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Avaye Chakad

by Alireza Javaheri

Instrumental, Iranian Classical, Middle-eastern and World music
Genre: World: Middle East Traditional
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1. Overture in Abū ʿaṭā, Reza Shafieian
Alireza Javaheri
3:12 $0.75
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2. Chaharmezrab-E Abū ʿaṭā, Reza Shafieian
Alireza Javaheri
2:09 $0.75
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3. Tar Improvisation in Hejāz
Hooshang Farahan
2:27 $0.75
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4. Charmezrab -E Hejāz, Reza Shafieian
Alireza Javaheri
2:49 $0.75
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5. Santour Improvisation in Abū ʿaṭā
Alireza Javaheri
2:27 $0.75
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6. Reng in Abū ʿaṭā, Reza Shafieian
Alireza Javaheri
1:04 $0.75
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7. Carvavanian Overture in Rāst-Panjgāh, Parviz Meshkatian (Live Performance in Sari, Iran in 2004) [Live]
Alireza Javaheri
5:44 $0.75
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8. Chan Mezrab-E Rāst-Panjgāh, Parviz Meshkatian, (Live Performance in Sari, Iran in 2004) [Live]
Alireza Javaheri
5:39 $0.75
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9. Naqmeh Overture in Čahārgāh,
Alireza Javaheri
2:32 $0.75
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10. Kereshmeh-E Zabol in Čahārgāh
Alireza Javaheri
2:09 $0.75
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11. Untidy Girl in Čahārgāh, Ali-Naqi Vaziri
Alireza Javaheri
4:07 $0.75
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12. Dialogue Between Two Hands, Tombak Solo I., Bahman Rajabi
Bahman Rajabi
2:38 $0.75
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13. Tombak Solo I.I., Bahman Rajabi
Bahman Rajabi
1:42 $0.75
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14. Tombak Solo I.I.I, Bahman Rajabi
Bahman Rajabi
0:31 $0.75
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15. Tombak Duet, Bahman Rajabi
Bahman Rajabi
17:22 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This CD, the first publication of the Chakad-Honar Institute of Arts and Culture, is meant to commend and applaud a half century of ceaseless effort by a certain teacher, Bahman Rajabi a master of percussion (Specifically the Tonbak) in Iran.

It may truly be asserted that Bahman Rajabi has covered a rough and lengthy path in the area of Iranian musical culture, whether by his contemplation and research on social factors and their effects on the art of music, in speech and writing, or by his teachings, all with deep faith and conviction.
Although he commenced his work and made most of his efforts in an age where pure art was to be found only in the hearts and minds of a handful of dedicated fellow travellers, living a life of adversity and lack of material comfort, he lives as he thinks and thinks as he lives. He performed, and he learnt in constant solitude but managed to tune the rhythm of his life with his masterful fingers and hands. Thus there exist today a considerable number of expert artists, students of his school and style. There is a large body of aspiring artists infatuated with his style and method of performing on the Tonbak. Intricacies of performance, innovation in a variety of rhythms, variations in the mode and techniques of Tonbak and the expansion of motifs in multiple variations are some features of Rajabi's style.

The selected pieces on this album are the composition of artists Ali-Naqi Vaziri, Parviz Meshkatian and Reza Shafieian each of them having a significant and persistent role in the music of Iran.
They all were undoubted among the finest and most famous artists of their time and Iran's music is heavily indebted to them.

It is must be mentioned that the included compositions of Reza Shafieian were performed by himself on Santour (Iranian dulcimer) in a duet with Bahman Rajabi many years ago. The other pieces of this collection also have been previously performed by Parviz Meshkatian, the late composer and Santour player, and Hossein Alizadeh, Tar player with Bahman Rajabi accompaniment on Tonbak.
The Chakad-Honar company greatly welcomes the participation of Bahman Rajabi in these new performances and dedicates Avaye Chakad to all artists, art lovers and enlightened spirits.
It is hoped that we are able in this way to add lasting works to the already immensely rich treasure of Iranian musical culture.

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