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Mojtaba Mirzadeh (1945 – 19 July 2005) was a violin player of Iranian origin who was influential in Persian classical music. He played for many famous kurdish artists such as Shahab Jezairi, Shahram Nazeri and Reza Saqaei. He also played for Persian artists such as Googosh, Hayedeh, Akbar Golpaygani, Mohammed Reza Shajarian, Dariush Eqbali and Ali Reza Efthekhari. He was also the composer for many films.
Mojtaba Mirzadeh was an Iranian composer and virtuoso violinist who was born in 1945 in the province of Ilam, Iran. He later moved with his family to Kermanshah. Mojtaba grew up in a poor family. He would make sounds from pans and pots in the kitchen. He then started to learn the Santur, but quit shortly after learning it. When he was fourteen, his father offered to buy him a violin.
Mojtaba died from a heart attack on Sunday, 19 July - 2005.