So little Asian music culture before the Turkish rule today no trace can not be detected; Asia Minor non-Turkish residents, such as the Armenians, language, music culture, both eltörökösödtek (vándorlantosaik the ásog-ok even their name is the same as the Turkish Asik, respectively, musical instruments, the saz and pipes or drums davul called zurna names, common to the with Turkish etc). Likewise eltörökösödött Greek population of the city’s music and as already stated H. Pernot, the Greek islands felt the effects of Turkish music; this effect was concluded between as is known, F. X. Kuhac South Slav peoples in the Balkans. The same konstatálhatjuk historically distant periods as well: this writer recently showed that age before the Ottoman conquest of the Byzantine church and organ music all Turkestan radiant, without a broader layers of the population would have a spill (Descriptions d’Orgues Données par Quelques Anciens auteurs Turcs, Revue de Musicologia 1929); After the conquest of Constantinople, however, not only in the folk music of the region’s population, but the church music of Eastern Christianity itself szaturálódott Turkish elements. A Gastoué recognizes this as well, who recently (in relation to the above study) states that after the Turkish music is really widespread impact of Byzantium in the East and the Byzantine nature of diatonic music obscured almost everywhere (Revue de Musicologia 1930 Febr.). Turkish, Greek, Armenian music culture, however, both in Asia Minor and in particular Asia Minor ancient oriental culture refers to as the common origin and focus of the place. It’s the folk music culture, which can be found in this area, predominantly Central Asian origin cells. Perhaps this refers back to the homeland parlando-rubato melodic material, the like of which shows Bela Bartok in Hungary and which is also ancient Eastern sources is supposed to result.