Thanks, Sxedio. I've just come across this, and it's a bit late, I know, but I've changed the format of the title in view of your useful remarks immediately above, and a bit of further research. Since "Bey" appears to mean little more than "Mr.", there is no point in treating it as the surname. The only given name of the composer seems to be Cemil, so that should come first and I've left the honorific with it. Tanburi is more of a nickname, qualifying the given name, so I've placed it last in the position we'd normally use for the first name. Not ideal, but more logical, I think.
Very enjoyable recording by the way!
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