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Music training book

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.

  • Harmony Composition in Classical Style by Ali-Reza Mashayekhi

    Harmony – Composition in Classical Style by Ali-Reza Mashayekhi

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    The author’s purpose in writing this book was to introduce the classical Vienna harmony to students in the fastest way that is possible.

  • The Qanun Course Book by Malihe Saeeidi Vol 1

    The Qanun Course Book by Malihe Saeedi Vol 1

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    This Book is written by Malihe Saeedi. The author teaches the method of playing Qanun, one of the Iranian instruments. This book also has 2 DVDs.

  • The Tar Intermediate Course Book by Hossein Mehrani

    The Tar Intermediate Course Book by Hossein Mehrani

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    The author in this book teaches the method of playing tar, one of Iranian stringed instruments. This book comes with a CD.

  • 23 Pishdaramads and Rengs by Dariush Talayi

    23 Pishdaramads and Rengs by Dariush Talayi

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    In this book we can read about some great radifs of Master Ali Akbar Shahnazi which contains 23 Pishdaramads and Rengs are edited and had written as notes. The 23rd radif is based on one of the private concerts of Master Ali Akbar Shahnazi.

  • Khoshnavaz Book by Hossein Mehrani

    Khoshnavaz Book by Hossein Mehrani

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    In this work, all the percussions are written in accordance with the style of playing the percussion and the correct sound of this instrument, and the difference between the percussions is not accidental, and their state expresses the exact characteristics of the percussion. Fingers and vocals are all taken into account and written based on the appropriate sound for the instrument. Although some of the percussions in this work have not been performed with the instrument yet, the author has not moved away from the playing style of this instrument and in addition to the newness of the percussion and fingerings and other techniques, the style of playing the instrument has not been damaged and the tradition has not been transferred. Transfer the past to today’s music

  • Aref Tasnifs Book by Arshad Tahmasbi

    Tasnif’s of Aref Book by Arshad Tahmasbi

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    The author writes in the introduction of the book: “The writing of Tasnif’s of Aref in this book has been done in such a way that it is possible to combine a melody with all the verses of the Tasnif’s of poem. The author’s source in writing this book was Divan-e Aref, in which all the poems and different sections of the Tasnif are recorded … There is no doubt that the way a Tasnif is sung and how it is performed is the taste of the composer and not the singer. Therefore, the correct form is that if the differences in the performance of a Tasnif are mentioned, its arranger should be addressed, but because the name of the singer is more reminiscent of the performance, in the text of the description of this book, the readers of the Tasnif are mentioned. . »

  • The Mirza Abdollâh Radif Arranged for Santur by Ahad Behjat

    The Mirza Abdollâh Radif for Santur by Ahad Behjat

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    This book contains more than 15 years of experience and efforts of the late Dr. Ahmad Behjat. The main source in writing and arranging the present Radif is the performance of the late Master Boroumand, and sometimes other sources have been used. The main purpose of writing this book was not to deviate from the original text; However, seldom the sentences have been changed with percussion according to the technique and facilities of the instrument, and some sentences have been removed due to the tuning of the Santur and the impossibility of execution. Difficulty writing and over-decorating, which overshadows the main point, has also been avoided, and attempts have been made to use more of the common Santur mezrab.

  • Az Nur Ta Nava by Paridokht Avar (Banan)

    Az Nur Ta Nava by Paridokht Avar (Banan)

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    This work includes articles, writings and poems about the life and artistic values ​​of Gholam Hossein Banan. In the text of the book, we read: “Banan’s life coincided with a period in which music in Iran gradually emerged from the ranks of professions and took its place in the ranks of the arts … However, the dust of long-standing humiliation had not yet been removed from its face. It was not always clear between the artist and the drummer, and few fathers dreamed of singing for their children. Banan was one of those who raised his value and his art by refusing to gatherings and avoiding accepting wages from people. Banan was so in control of his song and his sang was so calmly, confidently, and seemingly effortlessly that when he started, man never bothered to go anywhere or just make it possible and break his voice or get out of balance. “It was safe and complete to listen to his song and enjoy the waves.”

  • Qamar ol-moluk vaziri by Mahdi Nourmohammadi

    Qamar-ol-moluk Vaziri by Mahdi Nourmohammadi

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    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.

  • An Anthology From Rokneddin Khan by Arshad Tahmasbi

    A Collection of Darvish Khan’s Works by Arshad Tahmasbi

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    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.

  • Zarb Ava Book Written by Hamid Qanbari

    Zarb Ava Book by Hamid Ghanbari

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    As the name implies, the book is an educational for reading Tasnifs and for getting acquainted with how to play rhythms and finally practicing reading and playing at the same time; That is, the same art that has long been forgotten.

  • Tarane Book Written by Simin Aqarazi

    Tarane; Forty-piece for Qanun Instrument by Simin Aqarazi

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    The Tarane Book contains Forty-piece for Qanun Instrument composed by Simin Agharzi, which she improvised in the classroom and taught to her students.

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