Salar Aghili

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Salar Aghili
Aghili in 2016
Aghili in 2016
Background information
Birth nameMir Salar Moslemi Aghili
Born (1977-12-02) 2 December 1977 (age 44)
Tehran, Imperial Iran
GenresPersian traditional music
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active1996–present

Salar Aghili (Persian: سالار عقیلی, romanizedSâlâr Aqili, Listen ; born 2 December 1977), known by his full name Mir Salar Moslemi Aghili, is a classical and Persian traditional singer.[1] (Persian: میرسالار مسلمی عقیلی, romanizedMirsâlâr Moslemi Aqili). His spouse, Harir Shariat–Zadeh is a Persian musician who plays piano and daf.[2]

His main teacher was Sedigh Ta'rif. Salar Aghili is the singer of Iran's National Orchestra. He has also worked with a number of Persian classical music ensembles such as Dastan Ensemble.[1]

Biography[edit]

He started his career at the age of 8 by playing the piano. Salar is regarded as one of Iran's greatest singers.[citation needed] His song, Faces, which was composed by Armand Amar, was used in the 2015 movie, Human.[citation needed]

Works[edit]

  • raghse zarat 2017
  • Sayehaye Sabz 2002
  • Shahriyar 2005
  • Daryaye Bi Payan
  • Saadi Name
  • Be Name Gole Sorkh
  • Mayeye Naz
  • Asheghi
  • Havaye Aftab
  • Salar Khaniha
  • Eshghe Dirin
  • Bade Noushin
  • Sabouye Teshne
  • Tabriz Dar Meh
  • Yar o Diyar
  • To Kisti
  • Mitaravad Mahtab
  • Be Sepidie Solh
  • Yare Mast
  • Be Yade Man Bash
  • Naghme Hamrazan

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b روزنامهٔ ایران – ۲۷ خرداد ۱۳۸۶
  2. ^ روزنامهٔ فرهنگ آشتی – ۲۲ اسفند ۱۳۸۷ Archived 17 November 2009 at the Wayback Machine