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07-04-2011 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
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Gdansk, Poland
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Ghorbani&Hamdani singing Khayyam
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I've recently discovered this masterpiece (apologies for experts for my ignorance),
which might be of interest to somebody:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azGh07lBAIg&feature=related

I have no fucking idea on the lyrics (I speak no Arabic nor Persian),
apart from the fact that it's the poetry of Omar Khayyam, but, heck! they have created
a strong vortex in the torsion field or whatever! There is a CD from this concert,
which I've just ordered it from here (no idea on the quality though):

http://www.accords-croises.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=217&language=en



Cheers,
Jarek
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Amir
Iran
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Joined on 02-11-2009

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Khayyam
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Thanks
good news to me that you know our music.
khayyam poetry do not need to describe by me , i just know his ideas after over 600 years are now live.
you may find his poetry translated in english.
khayyam says:
when the end is death , just be happy



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Gdansk, Poland
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Let's get drunk!
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Amir, I hopped you'd pop up to at least identify the Rubaiyats they sing,
but you've done it too late--I've just got the mentioned CD with all the descriptions
and a beautifully illustrated book of English translation of Rubaiyat's Smile 
So let's get drunk!

Amir, my knowledge of Persian music is zero. Apparently the guy behind the
composition - Ali Ghamzari is quite young. How does his composition
fit into Persian musical tradition? Is this music belongs to some (orthodox?)
traditional cannon or is more modern? Since one of the singers is Arab, are there
Arab influences in it?



Cheers,
Jarek
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Amir
Iran
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Music
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my english is so bad , just excuse me.
this music is persian classic music. persian classic music have 7 type (your classic music have 2 type, minor and major).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persian_traditional_music
arab signer is in this structure but his language is arab.
i'm sorry for my english
regards
Amir



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