|Instruments||Piano, synthesizer, keyboards, violin|
|Labels||Sony BMG, Naxos|
Can Atilla (given birth to in 1969) is a Turkish musician and author of electronic, cultural, orchestral and modern music. Graduated from Hacettepe University or college Ankara Condition Conservatory in 1990 having a BA level in violin, he offers composed several studio room albums aswell as numerous ratings for films, takes on and tv series. Although his previous functions fall in the group of digital music, beginning with middle 2000’s he began to compose in even more traditional design and gained status along with his epic Empire Pentalogy, which includes 5 Ottoman-era themed albums (Cariyeler ve Geceler, 1453 – Sultanlar Aşkına, Aşk-ı Hürrem, Altın Çağ, 1453 – Fatih Aşkına) that he created through the years between 2005 and 2012. Can Atilla is usually widely seen as a pioneer in Turkish digital and modern music. He composed “Diriliş” (Resurrection), the state music for the 90th wedding anniversary from the Turkish parliament this year 2010. In 2016, he made up 17 songs for the musical stage play entitled Kut al-Amara Dramatic Display with Papers. The play celebrates the 100th wedding anniversary from the Ottoman success over the United kingdom in the Siege of Kut through the First World Battle.
1992: Bilinçaltı (Subconsciousness) 1996: Kuvayi Milliye Destanı (The Epic of Self-reliance War) 1997: Efsaneler (Legends) 1998: Ave (In Memory space of Tangerine Fantasy) 1999: Albatros 2001: St. Florian, Dramatic Poem for Huge Orchestra and Body organ in memory space of Anton Bruckner 2003: Waves of Tires (Prolonged - Remastered Release) 2003: Live 2004: Omni 2005: Concorde 2005: Cariyeler ve Geceler (Concubines and Evenings) 2006: 1453 - Sultanlar Aşkına (1453 - For the Sultans' Sake) 2007: Aşk-ı Hürrem (The Like of Hürrem) 2008: Efsaneler (Legends) 2008: Mevlana'dan Çağrı (Rumi's Contact) 2010: Altın Çağ (The Golden Age group) 2011: Hi-Story 2012: 1453 - Fatih Aşkına 2013: Çanakkale 1915 2013: Leyla ile Mecnun 2013: IDEA 2014: Aşkın Gücü (Live at Congresium) 2015: Hüzn'ü Diyar Kerbela 2016: Can-ı Yunus 2017: Symphony No.2 in C small, Gallipoli – The 57th Regiment