Korla pandit plays music of the exotic east


Misirlou (Μισιρλού) is the feminine form of Misirlis (Μισιρλής) which comes from the Turkish word Mısırlı, which is formed by combining Mısır ("Egypt" in Turkish, borrowed from Arabic مِصر‎ Miṣr) with the Turkish -lı suffix , literally meaning "Egyptian".

Above: Ed Zollman at the console of the KOMO pipe organ.
(Photos courtesy of the collection of Gordon Crook, Exmouth, UK)
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In 1941, Nick Roubanis, a Greek-American music instructor, released a jazz instrumental arrangement of the song, crediting himself as the composer.


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