He resided in Tehran city for practically his whole life, and was born and died there. Unfortunately he lost his father soon thereafter, but continued his education with his sisters, especially Moloud Khanom. In his youth he took violin lessons for two years under Hossein Yahaghi and for many years was under the tutelage of Abol-Hassan Saba for the violin as well.
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Seyed Javad Zabihi, Madh-e-Ali 1.
Seyed Javad Zabihi
Hassan Kassai was a musician and player of Persian classical music. Monajat va Doaa Vol 3 - Persian Music.
He died in and is buried in Emamzadeh Taher Cemetery in Karaj. In his youth he took zaihi lessons for two years under Hossein Yahaghi and for many years was under the tutelage of Abol-Hassan Saba for the violin as well. Az Tou Ay Doost. He was a piano soloist for the Golha radio programme.
He became one of the best setar players of all time. After foundation of Tehran Radio Station, he was invited to be one of the top artists in this organization.
Seyed Javad Zabihi, Madh-e-Ali 2. Jalil Shahnaz was one of the greatest maestros of Persian classical music and a virtuoso of the tar.
Account Options Sign in. He resided in Tehran city for practically his whole life, and was born and died there. Adib Khansari was javav Iranian musician. He was born in Tehran, where his father was active as a painter in the style of Kamal-ol-Molk. He was musically educated primarily by his uncle Hossein Yahaghi, a violinist and violin teacher, from whom Parviz adopted the Yahaghi name. Ebadi had a unique style in playing the setar.
During his staying zablhi Tehran, he studied the piano from Morteza Mahjoubi.
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In later years, he conducted two orchestras, for which he wrote numerous compositions. He composed more than songs and discovered and produced for many Persian performers such as Delkash and Hayedeh.
When he was 18, zabbihi moved to Isfahan, famous for gathering of Iranian musicians in the s. He also traveled to Bakhtiari provinces to have some research in the style of Lori Music in Iran. He also invented a variety of different tunings for setar. During his youth Parviz was exposed to many highly professional musicians javar Tehran who were friends of his uncle.
Inhe was a student of Nayeb Asadollah. Unfortunately he lost his father soon thereafter, but continued his education with his sisters, especially Moloud Khanom.
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Ahmad's paternal grandfather, Ali Akbar Farahani, was also a talented musician. Parviz Yahaghi was a distinguished Iranian composer and violinist. In the s and s at the radio station he composed zabhi of pieces both for violin and for celebrated singers in Iran such as Banan, Marzieh, Delkash, Pouran, Elahe, Homeyra, Mahasti, Dariush Rafei, Homayoonpour, and Iraj. The community of Barbad was established by close co-operation of Adib Khansari and Esmaeil Mehrtash, as a place for theatre and music.
Saba published a two-volume training manual for the violin in Morteza Javaad was an Iranian pianist and composer. At the age of seven, he was able to play tombak to accompany his father.
His birth name was Parviz Sedighi Parsi. A notable visitor at his uncle's house was the violin teacher, composer, and musicologist Abolhasan Saba, who is credited with making improvements in violin playing technique in the Persian tradition.