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Alireza Mashayekhi: Darya, Persian Suite

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Compositions that are inspired by Persian music forming a major chapter of Mashayekhi’s music.
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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1. Persian Suite for String Orchestra, Op. 137 "Darya": I.
Vladimir Sirenko & National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
3:26 $0.99
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2. Persian Suite for String Orchestra, Op. 137 "Darya": II.
Vladimir Sirenko & National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
2:45 $0.99
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3. Persian Suite for String Orchestra, Op. 137 "Darya": III.
Vladimir Sirenko & National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
4:59 $0.99
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4. Persian Suite for String Orchestra, Op. 137 "Darya": IV.
Vladimir Sirenko & National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
3:15 $0.99
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5. Delta for Oboe and Strings. Op. 95
Manutchehr Sahbai, Tonkünstlerorchester Vorarlberg & Heidrun Pflüger
12:31 $0.99
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6. Concerto No. 3 for Violoncello and Percussion., Op. 219
Mehrdad Teymoori, New Music Percussion Ensemble & Sanam Gharacheh
16:51 $0.99
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7. Meta - X No. 5, For Piano and Flute Recorder Orchestra, Op. 198
Mehrdad Teymoori, Pars Flute Recorder Orchestra & Parisa Golshan
11:56 $0.99
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“DARYA” PERSIAN SUITE for String Orchestra, Op.137 (1998)
National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine conducted by Vladimir Sirenko
In Memory of Darya Lin-Mashayekhi, September 13, 1969 - September 11, 2001
Compositions that are inspired by Persian music forming a major chapter of Mashayekhi’s music.
He has many different approaches toward Persian music.
In this composition the composer uses his “Complementary Theory” to construct Persian polyphony into four movements.
While the first and third movements are meditative in character with a slow tempo, the second and fourth movements are fast and wild in character.

DELTA for Oboe and Strings. Op. 95 (1984 – 85)
Tonkünstlerorchester Vorarlberg conducted by Manutchehr Sahbai
Oboe: Heidrun Pflüger
Among Mashayekhi´s compositions DELTA is an unusually quiet piece.  A friend has suggested and Golsabahi, a writer on Mashayeki´s works, concurs that the graphic of DELTA’s score is reminiscent of the Greek letter DELTA.
DELTA belongs to the second compositional period of Mashayekhi, called “Relative Music”, where different dimensions become dominant elements in shaping the musical form. This composition consists of Gestalts that develop to their climaxes and return to a musical thoughts. The repetition of this process leads to greater tension and finally the composition comes to an unexpected end.

CONCERTO No. 3 for Violoncello and Percussion., Op. 219 (2012)
New Music Percussion Ensemble conducted by Mehrdad Teymoori
Violincello: Sanam Gharacheh
Mashaykehi’s second Cello Concerto was composed shortly after his second Violin Concerto op. 212.
The Cello Concerto No. 3 is composed in one movement and is a “Meta – X” work, meaning it is formed by using thematic, athematic as well as Persian and non-Persian elements.  Mashayekhi´s repertoire for violoncelllo consists of numerous compositions including three Cello Concertos, five Sonatas for Cello and Piano, “Variant”, “Letters” and “Tonalian” for Cello and Tape, and “Sinfonietta” for Cello and Orchestra. 

META – X No. 5, for Piano and Flute recorder Orchestra. Op. 198 (2008)
Pars Flute Recorder Orchestra conducted by Mehrdad Teymoori
Piano: Parisa Golshan
A large part of Mashayekhi’s compositions is devoted to multicultural compositions, among them six works titled “Meta – X”.
Meta – X compositions have a transive direction where modal and atonal gestalts intertwine and give the listener an experience of a new sense of music.

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