Bad News from Muazzez Abacı, the Living Legend of Turkish Classical Music

Bad News from Muazzez Abacı, the Living Legend of Turkish Classical Music
Bad News from Muazzez Abacı, the Living Legend of Turkish Classical Music

Voice artist and writer Onur Akay claimed that Abacı was diagnosed with Alzheimer's onset. In his statement, Akay said, “Muazzez Abacı, the living legend of Turkish classical music, has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's onset. They told me about this important discomfort of our artist, who is in America. L am so sorry. I wish a speedy recovery to my favorite great artist," he said.

Voice artist Onur Akay said, “The living legend of Turkish classical music, Muazzez Abacı, has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's onset. They told me about this important discomfort of our artist, who is in America. L am so sorry. I wish a speedy recovery to my favorite great artist," he said.

Who is Muazzez Abaci?

Hicran Muazzez Abacı (born 12 November 1947 in Ankara) is a Turkish singer. Abacı, a classical Turkish music singer, was awarded the title of State Artist in 1998, which was given by the recommendation of the Turkish Ministry of Culture.

He first entered Ankara Radio in 1966. In 1973, he released his first record with Bir Sen Kaldım Inside Kervan Plak. Popularity of Classical and Polyphonic Turkish Music kazanHe became one of the names that made him work and he was loved. He filled in many 45's and LP's on behalf of Kervan, As and Yavuz Records companies, respectively. The artist, whose major albums are Dön (1978), Yasemen (1981), With Your Loved Ones (1983), Peony (1986), Felek (1989), Vurgun (1990), Sensiz Omudi (1991) and Sir (1992), especially "Peony" and " He is immediately remembered for his two works, which are identified with him, called “Vurgun”.

The artist, who reached the peak of his career in 1990 with the song and album "Vurgun" written by Cemal Safi, withdrew himself from the music agenda in the early 2000s, due to the general stagnation and decline in Turkish Classical Music. He took place as a jury in the program "Say". He takes the stage once or twice a month at private venues and public concerts.

His father is Oktay Altıoklar. He attended Ankara College, where he started primary school as a boarding student, until high school. The father of her daughter Saba, who was born in 1969, is a doctor, and her first husband is police officer Abdurrahman Abacı. Later, she got married to lawyer Atilla Kurtbaş for two years (1973-1975). Muazzez Abacı married the famous bully Hasan Heybetli, who was in prison in 1980. This marriage lasted 3 years. The couple, who lived separately for several years, remarried in 1989. But this marriage did not last long either. They divorced for the second time in 1993. In June 2006, Heybetli came to Abacı's door with a single cannonball. It was rumored that they would marry for the third time, but this did not happen.

Muazzez Abacı is often with her daughter Saba, who is a doctor in New York, and her granddaughter, Sera Anderson, in the United States.

On October 22, 2019, Muazzez Abacı broke his leg in 3 places as a result of an accident at his home. His foot was operated and placed in a cast at Yeni Yüzyıl University Faculty of Medicine Gaziosmanpaşa Hospital.

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