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Tara Tiba | A Persian Dream

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A Persian Dream

by Tara Tiba

Praised as one of Iran's most unique new voices, Tara Tiba has an extraordinary vocal technique and a mesmerising voice.The Album Features both Persian and Jazz musicians.
Genre: World: Persian traditional
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shah-E-Man Mah-E-Man (My King My Moon)
5:08 $1.60
2. Lamma Bada (Abrisham)
5:29 $1.60
3. Paeez (Autumn Leaves)
4:27 $1.60
4. Lalaie (A Persian Dream)
5:16 $1.60
5. Segodar
5:25 $1.60
6. Sar Oomad Zemestoon (Winter Is Over)
5:05 $1.60
7. Mosem-E Gol (Season of Flowers)
4:52 $1.60
8. Gardanieh
1:42 $1.60
9. Navaie
6:24 $1.60
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The CD features improvisations of classical Persian poetry by Rumi and Hafez, new arrangements of traditional tunes and incorporates jazz with a Persian twist. Tara is accompanied by a talented group of Persian classical and jazz musicians:
Reza Mirzaei(Saz/Guitar), Laura Corney(Saxophone), Kate Pass(Double Bass), Saeed Danesh(Daf/Tonbak), Talya Valenti (Drums).

Praised as one of Iran's most unique new voices by the country's leading ethnomusicologist, Mohammad Reza Darvishi, Tara mesmerises her audience with a soulful voice and an extraordinary vocal technique.

Born in Tehran, Iran in 1984, shortly after female singers were prohibited from performing in public, Tara Tiba began her musical journey at age nine studying Western classical piano. At sixteen she developed an interest in Persian music, embarking on seven years of vocal training in the classical Persian 'Radif' system, under one of the country’s most prominent singers, Hengameh Akhavan. This age-old oral transmission from master to pupil accesses the deep cultural tradition of Iran's classical music, inspiring Tara’s ongoing musical journey up to the present day.

Moving to Perth in 2012, Tara undertook a jazz course at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and in the following year formed her own band featuring both Persian classical and jazz musicians. Through collaboration, Tara extends the applications of Persian improvisational tradition into wider musical fields, in search of broader communication with an international audience.



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