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Playlist of List of Iranian composers

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  • Loris Tjeknavorian, Rostam and Sohrab, Symphonic Suite

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    Loris Tjeknavorian, Rostam and Sohrab, Symphonic Suite

    1. Introduction
    2. Festive Dance
    3. Love Scene of Rostam and Tahmineh
    4. To the War (Sohrab declares war on Iran)
    5. Interlude
    6. Battle of Rostam and Sohrab_Death of Sohrab
    7. VII. Sohrab's Funeral Procession

    Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra
    Loris Tjeknavorian, conductor

    Loris Tjeknavorian (also spelled Cheknavarian, Armenian: Լորիս Ճգնավորյան; Persian: لوریس چکناواریان, born 13 October 1937 in Borujerd) is an Iranian Armenian composer and conductor. He is one of the most celebrated cultural figures in Armenia and Iran.

    As one of the leading conductors of his generation, he has led international orchestras throughout the world: in Austria, UK, United States’ Canada, Hungary, Copenhagen, Iran, Finland, USSR, Armenia, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Africa, Denmark, and Israel.

    As a composer Tjeknavorian has written 6 operas, 5 symphonies, choral works (among them God is Love, The Life of Christ, the oratorio Book of Revelation, and a requiem), chamber music, ballet music, piano and vocal works, concerti for piano, violin, guitar, cello and pipa (Chinese lute), as well as music for documentary and feature films.

    His compositions have been performed by major orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Halle Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Helsinki, American Symphony Orchestra in New York, Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Mexico Symphony Orchestra, London Percussion Virtuosi, Strasbourg Percussion Ensemble and English Chamber Orchestra. He has made some 100 recordings with RCA, Philips, EMI, ASV, and others.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Behzad Abdi, Concert for Orchestra Mulla Sadra

    21:42

    Behzad Abdi, Concert for Orchestra Mulla Sadra

    1. Splendor of Iranian Philosophy
    2. Canyon of Thoughts
    3. Repentance
    4. Drop and Sun
    5. Dialogue
    6. Finale

    National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
    Vladimir Sirenko, conductor

    Behzad Abdi (born 1973, Tehran) is an Iranian composer of opera, film and television music.
    He came to international attention in 2006 with his Nuclear Symphony, commissioned by the government to celebrate Iran's nuclear achievements.

    The IMDb database cites film and television music for no less than 43 productions between 2010 and 2018.

    Abdi studied setar and Iranian traditional music and also Western classical music at the Tchaikovsky Academy in Ukraine, beginning his studies there in 2003.[4] He has been described as the first composer to write Iranian traditional opera fusing Iranian traditional and Western classical music.

    His opera Rumi from 2009, based on the life of Rumi, with libretto by Behrouz Gharibourm, and with Mohammad Motamadi, has been released on a UK label, Naxos.
    Abdi is currently based in Kiev, Ukraine.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Loris Tjeknavorian, Othello, Symphonic Suite

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    Loris Tjeknavorian, Othello, Symphonic Suite

    1. Presentation of Iago’s Character - The Plotting Dance
    2. Othello - Bravura Dance
    3. Desdemona in Love
    4. Storm, Sea Voyage to Cyprus
    5. Othello and Desdemona (Pas De Deux)
    6. Festive Dance - Dagger Dance (Rodrigo and Cassio)
    7. Ball Scene, Waltz (Othello Accuses Desdemona)
    8. Desdemona’S Lament And Prayer
    9. Strangulation Scene (Pas De Deux) - Othello Reveals the Truth (Iago, Emilia, Cassio)
    10. Othello’s Grief and Remorse_Suicide

    London Symphony Orchestra
    Loris Tjeknavorian, conductor

    Loris Tjeknavorian (also spelled Cheknavarian, Armenian: Լորիս Ճգնավորյան; Persian: لوریس چکناواریان, born 13 October 1937 in Borujerd) is an Iranian Armenian composer and conductor. He is one of the most celebrated cultural figures in Armenia and Iran.

    As one of the leading conductors of his generation, he has led international orchestras throughout the world: in Austria, UK, United States’ Canada, Hungary, Copenhagen, Iran, Finland, USSR, Armenia, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Africa, Denmark, and Israel.

    As a composer Tjeknavorian has written 6 operas, 5 symphonies, choral works (among them God is Love, The Life of Christ, the oratorio Book of Revelation, and a requiem), chamber music, ballet music, piano and vocal works, concerti for piano, violin, guitar, cello and pipa (Chinese lute), as well as music for documentary and feature films.

    His compositions have been performed by major orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Halle Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Helsinki, American Symphony Orchestra in New York, Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Mexico Symphony Orchestra, London Percussion Virtuosi, Strasbourg Percussion Ensemble and English Chamber Orchestra. He has made some 100 recordings with RCA, Philips, EMI, ASV, and others.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Top 30 Funeral Classics

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    00:00:00 Adagio in G Minor – Albinoni (Consort of London, Robert Hayden Clark)
    00:06:38 V. Pie Jesu – Maurice Duruflé (The Choir of Leeds Catrhedral, Skipton Building Society Camerata)
    00:09:36 Miserere – Gregorio Allegri (Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, Timothy Brown)
    00:22:14 VII. In paradisum – Gabriel Fauré (Holland Boys Choir, Piet Jan Leusink)
    00:25:29 Ave verum corpus in D Major, K. 618 – Mozart (Choir of St john’s College, Christopher Robinson)
    00:29:02 V. Panis Angelicus – César Franck (Choir of St john’s College, Christopher Robinson)
    00:32:32 I. Stabat Mater Dolorosa – Pergolesi (Cambridge Ensemble, Timothy Brown, Angharad Jones)
    00:36:19 Bist du bei mir, BVW 508 – J.S. Bach (Johannette Zomer, Pieter-Jan Belder)
    00:39:00 Spiegel im Spiegel (1978) – Arvo Pärt (Jeroen van Veen)
    00:48:10 I. Introitus. Requiem aeternam – Mozart (Chamber Choir Of Europe, Kammerorchester Pforzheim)
    00:52:58 I. Aria. Ich habe genug – J.S. Bach ( Netherlands Bach Collegium, Pieter Jan Leusink)
    01:00:43 VII. Communio. Lux aeterna – Mozart (Chamber Choir Of Europe, Kammerorchester Pforzheim)
    01:06:24 “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth” – Handel (Choir of Kings College, Cambridge,)
    01:12:14 Spem in alium nunquam habui à 40 – Thomas Tallis (Chappelle du Roi, Alistair Dixon)
    01:22:15 No. 49 Aria. “Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben” – J.S. Bach (Brandenburg Consort, Stephen Cleobury)
    01:26:57 II. Adagio. Sehr feierlich (ed. Nowak) – Anton Bruckner (Rundfunk- SinfonieOrchester Berlin)
    01:42:40 I. Canon – Johann Pachelbell (Consort of London, Robert Hayden Clark)
    01:47:23 Adagio for Strings in B-Flat Minor – Robert Barber (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Philip Ellis)
    01:55:09 II. Air – J.S. Bach (Ludwig Güttler, Berliner Symphonie)
    01:59:27 Act III, Scene Two: “Thy Hand, Belinda…When I Am Laid in Earth (Dido)” – Henry Purcell (Musica ad Rhenum, Jed Wentz, Nicola Wemyss)
    02:00:04 IV. Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen – Johannes Brahms (Rundfunkchor Berlin)
    02:05:56 III. Marche funèbre. Lento – Chopin (Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy)
    02:14:49 X. Chorale, Jesu bleibet meine Freude – J.S. Bach (Holland Boys Choir)
    02:18:00 Dance of the Blessed Spirits – Christoph Gluck (Orchestra De Chambre De Wallonie)
    02:25:04 Denn er hat seine Engeln befohlen, MWV B 53 – Felix Mendelssohn (Choir of St. John’s College)
    02:28:02 IV. Adagietto – Gustav Mahler (Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, Rudolph Barshai)
    02:36:18 In the Midst of Life – Henry Purcell (Choir of CLAIRE College , Cambridge Timothy Brown)
    02:39:59 Pavana pour un infante defunte, M. 19 – Maurice Ravel (Michaelangelo Carbonara)
    02:46:23 In Paradisum - (Traditional, Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus, Stan Hollaardt)
    02:52:06 No. 4, Im Abendrot – Richard Strauss( Radio Filharmonisch Orkest Holland, Edo de Waart)

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  • Iranian Jazz Night / Conservatorio di Milano - Documentary

    24:14

    On April 6th, 2013, Dogme ART organized Iranian Jazz Night in Milan Conservatory under the patronage of Municipality of Milan.

    Paris based Jazz Pianist Arshid Azarine, well-known percussionist Habib Meftah Boushehri, vocalist and songwriter Golnar Shahyar (based in Vienna) and famous Jazz Guitarist and Composer Mahan Mirarab (based in Vienna) were invited to perform their art in Milan that night. This concert was organized in Milan Conservatory's Sala Puccini with capacity of 400 guests. In this event, Arshid and Habib shared the same stage for a whole concert with Vienna based Duo, Mahan and Golnar for the first time.

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    A DOGME ART PROJECT.

    DESIGNED BY:
    Shervin Fekri

    PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT:
    Hamed Lavari

    PRODUCTION TEAM:
    Taher Nikkhah Abyaneh, Behzad Bani, Shadi Malek, Soheil Raheli

    PRODUCED BY Dogme Art (LOGO):
    Taher Nikkhah Abyaneh, Behzad Bani, Shervin Fekri, Ahmad Mobasher

    STAFF MANAGEMENT:
    Mahroo Amiri

    HOSPITALITY:
    Stefano Luca Busso, Alessandro Garavaglia, Heloei Jacob, Latifeh Latifian, Negar Mostafavi, Caterina Scalzo, Sam Young

    MEDIA TEAM MANAGEMENT:
    Sina Pouyan

    MEDIA TEAM:
    Seyhoon Ayoubi, Hooman Meyabadi, Delaram Mirnaghibi, Sina Pouyan

    And thanks to all those who helped us with this project!

  • Loris Tjeknavorian, Pardis & Parisa Suite, No 1 for Orchestra

    15:39

    Loris Tjeknavorian, Pardis & Parisa Suite, No. 1 for Orchestra

    1. Introduction
    2. Romance
    3. Dance of Nightingale
    4. Nocturne
    5. Festive Dance
    6. Finale

    Armenian Pilharmonic Orchestra
    Loris Tjeknavorian, conductor

    Loris Tjeknavorian (also spelled Cheknavarian, Armenian: Լորիս Ճգնավորյան; Persian: لوریس چکناواریان‎, born 13 October 1937 in Borujerd) is an Iranian Armenian composer and conductor. He is one of the most celebrated cultural figures in Armenia and Iran.

    As one of the leading conductors of his generation, he has led international orchestras throughout the world: in Austria, UK, United States’ Canada, Hungary, Copenhagen, Iran, Finland, USSR, Armenia, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Africa, Denmark, and Israel.

    As a composer Tjeknavorian has written 6 operas, 5 symphonies, choral works (among them God is Love, The Life of Christ, the oratorio Book of Revelation, and a requiem), chamber music, ballet music, piano and vocal works, concerti for piano, violin, guitar, cello and pipa (Chinese lute), as well as music for documentary and feature films.

    His compositions have been performed by major orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Halle Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Helsinki, American Symphony Orchestra in New York, Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Mexico Symphony Orchestra, London Percussion Virtuosi, Strasbourg Percussion Ensemble and English Chamber Orchestra. He has made some 100 recordings with RCA, Philips, EMI, ASV, and others.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • ???? Music for Stress Relief 24/7, Relaxing Classical Music, Instrumental Music, Mozart, Study, Sleep

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  • Persian Classical Music

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    Iranian traditional music, also known as Persian classical music, refers to the classical music of Iran. It consists of characteristics developed through the country's classical, medieval, and contemporary eras. Iran's classical art music is vocal based, and the vocalist plays a crucial role, as he or she decides what mood to express and which dastgah (musical modal system) relates to that mood. In many cases, the vocalist is also responsible for choosing the lyrics. If the performance requires a singer, the singer is accompanied by at least one wind or string instrument, and at least one type of percussion. There could be an ensemble of instruments, though the primary vocalist must maintain his or her role. In some tasnif songs, the musicians may accompany the singer by singing along several verses. Indigenous Iranian musical instruments used in the traditional music include string instruments such as the chang (harp), qanun, santur, rud (oud, barbat), tar, dotar, setar, tanbur, and kamanche, wind instruments such as the sorna (zurna, karna), ney, and neyanban, and percussion instruments such as the tompak, kus, daf (dayere), naqare, and dohol. The history of musical development in Iran dates back thousands of years. Archaeological records attributed to pre-Iranian civilizations, such as those of Elam in the southwest and of Oxus in the northeast, demonstrate musical traditions in the prehistoric times.

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  • How Frédéric Chopin Played J.S.Bach

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    If tomorrow, Frédéric Chopin would play J.S.Bach's Well-Tempered Klavier in Carnegie Hall, would you go? Would you die of curiosity how the genius player Chopin must have been, would deliver that music?
    I would...
    Unfortunately that'll never happen in reality... but here is some good news to cover up for that: we do have information, very concrete, almost tangible information that tells us a lot of how the musician Chopin shaped the music of Bach.
    The answer to that is kind of astonishing, it puts us immediately back in a context that is very different from ours.
    So let me guide you in this episode to some interesting perspectives, all based on a 19th century score and... some pencil markings!
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  • اجرای هنرجویان اردوان کامکار برای پاسداشت حسین دهلوی duet of santour

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    Hossein Dehlavi is one of the most famous music composers and musicians in Iran who has had a great affection on Iranian music. In this video, Adavan Kamkar students performs the piece Duet Santour in Segah, which is one of the first Duet written for Santour, to keep up the position of this student professor. Ardavan Kamkar also spoke about Hossein Dehlavi and his influence on Iranian music.
    حسین دهلوی از آهنگسازان و موسیقیدانان سرشناس موسیقی ایران است که تأثیر بسیاری بر
    موسیقی ایرانی گذاشته است. در این ویدیو برای پاسداشت مقام این استاد هنرجویان استاد اردوان کامکار قطعه «دوئت سنتور در سه گاه» که از اولین آثار نوشته شده برای دونوازی سنتور است را اجرا می کنند. هم چنین اردوان کامکار درباره حسین دهلوی و تأثیر او در موسیقی ایران صحبت کرده است.

  • خوابهاي طلايي - تنظیم برای ارکستر از شهرداد روحانی

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    'Golden Dreams' is a famous piece by the Iranian great maestro Javad Maroufi. He was one of the most acknowledged and talented musicians, composers and pianists, well-known for binding traditional and western music together. Undoubtedly regarded as a pioneer to compose Iranian music for piano, the classical organ.

    This piece based on the original melody is arranged for orchestra by Shardad Rohani ( ), a famous Iranian composer, violinist/pianist, and conductor.

    In the photo ( copyrighted of the official website of Javad Maroufi - ), Sassan Mohebbi ( ), his talented student is standing next to the great maestro.

  • Loris Tjeknavorian, Violin Concerto, Op 1

    24:18

    Loris Tjeknavorian, Violin Concerto, Op. 1

    1. Allegro energico
    2. Andante cantabile
    3. Allegro con spirito

    Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, violin
    Frankfurt Radio Symphony
    Ulrich Edelmann, conductor

    Loris Tjeknavorian (also spelled Cheknavarian, Armenian: Լորիս Ճգնավորյան; Persian: لوریس چکناواریان, born 13 October 1937 in Borujerd) is an Iranian Armenian composer and conductor. He is one of the most celebrated cultural figures in Armenia and Iran.

    As one of the leading conductors of his generation, he has led international orchestras throughout the world: in Austria, UK, United States’ Canada, Hungary, Copenhagen, Iran, Finland, USSR, Armenia, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Africa, Denmark, and Israel.

    As a composer Tjeknavorian has written 6 operas, 5 symphonies, choral works (among them God is Love, The Life of Christ, the oratorio Book of Revelation, and a requiem), chamber music, ballet music, piano and vocal works, concerti for piano, violin, guitar, cello and pipa (Chinese lute), as well as music for documentary and feature films.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Mahasti - Yek Labkhand مهستی - یک لبخنـــــــد

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    Mahasti (Persian: مهستــــي) born Eftekhar Dadehbala (November 16, 1946 - June 25, 2007) was a female Iranian pop and classical singer and diva.

    She was recognized as the Banooye Golhaa va Delha (Lady of hearts & flowers). She was the younger sister of another popular Iranian female singer, Hayedeh. Mahasti's voice was discovered by maestro Parviz Yahaghi, a distinguished Iranian composer and violinist.

    She was amongst a rare group of singers who started their careers on the prestigious Persian traditional music radio program Gol hâ ye Rangârang (گلهای رنگارنگ), in 1963 with the song Anke Delam Râ Borde Xodâyâ(Persian -آنكه دلم را برده خدایا) composed and arranged by maestro Parviz Yahaghi with lyrics from Bijan Taraghi.

    She worked with some of the most famous Iranian composers, including Parviz Yahaghi, Habibollah Badiei, Homayoon Khorram, Asadollah Malek, Anooshiravan Rohani, Jahanbakhsh Pazooki, Hasan Shamaeizadeh, Mohammad Heidari, Jamshid Sheibani, Sadegh Nojooki, and Manoochehr Cheshmazar as well as some younger composers such as Bijan Mortazavi, Faramarz Aasef, Mehrdad Asemani, and Shadmehr Aghili.

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  • Pre-Concert Lecture for New Jersey Festival Orchestra: October 13, 2018

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    Michael Rosin, Music Historian for the New Jersey Festival Orchestra, delivers the Pre-Concert lecture for the 2018-2019 Season Opener on October 13, 2018. The works are:
    - Porgy and Bess Fantasy - George Gershwin, arr. Iain Farrington
    - Violin Concerto No. 1 - Max Bruch
    - Symphonic Dances - Sergei Rachmaninoff

    Many thanks to Ed Lara for recording and producing this video!

  • hollywood strings East west Quantum Leap

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    East west
    Hollywood Strings, a collection of orchestral string instruments with unprecedented control over sound and performance.

    Recording for Hollywood Strings took place at EastWest Studio 1, the same studio where many Hollywood soundtracks and television themes were recorded with a live orchestra. Heading this project were co-producers Doug Rogers, Nick Phoenix and Thomas Bergersen and sound engineer Shawn Murphy.

    Joining Rogers and Phoenix as co-producer on Hollywood Strings is Thomas Bergersen, a composer and orchestrator and Phoenix's partner in trailer music company Two Steps From Hell. His extensive experience in composing for orchestras and with virtual orchestras made him a perfect fit for the team of Rogers and Phoenix.

    Shawn Murphy, is an Academy Award, C.A.S. (Cinema Audio Society), BAFTA, and Emmy award-winning sound engineer who has recorded and mixed the scores for more than 300 feature films including ET: the Extra-Terrestrial, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, all five Harry Potter films, Titanic, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Bourne Ultimatum, Minority Report, Saving Private Ryan, Munich, The Passion Of The Christ, X-Men: The Last Stand, Memoirs of a Geisha and Ice Age.

    According to EastWest, Hollywood Strings has many groundbreaking features not found in any other virtual strings collection. Finger position is, for the first time, controllable by the user, so they can play as far up the strings as they want, and get a fuller, more romantic, Hollywood sound. Vibrato intensity and extensive dynamics are controllable by the user. Extensive multi-dynamic true legato has been sampled for all sections in three different categories: slurred, portamento, and bow change. This results in unsurpassed legato performance that has never been available in the sample world, says EastWest. Hollywood Strings has five user-controllable microphone positions including main pickup (Decca tree), mid pickup, close pickup, surround pickup, and an alternate vintage circa 1945 RCA ribbon room pickup.

    Articulations:

    * Multiple finger positions for all sections including open strings.
    * 3 unique styles of legato interval sampling, including never before sampled bow change legato, slurred legato, and portamento sliding legato, sampled at 3, 3 and 2 dynamics respectively, all with speed control.
    * 5 dynamics of up- and down-bowed sustains.
    * Multiple vibrato intensities.
    * Up- and down-bowed notes.
    * Extensive runs.
    * Playable runs.
    * Powerful scripting.
    * Other articulations:
    o Bartók pizzicato
    o Col legno
    o Detaché
    o Flautando
    o Harmonics
    o Marcato
    o Measured tremolo
    o On-the-string staccato
    o Pizzicato
    o Repetitions
    o Richochet
    o Spiccato
    o Staccatissmo
    o Staccato
    o Sul ponticello tremolo
    o Tremolo
    o Trills (major and minor)

    Instrumentation (All sections were sampled with wide extended ranges including almost 4 octaves for violins):

    * 16 1st Violins (9/7 divisi mode).
    * 14 2nd Violins (8/6 divisi mode).
    * 10 Violas (6/4 divisi mode).
    * 10 Cellos (6/4 divisi mode).
    * 7 Basses (4/3 divisi mode).

    Recording:

    * Recorded in the famous EastWest Studios 1.
    * Neve 8078 mixing console.
    * Meitner ADC converters.
    * 5 user-mixable microphone positions:
    o Main - Decca tree (Neumann M50s) and Brauner VM1 KHE (Klaus Heyne Edition) outriggers.
    o Mid - Neumann KMi, Neumann KM 254, Sony C37A, Neumann U-47.
    o Close - AKG C12, Neumann U47, Neumann U67, Nordic Audio Labs NU-47.
    o Surround - Neumann KM 83.
    o Alternate Room - Vintage RCA44 Ribbon.

  • Top 50 Best Piano Classics For Kids

    1:34:31

    Tracklist in the comment section:
    TOP 50 Best Piano Classics For Kids

    A wonderful selection of the most famous piano pieces written for children, by the great composers.

    These charming and appealing pieces stimulate the imagination and brings you in the world of Fairy Tales (Grieg’s March of the Dwarfs, riding a wooden horse (Schumann’s Kinderszenen), playing in the snow (Debussy’Children’s Corner), and ending in a peaceful slumber of the Berceuse by Chopin.

    Played by world renowned pianists Klára Würtz and Alexander Warenberg.

  • National Imperial Anthem of Ottoman Empire: Mecidiye Marşı 1299 - 1923

    6:41

    National Imperial Anthem of Ottoman Empire: Mecidiye March 1299- 1923

    The Ottoman Empire used anthems since its foundation in the late 13th century, but did not use a specific royal or national anthem until the 19th century. During the reign of Sultan Mahmud II, when the military and imperial band were re-organized along Western lines, Giuseppe Donizetti was invited to head the process. Donizetti Pasha, as he was known in the Ottoman Empire, composed the first Western-style imperial anthem, the Mahmudiye.

    Like in many other monarchies of its time, the anthem of the Ottoman Empire was a royal anthem, not a national one. Hence it paid homage to a specific ruler and a new anthem was composed at each imperial succession. However, in 1844, with the Tanzimat reforms, the Mecidiye March was recognized as the first official Ottoman national anthem. The first official Ottoman national flag (which was in essence identical to the present-day Turkish flag) was also adopted in 1844.

    Mahmudiye - for Sultan Mahmud II (1808-1839) - by Giuseppe Donizetti, brother of Gaetano Donizetti
    Mecidiye March - for Sultan Abdülmecid I (1839-1861), by Giuseppe Donizetti
    Aziziye March - for Sultan Abdülâziz (1861-1876), by Callisto Guatelli
    Hamidiye - for Sultan Abdulhamid II (1876-1909), by Necip Pasha
    Reşadiye - for Sultan Mehmed Resad V (1909-1918) by Italo Selvelli

    After the start of the imperial anthem tradition, two Sultans did not have specific anthems composed. The first is Sultan Murad V, who reigned for 3 months in 1876 and the second is the last Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Sultan Mehmed Vahdeddin, who used the Mahmudiye anthem.

    Only the Hamidiye and Reşadiye have lyrics, the first three anthems being instrumental.

  • PASIC15 - Nexus with Iranian Vocalist Sepideh Raissadat

    14:49

    Highlight from the Daytime Showcase Concert: Nexus with Iranian Vocalist Sepideh Raissadat.

    Filmed at PASIC 2015 in San Antonio, TX, November 11th-14th.

    Sponsored by Pearl Corporation, Adams Musical Instruments, Sabian Ltd., Zildjian Company, Dream Cymbals, Vic Firth Company, Woodstock Chimes, Malletech LLC/KPP, Innovative Percussion Inc., Ray Dillard, Xylomusic

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    The percussion ensemble Nexus has recorded over twenty-five CDs and toured throughout the world. In 1999, Nexus was inducted into the PAS Hall of Fame. The ensemble has collaborated with composers Steve Reich, John Cage, Toru Takemitsu, and commissioned dozens of compositions. Nexus has performed with Steve Gadd, Peter Erskine, Kronos Quartet, Canadian Brass, Richard Stoltzman, and has performed with major symphony orchestras in North America, Europe, and Asia.

    Sepideh Raissadat is a Persian classical vocalist and musician who was the first female vocalist to have a solo public performance in Iran after the 1979 revolution. As a child, she studied Persian classical music with the famous Iranian diva, Parissa, and later with renowned masters Parviz Meshkatian and Mohammad-Reza Lotfi. Raissadat has had numerous performances in Europe and North America and garnered many invitations by prestigious institutions, including UNESCO and the Vatican.

  • Loris Tjeknavorian, Dances Fantastic for Orchestra

    19:04

    Loris Tjeknavorian, Dances Fantastic for Orchestra

    1. Rhythmic Dance
    2. Dance Pizzicato
    3. Lyric Dance
    4. Festive Dance
    5. Love Dance
    6. Spiritual Dance
    7. Dance of Ecstasy

    Armenian Pilharmonic Orchestra
    Loris Tjeknavorian, conductor

    Loris Tjeknavorian (also spelled Cheknavarian, Armenian: Լորիս Ճգնավորյան; Persian: لوریس چکناواریان‎, born 13 October 1937 in Borujerd) is an Iranian Armenian composer and conductor. He is one of the most celebrated cultural figures in Armenia and Iran.

    As one of the leading conductors of his generation, he has led international orchestras throughout the world: in Austria, UK, United States’ Canada, Hungary, Copenhagen, Iran, Finland, USSR, Armenia, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Africa, Denmark, and Israel.

    As a composer Tjeknavorian has written 6 operas, 5 symphonies, choral works (among them God is Love, The Life of Christ, the oratorio Book of Revelation, and a requiem), chamber music, ballet music, piano and vocal works, concerti for piano, violin, guitar, cello and pipa (Chinese lute), as well as music for documentary and feature films.

    His compositions have been performed by major orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Halle Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Helsinki, American Symphony Orchestra in New York, Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Mexico Symphony Orchestra, London Percussion Virtuosi, Strasbourg Percussion Ensemble and English Chamber Orchestra. He has made some 100 recordings with RCA, Philips, EMI, ASV, and others.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Loris Tjeknavorian, Ararat Suite for Orchestra

    21:59

    Loris Tjeknavorian, Ararat Suite for Orchestra

    1. Alleluia, Landing of the Ark
    2. Noah's Prayer to the Lord
    3. Thanksgiving Dance
    4. Noah Sends the Dove
    5. Celebration Dance - Waltz
    6. Noah Builds an Altar to the Lord
    7. The Covenant of the Rainbow - Jubilant Dance

    Armenian Pilharmonic Orchestra
    Loris Tjeknavorian, conductor

    Loris Tjeknavorian (also spelled Cheknavarian, Armenian: Լորիս Ճգնավորյան; Persian: لوریس چکناواریان‎, born 13 October 1937 in Borujerd) is an Iranian Armenian composer and conductor. He is one of the most celebrated cultural figures in Armenia and Iran.

    As one of the leading conductors of his generation, he has led international orchestras throughout the world: in Austria, UK, United States’ Canada, Hungary, Copenhagen, Iran, Finland, USSR, Armenia, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Africa, Denmark, and Israel.

    As a composer Tjeknavorian has written 6 operas, 5 symphonies, choral works (among them God is Love, The Life of Christ, the oratorio Book of Revelation, and a requiem), chamber music, ballet music, piano and vocal works, concerti for piano, violin, guitar, cello and pipa (Chinese lute), as well as music for documentary and feature films.

    His compositions have been performed by major orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Halle Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Helsinki, American Symphony Orchestra in New York, Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Mexico Symphony Orchestra, London Percussion Virtuosi, Strasbourg Percussion Ensemble and English Chamber Orchestra. He has made some 100 recordings with RCA, Philips, EMI, ASV, and others.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Empty Within ft Ali Tajvidi Violin Persian Epic Cinematic Music in 432Hz

    3:43

    Empty Within ft Ali Tajvidi Violin Persian Epic Cinematic Music in 432Hz
    #432Hz #healingmusic #epicstrings #hanszimmer

    Why this project?
    The flute is a totally empty instrument, It is the breath that flows through...
    Sings and dances
    To be empty is not emptiness
    - Rumi

    Empty Within ft. Ali Tajvidi ( violin )
    Produced by: Majorhitrecords Inc.
    Performed by: Art Tawanghar

    432Hz Miracle Healing Music ( why 432Hz tuning )
    Ancient Healing Frequency - Positive Energy Cleanse - Detox Your Heart with 639Hz Solfeggio Frequency. Peaceful, empowering and soothing music and nature to nurture your mind, body, and soul. Supporting and empowering you on your life journey. Music is tuned to 432Hz and contains the 639Hz Solfeggio frequency. These frequencies have a specific healing effect on your subconscious mind.

    432Hz Music Resonates inside our body, releases emotional blockages and expands our consciousness. 432Hz allows us to tune into the wisdom of the Universe, Divine Intelligence, and our Soul. It creates Unity instead of separation. It expands our hearts and makes us more compassionate and loving. One thing is for sure. A person who resonates with love have inner peace – and this is the starting point for a world where we live in Unity, Peace and Harmony with each other and Mother Earth. Spirit Tribe Awakening We are here to serve you. To Inspire, Uplift and spread Positive Energy through music and Intention. To support you wherever you are on your journey. Co-creating more Peace, Love, and Happiness in your life, and the millions of people connecting with us. All our music (self-composed and licensed from other composers) is tuned to 432Hz and 528Hz, and contains Solfeggio Frequencies; Miracle Tones that Heal, Change and Transform low vibrational energy (negative energy). Letting go of negative thoughts and emotions. Recharging the LIGHT within you. Refueling mind, body, heart and soul with Powerful Positive Energy that aligns you with your Innate Power, Potential and Resources. When you RAISE YOUR VIBRATION you also help to raise the collective vibration of our beautiful planet and all life on it. You are important. You are important to this planet. You are valuable. You are a beautiful expression of Life. Powerful BEYOND words.

    Ali Tajvidi (Persian: علی تجويدی‎; November 7, 1919 – March 15, 2006) was an Iranian musician, composer, violinist, songwriter, and music professor at the School of National Music and Tehran University. He composed more than 150 songs and discovered and produced for many Persian performers such as Delkash and Hayedeh. He was born in Tehran, where his father was active as a painter in the style of Kamal-ol-Molk. In his youth he took violin lessons for two years under Hossein Yahaghi (uncle of Parviz Yahaghi) and for many years was under the tutelage of Abol-Hassan Saba for the violin as well.[1][2][3] also took Harmony lessons under Houshang Ostovar.[4][5]

    During his career Tajvidi cooperated with outstanding contemporary artists including Delkash, Gholamhossein Banan, Hossein Qavami, Mahmoud Mahmoudi-Khansari, Akbar Golpaygani, Hossein Khajeh Amiri (a.k.a. Iraj), Jalil Shahnaz, Farhang Sharif, Habibollah Badiei, Parviz Yahaghi, Javad Maroufi, Faramarz Payvar, Mehdi Khaledi, Homayoun Khorram. Homeira, a noted singer, first became famous by the song (sabram ata kon) which was composed by Ali Tajvidi. Tajvidi also composed some songs that he played solo on the violin. He is regarded as one of the best violinists in Iran, on a par with Parviz Yahaghi. He also played the Setar. He made Radif which concerns the traditional music of Iran: maghami or dhastgahi for the violin.

    More Details: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ali_Tajvidi#

  • Korg Pa4X Professional Arranger Keyboard Demo

    8:25

    Steve McNally from Korg presents the Pa4X Professional Arranger keyboard. Korg's Pa series of arrangers are the first choice of countless composers, and the fourth generation Pa4X-76 gives you more sounds, musical styles, and studio-quality effects than ever. And from capturing your first musical ideas to performing on stage, the large 7 touchscreen makes it easy to load songs, navigate the SoundBook music database, manage sounds, and tweak effects.

    Get the Korg Pa4X Professional Arranger here:

  • SHINee 샤이니 Ring Ding Dong MV

    4:00

    SHINee’s 3rd mini album 2009, Year Of Us has been released.
    Listen and download on iTunes & Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play Music


    #SHINee #샤이니 #RingDingDong #링딩동 #release #091014

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    SHINee 샤이니 'Ring Ding Dong' MV ℗ S.M.Entertainment

  • Tribute to Vigen Musician Persia Iran

    4:02

    Vigen or Viguen, born Vigen Derderian (November 23, 1929 - October 26, 2003)
    known as Sultan of Pop and Sultan of Persian jazz, was a hugely popular Iranian pop music singer and actor. He is famous throughout the Near East.

    Vigen was of Armenian ethnicity and during his era, every Iranian artist wanted to be associated with him, among them the country's most established top female singers, Delkash, Pouran and Elaheh. The legendary Vigen Derderian worked with the best Iranian songwriters and composers, who realized they had to cater for a new youth market, and performed some of his country's most memorable songs

  • HobuteRang - A Short Documentary - Iran - Farsi

    27:17

    Descent of Color (Hoboute Rang) is a short documentary by Hirbod Human, an Iranian filmmaker, about a famous Iranian singer, Tahereh Salmassi, and her mission to keep Persian classical music
    and its culture alive. This movie is based on interviews with Iranian poets, music composers, arrangers, journalists, and the well-known Iranian classical singer, Tahereh Salmassi and her music producer Dr. Sadegh Salmassi.
    .
    (Writer & Director: Hirbod Human -- Interviewees: Touraj Negahban, Mohammad Heydari, Kazem Alami, Keyavash Nouraei, Moloud Zehtab, Alireza Meybodi, Dr. Sadegh Salmassi -- Language: Farsi - Produced by: Salmassi Persian Cultural Music Inc. 2007-2008)


    Writer and Director: Hirbod Human
    Interviewees / Singer: Tahereh Salmassi
    Interviewee: Touraj Negahban
    Interviewee: Mohammad Heydari
    Interviewee: Kazem Alami
    Interviewee: Keyavash Nourai
    Interviewee: Moloud Zehtab
    Interviewee: Alireza Meybodi
    Interviewee: Dr. Sadegh Salmassi
    DP / Edit: Hirbod Human
    AC: Nick Farhangpour
    Sound: Shawn Petric
    AD: Mario Trejo

  • ICOT presents Rumis Fables

    2:05

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    Iranian-Canadian Composers of Toronto (ICOT) are presenting a new production for young audiences based on a selection of Rumi’s fables. The fables are a beloved collection short stories from the famous 13th Century Sufi poet, philosopher, and scholar Rumi. They have been a part of Middle-Eastern culture for more than seven hundred years. In honour of his 800th birthday, the United Nations declared 2007 as The Year of Rumi. The fables have significance and relevance in today's society and are suitable for both young and old.

    This is the story of a hero who is looking for a treasure and encounters various adventures along the way. It is told by narrator, Parmida, with original music composed by ICOT, and music performed by the Ladom Ensemble.

    50 minutes long with live musicians.

    Based on five timeless fables by Rumi:

    Old Treasure
    Farm Animals
    Snake Hunter
    Elephant
    Two Parrots

    Directed by award winning director Sue Miner.

    It was premiered at Aga Khan Museum on September 29th at 7:30PM.

  • Shaheen Farhat, Symphony No 9, Persian Gulf

    36:40

    Shaheen Farhat, Symphony No. 9, Persian Gulf

    1. Allegro dramatico
    2. Moderato cantabile
    3. Finale

    Narbeh Cholakian, tenor
    Tehran Symphonic Orchestra
    Loris Tjecknovarian, conductor

    Shahin Farhat (born March 28, 1947in Tehran) is an Iranian composer. He is a professor and former director of the Tehran University Music Group.
    Shahin Farhat is the son of Gholamali Farhat, who was himself a student of Dervish Khan and was playing with tar. He began learning music from the age of five, and played the piano from the age of thirteen.

    Shaheen went to the United States to study in the United States after graduating from the University of Tehran from a bachelor of music degree. He graduated from the University of New York at a postgraduate degree in compositions, and continued composing the compositions in American Composer classes, Osra Lederman. He then went to the University of Strasbourg, France, where he was awarded a PhD degree. His doctoral thesis was about the works of Iranian composers. Farhat has taught at Tehran University Music School since 1975. He is also a lecturer in music from Iran in Sweden and is a professor at the Academy of Music in Composer.
    Farhat has more than eighty works of music on various forms, including symphonies, quartets and concertos, and several other pieces.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Game of Thrones Title Theme - Ramin Djawadi on Composition

    2:12

    Ramin Djawadi is a German-Iranian composer and Berklee alumnus. Djawadi is best known for his score for HBO's popular television series Game of Thrones. He is also known for his works on movies such as Clash of the Titans, Pacific Rim, Warcraft and the Grammy-nominated score for the 2008 Marvel film Iron Man, and television series including Prison Break, Person of Interest, and Westworld.

    Ramin Djawadi
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    Cellist: Olivia Harris
    Production and edition: Jeannie Greeley and Audrey Harrer
    Design: Audrey Harrer
    Audio production: Isak Kotecki

  • Manchester Music Festival – Get to Know the Music: Female Composers Rediscovered

    1:4:34

    Welcome to the free 2020 Manchester Music Festival Digital Concert Hall! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel by hitting the red subscribe button, and also like this video by hitting the thumbs-up button. MMF is on Instagram and Facebook, so be sure to follow us! It is highly recommended to view all of our videos in high definition by changing your view settings for your YouTube player (within the YouTube player itself, click Settings/Quality/1080pHD).

    This educational video – part of the MMF Get to Know the Music series – provides a snapshot of history, exploring why so few female composers have attained the status as seminal composers that they deserve. Beginning with an historical survey of prominent female rulers and artists stemming back to the Middle Ages, this episode focuses on the lives and works of Louise Farrenc, Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel, Clara Schumann, Cécile Chaminade, Lili Boulanger, Mel Bonis, and Amy Beach. 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th United States constitutional amendment, and the works of female composers are a central theme of the 2020 Manchester Music Festival.

    Our detailed Digital Schedule is available on our website at Don't forget to stay up-to-date and to sign up for our mailing list by visiting

    Here is a synopsis of our 2020 event schedule:

    July 2, Performance Chat: Celebration of Female Composers
    July 5, Performance Chat: Celebration of Beethoven - Part 1
    July 7, Performance Chat: Celebration of Beethoven - Part 2
    July 9, Marquee Concert 1: MingHuan Xu (violin) & Winston Choi (piano)
    July 12, MMF Revisited: Young Artists Concert Highlights
    July 14, Spotlight Interview with Mia Wang (2017 Young Artists alumna)
    July 16, Marquee Concert 2: Stefan Milenkovich (violin)
    July 19, MMF Revisited: Chamber Music Concert Highlights
    July 21, Spotlight Interview with Craig Sheppard (piano)
    July 23, Marquee Concert 3: Ariella Mak-Neiman & Adam Neiman (piano)
    July 26, MMF Revisited: 2018 A Night at the Opera
    July 28, Spotlight Interview with Warren Jones (piano)
    July 30, Marquee Concert 4: Amit Peled & Ismael Bombut Guerrero (cello)
    August 2, MMF Revisited: 2019 Vocal Workshop Recital
    August 4, Spotlight Interview with Ignat Solzhenitsyn (conductor & piano)
    August 6, Marquee Concert 5: Vadim Lando & Maxim Lando (clarinet & piano)
    August 9, MMF Revisited: Orchestra Concert Highlights

    Read about all of our artists at and visit to read more about Artistic Director and Digital Concert Hall host, Adam Neiman.

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  • 24 Studies in African Rhythms: IV. Study No. 8 Ayevwiomo Dance 1

    1:53

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    24 Studies in African Rhythms: IV. Study No. 8 'Ayevwiomo Dance 1' · Rebeca Omordia · Fred Onovwerosuoke

    Ekele: Piano Music by African Composers

    ℗ 2018 Heritage Records

    Released on: 2018-03-30

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  • Idin Samimi Mofakham - Pastorale for Flute Trio

    5:47

    Idin Samimi Mofakham (b. 1982)-Pastorale for Flute Trio (2009)

    Pastorale
    - 1st Place in the Open Category in the International Chamber Music Competition of Areon Flutes in the same year. (USA.)
    - Mentioned as the best composition based on folk music in the UNION OF COMPOSERS AND MUSICOLOGISTS OF ARMENIA in 2009. And took a part in the same Union concert series of 2009.(Armenia)

    Biography of Composer:

    Idin Samimi Mofakham, Iranian composer and musician, was born in 1982 in Tehran, Iran from one of the most famous Iranian artistic families. His late father, Kambiz Samimi Mofakham, a renowned and beloved children's theatre and TV director, actor and puppeteer and his mother Hengameh Mofid, a famous children's theatre dramatist and university professor, is from the most important Iranian artistic families.
    Samimi Mofakham began music by learning classic guitar playing at the age 18 and later enrolled at the Tehran Conservatory where he received his B.A. in Classic Guitar; (2003-2005).
    At the same time he founded his first music band Migraine, an experimental and underground music group, with his sister, Alma as vocalist and his two friends. They performed a few but highly successful underground performances in Tehran; but since there was no way to present the group through any authorized Iranian media, they stop performing for a while. Meanwhile the success of Migraine made them think more seriously about their music talents.
    Idin enrolled master classes in Composition, Harmony, Counterpoint and Orchestration and continued his guitar playing with some of the best Iranian teachers at the same time.
    Eventually he enrolled at Yerevan State Conservatory (Komitas Conservatory) in 2005 which he received his B.A. and M.A. in composition from the same conservatory in 2011 under the supervision of his teachers, especially Maestro Ashot Zohrabian;
    Samimi Mofakham have received several awards and honors for his instrumental and vocal (choir and solo) pieces including Honorary Diploma from Composers Union of Armenia for Monologue for Violin solo, Armenian Young Composers Festival 2008, the First Prize at the Areon Flutes Competition for Pastorale for 3 flutes, International Chamber Music Competition 2009, California, USA; and also selected by CONVERGENCE, a foundation from Switzerland to take part in their master classes and workshops for young composers with Swiss composer Stefan Wirth which held in Georgia. In 2013 he is the Composer in Residence at Festival 4020, in Linz, Austria.
    He is a permanent member of Iranian Society of Composers and tutor of Superior Music schools and colleges in Tehran. He is also a founding member of Composition and Music Theory Department at Music Department of University of Applied Science and Technology in Tehran, Iran.
    His works has been played in Iran, USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Austria, Georgia and Armenia.

  • EuroArts 2057788 HAYDN, J.: Orlando Paladino

    2:37

    Marlis Petersen, Tom Randle, Victor Torres, Pietro Spagnoli, Magnus Staveland, Sunhae Im, Arttu Kataja, Alexandrina Pendatchanska, Nigel Lowery, Amir Hosseinpour
    Freiburger Barockorchester
    René Jacobs

    In the Summer of 2009, the British director Nigel Lowery and the Iranian choreographer Amir Hosseinpour brought to the stage of the Berlin State Opera Unter den Linden, with colour and full of humour, the fantastic and imaginative adventures of Racing Roland. On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the death of Joseph Haydn, the composers most renowned opera during his lifetime,Orlando Paladino, was performed, a heroic-comical stage piece based on Ariosts famous Versepos. Singers such as Marlis Petersen (Angelica), Tom Randle (Orlando), Alexandrina Pendatchanska (Alcina), Pietro Spagnoli (Rodomonte), Sunhae Im (Eurilla) and Victor Torres (Pasquale) performed under the musical direction of period-music specialist René Jacobs. The Freiburg Baroque Orchestra completed this high-class production giving the music a beautiful sound and lively swing.

  • Mystic Music Through the Ages - Ya Rabbi, Zâtin sirridir bu gulleri handan eden

    4:30

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    Composer: Ufki, Ali
    Performers: Aksu, Osman - kanon, Kesova, Nail - vocals
    Galata Mevlevi Music and Sema Ensemble - Ensemble
    Album:The Music of Islam, Vol. 14: Mystic Music Through the Ages.
    Year: 1998

    Ten years in the making, The Music of Islam series recorded in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Yemen, Pakistan, Indonesia, Iran and Qatar represents the most comprehensive sound documentation available to Westerners today, of a world religion dating back to 1/622. Although governed by strict rules for fourteen centuries, contact with other cultures has radically affected Islamic music throughout history. As the world enters the XV/21st century the timing of this collection serves an even larger purpose, documenting the traditions that have survived and will continue to survive for centuries to come. Today, one fifth of the world's population, one billion people, are Muslims, occupying a large territory stretching from the Atlantic shore of north and west Africa, through west, central, and south Asia to island southeast Asia, and attracting an increasing following in India, western Europe, north America, east Asia, and southern Africa. This is a global presence which cannot be ignored.

    This volume focuses on the mystic music of the Islamic world—specifically Turkish mystics. To Westerners, Islamic mysticism is practically synonymous with Sufism. Sufi poetry and music have endured for centuries in various Islamic countries. In the mystical brotherhoods music always had a revered and acknowledged place. Although the term music is never used in mystical writings, but rather listening—voice, gesture and musical instruments are all aids to the devotee in his spiritual exercise, which leads him to ecstasy and to supreme union with God. In every case, the music draws its inspiration from the text, and its structure from a sophisticated set of modes, rhythms, and traditional forms.

    The tracks on this recording literally date from the V-XIV/11th-20th centuries featuring many famous compositions such as Tekbir and Salavat-i Serife, known throughout the Islamic world as two of the masterworks of one of Turkey's greatest composers. Also featured are ilahis (hymns), excerpts of the sema ritual and dhikr (zikr in Turkey) ceremonies. Completing the volume is a vocal performance of Surah 19, Ayet 115-117 of the Qur'an.

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  • Shaheen Farhat, Symphony No 15 in C Minor Op 85, Ferdowsi Symphony 2011

    36:11

    Shaheen Farhat, Symphony No. 15 in C Minor Op. 85, Ferdowsi Symphony (2011)

    Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra
    Vladimir Sirenko, conductor

    Shahin Farhat (born March 28, 1947in Tehran) is an Iranian composer. He is a professor and former director of the Tehran University Music Group.
    Shahin Farhat is the son of Gholamali Farhat, who was himself a student of Dervish Khan and was playing with tar. He began learning music from the age of five, and played the piano from the age of thirteen.

    Shaheen went to the United States to study in the United States after graduating from the University of Tehran from a bachelor of music degree. He graduated from the University of New York at a postgraduate degree in compositions, and continued composing the compositions in American Composer classes, Osra Lederman. He then went to the University of Strasbourg, France, where he was awarded a PhD degree. His doctoral thesis was about the works of Iranian composers. Farhat has taught at Tehran University Music School since 1975. He is also a lecturer in music from Iran in Sweden and is a professor at the Academy of Music in Composer.
    Farhat has more than eighty works of music on various forms, including symphonies, quartets and concertos, and several other pieces.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Behzad Abdi, Poem Symphony To Pray When God Invites You

    15:32

    Behzad Abdi, Poem Symphony To Pray (When God Invites You)

    To Pray

    National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
    Vladimir Sheiko, conductor

    Behzad Abdi (born 1973, Tehran) is an Iranian composer of opera, film and television music.
    He came to international attention in 2006 with his Nuclear Symphony, commissioned by the government to celebrate Iran's nuclear achievements.

    The IMDb database cites film and television music for no less than 43 productions between 2010 and 2018.

    Abdi studied setar and Iranian traditional music and also Western classical music at the Tchaikovsky Academy in Ukraine, beginning his studies there in 2003.[4] He has been described as the first composer to write Iranian traditional opera fusing Iranian traditional and Western classical music.

    His opera Rumi from 2009, based on the life of Rumi, with libretto by Behrouz Gharibourm, and with Mohammad Motamadi, has been released on a UK label, Naxos.
    Abdi is currently based in Kiev, Ukraine.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Mahasti - Spring and flowers - Aay Bahareh

    4:39

    The eternal spring brings forth the season of Love -This song's name is goolha ( Flowers) and the singer is the Great Persian diva MAHSTI
    Mahasti: Khadijeh (Eftekhar) Dadehbala. She was born in 1946, younger sister of another very famous singer, Hayedeh. Her beautiful voice was discovered by Parviz Yahaghi, one of the most famous Iranian composers and violinists. She was one of the rare signers who started their work in Golhaye Rangarang, the most prestigious music program on Iranian National Radio, with the song named Ankeh Delam Raa Bordeh Khodaya, composed by Parviz Yahaghi and with lyrics from Bijan Taraghi.

    In the beginning, her family was reluctant to allow her to pursue a career in entertainment because it was not an appreciated career for women in Iran at that time. However, Mahasti overcame this stigma providing Iran with a new image for women within the entertainment industry. Mahasti created an image of a gentle-woman singer, a lady with great manners. Her enormous success in music opened the pathway for many other women, including her older sister, Hayedeh, who started her work about 5 years after Mahasti. These two sisters had tremendous contributions to improving the image of female singers in Iran and in transitioning the Iranian music from where it was to where it is now.

    Mahasti married Kouros Nazemiyan and gave birth to her only child, Sahar. Mahasti and her family lived in Abadan for several years before finally moving back to Tehran. Her marriage with Nazemiyan ultimately ended in divorce but several years later she re-married to Bahram Sanandaji, an owner of a shoe factory, however their marriage also ended.

    She eventually immigrated to UK in 1978 and a few years later to USA where she passed away.
    Music : MAHASTI: Aay Bahareh
    Editor and mixed by : Bahramerad

  • ♫The indian dance♫ - EWQL Platinium

    3:03

    This song is composed by me.
    DAW: Ableton Live Intro
    VST: East West Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra (EWQLSO)

  • Shaheen Farhat, Symphony No 12 in F Minor Op 82, Tehran

    33:20

    Shaheen Farhat, Symphony No.12 in F Minor Op. 82, Tehran (2009)

    1. Allegro dramatico
    2. Andante con moto
    3. Intermezzo
    4. Allegro appassionato

    National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
    Vladimir Sirenko, conductor

    Shahin Farhat (born March 28, 1947in Tehran) is an Iranian composer. He is a professor and former director of the Tehran University Music Group.
    Shahin Farhat is the son of Gholamali Farhat, who was himself a student of Dervish Khan and was playing with tar. He began learning music from the age of five, and played the piano from the age of thirteen.

    Shaheen went to the United States to study in the United States after graduating from the University of Tehran from a bachelor of music degree. He graduated from the University of New York at a postgraduate degree in compositions, and continued composing the compositions in American Composer classes, Osra Lederman. He then went to the University of Strasbourg, France, where he was awarded a PhD degree. His doctoral thesis was about the works of Iranian composers. Farhat has taught at Tehran University Music School since 1975. He is also a lecturer in music from Iran in Sweden and is a professor at the Academy of Music in Composer.
    Farhat has more than eighty works of music on various forms, including symphonies, quartets and concertos, and several other pieces.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • JOHN PSATHAS introduces No Mans Land

    41:02

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  • Niloofar - ITN TV - Song Eshghe Man & Keyboard Live

    12:12

    This is a videoclip of a live show on ITN TV in Los Angeles with Mr. Shabkhiz. I'am singing a song called 'Eshghe Man' , which means 'My Love' which is an original song from my own album Destiny produced in 2004. The Lyrics, Music, Keyboard & Arrangement is by myself. Also I play live on keyboard a song called 'Harfe Tazeh' by Mr. Anoushiravan Rouhani, who was my mentor in music when I was a child. This is one of his very well known songs that our beloved Persian Diva 'Haydeh' who passed away many years ago (Roohash Shad) sang this song, one of my favorites, actually the 1st song I ever learned on keyboard by myself. The funny thing was when I met my mentor and he was testing me on his famous organ, this was the only song I knew how to play but only with one hand and I was very embarrassed about it. When Mr. Rouhani observed how well I was playing the song at the age of 8 years old with only one hand, he sat beside me next to his famous white organ and we played this song together. That was one of the most incredible and exciting days of my life as a child sitting next to one of the most famous Composers of Iran and a true Professional in Music of our time. I will never forget that day as long as I live and I just want to say: Dear Mr. Rouhani Aziz, wherever you are right now, from this faraway land in America I salute you now and always, wishing you Peace, Love & Light for bringing the joy of music into my heart as a child. We used to joke a lot together when we played his White Organ and he always said to me: Niloofar, promise me that if we ever move to America one day that we will have a concert together. He knew how much I loved his music. Well, Dear Mr. Rouhani, I'am still waiting for you - that dream never ended for me.Your music is phenomenal, evergreen, and in every Persian Music Lovers heart & soul, Persia salutes you. Dorood bar Shoma, Niloofar (Nili)

  • Idin Samimi Mofakham-Pastorale for Flute Trio

    5:46

    Idin Samimi Mofakham (b. 1982)-Pastorale for Flute Trio (2009)

    Pastorale
    - 1st Place in the Open Category in the International Chamber Music Competition of Areon Flutes in the same year. (USA.)
    - Mentioned as the best composition based on folk music in the UNION OF COMPOSERS AND MUSICOLOGISTS OF ARMENIA in 2009. And took a part in the same Union concert series of 2009.(Armenia)

    Biography of Composer:

    Idin Samimi Mofakham, Iranian composer and musician, was born in 1982 in Tehran, Iran from one of the most famous Iranian artistic families. His late father, Kambiz Samimi Mofakham, a renowned and beloved children's theatre and TV director, actor and puppeteer and his mother Hengameh Mofid, a famous children's theatre dramatist and university professor, is from the most important Iranian artistic families.
    Samimi Mofakham began music by learning classic guitar playing at the age 18 and later enrolled at the Tehran Conservatory where he received his B.A. in Classic Guitar; (2003-2005).
    At the same time he founded his first music band Migraine, an experimental and underground music group, with his sister, Alma as vocalist and his two friends. They performed a few but highly successful underground performances in Tehran; but since there was no way to present the group through any authorized Iranian media, they stop performing for a while. Meanwhile the success of Migraine made them think more seriously about their music talents.
    Idin enrolled master classes in Composition, Harmony, Counterpoint and Orchestration and continued his guitar playing with some of the best Iranian teachers at the same time.
    Eventually he enrolled at Yerevan State Conservatory (Komitas Conservatory) in 2005 which he received his B.A. and M.A. in composition from the same conservatory in 2011 under the supervision of his teachers, especially Maestro Ashot Zohrabian;
    Samimi Mofakham have received several awards and honors for his instrumental and vocal (choir and solo) pieces including Honorary Diploma from Composers Union of Armenia for Monologue for Violin solo, Armenian Young Composers Festival 2008, the First Prize at the Areon Flutes Competition for Pastorale for 3 flutes, International Chamber Music Competition 2009, California, USA; and also selected by CONVERGENCE, a foundation from Switzerland to take part in their master classes and workshops for young composers with Swiss composer Stefan Wirth which held in Georgia. In 2013 he is the Composer in Residence at Festival 4020, in Linz, Austria.
    He is a permanent member of Iranian Society of Composers and tutor of Superior Music schools and colleges in Tehran. He is also a founding member of Composition and Music Theory Department at Music Department of University of Applied Science and Technology in Tehran, Iran.
    His works has been played in Iran, USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Austria, Georgia and Armenia.

  • Emanuel Melik Aslanian - Recital of 1996 - Parvaneh Original

    6:31

    Emanuel Melik Aslanian, one of the twentieth century's greatest composers and pianists, offered this concert at Vahdat Hall (Rudaki) in 1996 at the age of 81. In this performance he starts with Parvaneh (Buttefly), one of his most famous works, where we can see the truth of Aslanian's own words.

  • AZERBAIJAN STATE ACADEMIC DANCE ENSEMBLE

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    AZERBAIJAN STATE ACADEMIC DANCE ENSEMBLE
    The Azerbaijan State Academic Dance Ensemble was founded in 1970. An outstanding dancer and choreographer, People's Artist of Azerbaijan, Alibaba Abdullayev was one of its founders. From 1976 to 1982, the team was led by the famous ballet dancer and teacher, People's Artist of the USSR Leyla Vekilova. In 1982, the Ensemble was headed by People's Artist of Azerbaijan Afag Melikova. In November 2015, at the invitation of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Azerbaijan, a well-known choreographer, People's Artist of the Russian Federation Dikalu Muzakayev was invited to stage a new concert program.

    For all the years of its activity, the dancing group shows and promotes the unique choreographic traditions of Azerbaijani art, its unique folklore, the beauty and grace of national dances.

    The ensemble continuously participates in the state events of Azerbaijan, successful tours to Russia, CIS countries, the USA, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Norway, Switzerland, Belgium, Israel, India, Nepal, South Korea, Greece, Jordan, Thailand, Egypt , Qatar, United Arab Emirates, China, Vietnam, Iraq, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Brazil, Cuba and many other countries.

    The dancing group traditionally represents the culture of its country at international festivals, Days of Azerbaijani Culture (in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey, Austria, Germany, Japan, Egypt, Qatar). The ensemble participated in the cultural program of the 1980 Olympic games held in Moscow, world exhibitions EXPO-1988 in Japan, EXPO-2000 in Germany, EXPO-2010 in China. Expo-2015 in Italy. In 1979, the ensemble was awarded a gold medal of the international festival Carthage in Tunisia.

    In addition to the folkloric dances of Azerbaijan, the repertoire of the dancing group includes dances directed to the music of Azerbaijani composers U. Hajibeyli, F. Amirov, S. Rustamov, T. Guliyev, D. Jakhangirov, R. Hajiyev, H. Khanmamedov, A. Alizade, E. Sabitoglu, T. Hajiyeva, V. Adigezalov

    In 1991, the State Dance Ensemble was awarded the title of Honored Collective of Azerbaijan for an outstanding contribution to the development of national culture. In 2017, it was awarded the title of the Azerbaijan Academic Dance Ensemble.

    Azerbaijan State Dance Ensemble is planning to make a world tour with a new concert program, representing a richest dance and music culture of Azerbaijan.

  • Young Talented Musicians Performing at A Crowborough Rocks Event !!

    1:47

    Crowborough Rocks is a non profit organisation dedicated to giving young gifted musicians a chance to showcase their talents.
    We hold musical events to broaden the horizons of our young local talent

  • Quantum Leap Ministry of Rock Review

    5:43



    Quantum Leap Ministry Of Rock is a huge 18 Gb collection of Rock Drums, Basses and Guitars recorded in the famous East West Studio 2.

    Ministry Of Rock is a modern day rock toolkit that covers a myriad of styles. It features sounds used in today's music and the entire library was created with one goal in mind: to create a virtual instrument capable of producing sounds that could actually produce a hit record or film score without any live drum, bass or guitar overdubs. Articulations and programming was all reverse engineered from actual performances.

  • Aleppo Dialogues - Qānūn instrument & neophon ensemble // Contemporary Music Berlin

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    25.9. Villa Elisbabeth, Berlin
    28.9. Bilkent Saygun Center, Ankara
    30.9 Veranstaltungszentrum Zorlu PSM, Istanbul
    1.10. Veranstaltungszentrum Zorlu PSM, Istanbul

    19 Uhr Einführung
    20 Uhr Konzert

    7 pm Introduction
    8 pm Concert

    (For English, please scroll down. Further concerts, planned within a tour from Ankara to Istanbul, and Büyükada between September 26th and October 1st, 2016, will be announced.)

    Ein Dialog zwischen zeitgenössischer europäischer und nahöstlicher

    Musik.

    Konstantin Heuer: „An-Nahl“ (UA)
    Catherine Lamb: „orbis ascendentes“ (UA)
    Klaus Lang: „stein. wasser. weiss. schwarz.“ (UA)
    Ezequiel Menalled: NN (UA)
    Stefan Pohlit: „Tombeau de Julien Bernard“ (UA)
    Arash Yazdani: „Aberrations“ (UA)

    Tolga Volkan Kılıç, Qānūn Système Weiss-1
    Osman Öksüzoğlu, orientalische Perkussion

    Neophon Ensemble

    Konzeption und Recherche: Stefan Pohlit
    Künstlerische Leitung: Konstantin Heuer

    Das Neophon Ensemble und Tolga Volkan Kılıç spielen sechs neue Kompositionen für großes Ensemble und das Qānūn des Sufi-Musikers und Gründers des berühmten „Al-Kindi“-Ensembles aus Aleppo/Syrien, Julien Jalâl Ed-Dine Weiss (1953-2015).

    Julien Jalâl Ed-Dine Weiss revolutionierte in den 90er Jahren das arabische Stimmungssystem, indem er die Theorien des Mittelalters mit der Praxis der lokalen Traditionen vereinte. So entstand ein Prototyp, der mit seinem erweiterten Tonvorrat weltweit zu den komplexesten mikrotonalen Instrumenten in reiner Stimmung zählt.



    Das Neophon Ensemble bringt dieses einzigartige Instrument in einen Dialog mit der komplexen Harmonik von sechs Mikrotonalisten der westlichen Gegenwartsmusik.

    Das Programm besteht aus sechs Uraufführungen für das Weiss-Qānūn und großes Ensemble, komponiert von Stefan Pohlit (Deutschland/Türkei), Klaus Lang (Österreich), Catherine Lamb (USA), Arash Yazdani (Iran), Ezequiel Menalled (Argentinien) und Konstantin Heuer (Deutschland).

    Das Projekt wird durch den Hauptstadtkulturfonds und den Berliner Senat gefördert.


    A Dialogue between Contemporary European and Near-Eastern Music.

    Konstantin Heuer: „An-Nahl“ (UA)
    Catherine Lamb: „orbis ascendentes“ (UA)
    Klaus Lang: „stein. wasser. weiss. schwarz.“ (UA)
    Ezequiel Menalled: NN (UA)
    Stefan Pohlit: „Tombeau de Julien Bernard“ (UA)
    Arash Yazdani: „Aberrations“ (UA)

    Tolga Volkan Kılıç, Qānūn Système Weiss-1
    Osman Öksüzoğlu, orienlal percussion

    Neophon Ensemble

    Concept und Research: Stefan Pohlit
    Artistic Direction: Konstantin Heuer

    Neophon Ensemble and Tolga Volkan Kılıç will play six new compositions for large ensemble and the custom-made qānūn of Sufi-musician and founder of the famous Al-Kindi-Ensemble from Aleppo/Syria, Julien Jalâl Ed-Dine Weiss (1953-2015).

    During the 1990's, Julien Jalâl Ed-Dine Weiss revolutionized the Arabic tuning system by reconciling the theories of the Middle Ages with the performance practice of various local traditions. His novel qānūn prototype is equipped with an extended supply of pitches and can be regarded as one of the most complex microtonal instruments in just intonation.



    Aleppo Dialogues will involve this unique instrument in a dialogue with six microtonal composers of Western contemporary music.

    Six world premieres will be presented, composed for the Weiss Qānūn and large ensemble, by Stefan Pohlit (Germany/Turkey), Klaus Lang (Austria), Catherine Lamb (USA), Arash Yazdani (Iran), Ezequiel Menalled (Argentina), and Konstantin Heuer (Germany).

    Aleppo Dialogues is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds and the Berlin Senate.

  • How to compose Russian Music - Songs

    13:46

    I'm back with another tutorial! This time on how to compose Russian music. I guess the thing is that most people will want to know more about how to compose instrumental music since not everyone has a Russian singer or choir at hand. But since I started researching songs before instrumental music I decided to finish this video up nevertheless. Don't worry though, I'll make sure to script the video on instrumental music in a way which makes it not necessary to have seen this video.
    But learning how to compose Russian sounding songs was really interesting! I hope that I, or someone watching this video, will get to use that knowledge one day!

    Let's hope that this video won't get flagged again.

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  • DIY Five-Line Staff Pen

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