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Qamar-ol-moluk Vaziri by Mahdi Nourmohammadi
The present book is divided into two parts: the first part which is news, contain any news related to Qamar al-Muluk Vaziri, including: announcing concerts and selling gramophone records, Qamar’s memoirs and writings, her programs on the radio, memoirs and writings of others about her and News of Qamar’s illness, death, and burial has been collected from newspapers, magazines from first and second Pahlavi eras, some of which are rare or scarce. The second part is dedicated to documents that have all been extracted and read from the archives of documents of the National Archives and Library of Iran. This book, by presenting the new and unpublished points and information, causes more knowledge about Qamar-ol-Moluk Vaziri and her life and works and opens a new window for researchers and enthusiasts of this cultural, artistic and social figure of the first and second Pahlavi era.
Qamar-ol-Moluk Vaziri ( 1905 – 5 August 1959), commonly known as “Qamar” , was a celebrated Iranian singer, who was also the first woman of her time to sing in public in Iran without wearing a veil. She is known as “the Queen of Persian music”.Singing with the vocal range of a mezzo-soprano, she was revered for her mastery of the repertoire of Persian vocal music (radif-e âvâz), especially her sensitive rendition of tasnif and tarâna.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Papercover|
|Persian Title||کتاب اخبار و اسناد قمر الملوک وزیری اثر مهدی نورمحمدی|