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The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music (Cambridge Studies in Ethnomusicology)

by Hormoz Farhat

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folk music,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • Iran,
  • Ethnomusicology,
  • Genres & Styles - International,
  • Music / Ethnomusicology,
  • Music-Genres & Styles - International,
  • World Beat - NonWestern Music

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7745543M
    ISBN 100521542065
    ISBN 109780521542067

    The repertoire of melody patterns in traditional Persian art music is organized into systems or modes. The seven main systems are called dastagh, and the five secondary systems are cal Music of Iran, Vol. 1: The Dastgah Systems presents examples of both. The music usually consists of a solo instrument or instrument plus voice, often singing verses from mystic Persian poets. Historical Background of the Dastgah Concept in Persian Musical Manuscripts. as the main core and the model repertory of contemporary Persian classical music, in terms of several stages that.

    The dastgah system is relatively new; there is no evidence of the word having had any musical application before the 19th century. Some ethnomusicologists have equated the dastgah concept with mode in western music. This is not correct; in Persian music a reasonable parallel to mode is maqam, not dastgah. Each piece in the radif has its own mode. Music, Dance Music CDs Novels, Fiction Nuclear Program Politics, Humanity Philosophy Reference Religion Rumi Science Software Stories Travel Trade Reports Women. Music, Dance; The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music by Hormoz Farhat () The Rough Guide to the Music of Iran CD The Art of Persian Music (Book & CD) by Jean During, Zia.

    Definition of Dastgah and Avaz in Traditional Persian Music Each Dastgah in traditional Persian music is a complex of musical pieces called Goosheh (Naqmeh). Goosheh is formed in different Maqams (positions) and is interconnected according to a particular order (they are harmonic in scales, tunes, and intervals of notes).   50+ videos Play all Mix - Persian Dastgah for Beginners- Chahargah YouTube Chahar Mezrab Abu Ata by Hossein Alizadeh, Oud: Negar Bouban | چهارمضراب ابوعطا حسین علیزاده.


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The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music (Cambridge Studies in Ethnomusicology) by Hormoz Farhat Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music by Farhat covers a very important issue of Iranian Music which is its modal system and the relevant concepts relating to it. However, Iranian music has another important aspect which is not examined in this book, namely rhythm of Persian by: The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known as dastgahs.

Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic models on the basis of which a performer produces extemporised pieces/5. Book description. The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known as dastgahs.

Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic models on the basis of which a performer produces extemporised pieces. The dastgahs revolve around unspecified central nuclear melodies which the individual musician comes to know through experience and by:   The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music - Hormoz Farhat - Google Books.

The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known as dastgahs. Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic models on the basis of which a performer produces extemporised pieces.

The dastgahs revolve around unspecified central nuclear melodies which the individual musician 5/5(1). The dastgāh concept in Persian music. [Hormoz Farhat] -- The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known as dastgahs. Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic models on the basis of which a performer produces Your Web browser is.

The dastgāh concept in Persian music. [Hormoz Farhat] In this book Hormoz Farhat has unravelled the art of the dastgah by analysing description\/a> \" A brief historical perspective -- Intervals and scales in contemporary Persian music -- Musical concepts and terminology -- Dastg\uh-e sur -- Dastg\uh-e abuata -- Dastg\uh-e.

Reza Vali, a Persian composer of Contemporary Iranian Art Music, has composed numerous works for Western instruments that derive influence from Iranian music. This article examines the use of the Persian dastgāh and maqām in Reza Vali's.

The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known dastgdhs. as Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic models on the basis of which a performer produces extemporised pieces.

These unspecified nuclear models are no File Size: 6MB. The original Persian music, also known as Persian traditional music and Persian classical music, includes Dastgah (musical modal system), melody, and Avaz. This kind of music has existed before Christendom and reached us mainly by word-of-mouth.

The more enjoyable and easier parts have remained up until now. Dastgah modal system in Persian music shows a level of organization that a certain number of melodic types (Gusheh) are regrouped and ordered in relation to a dominant Dastgah concept in Persian music is similar to western musical scales.

There are 7 Dastgahs in Persian traditional music. Homayun, Mahur, Shur, Rast-Panjgah, Chahargah, Segah and Nava. Dastgāh-e Māhur or Dastgaah-e Maahur (Persian: دستگاه ماهور ‎) is one of the seven Dastgāhs of Persian Music (Classically, Persian Music is organized into seven Dastgāhs and five Āvāzes, however from a merely technical point of view, one can consider them as an ensemble of 12 Dastgāhs).

The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known as dastgahs. Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic models on the basis of which a performer produces extemporised pieces.5/5(1). - A Persian bowed string instrument related to the bowed rebab, the historical ancestor of the kamancheh and also to the bowed Byzantine lyra, ancestor of the European violin family - The strings are played with a variable-tension bow: the word "kamancheh" means "little bow" in Persian.

The dastgah concept in Persian music / Hormoz Farhat. — (Cambridge studies in ethnomusicology) Based on the author's thesis (Ph.D.) - University of California at Los Angeles.

The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music. The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known as dastgahs. Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic 4/5(3).

The Dastgah concept in Persian music is similar to western musical scales and Maqams in Turkish and Arabic music. Middle-eastern music has not been considered in MIR studies largely, however, Gedik et al.

[10] constructed a Turkish music Maqam recognition system based on the similarity between pitch histograms; and Heydarian et al. Cited by: Dastgāh (Persian: دستگاه ‎) is a musical modal system in traditional Persian art music. Persian music consists of a number of principal musical modal systems or dastgāhs ; in spite of 50 or more extant dastgāhs, theorists generally refer to a set of twelve principal ones.

The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music - by Hormoz Farhat August Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Close this message to accept. The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music. Cambridge University Press. Tsuge, Gen'ichi (). Āvāz: A Study of the Rhythmic Aspects in Classical Iranian Music. University Microfilms. Miller, Lloyd (). Music and Song in Persia: The Art of Āvāz. University of Ethnic music: Armenian, Assyrian, Azerbaijani, Kurdish.

: Dastgah Concept in Persian Music (Cambridge Studies in Ethnomusicology) () by Farhat, Hormoz and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(14). The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music by Farhat covers a very important issue of Iranian Music which is its modal system and the relevant concepts relating to it.

However, Iranian music has another important aspect which is not examined in this book, namely rhythm of Persian music/5.“An overview on Persian music ” by Ruhallah Khaleghi second edition p Persian translation of “ Dastgah concept in Persian music ” by Dr Hormoz Farhat Cambridge university press p “Accord and scales in music theory ” by Shahram Khosh sana’at first editin p Note: Persia is historical name of Iran.

Persian music.The tradition of Persian art music embodies twelve modal systems, known as dastgahs. Each dastgah represents a complex of skeletal melodic models on the basis of which a performer produces extemporised pieces.

The dastgahs revolve around unspecified central nuclear melodies which the individual musician comes to know through experience and absorption.

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