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Playlist of List of Iranian musicians

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  • Mohsen Yeganeh - Behet Ghol Midam

    4:45

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    Orginal Version

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  • Call of the winds - Julia Ohrmann & Mehdi Aminian - Persian Ney & Indian Bansuri -

    50:09

    Call of the winds - Full concert

    Julia Ohrmann: Bansuri
    Mehdi Aminian: Ney, Setar, Vocals
    Sudhir Bunda: Tabla

    March 2017
    Bucharest, Romania

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    This creation is trying to demonstrate common musical roots of Persia and India through the medium of two wind instruments, the Bansuri (India) and the Ney (Iran), played by Julia Ohrmann and Mehdi Aminian.

    India and Persia are among the oldest human civilizations. They share a common cultural heritage and throughout the centuries they exchanged elements in the fields of language, spirituality and art.

    In this concert the musicians improvise in their respective musical language, but also create their own musical universe.

    Julia Ohrmann has been among the first European women reaching a high level in playing Indian classical music on the bansuri. She is the student of the legendary Maestro Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia, with whom she had the honnor to be on stage and go on tour internationally. You can read more about Julia here:




    Mehdi Aminian is an Iranian musician, composer and creator of several international projects promoting musical dialogue between different cultures: Roots Revival Romania, Doina Revival, Aramaic and Sufi dialogue and more.

    You can find more about his projects here:




    مهدی امینیان : نی, سه تار و آواز

    March 2017
    Bucharest, Romania

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    Muziek
    Licentie
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  • Amazing Persian Music

    43:55

    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.

    Traditional Music Channel is for everyone who has a passion for music and cultural heritage.
    Whether you are an educator, artist, archivist, student or music enthusiast.
    With your support we can continue our mission.

    With recordings from more than hundred nations our Collection of Traditional Music offers a staggering diversity of our shared humanity.

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  • Shahram Nazeri - Mystified

    53:49

    0:00 - Jewel Of Love
    10:12 - Desire
    27:24 - Untold Secret
    34:19 - Mystical
    37:55 - In Passion
    45:36 - Selfless
    49:30 - Flames Of Love

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  • Persian Classical Music

    1:4:38

    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.

    Traditional Music Channel is for everyone who has a passion for music and cultural heritage.
    Whether you are an educator, artist, archivist, student or music enthusiast.
    With your support we can continue our mission.

    With recordings from more than hundred nations our Collection of Traditional Music offers a staggering diversity of our shared humanity.

    Traditional Music Channel © All Rights Reserved

  • Mohammad Reza Shajarian: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    15:15

    Every Tiny Desk Concert provides its own particular thrill, but it's not every day that we get to welcome one of NPR's 50 Great Voices to our offices. With the visit of the incredible, honey-voiced Mohammad Reza Shajarian from Iran, we lucked out by having him sing on not just any day, but on the biggest holiday of the Persian calendar: Nowruz, the New Year.

    Joined by three excellent collaborators, brothers Sohrab and Tahmoures Pournazeri (celebrated musicians in their own right as leaders of Iran's Shams Ensemble) and French percussionist Robin Vassy, Ostad (Master) Shajarian gave what amounted to a brief master class in the art of singing. In the course of this love song, titled Az Eshgh, Shajarian unleashed torrents of swooping, soaring, goosebump-inducing sound — still perfectly controlled at age 73.

    Over the past several years, Shajarian has emerged as a strong voice in other ways. Though he's been an artistic icon for decades at home, he was never particularly outspoken on political issues. But since the Green movement began in Iran in the wake of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's reelection in June 2009, Shajarian has openly made reference to supporting the opposition, and has demanded that state-run media stop using his songs in their broadcasts and films. Those moves carry a heavy cost: He has been effectively barred from performing live in Iran, and instead now spends most of his time touring the world to diaspora and non-Iranian audiences alike. But at his heart, Shajarian is a great artist, not a politician — and perhaps now, even more will have the chance to experience his brilliant beauty and power as a singer. -- ANASTASIA TSIOULCAS

    SET LIST
    Az Eshgh (Love Song)

    CREDITS
    Producer: Anastasia Tsioulcas
    Editor: Gabriella Garcia-Pardo
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait
    Videographers: Lizzie Chen, Denise DeBelius, Gabriella Garcia-Pardo
    Photo by Marie McGrory/NPR

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  • اجرای هنرجویان اردوان کامکار برای پاسداشت حسین دهلوی duet of santour

    8:44

    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.

  • LIGHT IN BABYLON - Hinech Yafa - Istanbul

    5:11

    Light in Babylon is a music group from Istanbul. I have met them in October 2012 performing in Istiklal Caddesi. Their performance is very impressive.

    For more information please have a look at their website and facebook profile:




    For supporting Light in Babylon you can buy their album here :

    Hinech Yafa:
    Lyrics: Idan Raichel, inspired by song of songs,
    Music: Idan Raichel,
    originally performed by: The Idan Raichel Project

    2012 Eylül ve Ekim aylarında dört hafta İstanbul'da tatil için bulundum. Istiklal Caddesi´nde müzik grubu Light in Babylon gördüm. Bu grubu seviyorum. Çok güzel müzik yapıyor!

    Ich habe die Gruppe Light in Babylon während meines Urlaubs in Istanbul zum ersten Mal gehört. Sie spielen dort wohl recht häufig in der Istiklal Caddesi. Wer mal dort ist, sollte nach ihnen Ausschau halten - es lohnt sich!

    My video about the City of Istanbul / Istanbul´da bu video yaptım:

  • Tasnif Hanuz. Hosein Nourshargh & Group Ghamar, Moscow 2012

    7:02

    Concert Hanuz ( Still...), Iranian classical music, Great Hall of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, 23.10.2012
    Tasnif Hanuz. Lyrics -- Hafez, music -- Navid Dehghan
    HOSEIN NOURSHARGH (avaz) and the Group GHAMAR:

    Navid DEHGHAN (leader, kamancheh)
    Nasim ARBABI (kamancheh)
    Alireza GERANFAR (santur)
    Shahin SAFAIE (tar)
    Amin GOLESTANI (oud)
    Farhad SAFARI (tombak)

    بر نیامد از تمنای لبت کامم هنوز          
                                    بر امید جام لعلت دردی آشامم هنوز
    ساقیا یک جرعه ای زان آب آتشگ
                                    در میان پختگان عشق او خامم هنوز
    از خطا گفتم شبی زلف تو را مشک ختن 
                                    می زند هر لحظه تیری مو بر اندامم هنوز
    ای که گفتی جان بده تا باشدت آرام دل 
                            جان به غمهایش سپردم نیست آرامم هنوز
    در ازل دادست ما را ساقی لعل لبت  
                                    جرعه جامی که من مدهوش آن جامم هنوز

    On the 23rd of October, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory was illuminated with the Light of Orient — which is an exact translation of the singer's last name, Nourshargh, from Farsi. Accompanied by Ghamar, a famous instrumental group, he has introduced a unique art of classical Iranian avaz.

    The very fact of presenting this ancient Oriental tradition, perfected in all its details, in Russia's best concert hall is quite symbolic. Based on the most complex musical canon, with centuries-long secrets of memorizing and evolving its idioms, this tradition has demonstrated the triumph of inherent creative genius and familial artistry, which both open up a musician's mind for supreme revelation. Hosein Nourshargh is one of those rare living musicians who have brilliantly managed to embody some topical ideas of today by means of a strictly traditional school of Ispahan avaz, which is genuinely Iranian.

    Together with the group Ghamar led by Navid Dehghan, a subtle musician and brilliant kamancheh virtuoso, Hosein Nourshargh has performed a major program of Iranian classical music. It consists of various instrumental genres like chahar-mezrabs, as well as of spontaneous avazes and tasnifs on the verses of such Persian poets as Rumi and Hafez.

    A famous Decorator's Studio of Mark Patlis's helped reconstruct an atmosphere of luxurious palaces and exquisite meetings of noble people, which is customary for the avaz performing tradition. An inimitable and warm voice of Hosein Nourshargh's, which can deliver the highest degree of emotional tension, combined with the subtle intellectual playing and enchanting beauty of Persian poetry, as well as with an unrivaled glow and magic force of the Persian carpet music, has brought genuine delight to all whose visit to the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory this evening is associated with an expectation to feed their hearts with supreme spiritual energy.

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  • Iran-Young girl singing in front of Jomeh Bazar-Tehran-2011

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  • Faramarz Aslani & Babak Amini - Yar

    5:02

    Faramarz Aslani (Persian: فرامرز اصلانی‎) is an Iranian singer, guitarist, composer, songwriter and producer who was born in Tehran and is a graduate of London University's College of Journalism and has written for several Persian and English publications, since his graduation in the early seventies. Upon returning to his native country, he worked for one of two English dailies, Tehran Journal until he was spotted by the President of CBS, in Tehran. His first album, Occupation of The Heart, recorded for CBS in 1977, has remained on the best sellers chart since its debut. He recorded a second album, Hafez, a Memorandum, composing music on eight poems of Hafez, Iran's most famous poet and mystic. After the 1979 revolution in Iran, he took his family back to England, where he worked both as a journalist and a musician. He currently lives in the United States.

    Babak Amini is a highly talented and accomplished Iranian-Canadian musician, composer, guitarist and a member of American Guitar Society. He is also a member of Toronto Musicians' Association, instructor of Canada Music Academy. Babak Amini was born in April 1970 in Tehran, Iran. His first album was introduced in 1990 and was called 'Gray Rain' followed by 'Blue of the Rain'. He then released his third album, 'Shadow of My Own', which had vocals that was based on poets such as Hafez, Molana, Babataher and Nima.

  • Itni Si Baat Hain Full Video Song | AZHAR | Emraan Hashmi, Prachi Desai | Arijit Singh, Pritam

    3:30

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    Presenting Itni Si Baat Hain Full Video Song from Bollywood movie AZHAR in the melodious voice of Arijit Singh & music composition of Pritam, lyrics written by Manoj Yadav. AZHAR movie is directed by Tony D'Souza starring Emraan Hashmi, Nargis Fakhri, Prachi Desai, Lara Dutta, Gautam Gulati in lead roles.

    SONG - ITNI SI BAAT HAIN
    SINGERS - ARIJIT SINGH , ANTARA MITRA
    GUEST COMPOSER – PRITAM
    LYRICS - MANOJ YADAV
    MUSIC PRODUCER - BHUSHAN KUMAR
    SOUND DESIGN - DJ PHUKAN & SUNNY M.R.
    PROGRAMMERS - QARAN MEHTA AND DJ PHUKAN
    MIX AND MASTER- SHADAB RAYEEN@NEWEDGE
    ASSISTANT - ABHISHEK SORTEY
    RECORDING ENGINEER - ASHWIN KULKARNI ,HIMANSHU SHIRLEKAR
    MUSICIANS -
    GUITARS - PAWAN RASAILY
    SAROD - PRATEEK SRIVASTAV
    TABLA - JITU SHANKAR
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  • 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.

  • Michael Jackson - Liberian Girl

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    “Liberian Girl” by Michael Jackson
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    “Liberian Girl” is the eighth of nine short films for the “Bad” album and features three dozen actors, musicians and celebrities in a humorous “behind-the-scenes” look at the set of a Michael Jackson short film as everyone awaits Michael’s arrival. At the short film’s conclusion, when everyone converges on the set, it is revealed that Michael was actually there the whole time, as he descends from a camera crane laughing and says, “Okay everyone, that’s a wrap!”Director Jim Yukich called shooting the short film “incredible” in a 2011 interview, remembering Michael as “a pleasant person and a nice guy.”

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    Chorus:
    Liberian girl
    You know that you came
    And you changed my world
    Just like in the movies
    With two lovers in a scene
    And she says
    Do you love me
    And he says so endlessly
    I love you, Liberian girl

    #MichaelJackson #LiberianGirl #Bad

  • Qumrike, Salah Ammo Quartett, Recorded Live at Niederhofkirche قمريكي

    8:31

    Recorded Live at Niederhofkirche in Schrambach, Austria
    August 22, 2017

    Salah Ammo Quartett
    Salah Ammo: Bouzouk, vocals (Syria - Kurdistan)
    Peter Gabis: Percussion, Hang, Overtone (Austria)
    Oscar Antoli: Clarinet, Bassclarinet (Spain)
    Pouyan Kheradmand: Santur, Gheychak (Iran)

    Vienna based Quartett is taking off for a musical journey. Their route starts in Syria, passes through Kurdistan, takes them to Irak and Iran and continue to Europe. Bouzouk, Santur and Geychek combined with Clarinet, Hang, Percussion and Overtone establish a whole new world of sounds, moving very smoothly between oriental and occidental music.
    Salah Ammo’s composition and his emotionally strong and moving voice lead the way, inspired by kurdish and arabic folk music. Thereby he creates a space where different worlds of music meet and unite. Words are replaced by music in the dialogue between the distinguished musicians.
    The melting of oriental improvasitaion, Maquam and Takassim with jazz influences and harmonies create a happy marriage of different genres. The strong bond between the musicians that goes beyond their work, reflects the joy and beauty of their deep music. You can feel it by taking part of this musical journey which opens your heart and imagination and releases your body.




    Salah Ammo is a Syrian Kurdish musician and song writer based in Vienna since 2013. According to the review of the Austrian Music Export 2016, Salah has been one of the most celebrated musicians in the Austrian world music scene. In 2014 his Duo project with the Austrian percussionist Peter Gabis was in the Finale of the „Austrian World Music Award“ and their Album „Assi“ (produced 2014) was nominated for the Best list of the renowned „Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik“. Salah was born in northeast of Syria, where Kurds, Arabs, Turks, Armenians and Assyrians have been living together for thousands of years, his music is inspired of their cultural and musical traditions. After graduating from the Higher Institute of Music in Damascus 2004 he taught at the Faculty of Music in Homs/Syria.

    Peter Gabis is known as accomplished sideman in the Viennese Jazz- and worldmusic scene. In recent years he worked intensivley with ethnic music from Afrika and Asia and on the perfection of the overtone. With the Duo-Project „Salah Ammo & Peter Gabis“ he edited the album „Assi- A Story of a Syrian River“ in 2014, which was nominated for the „Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik“. He teaches drum and percussion at Jam Lab University Vienna.

    Oscar Antoli is coming from spain based in Vienna. He is playing Clarinette and Bassclarinette, Nai and Dolçaina in many projects and bands. Having graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Jazz and Modern Music Studies at the Catalonia College of Music (ESMUC) and a Master's degree in Turkish Music at the Codarts Rotterdam University of the Arts, he is orbinting between these two styles of Music, playing original compositions inspired by the mediterranian music.

    Pouyan Kheradmand is an iranian musician based in Vienna since 2013. He plays various iranian traditional instruments (Santur, Tar, Setar, Geychek-Bass, Afghani Robab) and an expert of persian music and the maqam. Pouyan started his musical formation already when he was 6 years old in Teheran and won the prize for the best “Santur-player” at the “student’s festival” in Iran in 2001. Pouyan takes part of many projects in iran and Austria including film- and theatreperformances as a player and composer.
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  • Iranian new year program BBC persian Part 1

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    Ensemble Shanbehzadeh



    Traditional songs, dances, vocals and trance rythms
    from the Persian Gulf

    Saeid Shanbehzadeh
    Naghib Shanbehzadeh
    Habib Meftahbousheri

    Contact : shanbehzadeh@hotmail.com
    Shanbehzadeh.ensemble@gmail.com
    0033 1 53 14 26 10
    The Shanbehzadeh's Ensemble offers a unique aspect of hypnotic dances and
    traditional music from the Persian Gulf and more precisely from the unkown region of
    Boushehr.
    The main instruments include the Neyanban (Iranian bagpipe), Neyjoti (double flute),
    Dammam (dual faced percussion), Zarbetempo (percussion), traditional flute, Senj (local
    type of cymbals) and Boogh (horns).

    Founded in 1990, this Ensemble directed by Saeid Shanbehzadeh delighted audiences in
    Iran, Europe and North America with the hypnotic rhythms and melodies of this amazing
    music.


    TRADITIONAL MUSIC FROM BOUSHEHR

    Boushehr is situated far of the centre of Iran, near the south-west coast of the Persian Gulf.
    This city lives at the rythm of a tradition and a culture different from the North, especially from
    the region of Teheran.

    The history of Boushehr is the symbol of a fishing village which has become a strategic war
    area.
    Down the centuries, Arabian, African, Indian, Armenian and Jewish populations integrated
    the city and participated to the local trade.

    The music from the city of Boushehr arose from the unique combination of Persian, Arab,
    African and Indian traditions that came together centuries ago in this southern Iranian cultural
    crossroad on the Persian Gulf.
    This diversity results from the wealth of local traditions in which music plays a vital role in all
    aspects of life: religion, work, social events, drama, music therapy and trance.





    The traditional musical ensemble of Saied Shanbezadeh is available
    for concerts, festivals and workshops.



    Concert with 3 musicians:
    Traditional music of weddings, religion, love songs...
    Instruments: Neyanbânn, Neydjofti, Tombak, Zarbetempo, Boogh
    1h30

    Saeid Shanbehzadeh
    Neyanbânn, Neydjofti, Traditional
    Dances


    Saied is a Neyanban and Neyjofti virtuoso but also an
    amazing dancer. He is often invited to participate to
    concerts with recognized artists as Billy Cobham.
    In 2001 he co-operated with the French
    Montalvo/Hervieu Company in creating and touring with
    the Babelle Heureuse show, which was performed
    more than two hundred times in France, Europe and
    Brazil.


    At the age of twenty he created his own traditional music group, the Shanbezadeh's
    Ensemble which won the first prize at the Fajr Festival in Tehran in 1990. At the same time
    he also began to conduct research and write about southern Iranian music in Iranian
    periodicals. His research on the ethnomusicology of the region led him to collect many
    different types of local music and create sound archives for this music. As a result of his
    research and his concerts he is now a nationally and internationally known musician.

    In 1996 he was invited to spend a semester at the University of Toronto. Two years later, he
    was named professor and director at the House of Culture and Music of the island of Kish
    (Iran).
    In 2007 he was invited again by La Cité de La Musique of Paris to teach dance, singing and
    music.

    Today, Saied animates workshop in schools in partnerships with 'le theatre de Chaillot, le
    musée du louvres and la compagnie Montalvo/ hervieu.





    Naghib Shanbehzadeh
    Tombak, Zarbetempo

    Young skilled percussionist, Naghib began playing music in Boushehr and Kish with his
    father at the age of 3 years old. He learnt traditional percussions from the south of Iran
    (Dammâm, Doholgap, Pipè, Kesser, Tempo) and classical ones (Zarb). Since the age of 10,
    he plays concerts with famous musicians as Billy Cobham, Manu Codja or Matthieu
    Donarier.
    Now, he studies occidental percussions at the « Conservatoire de Créteil ».


    Habib Meftahbousheri



    He was born in a musical family: his father, his grandfather and his uncle were great
    musicians who played Dammam and Neyanban in Boushehr. The Dammam instrument
    continued to be played thanks to this family, which always played it with impressive skill.
    Habib is one of the best players of Dammam in Iran today.

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    MUSICIANS

    Santur: Pouya Saraei
    Daf: Dr. Pirooz Arjmand

    Santur and Daf recorded by Omid Nickbin at Persian Sound City Complex, Tehran
    Assistant Engineer: Amir Vaali

    IRAN CREW

    Translator: Kourosh Homayounpour

    Special Thanks to Mostafa Kabiri, Mahdi Kashi, Mohammad Reza Ghezavat, Maryam Regaei, Mojtaba Morvari and Saeed Teimoori

    FILM CREW

    Filmed by Amin Bagheri and Christopher von Deylen
    Edited by Zukunftsmusik

    Filmed on location in Tehran and Lut Desert / Kerman Province, Iran

  • saeid & naghib shanbehzadeh boushehr iran music in womad singapor 1

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    Shanbehzadehs Ensemble



    Traditional songs, dances, vocals and trance rythms
    from the Persian Gulf

    Saeid Shanbehzadeh
    Naghib Shanbehzadeh
    Habib Meftahbousheri

    Contact : shanbehzadeh@hotmail.com
    The Shanbehzadehs Ensemble offers a unique aspect of hypnotic dances and
    traditional music from the Persian Gulf and more precisely from the unkown region of
    Boushehr.
    The main instruments include the Neyanban (Iranian bagpipe), Neyjoti (double flute),
    Dammam (dual faced percussion), Zarbetempo (percussion), traditional flute, Senj (local
    type of cymbals) and Boogh (horns).

    Founded in 1990, this Ensemble directed by Saeid Shanbehzadeh delighted audiences in
    Iran, Europe and North America with the hypnotic rhythms and melodies of this amazing
    music.


    TRADITIONAL MUSIC FROM BOUSHEHR

    Boushehr is situated far of the centre of Iran, near the south-west coast of the Persian Gulf.
    This city lives at the rythm of a tradition and a culture different from the North, especially from
    the region of Teheran.

    The history of Boushehr is the symbol of a fishing village which has become a strategic war
    area.
    Down the centuries, Arabian, African, Indian, Armenian and Jewish populations integrated
    the city and participated to the local trade.

    The music from the city of Boushehr arose from the unique combination of Persian, Arab,
    African and Indian traditions that came together centuries ago in this southern Iranian cultural
    crossroad on the Persian Gulf.
    This diversity results from the wealth of local traditions in which music plays a vital role in all
    aspects of life: religion, work, social events, drama, music therapy and trance.



    The traditional musical ensemble of Saied Shanbezadeh is available
    for concerts, festivals and workshops.


    Concert with 2 musicians:
    Ftaher and son duet (Saied et Naghib Shanbehzadeh)
    Traditional music and hypnotic dances.
    Instruments: Neyanbânn, Neydjofti, Tombak, Zarbetempo
    1h 30

    Concert with 3 musicians:
    Traditional music of weddings, religion, love songs
    Instruments: Neyanbânn, Neydjofti, Tombak, Zarbetempo, Boogh
    1h30

    Saeid Shanbehzadeh
    Neyanbânn, Neydjofti, Traditional
    Dances


    Saied is a Neyanban and Neyjofti virtuoso but also an
    amazing dancer. He is often invited to participate to
    concerts with recognized artists as Billy Cobham.
    In 2001 he co-operated with the French
    Montalvo/Hervieu Company in creating and touring with
    the Babelle Heureuse show, which was performed
    more than two hundred times in France, Europe and
    Brazil.


    At the age of twenty he created his own traditional music group, the Shanbezadehs
    Ensemble which won the first prize at the Fajr Festival in Tehran in 1990. At the same time
    he also began to conduct research and write about southern Iranian music in Iranian
    periodicals. His research on the ethnomusicology of the region led him to collect many
    different types of local music and create sound archives for this music. As a result of his
    research and his concerts he is now a nationally and internationally known musician.

    In 1996 he was invited to spend a semester at the University of Toronto. Two years later, he
    was named professor and director at the House of Culture and Music of the island of Kish
    (Iran).
    In 2007 he was invited again by La Cité de La Musique of Paris to teach dance, singing and
    music.

    Today, Saied animates workshop in schools in partnerships with le theatre de Chaillot, le
    musée du louvres and la compagnie Montalvo/ hervieu.


    Naghib Shanbehzadeh
    Tombak, Zarbetempo

    Young skilled percussionist, Naghib began playing music in Boushehr and Kish with his
    father at the age of 3 years old. He learnt traditional percussions from the south of Iran
    (Dammâm, Doholgap, Pipè, Kesser, Tempo) and classical ones (Zarb). Since the age of 10,
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    Now, he studies occidental percussions at the « Conservatoire de Créteil ».

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  • Snoh Aalegra: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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    Watch Snoh Aalegra play Love Like That, I Want You Around, Whoa, Fool For You and Find Someone Like You at the Tiny Desk.

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    Feb. 18, 2020 | Sidney Madden -- Almost without trying, Snoh Aalegra has an unforgettable presence. Strolling into NPR's music department on the day of her Tiny Desk Concert debut, the striking Iranian-Swedish singer donned Off-White Nike Dunks, baggy jeans, dewy skin and a sleek ponytail, carrying herself with the kind of camera-ready, cool-girl aura that silenced a mass of people waiting for her. Even with all that, the moment she started to sing is when the real beauty shone through.

    Like a fragile candle flame in a pool of melting wax, the texture of Aalegra's voice mesmerizes without overpowering. The 32-year-old has spent years perfecting that balance. Drawing her musical cues from Brandy and Sade while racking up a list of collaborators such as Vince Staples, James Fauntleroy and, most recently Pharrell Williams, Aalegra always finds her groove in the unexpected pockets of emotion. Much of her latest album, 2019's -Ugh, those feels again, is an ode to the comfortability of love, one that's even more appreciated within the close confines of the Tiny Desk.

    On this day in particular, Aalegra's tracks were stripped of their punchier, album-version kick drums and trap echoes. In their absence, it's Aalegra's delicate vocal runs and chemistry with her supporting singers that resonated most. I Want You Around and Whoa, which usually rest on a bed of glitchy, spiraling production, felt lighter thanks to the dreamy string section, and by the time she sang her concert closer, Find Someone Like You, the room was in full swoon. It's clear that at just 16 minutes, Aalegra and her crew knew how to create a memorable moment.

    SET LIST
    Love Like That
    I Want You Around
    Whoa
    Fool For You
    Find Someone Like You

    MUSICIANS
    Snoh Aalegra: vocals; O'Neil Doctor O Palmer: keys; Jef Villaluna: guitar; George Spanky McCurdy: drums; Ron Poindexter: vocals; Porsha Clay: vocals; Ashley Parham: violin; Johnny Walker, Jr.: cello; Asali McIntyre: violin; Brandon Lewis: viola; Thaddaeus Tribbett: Bass

    CREDITS
    Producers: Sidney Madden, Bobby Carter, Morgan Noelle Smith, Kara Frame; Creative director: Bob Boilen; Audio engineers: Josh Rogosin, Patrick Boyd; Editor: Kara Frame; Videographers: Kara Frame, Maia Stern, Jack Corbett, CJ Riculan; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Executive producer: Lauren Onkey; VP, programming: Anya Grundmann; Photo: Laura Beltran Villamizar/NPR

  • Musician Mindset from April 3, 2020 with Jeff Nelson, David Cooper, and special guest David Ohanian

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    David Ohanian, former of the Canadian Brass, Empire Brass, and Boston Symphony Orchestra talk about chamber music and how David Ohanian took the leap of faith to leave the BSO to pursue playing full time in a brass quintet. Hear about his start in music and all about his career traveling the world with two of the premier brass quintets.

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  • MERU Concert - Padma Bhushan Vikku Vinayakram on Ghatam

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    MERU Concert: 20 July 2016, Theater Oranjerie, Roermond, The Netherlands
    Grammy award winner Vikku Vinayakram presents his deep and intricate percussion compositions. Vikku is recipient of Padma Bhushan award, the prestigious National honour conferred by the President of India; and Sangeet Natak Acadami award, the highest honor for music in India.

    Vikku’s mastery over percussion is legendary. He is playing ghatam, an ancient percussion instrument of South India. He is joined by his son V. Selvaganesh and his grandson S. Swaminathan both international celebrities in themselves, known for their imaginative and beautiful percussion skills. Also accompanying them are N. Rajaraman on Gethu Vadhyam and A. Ganesan on Morsing.

  • Famous Persian Songs | Persian String Quartet

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    Famous Persian songs performed by the Persian String Quartet from City String Ensemble.

    1. Soltane Ghalbha - Aref
    2. Shah Doomad - Vigen
    3. Naneh - Moein
    4. Zendegi Ba To - Moein



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    One of Los Angeles' and London's most exciting string groups - City String Ensemble is the ensemble for your wedding or party!

    All styles of music are covered from Classical - Jazz - Movie Themes - Pop - Disney - Broadway - Bollywood, Persian, Jewish and more!

    We provide professional live music entertainment for weddings, corporate functions, private parties and also available for recording sessions.

  • Santur & Oud duet – Khorasani / دونوازی سنتور و بربت - خراسانی

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    Santur & Oud duet – Khorasani / دونوازی سنتور و بربت - خراسانی
    arrangement for Santur by Ardavan Kamkar

    Hossein Taghinejad, Santur / حسین تقی نژاد : سنتور
    Arman Sigarchi, Oud / آرمان سیگارچی : بربت


    Hossein Taghinejad was born in 1981, Rasht Study Accounting, Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
    Music education from the age of seventeen with Santour and with Mr. Hasan Eshghi in Rasht and then advanced and advanced courses with the teachers of Pashang and Ardavan Kamkar.
    He also Music theory has benefited from the professors of Hasan Mir Shafiei and Sohrab Falakgigniz.
    Since 2001, the Iranian song has been continued with Reza Ali Rezaju and then to Maria Maria Beybonggard. Hossein Taghinejad, in 2000, founded the Delangizan music group in Rasht, and until In 2007 he was the director of this group and held several concerts in Rasht, but the spot Turning on his art activities, he has been the founder of the local music group, Takzavan and the director of the group since 2008. Taghinejad has been together with the tasian accordion group and has participated in numerous concerts and festivals at home and abroad, and the Tassian accordion group is now from the groups He is also famous for performing local music in Iran.
    He has also taught music at the Contemporary Music School in Rasht since 2005. Gilaki Concerts since 2009 in Rasht, three periods at the Kish Island Iranian Folk Festival, Gilaki Concert at Niavaran Cultural Center of Tehran 2014, Gilaki Concert Hall of Thought Tohr Concert in Guilan Concert in Gorgan 2014 Concert in Vahdat Hall of Tehran in 1394 and 1395 Concerts: Concert Teknavazi Santour Oldenburg Germany August 2011 Guilty Concert Egyptian House of Art in Paris (France) 2011 Concert in Berlin and Munich, Germany 2016 Participation in the New Years Celebration of Berlin 2016 Composing and making Gilaki songs and working with poets and singers like Gilan such as Mohammad Reza Kheirkhah, Mohammad Bashra, Mohsen Aryapad, Abazar Gholami, Mohammad Taghi Rostami Tareem Gilaki made: Galaghan, Tassian, Khash condition, time of appointment, Golaz, clutch
    Hassan Taqinejad's singing and singing, based on a piece by Mohammad Taqi Rostami, has been officially licensed by the Ministry of Culture and Guidance.


    Arman Sigarchi was born in 1984 in Rasht, Iran. He started to learn music when he was ten years old. His first teacher was his father, a well-known musician in Tehran and north of Iran.Arman studied to play Oud, Setar, Tar and Tombak. For three consecutive years, 2001, 2002 and 2003, Arman won the first prize in Oud solo competition at Fajr Music Festival, which is the most prestigious music festival in Iran. 
    He worked with many Iranian musicians as Mohammad Reza Lotfi, Shahram Nazeri, Hamid Motebassem, Majid Derakhshani, Sima Bina, Salar Aghili, Alireza Ghorbani to name a few, and also played in bands like Sheyda, Chavosh, Dastan, Raz o Niyaz, Mezrab, Pardis and Khorshid. He played in many international festivals such as Du Monde Arabe, The Gaude Mater, The Guitar Festival, The Glatt & Verkehrt, Morgenland. In 2009 he moved to Germany and started to teach music and hold workshops in Cologne, the city of his residence, besides composing and recording music.

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  • Ill Choose You Over And Again - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

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    The two artists ( Imamyar Hasanov and Pezhham Akhavass) have created a passionate and lively journey which the audiences by hearing , experiences feeling of joy and happiness . The softness and speed of Imamyar's techniques are known by many artists. He also by immigrating made his fans to hear Azerbaijan Maqams and his creations and had a great role in introducing Kamancheh and Azerbaijan music. Technique and his sense is so skillful and natural which creates a sense of tranquility and heaven in the listener. Pezhham Akhavas also had an important role in introducing Iranian music at the universities and art centers of America and by performing so many concerts with Iranian and none-Iranian famous musicians played an important role in the recognition of Iranian music. Pezhham Akhavas with fully energetic and high techniques has been consistent with all the moments , and beside of playing Tombak , by using other percussions in his record in studio has created a lot of colors and emotions . One of the other specific points of this collaboration was to connect two cultures which bring a message of peace and friendship, and make a friendly relationship between the culture of Iran and Azerbaijan. Two cultures with ancient root which encompasses countless lovers and enthusiasts in the world .
    Hossein Alizâdeh-Sumer2017

    آلبوم موسیقی «آن گاه» حاصل همکاری «امامیار حسن اف» و «پژهام اخواص» است. این دو نوازنده با سازهای کمانچه و تمبک و دوایرکوکی پیوندی شنیدنی میان موسیقی ایران و آذربایجان ایجاد می‌کنند و قطعاتی دلنشین را به گوش شنوندگان می‌رسانند. در بخشی از یادداشتی که «حسین علیزاده» بر این آلبوم نوشته است، می‌خوانیم: «هنرمندان امام یار حسن اف و پژهام اخواص سیر و سیاحت پر شور و متبحرانه‌ای را در این خلق کرده‌اند که شنونده از هر طیفی با شنیدن آن احساس شادی و شعف عاشقانه‌ای را تجربه می‌کند. نرمی و سرعت تکنیک امام یار زبان‌زد بسیاری از هنرشناسان دنیاست. تکنیک و حس امام یار ان‌قدر با مهارت و طبیعی به‌کار گرفته می‌شود که حس آرامش و آسمانی را در شنونده ایجاد می‌‌کند.


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  • M. SHIRKHODAYI - radif on clarinet

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    Segah - shahgusheh Mokhalef in Masnavi style.
    Master Hassan Kassayi introduces him :
    the fondement of Music is resumed in just one word : it's musician soul burning which can impress listener's heart ; only Candle knows why Butterfly gives his soul.

    Mohammad Shirkhodayi, târ and clarinet player, born in Tehran, 1926.
    At age of 15 he entered in Tehran Music Academy, and there, on Ali Naghi Vaziri and Ruhollah Khaleghi's advice, he started to study târ.
    He performed as a solist on Tehran Radio (created in 1940) at the age of 19 ; then he became a member of famous R. Khaleghi's Academic Orchestra.
    During first Golhâ (Golhâ-ye djâvidân) performances on radio, director Davood Pirniâ asked him to play clarinet ; Shirkhodayi's beginning's on this instrument were so amazing that he then specialized on clarinet.
    He recorded with the most famous musicians in his time, from Gholam Hossein Banan to Hossein Tehrani through Abolhassan Saba.
    His works along with those of Hosseinali Vaziritabar contribute to the creation of a radif for clarinet.
    He worked all his life as an expert for different regional Music Academies in Iran.
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  • You And Me - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - من و تو - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

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    آلبوم موسیقی «آن گاه» حاصل همکاری «امامیار حسن اف» و «پژهام اخواص» است. این دو نوازنده با سازهای کمانچه و تمبک و دوایرکوکی پیوندی شنیدنی میان موسیقی ایران و آذربایجان ایجاد می‌کنند و قطعاتی دلنشین را به گوش شنوندگان می‌رسانند. در بخشی از یادداشتی که «حسین علیزاده» بر این آلبوم نوشته است، می‌خوانیم: «هنرمندان امام یار حسن اف و پژهام اخواص سیر و سیاحت پر شور و متبحرانه‌ای را در این خلق کرده‌اند که شنونده از هر طیفی با شنیدن آن احساس شادی و شعف عاشقانه‌ای را تجربه می‌کند. نرمی و سرعت تکنیک امام یار زبان‌زد بسیاری از هنرشناسان دنیاست. تکنیک و حس امام یار ان‌قدر با مهارت و طبیعی به‌کار گرفته می‌شود که حس آرامش و آسمانی را در شنونده ایجاد می‌‌کند.


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  • Afghan street musician in Tehran - June 2002

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    Afghan street musician in Tehran, filmed in June of 2002.
    The song is in Persian (Farsi) language.
    Sarzameene Man (My Land, My Homeland)

    Video by: Ben Bagheri, benbagheri at yahoo dot com

  • Persian Street Performer Santa Monica Promenade in Tehrangeles

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    Saeed Singing Faramarz Aslani Song at Midnight in Santa Monica Promenade. Tehrangeles

  • Kourosh Yaghmaei...banned music in Iran.

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    from the movie worldwide famous ..Tzarens kureer or Michael Strogof..the song was in the persian version ..memories for many ,
    Kourosh Yaghmaei was 10 when his father gave him a gift that revealed his talent for music. It was a Santour (The Persian Traditional string-percussive /Dulcimer). According to his mother, when he opened his present, after a few tries, he started to play a tune. Not to mention that he had never touched a Santour before. After 5 years of practice he gained precious knowledge of Iranian traditional music along with excellent skills in playing Santour.im adding this from another page i found about him .....
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    Kourosh Yaghmaei (Persian: کورش يغمائي) is one of the first Iranian rock musicians.
    Kourosh was 10 when his father gave him a gift that revealed his talent for music. It was a Santour (the Persian traditional string-percussive dulcimer). According to his mother, when he opened his present, after a few tries, he started to play a tune. Not to mention that he had never touched a Santour before. After 5 years of practice he gained precious knowledge of Iranian traditional music along with excellent skills in playing Santour.

    At the age of 15 he chose to play the guitar, which he has always loved. He gathered his own Pop/Rock bands which he both composed for and played in. He mostly played the lead guitar. In fact Kourosh introduced Rock music to Iran with a Pop formation of songs. At that time he received several tempting offers from western musicians and bands' managers to join them.

    In his senior year as a Social Science student at the Iran National University (DANESHGHAH-e MELLI-e IRAN), Kourosh released his first single hit GOL-e YAKH. The poem was written by his classmate, now-famous poet Mahdi Akhavan Langeroudi. This memorable love song led him to worldwide fame. He orchestrated, composed, played and sang the song. The song received international attention. It was re-played and sang in several other languages by their local musicians. His voice was banned for 17 years after The islamic revolution in 1979. In these years he published children stories on books and cassettes. He released an instrumental album called DIYAAR (Homeland).


    At the age of 15 he chose to play the guitar, which he has always loved. He gathered his own Pop/Rock bands which he both composed for and played in. He mostly played the lead guitar. In fact Kourosh introduced Rock music to Iran with a Pop formation of songs. At that time he received several tempting offers from Western musicians and bands' managers to join them. In his senior year as a Social Science student at the Iran National University (DANESHGHAH-e MELLI-e IRAN), Kourosh released his first single hit GOL-e YAKH. The poem was written by his classmate, now-famous poet Mahdi Akhavan Langeroudi. This memorable love song led him to worldwide fame. He orchestrated, composed, played and sang the song. The song received international attention. It was re-played and sang in several other languages by their local musicians.
    His voice was banned for 17 years after 1979. In these years he published children stories on books and cassettes. He released an instrumental album called DIYAAR (Homeland). It was an orchestration of endemic songs for Grand National Orchestra. He also took some guitar students. His first album SIB-e NOGHRE'EE (Silvery Apple) was released after the ban was lifted. His picture was only allowed to be printed in his albums after 24 years. It has to be noted that Kourosh has learnt all different aspects of music without having any music teacher or instructor.

  • Joy Of Dance - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - لذت رقص - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

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    Joy Of Dance - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - لذت رقص - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

    Rahgozar Haft Eghlim

    The two artists ( Imamyar Hasanov and Pezhham Akhavass) have created a passionate and lively journey which the audiences by hearing , experiences feeling of joy and happiness . The softness and speed of Imamyar's techniques are known by many artists. He also by immigrating made his fans to hear Azerbaijan Maqams and his creations and had a great role in introducing Kamancheh and Azerbaijan music. Technique and his sense is so skillful and natural which creates a sense of tranquility and heaven in the listener. Pezhham Akhavas also had an important role in introducing Iranian music at the universities and art centers of America and by performing so many concerts with Iranian and none-Iranian famous musicians played an important role in the recognition of Iranian music. Pezhham Akhavas with fully energetic and high techniques has been consistent with all the moments , and beside of playing Tombak , by using other percussions in his record in studio has created a lot of colors and emotions . One of the other specific points of this collaboration was to connect two cultures which bring a message of peace and friendship, and make a friendly relationship between the culture of Iran and Azerbaijan. Two cultures with ancient root which encompasses countless lovers and enthusiasts in the world .
    Hossein Alizâdeh-Sumer2017

    آلبوم موسیقی «آن گاه» حاصل همکاری «امامیار حسن اف» و «پژهام اخواص» است. این دو نوازنده با سازهای کمانچه و تمبک و دوایرکوکی پیوندی شنیدنی میان موسیقی ایران و آذربایجان ایجاد می‌کنند و قطعاتی دلنشین را به گوش شنوندگان می‌رسانند. در بخشی از یادداشتی که «حسین علیزاده» بر این آلبوم نوشته است، می‌خوانیم: «هنرمندان امام یار حسن اف و پژهام اخواص سیر و سیاحت پر شور و متبحرانه‌ای را در این خلق کرده‌اند که شنونده از هر طیفی با شنیدن آن احساس شادی و شعف عاشقانه‌ای را تجربه می‌کند. نرمی و سرعت تکنیک امام یار زبان‌زد بسیاری از هنرشناسان دنیاست. تکنیک و حس امام یار ان‌قدر با مهارت و طبیعی به‌کار گرفته می‌شود که حس آرامش و آسمانی را در شنونده ایجاد می‌‌کند.


    #Music #Album_Then

  • Violinist in the street-Iranian پسر ویولونیست تهران

    4:01

  • First Love - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - اولین عشق - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

    2:32

    bit.ly/RheRecords
    First Love - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - اولین عشق - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

    Rahgozar Haft Eghlim

    The two artists ( Imamyar Hasanov and Pezhham Akhavass) have created a passionate and lively journey which the audiences by hearing , experiences feeling of joy and happiness . The softness and speed of Imamyar's techniques are known by many artists. He also by immigrating made his fans to hear Azerbaijan Maqams and his creations and had a great role in introducing Kamancheh and Azerbaijan music. Technique and his sense is so skillful and natural which creates a sense of tranquility and heaven in the listener. Pezhham Akhavas also had an important role in introducing Iranian music at the universities and art centers of America and by performing so many concerts with Iranian and none-Iranian famous musicians played an important role in the recognition of Iranian music. Pezhham Akhavas with fully energetic and high techniques has been consistent with all the moments , and beside of playing Tombak , by using other percussions in his record in studio has created a lot of colors and emotions . One of the other specific points of this collaboration was to connect two cultures which bring a message of peace and friendship, and make a friendly relationship between the culture of Iran and Azerbaijan. Two cultures with ancient root which encompasses countless lovers and enthusiasts in the world .
    Hossein Alizâdeh-Sumer2017

    آلبوم موسیقی «آن گاه» حاصل همکاری «امامیار حسن اف» و «پژهام اخواص» است. این دو نوازنده با سازهای کمانچه و تمبک و دوایرکوکی پیوندی شنیدنی میان موسیقی ایران و آذربایجان ایجاد می‌کنند و قطعاتی دلنشین را به گوش شنوندگان می‌رسانند. در بخشی از یادداشتی که «حسین علیزاده» بر این آلبوم نوشته است، می‌خوانیم: «هنرمندان امام یار حسن اف و پژهام اخواص سیر و سیاحت پر شور و متبحرانه‌ای را در این خلق کرده‌اند که شنونده از هر طیفی با شنیدن آن احساس شادی و شعف عاشقانه‌ای را تجربه می‌کند. نرمی و سرعت تکنیک امام یار زبان‌زد بسیاری از هنرشناسان دنیاست. تکنیک و حس امام یار ان‌قدر با مهارت و طبیعی به‌کار گرفته می‌شود که حس آرامش و آسمانی را در شنونده ایجاد می‌‌کند.


    #Music #Album_Then

  • Wedding Dance - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - رقص عروسی - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

    3:01

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    Wedding Dance - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - رقص عروسی - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

    Rahgozar Haft Eghlim

    The two artists ( Imamyar Hasanov and Pezhham Akhavass) have created a passionate and lively journey which the audiences by hearing , experiences feeling of joy and happiness . The softness and speed of Imamyar's techniques are known by many artists. He also by immigrating made his fans to hear Azerbaijan Maqams and his creations and had a great role in introducing Kamancheh and Azerbaijan music. Technique and his sense is so skillful and natural which creates a sense of tranquility and heaven in the listener. Pezhham Akhavas also had an important role in introducing Iranian music at the universities and art centers of America and by performing so many concerts with Iranian and none-Iranian famous musicians played an important role in the recognition of Iranian music. Pezhham Akhavas with fully energetic and high techniques has been consistent with all the moments , and beside of playing Tombak , by using other percussions in his record in studio has created a lot of colors and emotions . One of the other specific points of this collaboration was to connect two cultures which bring a message of peace and friendship, and make a friendly relationship between the culture of Iran and Azerbaijan. Two cultures with ancient root which encompasses countless lovers and enthusiasts in the world .
    Hossein Alizâdeh-Sumer2017

    آلبوم موسیقی «آن گاه» حاصل همکاری «امامیار حسن اف» و «پژهام اخواص» است. این دو نوازنده با سازهای کمانچه و تمبک و دوایرکوکی پیوندی شنیدنی میان موسیقی ایران و آذربایجان ایجاد می‌کنند و قطعاتی دلنشین را به گوش شنوندگان می‌رسانند. در بخشی از یادداشتی که «حسین علیزاده» بر این آلبوم نوشته است، می‌خوانیم: «هنرمندان امام یار حسن اف و پژهام اخواص سیر و سیاحت پر شور و متبحرانه‌ای را در این خلق کرده‌اند که شنونده از هر طیفی با شنیدن آن احساس شادی و شعف عاشقانه‌ای را تجربه می‌کند. نرمی و سرعت تکنیک امام یار زبان‌زد بسیاری از هنرشناسان دنیاست. تکنیک و حس امام یار ان‌قدر با مهارت و طبیعی به‌کار گرفته می‌شود که حس آرامش و آسمانی را در شنونده ایجاد می‌‌کند.


    #Music #Album_Then

  • Mahur Rengi - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - رنگ ماهور - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

    1:13

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    Mahur Rengi - Imamyar Hasanov & Pezhham Akhavas - رنگ ماهور - امامیار حسن اف - پژهام اخواص

    Rahgozar Haft Eghlim

    The two artists ( Imamyar Hasanov and Pezhham Akhavass) have created a passionate and lively journey which the audiences by hearing , experiences feeling of joy and happiness . The softness and speed of Imamyar's techniques are known by many artists. He also by immigrating made his fans to hear Azerbaijan Maqams and his creations and had a great role in introducing Kamancheh and Azerbaijan music. Technique and his sense is so skillful and natural which creates a sense of tranquility and heaven in the listener. Pezhham Akhavas also had an important role in introducing Iranian music at the universities and art centers of America and by performing so many concerts with Iranian and none-Iranian famous musicians played an important role in the recognition of Iranian music. Pezhham Akhavas with fully energetic and high techniques has been consistent with all the moments , and beside of playing Tombak , by using other percussions in his record in studio has created a lot of colors and emotions . One of the other specific points of this collaboration was to connect two cultures which bring a message of peace and friendship, and make a friendly relationship between the culture of Iran and Azerbaijan. Two cultures with ancient root which encompasses countless lovers and enthusiasts in the world .
    Hossein Alizâdeh-Sumer2017

    آلبوم موسیقی «آن گاه» حاصل همکاری «امامیار حسن اف» و «پژهام اخواص» است. این دو نوازنده با سازهای کمانچه و تمبک و دوایرکوکی پیوندی شنیدنی میان موسیقی ایران و آذربایجان ایجاد می‌کنند و قطعاتی دلنشین را به گوش شنوندگان می‌رسانند. در بخشی از یادداشتی که «حسین علیزاده» بر این آلبوم نوشته است، می‌خوانیم: «هنرمندان امام یار حسن اف و پژهام اخواص سیر و سیاحت پر شور و متبحرانه‌ای را در این خلق کرده‌اند که شنونده از هر طیفی با شنیدن آن احساس شادی و شعف عاشقانه‌ای را تجربه می‌کند. نرمی و سرعت تکنیک امام یار زبان‌زد بسیاری از هنرشناسان دنیاست. تکنیک و حس امام یار ان‌قدر با مهارت و طبیعی به‌کار گرفته می‌شود که حس آرامش و آسمانی را در شنونده ایجاد می‌‌کند.


    #Music #Album_Then

  • Greek musicians play Sylent-oud

    1:56

    Many thanks to Melina and Yannis for this interpretation of Hanoumakia Greek song. Sylent-oud instrument Rowan and Flat Back model prices and details
    Greek workshop organized by them
    #oud #electricoud #silentguitar #oudplayer #sbdprojets #luthier #madeinfrance #oudmaker #oudforsale #headless #fretless #middleeasternmusic #taqasim #عود #السعودي #دبي #قطر #فلسطين #الامارات #البحرين #الكويت #تقاسيم #سلطنة #صوت #شرقى #عمان #الاردن #لبنان #تقاسيم_عود

  • The Doors Drummer John Densmore & Iranian Musician Reza

    3:59

    HenHouseStudios.com
    Doors drummer John Densmore and Iranian musician Reza Derakshani meet to record an album at Hen House Studios. The clip features studio footage and extensive interviews. The results of these recording is what John calls, Peaceful sounds from the axis of evil, and a CD entitled Reza -- Ray of the Wine available for purchase at
    Hen House Studios is a record label and documentary film company in Venice, California. First made famous by their unique concept to record musicians for free in exchange for the right to film them, Hen House has grown to a premiere, web based multi media company featuring music videos, CDs, DVDs, and podcasts all produced by the studio.
    Hear the Music and See the Stories.
    ©2007 Hen House Studios . All Rights Reserved.

  • Zendegi Ba To - Moein | Persian String Quartet

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    Zendegi Ba To by Moein performed by the Persian String Quartet from City String Ensemble.



    Facebook:
    Instagram: @citystringensemble

    One of Los Angeles' and London's most exciting string groups - City String Ensemble is the ensemble for your occasion.

    All styles are covered from Classical - Jazz - Movie Themes - Pop - Disney - Broadway - Bollywood, Persian, Jewish and more!

    We provide professional live music entertainment for weddings, corporate functions, private parties and also available for recording sessions.

  • The 11th Bita Prize for Persian Arts Ceremony

    7:07

    The recipient of the 11th Bita Prize for Persian Arts is the acclaimed singer Parissa, for a life dedicated to preserving the best of Iranian classical music and elevating the role of women in this tradition.

    Parissa is a master vocalist of classical Persian music (radif) who continues to play a singular role in promoting, preserving, and elevating the best in classical Persian music. She has dedicated her support—by example and action—to the rights of women musicians to create, train, perform, and contribute to a rich legacy of music. Her exemplary role as the embodiment of the dignity of an artist, undaunted by the commercial market or power, makes her yet another impressive and indispensable addition to the list of Bita Prize recipients.

    آمده‌ای که راز من بر همگان بیان کنی

    و آن شه بی‌نشانه را جلوه دهی نشان کنی



    دوش خیال مست تو آمد و جام بر کفش

    گفتم می نمی‌خورم گفت مکن زیان کنی
    تصنیف راز من
    آهنگ: سعید فرج پوری



    گنج دل زمین منم سر چه نهی تو بر زمین؟

    قبله‌ی آسمان منم رو چه به آسمان کنی؟

  • On Rumis Trail, Davod Azad Interview in Miami

    23:51

    On April 12th, Biscayne Bay campus once again witnessed a sensational Persian concert, this time Davod Azad the renowned world music artist. Being a follower of Persian Sufi and Mysticism school of thought, Azad boards the audience on an unworldly ship, on a voyage to another dimension in time. The audience explored a specific genre of traditional Persian music called Khaneghahi.

    The concert consisted of two acts, starring Davod Azad on Tanbour, Taar and Oud (Persian string instruments), accompanied by Reza Filsoofi, a well-known Miami-based instrumental artist, on Tonbak, Daf and drums (Persian drum instruments).

    The first act consisted of six pieces in Shour, Mahour and Shooshtari (Persian musical modal systems). Azad elaborated on the pieces and explained that Khaneghahi music is the apparatus to connect the audience to the divine being. Mentioned is the path of Sufis to affiliate with the unity of existence.

    The second act contained seven pieces in Bayat-Esfahan, Shour and Nava (Persian musical modal systems). The poetry of Azad, infused with the delicacy of Filsoofi created a hypnotic trance atmosphere, which dwelled relentlessly. The crowd, old and young, oblivious of time and place, waxed and waned with the music. The verse Ma'shoogh Leili Leili (my lover Leili, Leili) was repeated and repeated by Azad. Filsoofi stroke passionately on Daf. The rhythm went higher and higher and hearts beat faster and faster. One could almost glimpse a group of dervishes entering the concert hall one after another: With their hands crossed on their chests and wearing cloud white gowns, they bow respectfully to the audience and start to whirl into Sa'ma (Sufi dance). Spiritual poems flowed in the hall, inundated with divinity:

    Without love, the world is an entire pain...
    My lover came to me at last...
    A moaning heart is a sign of love...

    The history of Sufism dates back to the ancient times in Iran. However it was officially acknowledged in the 9th century A.D. Sufi hymn is a devotional music owing its poetry and philosophy to the all-time Iranian poet Rumi. Accredited by other famous Iranian poets and theologians such as Hafez, Abū Sa`īd Abū-l-Khair and Attar among many others, Sufism is mainly defined as an eternal philosophy of existence that pre-dates religion. Some also believe it is the mystical dimension of Islam. Regardless of its definition, Sufism is a school of self-realization. Sufis believe in the possibility of embracing oneness and the divine presence of God in this life, not in another, not in heavens.

    Sa'ma or the whirling dance of the Sufis is a ceremony performed in remembrance of God. Sa'ma means listening to the sounds of this world and another (the realm of God). The whirling dervish is on a pilgrim within; his Ka'ba (the holy house of God for Muslims) is his own being:

    O pilgrims, thou art where? Thou art where?
    The beloved is neigh, come hither, come hither

    Rumi

    Each order of Sufism, based on their culture, language, and customs has its own style and Mugham (Persian music modal systems). Structure is based on quaternary (Hayullah Mugham) or binary (Da-eem Mugham) rhythms. It is usually kept simple to accord with the Sa'ma dance (the primary role of Khaneghah music).

    Davod Azad is one of the pioneers in introducing the Nimatullahi Order in Iran. As a composer, vocalist and instrumentalist he has led a solo career performing in Iran, North America, Europe, Bhutan, Australia, India, etc. as well as many international venues and radio stations such as Radio Culture House in Austria. He is the first to have fused the Iranian traditional music with western classical (Bach) resulting in the album Divan of Rumi & Bach. Being an absolute enthusiast of collaborative music, he has played along versatile musical forms such as Jazz, Blues, western and eastern classical. His tours are widely received worldwide and his fans embody heterogeneous nationalities and races.

    Reza Filsoofi, also an instrumentalist, is a local Iranian artist in South Florida. He has gained his knowledge from master musicians in Iran and ever since has been performing and teaching both in Iran and the United States. He stages numerous events and festivals in an effort to introduce Persian classical music to both Iranians living abroad and non-Iranian audiences. He has formed the first official traditional Persian ensemble in Florida named Caravan Ensemble as well as collaborating with other musicians.

    Having generously welcomed the international artists and musicians, Biscayne Bay campus is looking forward to the future events for the upcoming moths hosted by Iranian Cultural Society of South Florida.


    By Samannaz K.P.

  • Next Star by Mansour | Auditions | Group 2

    12:51

    Los Angeles, CA – Persian music superstar Mansour is looking for the next big music star to feature on an upcoming single. Mansour has asked singers and fans to submit HD videos of themselves singing one of his songs via social media for a once in a lifetime chance to sing on his new single.

    Thank you to all the Contestants that have participated and helped me in getting this program started to find a great voice to feature on my new song,” shares Mansour. “Musicians can also compete for a solo on the same song.”

    The vote results of the first round of #NextStarbyMansour will be published in a few short episodes over the next 2 weeks. This is the 2nd Episode. The winners will go to round 2 where they will have a welcoming zoom discussion with mansour and will have 2 weeks to perform 2 songs from the list of songs which will be announced on the last episode of the auditions in 2 weeks. the winners of round 2 will move to the semifinal round of #NextStarbyMansour.

    Judges will be introduced in the coming weeks and will assist the audience with suggestions and ideas in choosing the winner.

    Individual musicians have also entered for the winner to be featured with a solo for the same song.

    Contestants are encouraged to tag their friends and share their videos. Select entries will be featured on Mansour’s social channels.

    Competition is sponsored by Mansour and Soho Entertainment.

    An iconic Iranian artist of this generation, Mansour is one of the most popular singers among 100 million Farsi speaking people worldwide. Known for his positive messages and energetic sound, Mansour’s music has become part of the fabric of Iranian life even though he lives and records in U.S. Mansour’s most recent album, “Ensane Nou,” was released by Soho Entertainment of Los Angeles, California in August 2019.

    Soho Entertainment is a record label based in Los Angeles, California that provides distribution, marketing and management services for artists worldwide.



    Published by: 728 Publishing (BMI)
    Copyright 2020 MansourMusic Co. All Rights Reserved.

  • Persian Gypsies in Tehran

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  • ELIs BAND - Persian Medley l International High Energy Wedding Band

    1:38

    ELI's BAND is a Modern International Live Band combined with the high energy sound of DJ. In this video Eli's Band 9 piece band performing live a few songs from their rich Persian repertoire - 'Sheydai', 'Vay Cheghad Mastam Man', 'Dooset Daram', 'Tekoon Bede'.

    With over 10 years of experience ELI's BAND - Eli Buzaglo Entertainment provide entertainment for all types of events: Weddings, Corporate events, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Galas, private events and more. ​

    We specialize in entertaining mixed crowds with a multi cultural music repertoire that caters for a wide range of nationalities: American, Russian, Persian, Arabic, Latin, Italian, Israeli... just to name a few.
    Merging the romance of all time favorite classics with the energy of newest hits
    our singers and musicians will make your event unforgettable!

    Our founder and band leader Eli Buzaglo is an internationally known jewish wedding ceremony singer and a chuppah cantor. His unique one of a kind jewish renditions of famous pop and opera songs have been played all over the world and shared numerous times on news outlets and social media.
    His performance provides an exclusive flavor to any jewish wedding ceremony with songs such as
    'Boi Kala' or 'Od Ishama'. For ceremony catalog visit our Ceremonies playlist.

    Eli's Band - Eli Buzaglo Entertainment are based in Los Angeles, California and travel all over the world.
    You can often see us perform in LA, NY, Miami, Chicago, Canada, Moscow, South America and more.

    These are cover versions performed live, ELI's BAND do not own any rights to these songs/compositions.

    Shot by VIP Productions

  • shanbehzadeh ensemble & trio Donarier HAJ

    9:12

    Saeid Shanbehzadeh : Neyanbon, Neyjofti, Dammam

    He began playing music at the age of seven in his native town of Boushehr in southern Iran with old music masters from the area and according to the local oral traditions. He first learned percussion and singing, then Neyanban (bagpipe), Neyjofti (double flute) and traditional dances.

    At the age of twenty he created his own traditional music group, the Zâr Ensemble (before called Shanbezadeh's Ensemble) which won the first prize at the Fajr Festival in Tehran in 1990. At the same time he also began to conduct research and write about southern Iranian music in Iranian periodicals. His research on the ethnomusicology of the region led him to collect many different types of local music and create sound archives for this music. As a result of his research and his concerts he is now a nationally and internationally known musician.

    In 1996 he was invited to spend a semester at the University of Toronto. In 1998 he was named professor and director at the House of Culture and Music of the island of Kish (Iran). In 2001 the French Montalvo/Hervieu Company invited him to participate in creating and touring with the Babelle Heureuse show, which was performed more than two hundred times in France, Europe and Brazil.

    He also composed film scores and acted for a variety of film directors, such as Mohssen Makhmalbaf for the film Dar (The Door), Bahram Bayzai for Gouf te gou ba bad (Speak with the Wind) and Rakhshan Banietemad for Baran va boumi (Baran and the Citizen).


    Habib Mefhtaboushehri : Dammam, Zarbetempo, Flute

    He began to play music in religious ceremonies at a very young age, His father taught him to play the flute. He learned to play Zarbetempo on his own with help and advice from experienced old masters in the city. As a university student he played in the Students' Music festival and won the soloist first prize three times. At the age of twenty he was invited by Saeid Shanbehzadeh to join the ZÂR Ensemble and teach at the House of the Arts in Kish.

    In 2001 the French Montalvo/Hervieu Company invited him to participate in creating and touring with the Babelle Heureuse show, which was performed more than two hundred times in France, Europe and Brazil.

    He just recorded his first album of music from Boushehr combined with African musical influences.
    Naghib Shanbehzadeh
    Tombak, Zarbetempo

    Young skilled percussionist, Naghib began playing music in Boushehr and Kish with his
    father at the age of 3 years old. He learnt traditional percussions from the south of Iran
    (Dammâm, Doholgap, Pipè, Kesser, Tempo) and classical ones (Zarb). Since the age of 10,
    he plays concerts with famous musicians as Billy Cobham, Manu Codja or Matthieu
    Donarier.
    Now, he studies occidental percussions at the « Conservatoire de Créteil ».
    Matthieu Donarier: Saxophones (soprano, tenor)

    He shares his time between various groups : Daniel Humair's Baby Boom, Gabor Gado Quartet, Le sacre du Tympan, Caratini Jazz Ensemble, Stephan Oliva quintet, etc.

    Manu Codjia: Electric guitar

    Musical partner of Erick Truffaz, he has also played with Daniel Humair's Baby Boom, Henri Texier, Aldo Romano, Moniomania and has participated in a dozen of other musical projects.

    Joe Quitzke: Drums

    Joe is Swedish and grew up in Andalusia. He traveled extensively before settling in France. For the last three years, he's been associated with all of Francois Jeanneau's projects (trio, quartet, orchestra). He is a member of the Gabor Gado Quartet.

  • Persian Traditional Music

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    Musicians at Isfahan Music Museum

  • Santur & Oud duet – Gol / دونوازی سنتور و بربت

    3:33

    Santur & Oud duet – Gol ( Flower)
    arrangement for Santur by Ardavan Kamkar

    Hossein Taghinejad, Santur / حسین تقی نژاد : سنتور
    Arman Sigarchi, Oud / آرمان سیگارچی : بربت


    Hossein Taghinejad was born in 1981, Rasht Study Accounting, Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
    Music education from the age of seventeen with Santour and with Mr. Hasan Eshghi in Rasht and then advanced and advanced courses with the teachers of Pashang and Ardavan Kamkar.
    He also Music theory has benefited from the professors of Hasan Mir Shafiei and Sohrab Falakgigniz.
    Since 2001, the Iranian song has been continued with Reza Ali Rezaju and then to Maria Maria Beybonggard. Hossein Taghinejad, in 2000, founded the Delangizan music group in Rasht, and until In 2007 he was the director of this group and held several concerts in Rasht, but the spot Turning on his art activities, he has been the founder of the local music group, Takzavan and the director of the group since 2008. Taghinejad has been together with the tasian accordion group and has participated in numerous concerts and festivals at home and abroad, and the Tassian accordion group is now from the groups He is also famous for performing local music in Iran.
    He has also taught music at the Contemporary Music School in Rasht since 2005. Gilaki Concerts since 2009 in Rasht, three periods at the Kish Island Iranian Folk Festival, Gilaki Concert at Niavaran Cultural Center of Tehran 2014, Gilaki Concert Hall of Thought Tohr Concert in Guilan Concert in Gorgan 2014 Concert in Vahdat Hall of Tehran in 1394 and 1395 Concerts: Concert Teknavazi Santour Oldenburg Germany August 2011 Guilty Concert Egyptian House of Art in Paris (France) 2011 Concert in Berlin and Munich, Germany 2016 Participation in the New Years Celebration of Berlin 2016 Composing and making Gilaki songs and working with poets and singers like Gilan such as Mohammad Reza Kheirkhah, Mohammad Bashra, Mohsen Aryapad, Abazar Gholami, Mohammad Taghi Rostami Tareem Gilaki made: Galaghan, Tassian, Khash condition, time of appointment, Golaz, clutch
    Hassan Taqinejad's singing and singing, based on a piece by Mohammad Taqi Rostami, has been officially licensed by the Ministry of Culture and Guidance.


    Arman Sigarchi was born in 1984 in Rasht, Iran. He started to learn music when he was ten years old. His first teacher was his father, a well-known musician in Tehran and north of Iran.Arman studied to play Oud, Setar, Tar and Tombak. For three consecutive years, 2001, 2002 and 2003, Arman won the first prize in Oud solo competition at Fajr Music Festival, which is the most prestigious music festival in Iran. 
    He worked with many Iranian musicians as Mohammad Reza Lotfi, Shahram Nazeri, Hamid Motebassem, Majid Derakhshani, Sima Bina, Salar Aghili, Alireza Ghorbani to name a few, and also played in bands like Sheyda, Chavosh, Dastan, Raz o Niyaz, Mezrab, Pardis and Khorshid. He played in many international festivals such as Du Monde Arabe, The Gaude Mater, The Guitar Festival, The Glatt & Verkehrt, Morgenland. In 2009 he moved to Germany and started to teach music and hold workshops in Cologne, the city of his residence, besides composing and recording music.

    armansigarchi@gmail.com

  • Remembrance of great persian musicians یادبودی برای درگذشتکان دو دهه اخیر موسیقی ایرانی

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    Remembrance .........................................................................یادبود

    Performance: Navid Saeedi ............................ آهنگ و اجرا : نوید سعیدی

    Paris, Mars 2014 .................................................. پاریس، مارس 2014




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    به یاد بزرگانی که با نوایشان جاودانه شدند

    In remembrance of great persian musicians and their immortal art ...

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