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Radif of Seven Dastgahs of Iranian Classical Music by Musa Marufi
The Author, by relying on the Radif of Agha Hosseinghli and Mirza Abdullah and using the writings of Alinaghi Vaziri, compiled and revised the mentioned Radif, which was published in 1342. According to his suggestion, Suleiman Rouhafza, a tar player, performed and recorded the mentioned Radif on the sheet music with a tar in the form of ten CDs, and it was published in 2009 by the Mahoor Institute.
- Book Cover Type: Hardcover
- Language(s): Farsi
- ISBN: 9790802604247
- Persian Title: کتاب ردیف هفت دستگاه موسیقی ایرانی اثر موسی معروفی
Radif of Iranian Classical Music
The Book “Radif of Seven Dastgahs of Iranian Classical Music” is written by Musa Marufi. Musa Maroufi (born 1268 in Tehran – died 7 September 1344 in Tehran) was a musician, string player, teacher and collector of Iranian music. He was the father of the famous Javad. Musa Maroufi was born in 1268 in a religious and music-loving family in Tehran. He was the son of Mohammad Ismail Khan Amin al-Molk and nephew of Mirza Ali Asghar Atabak, Prime Minister Nasser al-Din Shah and Muzaffar al-Din Shah. In addition to his traditional education, he began playing the Setar with Yusuf Sooratgar, a photographer from the Nasserite court. Then he used the presence of the masters of that time, including Darvish Khan. With a lot of perseverance and practice, he reached a level of music that won the “Golden Ax” award from Darvish Khan.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Hardcover|
|Persian Title||کتاب ردیف هفت دستگاه موسیقی ایرانی اثر موسی معروفی|