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Seven hundred years after his poetry swept the Persian world, Molavi, better known in the West as Rumi, can still be heard within the rhythms and phrasings of Persia's classical music. On Through Eternity, Iran's acclaimed Dastan Ensemble brings together the lush musical landscape of Molavi's Persia and his most inspiring words into one unforgettable evening of performance. Six exquisite and soulful tracks of virtuoso instrumental and vocal musicianship in homage to Molavi, a net of jewels reflecting both the allure of Persia's musical past and a bold vision of its future.
About the Artist
Founded in 1991, the ensembles name means 'musical sound' or 'ballad'. The musicians have a grand vision: to bring back to life the wonderful repertoire of Persian classical music. The compositional style of the members merges tradition and progress; the inclusion of both traditional and contemporary poetry by Hafez, Rumi and Nezami among others has made the Dastan Ensemble a household word among both Iranians and a large international audience in many countries. The ensemble has toured widely throughout Europe, the Middle East, North America and North Africa. Several of their recordings have won international awards in Germany and France.
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bad Points: the ley-leying of Nazeri on the Part 2 Mahur, even a little kid can do that
Overall: Tasnif Ab e Hayat e Eshgh is the highlight of the album The Setars of Hamikd Motebassem and Kayhan Kalhor in part 1 Bayat e Esfehan is great. The Ghateyeh zarbi is a great performance of Bayat e esfehan. nazeri should have given Kalhor some time to taknavaz (solo performance) in Part 2 Mahur.
Overall a good album for people who like Asil music
The Musicians: 1. Hossein Behroozinia-he did great on the barbat(Ood), he proved he is the master of Barbat in Iran
2. Kayhan kalhor- he did great on setar in part 1 and superb job on the kamancheh in Part 2
3. Hamid Motebassem-Motebassem was great on setar in part 1 and great on Tar in part 2
4. Pejman Hadad-Pejman was great on Tombak and Daf in Part 1, His daf was exrilifying. He di good on Tombak in Part 2
Poems: 1. The Poems of Molavi(Rumi) were great on Part 1 especially the Ab e Hayat e Eshgh poem
2. Nazeri messed up Hafez's Del Meeravad zeh dastamn in part 2. THe poem is great but nazeri did not perform it well.
Overall a great album with a few small exceptions.