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مشاهدة جميع الاصدارات : A long overdue promise : Mohammad Reza Shadjarian



أبو علاء
22-03-2006, 21:00
I promised to AmbroseBierce to upload this seires of three CDs introducing some of the most importan modes of Persian classical music with Parviz Meshkatian as composer, ensemble director and santour player and M. R. Shadjarian as singer.

Volume 1: Bidâd/Homâyun
First part : Bidâd in the Homâyun Dastgah (Tracks 1-5)
Vocal: Mohammad Reza Shadjarian
Composer, Group leader and santour player: Parviz Meshakatian
Tar: Mohammad Reza Lotfi
Tar: Zaydullah Tolouï
Tombak: Nasser Farhangfar
Ney: Djamshid Andalibi
Kamântcheh: Ardeshir Kamkar
Barbat: Arsalan Kamkar
Bamtar: Farrokh Mazhari

أبو علاء
22-03-2006, 21:15
Second part: Homâyun (Tracks 6-12)
Vocal: Mohammad Reza Shadjarian
Tar: Gholam Hossayn Biktcheh khâni
Tombak: Djamshid Mohebbi
Private recording made by M. R. Shadjarian in December 1984

أبو علاء
22-03-2006, 21:33
And here are the remaining tracks:

AmbroseBierce
22-03-2006, 21:53
Thank you so much - that's great music indeed. The list of musicians is a veritable Who's Who in Iranian classical music: Parviz Meshkatian has been mentioned here already as santur player and composer of the first rank. Mohammad Reza Lotfi again is more than a Tar virtuoso (which he is): he excels on the setar and is a great composer also. I saw him and a Tombak player who'se name I forgot accompanying Shajarian in Cologne many years ago, and it was a fantastic concert. I'll upload some samples of his music in a while. Ardeshir and Arsalan Kamkar are members of the famous Kamkar family, who have formed the finest of Kurdish ensembles, simply called "The Kamkars". Again, I'll feature them here soon. Nasser Farhangfar & Djamshid Andalibi are highly sought after musicians in classical Persian music. So it is only Zaydullah Tolouï and Farrokh Mazhari who are unknown to me, and I must admit I have no idea even what a "Bamtar" is. I'll have to inquire into that.

Anyway, it seems you have returned to Rome? Welcome home.

أبو علاء
22-03-2006, 22:25
Thanks, Paul. I'm back in Rome indeed. Bamtar is Bass tar according to what is written on the CD. It's a pity that I can't scan the whole booklet.

AmbroseBierce
22-03-2006, 23:09
A bass tar? I never heard about that - didn't know the tar comes in different sizes. Although some time back I found photographs of a double-necked tar, strange sight it was.

أبو علاء
23-03-2006, 12:41
And here are the tracks of Volume 2: Dashti
Vocal: Mohammad Reza Shadjarian; Payvâr Ensemble.
Ensemble Director, santour player: Faramârz Payvâr
Târ: Houshang Zarif
Kamântcheh: Rhamtoullâh Badii
Ney: Hassan Nâhid
Tombak: Mohammad Ismâïli
Ghajak: Hossein Farhâd Pour
Ghajak: Parvin Sâleh
Ghajak: Parvin shakâlvar
Barbat: Hassan Manouchéhri
Robâb: Mohammad Dehanavâzi
Roudaki Hall Concert, 1979

أبو علاء
23-03-2006, 15:21
The remaining tracks:

أبو علاء
26-03-2006, 12:34
And here's the last of the three: Mahur
With Mohammad Moussavi: Ney and Parviz Meshkatian: Setar. Private recording in Tehran (no date given).

AmbroseBierce
26-03-2006, 22:34
Thanks for giving us these wonderful albums. I have Vol.2 and 3 already, so I am particularly thankful for the Vol.1. I'd like to add that all three CDs were published by Al Sur - this wonderful label unfortunately closed some time back.

أبو علاء
26-03-2006, 22:56
My pleasure, Paul.

liuto_barocco
28-04-2006, 00:20
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liuto_barocco
28-04-2006, 00:21
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AmbroseBierce
28-04-2006, 00:47
hey brother post Vol. 3 please! ;)

If you look more carefully you find it in this very thread.

ckranich
11-11-2009, 20:40
Hello All,

As I am currently following the path of the Dasthi Dastgah through this forum - I want
to express my thank you to all who uploaded all that wonderful music!!

I will try to share other information soon - to give something back in return!


Christian

Lamia
08-01-2014, 01:21
So graceful, thank you for sharing.




I promised to AmbroseBierce to upload this seires of three CDs introducing some of the most importan modes of Persian classical music with Parviz Meshkatian as composer, ensemble director and santour player and M. R. Shadjarian as singer.

Volume 1: Bidâd/Homâyun
First part : Bidâd in the Homâyun Dastgah (Tracks 1-5)
Vocal: Mohammad Reza Shadjarian
Composer, Group leader and santour player: Parviz Meshakatian
Tar: Mohammad Reza Lotfi
Tar: Zaydullah Tolouï
Tombak: Nasser Farhangfar
Ney: Djamshid Andalibi
Kamântcheh: Ardeshir Kamkar
Barbat: Arsalan Kamkar
Bamtar: Farrokh Mazhari