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Re : Quand la musique classique rend hommage à la Perse
« Réponse #15 le: juillet 09, 2017, 07:54:28 pm »
Pour la première fois depuis plus d'un siècle, voici un rendu (digital) du prélude à sa propre composition musicale,


LIEN POUR ECOUTER LE MORCEAU (durée environ 1 minute) : https://www.lycklamaoriental.org/lesgardesdepersepolis



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Re : Quand la musique classique rend hommage à la Perse
« Réponse #16 le: juillet 28, 2017, 09:43:06 am »
IRAN SHINES IN RAVENNA UNDER RICARDO MUTI


http://www.euronews.com/2017/07/27/iran-shines-in-ravenna-under-riccardo-muti


It was a historic event that conductor Riccardo Muti offered the public at the Ravenna Festival this year: marking the 20th edition of his Roads of Friendship project, he brought together on stage musicians from Italy and Iran. The Ravenna performance came just two days after another, in Tehran, on July 6th – two concerts which nearly didn’t happen: Iranian authorities only gave the go-ahead at the very last minute.

“This concert was the most adventurous because of the international political situation and also because, with the revolution, music was forbidden,” he told Euronews.
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Re : Quand la musique classique rend hommage à la Perse
« Réponse #17 le: avril 11, 2018, 10:17:30 am »
Il y a aussi des chants persans de Reza Vali



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The young Persian-Austrian cellist Kian Soltani was born in 1992 in Bregenz. His parents Khosro Soltani and Farzaneh Navai used to work with Tehran Symphony Orchestra for a while and shortly after the Islamic Revolution in Persia moved to Austria.

"I've always felt at home in Austria", Kian says. "And yet, the Persian side of my family gave me a chance to grow up with two cultures." Bringing together Austro-German Romantic works and contemporary Persian music, Soltani's debut album, "Home", expresses that sense of being rooted in a dual heritage. His pianist is Aaron Pilsan, whose background has parallels with Soltani's. They have already performed some of its repertoire live in their concerts in Europe.

According to a Press Release by Deutsche Grammophon, "On Home, the cellist travels from Romanticism, with its desire to emulate European folk music, to a living composer's take on Persian folk traditions. Beginning with works by Schumann and Schubert - "I grew up with them and I feel at home with this music" - he rounds off the album with music by Reza Vali, a friend of the family who, like the Soltanis, emigrated from Iran. Vali's 'Persian Folk Songs' was written to commission and premiered by Kian Soltani and Aaron Pilsan in May 2017.
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