Hossein Dehlavi

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Hossein Dehlavi (Persian: حسین دهلوی‎) is a famous Persian composer.[1]

Hossein Dehlavi
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Hossein Dehlavi (left) with Faramarz Payvar & Hossein Tehrani
Background information
Born 1927 (age 86–87)
Tehran, Iran
Occupations Professor of composition, Composer
Associated acts Plectrum Orchestra

Biography[edit]

He was born in 1927 in Tehran, Iran, and studied composition at the Tehran Conservatory of Music with Hossein Nassehi. He studied Persian music with Abolhassan Saba and, from 1957 to 1967, was the principal conductor of the Persian Fine Arts Administration Orchestra.[1]

For ten years, Dehlavi was the director of and professor at the Persian National Music Conservatory in Tehran, and Ali Rahbari was one of his pupils. In 1992, with the cooperation of nearly 70 players of Persian instruments, Dehlavi established the Plectrum Orchestra.


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His works include several pieces for Persian instruments and orchestra, voice and orchestra, choir and orchestra, and three operas. As his contribution to the Year of the Child (1979), he wrote an opera for children called Mana and Mani.

See also[edit]

https://soundcloud.com/ramtingh/foroughe-eshgh

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.hamshahrionline.ir/news.aspx?id=56854

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