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A Collection of Darvish Khan’s Works by Arshad Tahmasbi
Notation of Darvish Khan’s Works by Arshad Tahmasebi, using the manuscripts of Musa Maroufi. Tahmasebi writes in the introduction: “A look at the sources mentioned in the list of Mukhtari’s works shows that there is very little effort on my part, and what is important is the effort to praise of Master Musa Maroufi.” In this collection, some of the works have been translated from the performances of Bahari, Payvar, Lotfi, Boroumand and Mokhtari. This collection has been recorded and performed separately in the form of a CD by Arshad Tahmasebi.
Arshad Tahmasebi was born on January 19, 1983 in Aligudarz. He spent his childhood and education in Sanandaj, Hamedan and Tehran. He learned the basics of music from Mohammad Reza Lotfi and attended classes by Lotfi and Houshang Zarif at the Center for the Preservation and Dissemination of Iranian Music. He entered the Faculty of Music of the University of Tehran in 1979, but was forced to leave the university a year later due to the Cultural Revolution. Parviz Meshkatian cooperated. In 1981, Tahmasebi established tar and sethar training classes.
Today’s official Iranian music, especially in the field of education, relies on a factory with several distinct topics. The most important of them for any student pursuing music is learning the instrumental range in both branching and vocal. The main text of these rows are non-metric corners.Subsequent topics include metric formats of Iranian music, which are also required for music students to know and learn. These, regardless of their priority in the educational process, are prefaces, beats, quatrains, compositions, and colors made by renowned composers of the Qajar period and a decade or two later. In the meantime, “Pishradamad” is newer than other metric forms of music and its invention has been attributed to Gholam Hossein Darvish, nicknamed Darvish Khan (1251-1305); However, there is evidence to suggest that songs with the title “Prelude” were common before him, although rarely.Another composer who, at the same time as Darvish Khan, made a serious effort to make a profit, was Rokn al-Din Mokhtari. The forerunners of this collection are the works of composers who should be considered the second generation of forerunners such as Ruhollah Khaleghi, Reza Mahjoubi, Yousef Foroutan, Ebrahim Mansouri, Musa Marufi, Alinaghi Vaziri, Ali Akbar Shahnazi, Hossein Hong Afarin, Morteza Neydavood and … By playing these preludes, music students, in addition to learning the secrets of how to compose and compose in this form, can follow how and how much the evolution and change in the process of making this form compared to the songs composed by Darvishkhan and Mokhtari. The notation of this book is for all instruments and it avoids special markings of one instrument.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Persian Title||کتاب مجموعه ای از آثار رکن الدین خان اثر ارشد تهماسبی|