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Pearl Bears Music Album by Jalal Zolfonun
Listening to original and traditional Iranian songs can fascinate the heart of any listener. This Music Album is Sung by Jalal Zolfonun.
Jalal Zolfonun was an Iranian musician, setaar player, and a prominent composer and teacher of Persian music. He has also collaborated with Maurice Béjart in the mix of Iranian music and European Ballet dance. Between 1975 and 1980, he collaborated with Jean During on his acquaintance with Iranian music. Jalal Zolfonoun performed concerts in 1994 to present Iranian music to the majority of the world at the UN. Jalal Zolfonun was born in Abadeh, Fars, Iran, and received his earliest musical training from his father, Habib Zoufonoun, and his older brother, Mahmoud Zoufonoun on the tar. At the age of 13, Zolfonun enrolled the National School for Iranian Music to study musical theory, composition and technique under Ruhollah Khaleghi and Musa Khan Maroufi. While he immediately fell in love with setar, the instrument was not taken seriously in those times. He instead decided to study the tar, while also learning the violin from his brother Mahmoud Zoufonoun. In 1967, Zolfonun was accepted into the faculty of the fine arts department of Tehran University, where he further studied the setar with Master Noor Ali Boroumand and Dariush Safvat.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Number of CD/DVD||1|
|Persian Title||آلبوم موسیقی دانه های مروارید اثر جلال ذوالفنون|