger composition by Domeniconi:.
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Carlo Domeniconi Koyunbaba
Carlo Domeniconi born 20 February  is an Italian guitarist and composer. Although his compositions include a wide variety of genres and instrumentation choices, he is best known for his works for solo guitar, and particularly the Koyunbaba suite. Domeniconi's style is characterized by his adoption of multicultural influences. His works explore and borrow from a wide variety of national traditions, including Turkish, Indian, Brazilian, and many more.
Between Cultures: A Rare Interview with Visionary Composer and Guitarist Carlo Domeniconi
It is time to see the guitar as it really is: a strong, sonorous instrument with a richness of color that knows no equal. The lines efficiently summarize his music, which is full of colors: sometimes silently whispering, sometimes valiantly loud-spoken, always on its way through shifting environments, where beautiful, restful passages are rapidly transformed into exciting cascades of notes inspired by Turkish maqaam or the raga of Indian classical music; plus a diversity of weird sounds picked from the toolbox of guitar modernism. According to Domeniconi, the title has two meanings: It is the name of a wild and remote region in southwestern Turkey that is believed to have certain magical properties, and it is also the name of a medieval Turkish saint. Koyunbaba is a modal composition inspired by Turkish folk music, and after hearing it, many tend to connect Domeniconi only to this fusion of Western and Turkish music—even though this is just one aspect of his great body of work.