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Remembrance ,63 Pieces for Qânun (Book 1&2)


Including 2 CDs, 

About this book, we read by Parichehr Khajeh: "Since the beginning of my study of music and artistic activities, I have always and to a great extent tried to improve the capabilities and position of the Qanun in Iranian instrumental music. The following collection is the result of several years of effort. The selected parts of this book, especially their arrangement and editing, are very much in line with the Kanun in terms of training and technique. "I hope that the students and musicians of this instrument while getting acquainted with the content of the valuable works of instrumental music masters, will increase their abilities and the quality of their playing by accurately performing these pieces. It should be noted that most of the selected pieces in this collection are composed by great and influential composers in the field of music in this land, in addition, most of these works are in the repertoire of instrumental music and have not been heard with the instrument of Qanun. In addition, these pieces are very important in terms of the variety of tunes and the wide variety of reversals, and have a significant impact on students' ability to play, especially to strengthen their left hand. Also, plain training parts, Samani. "Camel Bell" (Zangeh Shotor) is one of the works of Master Abolhassan Saba, arranged, written, and performed with two approaches to different strokes and speeds."  

Tarâne, Forty Pieces for Qânun


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The book contains forty pieces composed by Simin Agharzi, which he improvised in the classroom and taught to his students. This book, like the first book (Golnoosh), has been compiled, arranged, and performed by Ms. Parichehr Khajeh. Parichehr Khajeh, while enjoying the teachings of Professor Simin Agharzi, has benefited from the teachings of professors such as Hossein Dehlavi, Mohammad Ismaili, Farhad Fakhreddini, Houshang Zarif, Houshang Kamkar, Kambiz Roshanrouvan, Hossein Alizadeh, Ahmad Pejman. At the same time, Master Simin Agharzi, using the teachings of Mahmoud Zolfanoun, learned the violin completely from Master Abolhassan Saba. He learned piano from Javad Maroufi, Qanun from Master Mehdi Moftah, singing from Master Gholam Hossein Banan, and tombak from Master Hossein Tehrani. In addition to the instruments mentioned, he was also fully acquainted with playing the Robab, Barbat, Qeychak, and Kamancheh. It should be noted that in this book, he composed the pieces "Bidad", "Karvan" and "Vesal" in memory of Morteza Ney Davud, Abolhassan Saba and Mehdi Moftah.