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... the compositions that are the halt and stages of a musical journey on the footsteps of ‘Abd ul-Qâdir ‘ibn Ghaybi Marâghî (1360? - 1435): he was a musician, a composer and a musicologist who lived along ...
2. Featured Biography > Ostad Abolhasan Saba
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... Rhythms” (Ritmhaye Lang) to say patterns like 5/8 and 7/8, widely common in folkloric and regional musical forms. Saba could easily be given the surname of father of the Iranian Violin. It should be ...
... of Iranian music in the pre-dastgah system. However, the definition of musical categories, the intervals of Maqam-s and their cycles,  the tunning systems, the instrumentation and organological classification, ...
... the compositions that are the halt and stages of a musical journey on the footsteps of ‘Abd ul-Qâdir ‘ibn Ghaybi Marâghî (1360? - 1435): he was a musician, a composer and a musicologist who lived along ...
5. Video > Simorq project by Hamid Motebassem
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... He paints these scenes masterfully, giving the stories vibrant, tangible expression for his readers. The difficulty of using musical narration to portray Ferdowsi’s epic stories lies herein. Music as ...
Although music is an international language, every culture has its own musical dialect. Musical communication, like oral communication, evolves depending on the historical and social necessities of each ...
7. Featured Biography > Ostad Abolhasan Saba
(BIOGRAPHIES/Biographies)
... Rhythms” (Ritmhaye Lang) to say patterns like 5/8 and 7/8, widely common in folkloric and regional musical forms. Saba could easily be given the surname of father of the Iranian Violin. It should be ...
8. BOOK - CD
(BOOK - CD/Reference Material)
... of California, Los Angeles, 1965 The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music By Hormoz Farhat, Cambridge University Press, 1990 The Persian Doctrine of Dastgah Composition : A Phenomenology Study in Musical ...
9. About Setar & Persian Classical Music
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... persecuted. Moshtaq Ali Shah used to play at private musical evenings in restricted, often Sufi gatherings. This great mystic called his instrument "tchoub-e-sagzani" - a stick to beat dogs - ...
10. What is Radif?
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... (who pursued art as a family vocation) had to immigrate to domains where the rulers were non-Muslim or less fundamentalist in their attitude towards music. For example, the famous Zalzal musical family ...