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Opera: IV. Murat

Hosted by the Consul of the Ankara Culture Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Mon 12 Feb 20:00 - 23:00

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The Janissaries and the Sipahileren ancestors excused Hüsrev Pasha from being dismissed under Topal Recep Pasha, and they invited Sultan Murat to his footsteps by pressing Topkapi Palace. The Sultan comes. Babu's safer sit on the board established in front. The Asyli demand that some of the state's elders, Shaykhulislam Yahya Efendi, Defterdar Mustafa Pasha, Janissary Network, Hasan Khalifa, Musa Çelebi and Grand Vizier Hafız Pasha of the sultan's nephews be handed over to them. Murat takes Hafiz Pasha from duty, but will not be willing to be killed. When Grand Vizier Hafiz Pasha is also asked, Murat is very upset and says 'Give up my servants, I can not give him', and he will not surrender him to the nobles. Topal Recep Pasha, the ringleader of the uprising, is the Grand Vizier with the pressure of the tyrants. Poet Nefi tells a sweet duet that Sultan Murat should now lower his fist. Murat is preparing himself. Kösem Sultan, the mother of the Sultan, cooperates with Recep Pasha and Murat knows it. Kösem Sultan does not want evil to come to his son. The mother and the son tell a graceful duet, which is shaped by the overpowering lyrical and dramatic parties expressing their commitment to each other. One day the rebels succeed in the palace, demanding Hafiz Pasha. The Sultan tells his ex-grand vizier to escape. Pasha refuses to escape to keep the Sultan in a difficult situation. He surrenders himself by delivering his children to the palace. Murat wishes God to empower himself so that the angels can receive the angel. 'God grant me power'.

Recep Pasha, the elbows of the tough ones, talks about the downloading of Sultan Murat from the throne. My husband agrees, but instead of Murat, he is obliged to be born of himself, to be the throne of the Prince November. He says that according to the tradition the greatest prince, Beyazıt, is the son-in-law, he should not worry about it, he agrees with this work. Dilfigar, a loyal woman to Murat, informs him of this pattern. Murat drowns Recep Pasha, puts his dead in a sack and brings it to the palace gate in front of Recep's men. Murat also annoys his mother. Kösem Sultan wants to send Padişaha news by means of Silahtar to be released by showing various reasons. The secretary informs that the command is certain. Kösem Sultan thinks that he has provided Cihan Saltanatı for his son and gave him power, he says in his room in the harem, 'The star born from my night'. This time, Murat himself calls the representatives from the arrangements of the legs, the novelists, the sipasters, the scholars and the people; discussing the confusion that they have fallen into the state. Show them the wrongs by bringing examples from Kur'an. Once you've infected all of them, he will say that the opponent will match his head with the knob.

When Murat conquers Revan's castle, he declares the commandment of Murat, the grifter; Everyone will be celebrated in a moderate way, celebrating this victory. There is a fire in Istanbul, Murat prohibits tobacco and beverages, coffee shops and coffee shops. Murat forbids satiris Nef, but the poet says he can not give it up. He predicts that the poet Nef will be succeeded; 'All the times are roses that I opened my smell' and Murat delivers his beloved poet to the cell. The people of Istanbul smoke secretly. Murat disguises, comes to the fountain of the famous drinker Bekri Mustafa, and there is also a hangman; but Bekri does not kill Mustafa, he executed the Fener Patriarch because he secretly wrote to Moscow. Then the chief comes out and saves Baghdad in the hands of the Iranian Shah for many years. When he returned to Istanbul, his health deteriorated. It is in the design of the Venice expedition. Dr doctors drink when they forbid. It will worsen. They start to see dreams, they think the tyranny of the bullies. He tells us that his power has slowly separated, he has suffered so much, and he has said of death; 'Oh the pain I took.' The Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa P