Artist Nuri Sesiguzel was sent off on his last journey
Artist Nuri Sesiguzel was sent off on his last journey The funeral of voice actor and actor Nuri Sesigüzel was buried in Istanbul. The funeral prayer of the artist, who died at the age of 86 from multiple organ failure due to heart failure in the hospital where he was treated, was held at the Teşvikiye Mosque. His son, Mehmet Sesigüzel, told reporters that they understood their father's value better today. Stating that many people from home and abroad called or came in person to express their condolences, Sesigüzel said, "We have seen, felt, already knew that he is a really beloved artist here as a family. We are proud to be the sons of such a father. Let the place be a paradise." When he saw the crowd coming to the funeral, he emphasized that they were proud of their father once again and informed that they would accept condolences at the Kuba Mosque in Büyükçekmece in the evening. "He broke new ground in folk music" Artist Selahattin Alpay said, "It was not easy to be Nuri Sesigüzel. A person who comes with his nails. First of all, it was one of the biggest touchstones that served our own folk music in every way. May Allah rest in peace." Stating that Sesigüzel is an exemplary figure for everyone who sings folk music today, Alpay said, "If we eat bread, we eat because of it. Because he had made a breakthrough in folk music. First of all, his personality is indisputable. He had a reputation that no one else deserved. He never disrespected his own audience, his people. That was the character I took as an example." In addition to Sesigüzel's family and loved ones, many people from the world of politics and art attended the funeral, including Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Ekrem İmamoğlu, Şişli Mayor Muammer Keskin, Büyükçekmece Mayor Hasan Akgün, Mehmet Sevigen, Yavuz Ağıralioğlu, Mahmut Tuncer and Yunus Bülbül. After the prayers, the artist's body was buried in the family cemetery in Büyükçekmece New Cemetery. Who is Nuri Sesigüzel? Born on July 1, 1937 in the Birecik district of Şanlıurfa, the artist left his education after secondary education and became interested in music. Sesigüzel started her artistic life by winning the competition opened by Istanbul Radio in 1961. After releasing her first 45 album titled "Kar Bölük Bölük Bölük in the Korean Mountains", the artist made her voice heard all over Turkey with Ankara Radio and won a gold record with the folk songs "Sarı Sabahlık", "Ağlayan Gözim" and "Saç Beyaz Oldu". The artist, who started his film acting career in 1963 with the film "Black Snake", played in the films "The Rose of the Factory" in 1964, "Black Train" in 1966, "Aşk Türküsü" in 1969, "Honor of the Neighborhood" and "The Game of Destiny" in 1970. In 1966, he composed the music for the films "Geceler Yarim Oldu" and "Burçak Tarlası", and in 1968 for the films "Kara Sevda". Sesigüzel, who founded the Film-San Foundation in 1975 with her fellow actors, starred in the film "Bir Yiğit Gurbete Gitse" in 1977.

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