Alireza Javaheri, Bahman Rajabi & Ali-Naqi Vaziri | Band Baz

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Band Baz

by Alireza Javaheri, Bahman Rajabi & Ali-Naqi Vaziri

Iranian Traditional Music, Instrumental, Recital, Duo, World
Genre: World: Persian traditional
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1. Bandabaz, Fantasia for Tar & Orchestra in Dastgāh-E Māhur, Santour & Tonbak Duet No. 1
Ali-Naqi Vaziri, Bahman Rajabi & Alireza Javaheri
3:04 $0.75
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2. Bandabaz, Fantasia for Tar & Orchestra in Dastgāh-E Māhur, Santour Solo-One
Ali-Naqi Vaziri, Bahman Rajabi & Alireza Javaheri
1:31 $0.75
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3. Bandabaz, Fantasia for Tar & Orchestra in Dastgāh-E Māhur, Santour Solo-Two
Ali-Naqi Vaziri, Bahman Rajabi & Alireza Javaheri
3:41 $0.75
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4. Bandabaz, Fantasia for Tar & Orchestra in Dastgāh-E Māhur, Santour & Tonbak Duet No. 2
Ali-Naqi Vaziri, Bahman Rajabi & Alireza Javaheri
1:17 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Band Baz, one of the illustrious progressive pieces for “Iranian Tar”, was composed in Dastgāh-e Māhur by Ali-Naqi Vaziri (1887-1979). This short instrumental music had been arranged for the solo Tar and orchestra as a “Fantasia for Tar and Orchestra” by Hossein Dehlavi (1927-2017).
In Iranian traditional music history, the instrumental genre (non-vocal composed music) has not been a part of the listeners’ routine same as Western classical music followers. Indeed, Vaziry was one of the bravest and the most modern musicians who connected the ancient to the Western music in a way understandable to the non-Eastern audience.
Influenced by Western Classical music theory, he controversially divided a scale into twenty-four temperament. However, in a practical way, most of these quarter tones are not playable on Iranian musical instruments even on fretless string instruments like Kamanche; Ali-Naqi Vaziri established the foundation to modernize Iranian Traditional Music and introduce its treasure to the world.

Performers: Bahman Rajabi, Tonbak and Alireza Javaheri, Santur
Publisher in Iran: Chackad-Honar

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