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Mohammad Réza Shadjarian - Volume II - Dashti (Concert À La Salle Roudaki - 1979) album flac


Performer: Mohammad Réza Shadjarian
Genre: Folk music
Title: Volume II - Dashti (Concert À La Salle Roudaki - 1979)
Released: 1996
Style: Persian Classical
FLAC version ZIP size: 1838 mb
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Mohammad Reza Shajarian. Volume II - Dashti (Concert À La Salle Roudaki - 1979). Originally released on Al Sur. Follow this album. We don't have any listings for Volume II - Dashti (Concert À La Salle Roudaki - 1979) at the moment. Already own a copy? Find your release format and list in seconds: Sell Your Copy.

Goblet Drum – Mohammad Esmâili. Kemenche – Rahmatollâh Badii. Liner Notes – Sorour Kasmaï. Liner Notes – Katherine Krieger. Oud – Hassan Manoutchéhri. Producer – Michel Pagiras. Rabab – Mohammad Delnavâzi. Recorded By, Art Direction – . Recorded in Iran at the "Salle Roudaki", 1979.

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Mohammad-Rezā Shajariān (Persian: محمدرضا شجريان) (born September 23, 1940 in Mash'had, Iran) is a legendary and critically acclaimed Persian traditional singer, composer and Ostad (master) of Persian music. He has been called "Iran's greatest living master of Persian Classical music". In Persian classical Dastgah music, singing is the most difficult art to master and Shajarian is the embodiment of the perfect singer and a major source of inspiration.

Mayeh-ye Dashti & Mayeh-ye Isfahan: Iranian Classical Music. 12 tracks of Persian traditional music from two great masters of Iran - Shajarian is on vocals & Lotfi is on tar at the German Cultural Center in Tehran, 1981. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Pish-Darâmad
Composed By – Farâmarz Pâyvar*
7:03
2 Chant
Lyrics By [Poème] – Sâyeh*
11:19
3 Tasnif (De Aref Ghazvini)
Written-By – Aref Ghazvini*
11:11
4 Chant 11:32
5 Deylamân - Quatrains
Lyrics By [Poème] – Sâyeh*
7:55
6 Tasnif (De Aref Ghazvini)
Written-By – Aref Ghazvini*
9:45

Credits

  • Design – CéBO
  • Ensemble – Ensemble Pâyvar
  • Goblet Drum [Tombak] – Mohammad Esmâili*
  • Kemenche – Rahmatollâh Badii*
  • Liner Notes – Sorour Kasmaï
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – Katherine Krieger
  • Ney – Hassan Nâhid*
  • Oud [Barbat] – Hassan Manoutchéhri
  • Producer – Michel Pagiras
  • Rabab [Robâb] – Mohammad Delnavâzi*
  • Recorded By, Art Direction – M.R. Shadjarian*
  • Santoor, Leader [Ensemble] – Farâmarz Pâyvar*
  • Tar (Drum) – Houshang Zarif*
  • Violin [Ghajak] – Parvin Sâleh, Hossein Farhâd Pour*
  • Vocals – Mohammad Réza Shadjarian*

Notes

Recorded in Iran at the "Salle Roudaki", 1979.
℗&© 1996 "al sur" média 7 sa

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