Tsifteteli (Τσιφτετέλι) is an instrumental for a solo bouzouki with a slightly mystical note. It's rhythm is a fusion between Belly Dance (Cocek) and a contemporary a Rock/Funk drumming. Using the Minor Phrygian scale (mode).
The track Tsifteteli is notable for its riff: it's a fine crafted audio synthesis of Rock and Belly Dance. Combining the ornaments and scales of both genres, and performed on the upper two strings of the Bouzouki, it represents a fine example of Balkan Folk/Rock Fusion.
Otherwise, the word 'Tsifte-telli' has a Turkish origin meaning double-stringed, referring to the Turkish Baglama instrument. The dance can be found in the musical traditions of all ex-Turkish Empire provinces.