At a concert a few months ago I was much struck by an encore played by the Atrium Quartet, a movement from Fazil Say's Quartet No 1 "Divorce" which so obviously depicted an argument even before we knew the title of the work (sadly the work doesn't appear to have been recorded yet). Nazim Say is a Turkish composer and pianist, b.1970.
I was delighted therefore to discover a CD of Say's "Nazim" in a local charity shop. It appears to be a big work with soloists and orchestra and a narrator. Sadly, I haven't any clue at all what it's about: every word in the booklet is in Turkish! Google has so far produced nothing useful: can anyone here help?
Otherwise I might have to sign up for Turkish evening classes and I don't suppose they run many in Cornwall...!