Sadegh Nojouki

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Sadegh Nojouki
Birth name Sadegh Nojouki
Born (1950-01-21) 21 January 1950 (age 67)
Tehran , Iran
Origin Tehran , Iran
Genres Persian pop music, Persian traditional music, Western Classical music
Occupation(s) Musician, Composer, Songwriter, Arranger, Producer, pianist
Instruments Piano, Synthesizer, Accordion
Years active 1970–present

Sadegh Nojouki (Persian: صادق نوجوکی‎, born January 21, 1950 Tehran, Iran) is The leading Iranian Pop and Classical musician, composer, songwriter, arranger, conductor and pianist who introduced a new musical genre in Persian music by scientific composing of Persian traditional music with classic and pop music. He also writes the most memorial and dramatic musical notes for String Instruments. He is also the pioneer iranian musician who had used String Orchestra and Piano in persian pop music. He composed and arranged many songs for popular Persian pop singers including Hayedeh, Sattar, Homeyra, Mahasti, Moein, Dariush, Omid, Martik, Vigen, and Morteza.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Sadegh Nojouki, History of Persian Pop Music, Middle East Music, Chang Pub, p. 243
  2. ^ Sadegh Nojouki, History of Persian Pop Music, Middle East Music, Chang Pub, p. 242

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