صدای استاد شجریان انحصاری برای هیچ کس و هیچ شرکتی نیست
«محمدرضا شجریان- صدای ایران» (کنسرت فریاد کپنهاگ)
کارگردان: Christian Braad Thomsen
با حضور محمدرضا شجریان، حسین عیزاده، کیهان کلهر و همایون شجریان
ضبط شده در سال 2002 میلادی(1381 شمسی)
در این ویدیو که در سال 2002 در سالن MusikTeatret Albertslund ضبط شده، استاد حسین علیزاده، با نوازندگی تار، و استاد کیهان کلهر، با نوازندگی کمانچه، شجریان را همراهی میکنند.
همایون شجریان نیز، فرزند استاد شجریان، با آواز و تنبک، گروه را همراهی میکند.
محمدرضا شجریان نه تنها نزدیک به 800 سال موسیقی ایران را با اجرای ترانههایی از شاعران معروفی همچون مولوی، سعدی و حافظ از قرن سیزدهم اجرا میکند، بلکه ترانههایی از شاعران معاصر را نیز پوشش داده است. در آواز سنتی ایرانی، خواننده تحریرهای زیبایی تولید میکند تا زیبایی آواز با حساسیت و حالت صدای او هماهنگ شود. مابین آهنگها، شجریان در مورد انگیزه خود سخن میگوید و توضیحاتی نیز دربارهی آهنگها و شاعرانی که آنها را سرودهاند ارائه میدهد.
زمان: 97 دقیقه
حجم فایل: 1/3 گیگابایت متفاوت با نسخه های موجود
The Voice of Iran: Mohammad Reza Shajarian – The Copenhagen Concert 2002
Director: Christian Braad Thomsen
Camera: Jane Vorre, Steen Møller Rasmussen, Jytte Rex
Sound: Morten Holm, Gary Michael Nicklin
Editing: Grete Møldrup, Mahi Rahgozar
Stills: Rosemaria Rex
DVD cover: Bente Petersen
Video facilities: Angel Facility
Concert organizer: Judith Stage
Singer Mohammad Reza Shajarian is a living legend. He’s the undisputed master of Persian classical song and posses of the most recognizable voices in Iran. Born in 1940 in the city of Mashhad, Shajarian started singing at the age of five under the supervision of his father. At the age of twelve he began studying the traditional classical repertoire (radif) with the great masters of the tradition, including Ahmad Ebadi, Esmaeel Mehrtash and Abdollah Davami, from whom he learnt the most ancient tasnifs (songs). He began singing professionally in 1959 at Radio Khorasan and has been a staple of Iranian radio, television and recordings ever since, leading the Persian classical music renaissance that took hold after the 1979 revolution. In 1999 UNESCO presented him with the prestigious Picasso Medal in France and in 2000, the Ministry of Culture in Iran declared him “Best Classical
Vocalist.” A series of U.S. reissues of Shajarian’s classic Iranian recordings will launch this year with the release of “Bidad” on World Village/Harmonia Mundi USA.
Kamancheh (spike fiddle) player Kayhan Kalhor was born in Tehran in 1963. A child prodigy, Kalhor began his musical studies at age seven, and at thirteen was invited to work in the Iranian National Radio and Television Orchestra. At seventeen, he began working with the Shayda Ensemble of the Chavosh Cultural Center, the most prestigious arts organization in Iran. He also studied the Iranian classical repertoire with different masters, as well as absorbing various regional styles. He studied Western classical music in Rome and he received a degree in music at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Kalhor has composed works for Iran’s most renowned vocalists, including Mohammad Reza Shajarian and Shahram Nazeri, and he has also performed with Iran’s greatest masters, including Faramarz Payvar and Hussein Alidade. In 1991 he co-founded Dastan, the renowned Persian classical music ensemble, and in 1997 he formed the unique ensemble Ghazal with Shujaat Husain Khan, to explore improvisations based on Persian and Indian music. He’s also collaborated with the Kronos Quartet, and Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Project. His latest release of Kurdish music, In the Mirror of the Sky (2004), pairs him with Ali Akbar Moradi.
Tar (plucked lute) player and composer Hossein Alizadeh was born in Tehran in 1951. After graduating from the Tehran Music Conservatory, he entered the School of Music of the University of Tehran in 1975 where he received his degree in composition and performance. He also studied with various masters of traditional Persian music. Alizadeh was awarded a position with the National Orchestra of Iran and later became the conductor and soloist of the Iranian National Radio and Television Orchestra. He founded the Aref Ensemble and performed with the Shayda Ensemble. In the early 1980s, he further expanded his formal education by studying composition and musicology at the University of Berlin. In 2000, the Ministry of Culture in Iran declared him the country’s best contemporary artist. As a teacher he has trained many young musicians and has written and published a number of etudes for tar and setar (lute). He has composed many works of contemporary and neo-classical Iranian music as well as several film scores including Gabbeh and A Time for Drunken Horses. He has taught at the University of Tehran, the Tehran Music Conservatory and the California Institute of the Arts. His new World Village CD “Endless Vision” is a collaboration with Armenian duduk master Djivan Gasparyan. The CD explores the centuries-old link between Persian classical music and Armenian folk traditions…
Homayoun Shajarian born in 1975, is the son of master vocalist Mohammad Reza Shajarian. He began playing tombak (goblet drum) at the age of five and later attended the Tehran Conservatory of Music. As well as tombak, Homayoun plays the kamancheh and studies the Persian vocal tradition with his father. Since 1991 he has played in many ensembles accompanying his father in concerts in Europe, Iran and North America. His 2001 tour with the Masters of Persian Music ensemble marked his debut as a vocalist. As a disciple of his father, Homayoun has developed many similar vocal qualities and represents a new generation in the great Persian vocal tradition.