186 Classical Tasnifs

Based on the Version of Ostad Abdollah Davami
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Based on the Version of
Ostad Abdollah Davami

Vocals: Mohsen Keramati
Kamanche: Parisa Kashefi

(5 CDs)

 Mohsen Keramati was born in 1947 in Tehran. After finishing his high school education, he entered Tehran University and studied art (painting) at the College of Fine Arts. At the same time he attended private classes of the great master of Avaz, Ostad Mohammad-Reza Shajarian and with him began to learn the art of singing seriously.
By 1986 his master advised him to teach vocal radifs of Persian classical music, a task he occasionally follows even now.
The first opportunity for a professional singing performance was granted to him by the great artist, Hossein Alizadeh. Afterwards he has taken part in some concerts held by Alizadeh.
His concert debut was made by the kind contribution of Daryush Talai the renowned musician and radif scholar. Presently he is more engaged in instructing radif, and has sung in sobhgahi (Aubade), Ava-ye Mehr (Songs of Compassion), Raz-e No (New Secret), Panjeh-ye Dashti and finally Deldar (Sweetheart), Vocal Response to the Instrumental Radif of Mirza Abdollah Persian Vocal Radif (Dastgah-e Nava, Dastgah-e Rast-Panjgah - Dastgah-e Shur, Avaz Dashti).

Born in 1980, Parisa Kashefi is a graduate of girls' musical high school. Her major instrument is Tar, its playing she learned from Hushang Zarif, Hossein Alizadeh, and Fariborz Azizi. She also learned to play Kamanche as her second instrument form Saeed Farajpouri.
Besides enjoying the tutelage of Daryush Pirniyakan, she now carries on with her studies at university for MA degree in music. ...

Published [06/08/2006]