Hassan Shamaizadeh

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Hassan Shamaizadeh
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Background information
Native name حسن شماعی‌زاده
Birth name Hassan Shamaizadeh
Genres Pop, Dance
Occupation(s) Composer & Singer, songwriter
Instruments Saxophone, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Piano
Years active 1968–present

Hassan Shamaizadeh (Persian: حسن شماعی‌زاده‎‎, born November 22, 1943 in Isfahan, Iran) is a Persian Pop singer, songwriter[1] and saxophonist. Over the past three decades, he composed songs for artists like Googoosh, Dariush, Aref, Ebi and others.

At the age of 13, Shamaizadeh already played in a theater orchestra Esfehan . He then played in the Radio programs and Television in Tehran. He is noted for playing Persian music with quarter tones on the saxophone, which is a rare skill.

He continued to break record with artists like "Aghaaghi" from 1976 . He was selected as the most popular male artist in 1976 by readers of the magazine "Zan-e Rooz".

Discography[edit]

  • 1973 - Mordaab ( "Maarsh")
  • 1973 - Safar ( "Journey")
  • 1974 - Ojaagh ( "Four")
  • 1974 - Esm-eh Tow ( "Your name")
  • 1975 - Deh ( "Village")
  • 1976 - bad az tow ( "After You")
  • 1976 - Aghaaghi ( "You are a jewel")
  • 1977 - Bumi
  • 1977 - Talaaye Kaaghazi (With Paajuki)
  • 1978 - Mehmuni ( "Party")
  • 1980 - Avaz-e Parvaaz ( "Flight Song")
  • 1981 - Gol Aftab Gardoon
  • 1982 - Golhayeh khis
  • 1984 - Bishtar Bishtar
  • 1985 - Kamtar Kamtar ( "Fewer")
  • 1985 - Kooch (With Homeyra )
  • 1986 - Dokhtar-e Mardom
  • 1987 - Ghasalak
  • 1988 - Hafteh Shab
  • 1988 - Zende Bad Eshgh
  • 1990 - Gol Yadeh1, Yadeh2
  • 1991 - Saateh Haft-e Shab
  • 1992 - Atish Rooyeh Khakestar
  • 1993 - Ye Dokhtar Daram Shah Nadareh
  • 1994 - Bolooreh Mahtab
  • 1996 - Akhareen Savaar ( "Last knight")
  • 1997 - Parvaz Eshgh-o
  • 1998 - Parastesh ( "Adoration")
  • 2001 - Morvarid ( "Pearl")
  • 2002 - Dooshizeh Khaanum
  • 2006 - Singer not the Song

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