News Center-Composer Talat Er, fascinated by Wilma Elles's beauty, composed special compositions for the famous actress!
Famous violinist and composer Talat Er, whose composition "Okyanus" became one of the most popular songs of the year and won the "Song of the Year" award with this song, collected his new compositions consisting of Engin Caucasian lyrics in his second album called "Hediyem Olsun" and interpreted it with his own voice. The album, which was presented to music lovers with the label of Elenor Music, was released on all digital platforms.
COMPOSED SONGS TO WİLMA ELLES!
Talat Er, who shot a music video for the song "Can Veririm For You" with the famous actress Wilma Elles, also composed 2 separate songs for Elles. Er said, “When I first saw Wilma Elles, her beauty inspired me. In addition, we both used the term no more to the events we went through while shooting the music video, and I composed a song called “No More” for Wilma with the inspiration that came out of nowhere. Wilma also entered the studio and sang a duet with me, and the song got into the album at the last minute. Also, we were late for a program and while I was driving, I said to Wilma I pray for you so that we can catch up safely, and 2 minutes later, when a car with a prayer plate passed in front of us, Wilma was very surprised and asked me to compose a song called "Prayer". This time, I composed another special song called "Dua" for Wilma Elles to sing." She used her expressions. Wilma Elles said, “It is a great feeling to be the muse of a Turkish music composer.”
ALBUM AND CONCERT LEFT INCOME TO TEV!
In addition, Er, who introduced his album with the concert he gave in the Children's Reading Project jointly organized by the Turkish Education Foundation and Kadıköy Volunteers, sang the compositions from his new album in the first part of the concert. In the second part, the artist, who performed the popular works of Turkish music, left all of his album and concert income to TEV. Artist friends such as Ayşe Ekiz, Aydın Arslan, Esra İçöz, Füsün Batum, Çağdaş Suseven and Murat Seçkin accompanied the artist on the stage.
Talat Er, who prepares and presents programs on TRT radios and televisions, is also the conductor of many Turkish classical music choirs.