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Djalal Akhbari

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Djalal Akhbari is an Iranian[1] master of Persian music[2][3][4] born on June 29, 1940 in Nishapur (Iran).

His main instrument is the centour (or santour),[5] a musical instrument almost three-thousand years old, which he plays with great virtuosity. He played the music of the film "A comme Adrienne", from Boris Lehman.[6][7] He gave several concerts in France and also, at the invitation of the French embassy, in several countries including Morocco, Egypt and Poland. He also has released several discs.[8][9]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Akhbari started playing music at the age of five.[10] Thanks to his close family (especially Morteza Moghadam and Hossein Attar), he attended primary and secondary school in Nishapur. He obtained his literary and philosophical degree in 1960. He gave his first concerts at the age of eight in his school (Kamal al Molk).[11] In 1956, he met Rouhollah Khaleghi in Teheran, from whom he acquired solid foundations in harmony and composition of classical Iranian music. Through his Ostad, he met other masters including Ali-Naqi Vaziri, as well as Hossein Ali Mallah and Ahmad Ebadi. Having no possibility to progress in music in Nishapur, Djalal listens to the works of masters like Abol Hassan Saba or Habib Somaeï on the radio and trains on their performances. He has lived in France since 1978 with his wife and two children.[12] he collaborated with the French artist Jean-Jaques Fdida.[13] Mohammad-Reza Shajarian started playing the santur under Djalal Akhbari's instruction.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Danielson, Virginia; Reynolds, Dwight; Marcus, Scott (2017-09-25). The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: The Middle East. Routledge. ISBN 9781351544177. Iran, Akhbari Djalal 1996, L'art du santûrpersan
  2. Administrator. "La Musique Persane;Conf.-démonstration musicale par Le Maître J.Akhbari -- info". www.gatha.org. Retrieved 2018-08-19. Le Maître Jalal Akhbari, Un des grands maîtres de la musique persane
  3. "Musique persane par Maître Djalal Akhbari et Khatoon Panahi". Retrieved 2018-08-19. Musique persane par Maître Djalal Akhbari
  4. "Le Mandapa" (PDF). 2016. Maître du santoor persan, Djalal Akhbari revient au Mandapa après plus de vingt ans
  5. "Oberlin College Conservatory Library". www2.oberlin.edu. Retrieved 2018-09-19. Art of the Persian Santur: Djalal Akhbari
  6. "A comme Adrienne - Belgique 2000 - sur Cinergie.be". Cinergie.be (in français). Retrieved 2018-09-19. Musique improvisée au centhour: Djalal Akhbari
  7. "Boris Lehman". www.borislehman.be. Retrieved 2018-09-19. Musique improvisée au centhour: Djalal Akhbari
  8. "Collection : CNRSMH_E_2017_018_001 - CREM-CNRS - Sound archives of the CNRS and the Musee de l'Homme. Research Centre of Ethnomusicology (CREM), University of Paris 10". archives.crem-cnrs.fr. Retrieved 2018-12-15.
  9. "Collection : CNRSMH_E_2000_017_004 - CREM-CNRS - Sound archives of the CNRS and the Musee de l'Homme. Research Centre of Ethnomusicology (CREM), University of Paris 10". archives.crem-cnrs.fr. Retrieved 2018-12-15.
  10. Administrator. "La Musique Persane;Conf.-démonstration musicale par Le Maître J.Akhbari -- info". www.gatha.org. Retrieved 2018-08-19. il se passionne pour la musique et le Santour dès l’age de cinq ans grâce à son environnement familial artistique.
  11. Administrator. "La Musique Persane;Conf.-démonstration musicale par Le Maître J.Akhbari -- info". www.gatha.org. Retrieved 2018-08-19. A huit ans, il donne son premier récital
  12. "Djalal Akhbari - Author - Resources from the BnF". data.bnf.fr. Retrieved 2018-08-19. Élève de Rouholla Khaleghi et Alinaghi Vaziri. - S'installe à Paris à partir de 1978
  13. "Jean-Jacques Fdida". Evene.fr (in français). Retrieved 2018-09-19. Son goût pour la musique l’amène à collaborer avec des compositeurs et interprètes tels que Jean-Marc Padovani, Elise Caron, Jean-Marie Machado, Djalal Akhbari, etc. En artiste complet, Jean-Jacques Fdida évolue dans un univers artistique hétéroclite qui mêle conte, théâtre, musique et poésie.



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