In the polyphonic arrangements of Turkish music monopoly according to equal tamperaman system notes, it is seen that mostly microtones are not used or only used in melody and not used in sub-parties. These arrangements are performed by musicians educated in Western classical music and are generally compatible with the influence of education. However, in these arrangements, the Turkish music work itself has lost its own maqam timbre/original tones. In order to prevent the loss of the maqam timbre, the Turkish music works which were arranged in polyphonic music were used by the musicians who were under the influence of Western classical music education. Participants' opinions about the Turkish music works were performed in polyphonic style with the polyphonic music of the Western classical music without the use of microtons. While more than half of the participants found microtone polyphonic arrangements compatible with the problem of intonation, they found and liked the polyphonic arrangements according to equal tamperaman system notes without any problems and liked the intonation.
Keywords: microtonal, harmony with microtones, ussak work, polyphony arrangement, perception study