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At ShopiPersia we offer a list of meaningful and educational books about Persian Instruments, Handicrafts and all other topics for those interested in learning Iranian arts.

  • Preliminary Course for Oud by Najmeh Saghir

    Preliminary Course for Oud by Najmeh Saghir

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    Preliminary Course for Oud by Najmeh Saghir is dedicated to teaching the first position of recurrence and the first, second, third and fourth fingers are used well.

  • The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Santoor

    The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Santoor

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    Radif Mirza Abdullah is one of the main sources of teaching Radif in Iranian music. This Radif was originally formed according to the structure and techniques of playing the setar, but with its axis by Noor Ali Boroumand, it was also used for other instrumental instruments.

  • The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Tar Vol 2

    The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Tar Vol 2

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    This book has two parts: In the first part, the author’s theories in different fields of principles and analysis are discussed. The second part includes notation and analysis of Radif.

  • The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Tar Vol 1

    The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Tar Vol 1

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    This book has two parts: In the first part, the author’s theories in different fields of principles and analysis are discussed. The second part includes notation and analysis of Radif.

  • Mirza Abdollah Radif of For Qanun Instrument

    Mirza Abdollah Radif of For Qanun Instrument

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    This collection is a rewrite of the audio works of Radif teaching according to Noor Ali Boroumand, which was originally compiled for the tar instrument, and this instrument is in comparison with the Qanun instrument in terms of facilities and performance techniques, Mezrab and playing Mezrab methods, etc … is different.

  • The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Qanun

    The Radif of Mirza Abdollah For Qanun

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    Each instrument has a specific color, and the colors are usually played at the end of a device or song. The color is basically made in each instrument or song, in the important corners of the same instrument or song. To adjust and execute the color on Qanun Instrument, the techniques and facilities of the Qanun have been used as much as possible …..

  • Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 4

    Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 4

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    In this book, different and varied exercises and materials are provided to increase the level of understanding and the level of students’ mastery of performing rhythms. In addition to daf students, musicians from other instruments can use this ensemble to improve their understanding of rhythm.

  • Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 3

    Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 3

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    In this book, different and varied exercises and materials are provided to increase the level of understanding and the level of students’ mastery of performing rhythms. In addition to daf students, musicians from other instruments can use this ensemble to improve their understanding of rhythm.

  • Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 2

    Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 2

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    In this book, different and varied exercises and materials are provided to increase the level of understanding and the level of students’ mastery of performing rhythms. In addition to daf students, musicians from other instruments can use this ensemble to improve their understanding of rhythm.

  • Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 1

    Teaching Rhythm & Daf by Masoud Habibi Vol 1

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    In this book, different and varied exercises and materials are provided to increase the level of understanding and the level of students’ mastery of performing rhythms. In addition to daf students, musicians from other instruments can use this ensemble to improve their understanding of rhythm.

  • Forty One Exercises for Santoor by Hossein Pirnia

    Forty One Exercises for Santoor by Hossein Pirnia

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    Forty One Exercises for Santoor is Coordinated with the radif of Master Faramarz Payvara and is a response to the needs of students who want to deal with Iranian music more seriously and intelligently.

  • Intermediate Santur Course by Mina Oftade

    Intermediate Santur Course by Mina Oftade

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    This book is an excerpt from the Iranian music series that in 1342, Master Musa Maroufi took and collected and recorded the narrations of great masters such as Mirza Abdullah, Aghahsingholi, Darvishkhan and Alinaghi Vaziri.

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