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Anoosh Jahanshahi

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Anoosh Jahanshahi (born in Tehran on Nov. 23, 1973) is a Composer, Setar Player,[1] Vocalist, Author and Educator with a Master of Music (MA).

  • Afficial and Permanent Member of Players Association

And Masters Association of Iran’s House of Music

  • The Artistic Expert of “Music 21 Century“ Magazine
  • The Inspector of Iran's House of Music

Music Acquisition Background:

Enjoying the company of Mr. Jalal Zolfonoun in the field of: Playing Setar; the traditional Radif of Persian art music (receiving appreciation letter) Enjoying the company of Mr. Farhad Fakhroddini in the field of: Theory of music; Harmony; assimilation of poem and music Enjoying the company of Mr. Kambiz Roshan ravan in the field of: Orchestration; Counter point; Form & Analysis; Composition; Film music Enjoying the company of Mr. Sharif Lotfi in the field of: Solfege; Hearing Education Enjoying the company of Mr. Mohsen Elhamian in the field of: Theory of music; Solfege; Harmony (receiving appreciation letter)

Training Activities:

Inland: Teaching in University Jihad Higher Education Institute; Applied scientific University; High Conservatory of Tehran; Tamashagah-e Raz Cultural & Art Institute; Sorayesh School; Honar&Andisheh School; Andaliban School; And private classes

Abroad: Holding numerous training Workshops and teaching in primary and secondary schools of England and Scotland in the field of: Introduction to the Iranian Culture and Art; Analysis of Persian Music letter)

Artistic Works[edit | edit source]

Compilations
  • “Five Volumes of Books” in the field of note writing and transcription of national popular songs and Iranian folkish melodies named as: Jan-e Maryam (2000); Ghogha-ye Setaregan (for Tar and Setar)(2001); Ghogha-ye Setaregan (for Dulcimer) (2002); Atash-e Karevan (2003); Peyk-e Sahari (2003)
  • Compiling and editing the fourth book of Setar training (written by Mr. Jalal Zolfonoun) (for advanced trainees) (1999)
  • Editing and rewriting of the book “Analysis of Persian Music” (in two languages of Persian and English) (written by Mr. Jalal Zolfonoun) (2000)
  • The book “Chatr-e Eshgh” (works collection No. 1 of Anoosh Jahanshahi) (2008)
  • book "Taknavaz" (works collection of Arsalan Dargahi for Setar)(2009)
  • The book "The Chord Wheel" (The Ultimate Tool for All Musicians)(2010)(Translator)
  • The book “Acquainted Land” (The most beautiful Songs and folkish Melodies of Anatolia & Azerbaija)(2011)
  • Fugue &, Invention ( 3 parts(Sinfonia) & 2 parts) for Iranian Ensemble and Classical Ensemble
Music Albums
  • Everlasting Songs and Melodies, Vol. :1 (drawing-up and playing Iranian folkish melodies) (2003)
  • Everlasting Songs and Melodies, Vol. :2 (drawing-up and playing Iranian national popular songs and folkish melodies) (2004)
  • Chatr-e Eshgh (composing, arrangement, singing, and playing the music) (2007)
  • Acquainted Land, Vol. :1 (The most beautiful Songs and folkish Melodies of Anatolia & Azerbaija)(2009)
  • Acquainted Land, Vol. :2 (The most beautiful Songs and folkish Melodies of Anatolia & Azerbaija)(2009)
  • Fugue & Invention (Sinfonia): for Iranian Ensemble and Classical Ensemble
Other works
  • Composing and playing the music of the film “Hafez:Tongue of the Hidden” ordered by the fourth network of the English TV (2006)
  • Playing Setar in the titration and the context of the film “Trip to Hidalou” produced by Mojtaba Raeei (2005)
  • Playing Setar in the Album “The Good News of Rain” composed by Kambiz Roshanravan and sung by Bijan Bijani (2006)
  • Cooperating in recording and playing 6 CDs of Mr. Jalal Zolfonoun’s Setar training (2000–2001)
Essays
  1. Music is the Beautiful and Wonderful Description of Sentiments.
  2. Examination of Fajr Music Festival
  3. Present Obstacles on the Path of the Iranian Traditional Music
  4. Pathology of Vocalization in the Iranian Music
  5. Examination of Mr. Zolfonoun’s Setar method
  6. Which Music is more precious?
  7. Don’t Mistake Values for Wrong Ones!
  8. Achievement of Training Persian Music in English Schools
  9. Persian Traditional Music Is Among the Most Rooted Music in the World
  10. Distinction between Instruments Sound and Instruments Language
  11. Anatolian Folk Music
  12. Traditional Music of Azerbaijan (Mughams)
  13. The Accurate Customs of Listening to Music
  14. Definition of Real Artists and Separation them from Other Practitioners in Art and Quasi Artists
Concerts

(Inland)

  • Concerts in various cities of Gilan province (1993) (superintending of Nava-ye Del group and playing setar)
  • Concert in Abadeh, Fars province, with Zolfonoun group (1999)
  • Concert in Chahar Mahal-e Bakhtiari province with Zolfonoun group (1999)
  • Concert in Vahdat auditorium with Zolfonoun group (2001)
  • Concert in Tabriz Moalem auditorium with Zolfonoun group (2001)
  • Research concert (lecturing and playing music) in Rasht (2005)
  • Research concert (lecturing and playing music) in Gilan University(2005)

(Abroad)

  • Playing numerous TV and scene programs in Berlin, Germany (2003)
  • Concert in Spain (Mayuca) (2003)
  • Concert in Glasgow, Scotland in Carling Academy Auditorium, with Multi Kulti group (2004)
  • Research concert (lecturing and playing music) in Kensington Town Hall, London, England (2005)
  • Research concert (lecturing and playing music) in Iranians Residing in Scotland Society (ISA), Scotland (2005)
  • Concert in Portsmouth Cathedral in England (2007)
  • Concert in Merchant City International Festival in Scotland (2005)
  • Concert in Lewes International Live Literature Festival in England (2006)
  • Concert in International World

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