Three important names of the Turkish musical have been restored by Sanliurfa lute player Mehmet Bitmez in the recordings of Hafız Sami, Hafız Kemal and Hafız Osman, and they were found on the album "Three Legendary Sounds".
Istanbul Technical University (ITU) Turkish Music Conservatory lecturer Şanlıurfa lute player Mehmet Görmez made a successful work.
Mehmet Bitmez, who signed the project "Three Legendary Sounds" for the restoration of three important names of Hafiz Sami, Hafız Kemal and Hafız Osman's stone plate records of Turkish Musikis who listened in Topkapı and recite the azan in Üsküdar, is supported by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Culture Corporation with his project life. Restoring the three most important stone records of the past 150 years, Bitmez restored the recordings with the help of digital technology and produced an album with high quality to the records of today.
Görmez, who gave great effort for the project, made an important contribution to the Turkish music.
Mehmet Bitmez, who carried out a total of 17 works from Gazel, Kaside etc. , said that he signed such a project and other projects will be prevented to the disappearance of his voice recordings.