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At the age of twelve, he began studying the traditional classical repertoire known as the Radif. In , he toured the world with the Ava Ensemble , composed of his son Homayoun tombak and vocals , Hossein Behroozinia barbat , Majid Derakhshani tar , Hossain Rezaeenia daf , and Saeed Farajpouri kamanche. Lyrics of his song “Language of Fire,” issued in September , — “Lay down your gun, Come, sit down, talk, hear. May be that’s why he chose the stage name “Siavash Bidakani” in his early career as a singer, which didn’t last long and soon he used his real name again. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mohammad-Reza Shajarian. At every Ramadan for more than 30 years, millions of Iranians have turned on the TV or the radio to listen to one particular prayer in the few moments just before Iftar, the evening meal when observers break their fast.
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Shajarian’s supporters believe that his enormous popularity among Iranians has given him a certain immunity from state reprisals.
Archived from the original on It is called Rabana Our Lorda breathtaking performance by Mohammad-Reza ShajarianIran’s most celebrated singer and grand maestro, who has selected sections of four different Arabic verses of the Qur’an, each beginning with the phrase “Our Lord” and sung it as one combined prayer, based on traditional Persian melodies. Shajarian studied singing at the early age of five under the supervision of his father by recitation of the Quran.
Views Read Edit View history. He started playing the santour under the instruction of Djalal Akhbari in order to better understand and perform the traditional repertoire.
Many religious Iranians regard it as the perfect way to express thanks to God and to ask for his mercy and forgiveness at the end of their day-long religious duty. Inhe toured the world with the Ava Ensemblecomposed of his son Homayoun tombak and vocalsHossein Behroozinia barbatMajid Derakhshani tarHossain Rezaeenia dafand Saeed Farajpouri kamanche. Lyrics of his song “Language of Fire,” issued in September— “Lay down your gun, Come, sit down, talk, hear. When giving a lecture at California State University, Sacramento on March 2,he was asked what the lyrics of this song meant.
He has cited legendary Iranian tar rabanq Jalil Shahnaz as highly influential to his development, indicating that he has often tried to mimic Shahnaz’s playing style in his singing. When Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad referred to the protesters as “dust and trash”, Shajarian told a BBC BBC Persian channel telephone interviewer that he Shajarian considered himself the voice of dust and trash: Shajarian has not always been in music groups, but he currently does arbana vocals for the Masters of Persian Music with his son Homayoun Shajarianas well ravana two other ostadsKayhan Kalhor and Hossein Alizadeh.
Shajarian has indicated support for Iranians protesting against the 12 June Iranian presidential election results. Shajarian has led the invention of many new Iranian classical music rabbana, many of which were showcased in his concert tour with the Shahnaz Ensemble.
Iran listens for Mohammad-Reza Shajarian, the lost voice of Ramadan
For his son, see Homayoun Shajarian. For thousands of non-believers, too, Rabana is compulsory listening as Ramadan is as much an opportunity for big family gatherings as it is a religious festival. He mentioned that his famous song “Iran, Ey Saraye Omid” Iran, shajafian land of Hopehas no relation with the current situation of his country.
On December 26,the ancient city of Bam in south Iran – which is on the UNESCO list of world heritage s on the account of its unique mud-brick architecture – was hit with a devastating earthquake ; it severed and killed tens of thousands and ruined the city. Retrieved from ” https: Shajarian started his singing career in at Radio Khorasan, rising to prominence in the s with his distinct style of singing.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mohammad-Reza Shajarian. Shajarian started his singing career in at Radio Khorasanrising to prominence in the s with his distinct style of singing.
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This page was last edited on 26 Septemberat Apart from the concert, he initiated a project to help the people after the earthquake. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. At every Ramadan for more than 30 years, millions of Iranians have turned on the TV or the radio to listen to one particular prayer in the few moments just before Iftar, the evening meal when observers break their fast. In fact, the IRIB stopped airing the prayer three years ago when Shajarian made clear he was siding with the opposition Green Movement and gave an interview to BBC Persian criticising the Islamic republic for its crackdown on music and dissent.
He is recognised as skilled singer in the challenging traditional Dastgah style. May be that’s why he chose the stage name “Siavash Bidakani” in his early career as a singer, which didn’t last long and soon he used his real name again. Shajarian was born in MashhadIranand started singing at the age of five, under the supervision of his father. In MarchShajarian revealed that he has had kidney cancer for the past fifteen years. Abdollah Davami also passed on to Shajarian his own interpretation of the Radif.