“To dream of you”, the Turkish telenovela starring Can Yaman and Demet Özdemir, has established itself as an international audience success. Since its premiere in 2018, the fiction has captivated audiences with its plot and a cast of talented actors, in addition to the music playing an important part in this production which remains in force.
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The soap opera, originally titled “Erkenci Kuş”, premiered in Turkey between 2018 and 2019, becoming a television hit. Some time later, it spread to other countries, such as Spain and Argentina, where it has been broadcast on the Telefe network since the end of last year.
Fiction, known in some countries as “Dreaming Bird”, captivated the audience with the love story of Sanem Aydin Divit and Can Divit. This plot, added to a great cast of actors and a soundtrack were the ingredients that ensured its success. In this sense, we tell you the meaning of each song in the soap opera of Can Yaman and Demet Özdemir.
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WHAT DOES EACH SONG OF THE TELENOVELA “SOÑAR CONTIGO” MEAN?
The Turkish soap opera “Soñar Contigo”, starring Can Yaman and Demet Özdemir, has a soundtrack composed of various musical themes that accompany the love story of Sanem Aydin Divit and Can Divit throughout each chapter.
In this sense, here we show you each musical theme of “Soñar Contigo” and its meaning:
1. “Sana da gunaydın”
This theme was used for the presentation of the beginning of the telenovela starring Can Yaman and Demet Özdemir. This song is the one specifically sung by Demet Özdemir (the actress who plays Sanem) and was heard in its entirety in the first chapter when she appeared dancing with choreography. The lyrics refer to the hopes and dreams everyone has and must not let them die.
2. “Ask Oyunu”
“Ask Oyunu” is another of the themes that plays out in different plot situations, especially when the protagonist has to make difficult decisions that could harm him, Can or someone close to him. This is a purely instrumental theme, that is to say without words, whose title translated into Spanish is “Juego de Amor”.
3. “Yanimda Kal”
This is another instrumental theme which punctually identifies the scenes where Can or Sanem are remembered. Many times it is the song that comes after a fight, moments of loneliness or when there is a distance between the protagonists. Translated into Spanish, it is called “Stay with me”.
It is also an instrumental theme, but in this case it identifies the funny moments of Sanem or his friends. The title of the song is “crazy” and it is specifically linked to these situations that relax fiction and give it touches of romantic comedy.
5. “Can Divide”
It is the instrumental theme that most identifies the character of Can Yaman. This composition is heard in the soap opera whenever Can Divit performs gymnastics and shows off her physical attributes. The song is also common when he is in the Fikri Harika agency, according to the newspaper “La Provincia SJ”.
6. “Ask Kokusu”
This instrumental theme is used when Can smells the aromas of Sanem. She creates her own natural perfumes based on flowers and which generate hypnosis in him whenever she is near her. The title of the song translated into Spanish is “Fragancia de amor”.
“Albatross” is an instrumental song that plays whenever one of the protagonists decides to go to the pier to reflect or walk along the coast to analyze specific situations. The musical theme includes the singing of seagulls and even the crashing of waves on the rocks.
These are also other songs that are part of the soundtrack of the telenovela “Soñar Contigo”, known in some countries as “Dreamy Bird”
WHY CAN YAMAN COME BACK TO TURKEY?
More than a year ago, Can Yaman decides to go to Italy to undertake new projects. He quickly made headlines after learning that it would be the protagonist of the series “Sandokan”, an Italian blockbuster. He also obtained the first role in another fiction of this country, “Viola come il mare”, and after them to be ready to come back to their country of origin.