Iran and Persia (and Central Asia)


Iran and Persia Bibliography

Books and written documents

  1. Advielle, Victor: La musique chez les Persans en 1885 (1885).
  2. Alam, Muzaffar, Françoise Delvoye Nalini, and Marc Gaborieau: The making of Indo-Persian culture : Indian and French studies (2000).
  3. Archer, William Kay, Iran ; 1961) International Congress on the Preservation of Traditional Forms of the Learned and Popular Music of the Orient and the Occident (Tehran, International Music Council, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: The preservation of traditional forms of the learned and popular music of the Orient and the occident : International Congress, 6-12 April, 1961, Tehran, Iran = La préservation des formes traditionelles de la musique savante et populaire dans les pays d’orient et d’occident : Congres International, 6-12 Avril, 1961, Tehran, Iran (1964).
  4. Association française pour l’étude de la Méditerranée orientale et le monde turco-iranien: Espace musical, espace historique, espace politique (1991).
  5. Babiracki, Carol M. and Bruno Nettl: “Internal Interrelationships in Persian Classical Music: The Dastgah of Shur in Eighteen Radifs”, Asian Music (1987) [doi:10.2307/833763], 46-98.
  6. Baily, John: “Recent Changes in the Dutār of Herat”, Asian Music (1976) [doi:10.2307/833946], 29-64.
  7. Baily, John: Music of Afghanistan: professional musicians in the city of Herat, CUP Archive (1988).
  8. Barkechli, Mehdi: “Musique iranienne”, Ed. Roland-Manuel, Histoire de la musique, Gallimard (Paris, 2001), 454-525.
  9. Barkechli, Mehdi and Moussa Ma’aroufi: La musique traditionnelle de l’Iran: Les systèmes de la musique traditionnelle de l’Iran (Radif), Ministère de la culture et des arts (Téhéran, 1963).
  10. Barkeshli, Mehdi and Université de Téhéran: L’art sassanide, base de la musique arabe, Presses Universitaires (1947).
  11. Beeman, William O: “Torture, Television, and Iranian Culture”, American Anthropologist (1996) [doi:10.1525/aa.1996.98.4.02a00250], 875-877.
  12. Beeman, William O.: “You Can Take Music out of the Country, but…: The Dynamics of Change in Iranian Musical Tradition”, Asian Music (1976) [doi:10.2307/833786], 6-19.
  13. Beeman, William O.: Language, status, and power in Iran, Indiana University Press (1986).
  14. Beeman, William O.: “Media, Culture and Society in Iran: Living with Globalization and the Islamic State”, Iranian Studies (2010) [doi:10.1080/00210862.2010.495595], 571-572.
  15. Beeman, William O. and Mohammad B. Ghaffari: “Acting Styles and Actor Training in Taʿziyeh”, TDR (1988-) (2005), 48-60.
  16. Blum, Stephen: “The Concept of the `Āsheq in Northern Khorasan”, Asian Music (1972) [doi:10.2307/834139], 27-47.
  17. Blum, Stephen: “Persian Folksong in Meshhed (Iran), 1969”, Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council (1974) [doi:10.2307/767727], 86-114.
  18. Blum, Stephen: “Compelling Reasons to Sing: The Music of Taʿziyeh”, TDR (1988-) (2005), 86-90.
  19. Brown, K. B: “Evidence of Indo-Persian Musical Synthesis?”
  20. Caron, Nelly: Expressions musicales de la vie quotidienne en Iran (19XX).
  21. Caron, Nelly: La musique shiite en Iran (1968).
  22. Caron, Nelly and Dariouche Safvate: Iran: les traditions musicales, Collection de l’Institut International d’Études Comparatives de la Musique, Buchet-Chastel (1966).
  23. Caron, Nelly and Dariush Safvate: Musique d’Iran, Collection de l’Institut International d’Études Comparatives de la Musique, Buchet/Chastel (1997).
  24. Caton, Margaret: “The Vocal Ornament Takiyah in Persian Music in The Scope of the Human Voice.”, Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology Los Angeles, Cal. (1974), 42-53.
  25. Caton, Margaret: “Review: [untitled]”, Asian Music (1992) [doi:10.2307/834179], 168-171.
  26. Caton, Margaret: “Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Full Text: The Concept of Mode in Iranian Music: Shūr”, Garland Encyclopedia of World Music Volume 6: The Middle East, Routledge (2001).
  27. Caton, Margaret Louise and Mortezá Varzi: Hāfez :  ’Erfān and music as interpreted by Ostād Mortezá Varzi, Bibliotheca Iranica, Performing arts series [Texte imprimé]. – Costa Mesa (Calif.) : Mazda publishers, 1989 ; no. 7 (2008).
  28. Chehabi, H. E.: “From Revolutionary Taṣnīf to Patriotic Surūd: Music and Nation-Building in Pre-World War II Iran”, Iran (1999) [doi:10.2307/4299999], 143-154.
  29. Colombe, Marcel: Art et littérature en Iran : aspects d’hier et d’aujourd’hui (1964).
  30. Czekanowska, Anna: “Aspects of the Classical Music of Uighur People: Legend versus Reality”, Asian Music (1982) [doi:10.2307/834045], 94-110.
  31. Darabi, N., N. H Azimi, and H. Nojumi: “Recognition of Dastgah and Maqam for Persian Music with Detecting Skeletal Melodic Models”, In The second annual IEEE BENELUX/DSP Valley Signal Processing Symposium (SPS-DARTS 2006).
  32. Duchesne-Guillemin, Marcelle: “Music in Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt”, World Archaeology (1981), 287-297.
  33. Duchesne-Guillemin, Marcelle: A Hurrian musical score from Ugarit: the discovery of Mesopotamian music, Undena Publications (1984).
  34. Duchesne-Guillemin, Marcelle: Les instruments de musique dans l’art sassanide, Suppléments à Iranica antiqua, ISSN 0169-877X ; 6 (1993).
  35. During, Jean: La musique traditionnelle en Iran (19XX).
  36. During, Jean: La musique iranienne: tradition et évolution, Éditions Recherche sur les civilisations (1984a).
  37. During, Jean: “La Musique Traditionnelle Iranienne en 1983”, Asian Music (1984b) [doi:10.2307/834028], 11-31.
  38. During, Jean: “Théories et pratiques de la gamme iranienne”, Revue de Musicologie (1985) [doi:10.2307/928594], 79-118.
  39. During, Jean: Musique et mystique en Iran, Doctorat d’état (1986).
  40. During, Jean: La musique traditionnelle de l’Azerbayjan et de la science des muqams, Koerner (1988a).
  41. During, Jean: Musique et extase: l’audition mystique dans la tradition soufie, A. Michel (1988b).
  42. During, Jean: Le mythe du Simorgh dans la musique extatique du Baloutchistân (1988c).
  43. During, Jean: Musique et mystique dans les traditions de l’Iran, Institut français de recherche en Iran (1989a).
  44. During, Jean: The Modal System of Azerbaijani Art Music (Berlin, 1989b).
  45. During, Jean: “L’organisation du rythme dans la musique de transe baloutche”, Revue de Musicologie (1990) [doi:10.2307/947264], 213-225.
  46. During, Jean: “L’Oreille Islamique – Dix Années Capitales de la Vie Musicale en Iran: 1980-1990”, Asian Music (1992a), 135–164.
  47. During, Jean: “The Organization of Rhythm in Baluchi trance music”, In European Studies in Ethnomusicology Historical Developments and Recent Trends, ed. Max Peter Baumann, Alicia Simon, and Ulrich Wegner, Florian Noetzel (Wilhelmshaven, 1992b), 200-212.
  48. During, Jean: “Systèmes acoustiques et systèmes métaphysiques dans les traditions orientales”, In L’Esprit de la Musique, ed. H. Dufourt, J.-M. Fauquet, and F. Hurard, Klinsieck (Paris, 1992c), 177-184.
  49. During, Jean: “Musique, Nation & Territoire en Asie Interieure”, Yearbook for Traditional Music (1993a) [doi:10.2307/768681], 29-42.
  50. During, Jean: “Musique, Nation & Territoire en Asie Interieure”, Yearbook for Traditional Music (1993b) [doi:10.2307/768681], 29-42.
  51. During, Jean: Quelque chose se passe : le sens de la tradition dans l’Orient musical, Verdier (Lagrasse, 1994).
  52. During, Jean: Musiques d’Asie centrale: l’esprit d’une tradition, Cité de la musique (1998).
  53. During, Jean: “Science divine et science des hommes. Mesures d’intervalles et décalage épistémique dans la théorie de la musique persane”, In Sciences dans l’Iran ancien, ed. Z. Vesel (1999), 65-80.
  54. During, Jean: The spirit of sounds: the unique art of Ostad Elahi (1895-1974), Associated University Presse (2003).
  55. During, Jean: The spirit of sounds: the unique art of Ostad Elahi (1895-1974), Associated University Presse (2003).
  56. During, Jean: “Les intervalles musicaux en Asie intérieure à l’ère moderne”, In Sciences, techniques et instruments dans le monde iranien (Xe-XIXe siècles), ed. N. Pourjavady and Z. Vesel, IFRI (Téhéran, 2004), 217-236.
  57. During, Jean: “Power, Authority and Music in the Cultures of Inner Asia”, Ethnomusicology Forum (2005), 143-164.
  58. During, Jean: The Radif of Mirzâ ‘Abdollâh. A canonic Repertoire of Persian Music, Mahoor (Tehran, 2006a).
  59. During, Jean: “The Intervals of the Azerbaijani Mugam : back to the sources”, In (Bursa, 2006b).
  60. During, Jean: La musique à l’esprit: enjeux éthiques du phénomène musical, L’Harmattan (Paris, 2008).
  61. During, Jean: Musiques d’Iran. La tradition en question, Librairie orientaliste Paul Geuthner (Paris, 2009a).
  62. During, Jean: “The loss of maqamic sense in Central Asia”, In Muqam in and outside of Xinjiang /China, Proceedings of the 6th Study Group Meeting Muqam 2006, Chinese uyghur classical litterature and muqam institute (Urumqi, 2009b), 91-101.
  63. During, Jean: “Globalisations de l’ère préindustrielle et formatage de l’oreille du monde. L’écoute de l’ethnomusicologue”, In Musique et globalisation, Musicologie Ethnomusicologie, L’Harmattan (2011a), 39-66.
  64. During, Jean: “L’oiseau de l’âme et la cage du corps”, In Musique, corps, âme, Cité de la Musique (Paris, 2011b), 97-110.
  65. During, Jean and Sultonali Khudoberdiev: La voix du chamane: étude sur les baxshi tadjiks et ouzbeks, Harmattan (2007).
  66. During, Jean and Sabine Trebinjac: Introduction au muqam ouïgour, Indiana University, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies (1991).
  67. During, Jean: The Art of Persian Music, Mage Publishers (Washington, 1991).
  68. Elsner, Jürgen and Gisa Jähnichen: Oriental music, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Musikerziehung (1991).
  69. Fallahzadeh, Mehrdad: Persian Writing on Music [Elektronisk resurs] : A study of Persian musical literature from 1000 to 1500 AD, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis (Uppsala, 2005a).
  70. Fallahzadeh, Mehrdad: Persian writing on music : a study of Persian musical literature from 1000 to 1500 AD, Studia Iranica Upsaliensia, ISSN 1100-326x ; 8 (2005b).
  71. Farhat, Hormoz: The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music, Cambridge University Press (2004).
  72. Fatemi, Sasan: La musique légère urbaine dans la culture iranienne : réflexions sur les notions de classique et populaire, Thèse de doctorat, Université de Paris-Nanterre (2005).
  73. Gabrieli, G.: “Fakhr-al-dín al-Razi”, Isis (1925), 9–13.
  74. Gabrieli, Giuseppe: “Fakhr-al-din al-Razi.”, Isis (1925), 9-13.
  75. Huart, Clément: “Musique persane”, Ed. Albert (1846-1916) Lavignac and Lionel de (1861-1933). Directeur de publication La Laurencie, Encyclopédie de la musique et dictionnaire du conservatoire.. 1,1, Encyclopédie de la musique et dictionnaire du conservatoire. première partie, Histoire de la musique. [1], Antiquité, Moyen-Age / Albert Lavignac,… Lionel de La Laurencie,…, Delagrave (Paris, 1922), 2485-3083.
  76. Huart, Clément: Ancient Persia and Iranian civilization, K. Paul, Trench, Truber (1927).
  77. Istituto per l’oriente (Rome) and Skilliter centre for ottoman studies: Eurasian Studies (2002).
  78. Johnston, Sholeh: “Persian Rap: The Voice of Modern Iran’s Youth”, Journal of Persianate Studies (2008) [doi:10.1163/187471608784772760], 102-119.
  79. Jung, Angelika: Quellen der traditionellen Kunstmusik der Usbeken und Tadshiken Mittelasiens: Untersuchungen zur Entstehung und Entwicklung des šašmaqãm, K.D. Wagner (1989).
  80. Karomatov, F. M., I. Radjaboy, and Theodore Levin: “Introduction to the Šašmaqam”, Asian Music (1981) [doi:10.2307/834089], 97-118.
  81. Kuckertz, Josef and Mohammad Taghi (1927-) Massoudieh: Musik in Būšehr (Süd-Iran), Ngoma ; 2 (1976).
  82. Leoni, Stefano A. E.: “Kanz al-Tuhaf (Al-Musiqi). The Casket of (Music) Rarities: Ars Musica and Musica Practica between Islam and Christianity”, International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music (1996) [doi:10.2307/3108345], 167-183.
  83. Leroi-Cortot, A.: “Influences croisées entre les traditions musicales perses et européennesLes fondements d’une esthétique musicale commune”, Droit et cultures. Revue internationale interdisciplinaire (2006), 121–138.
  84. Levin, T. C: “Music in modern Uzbekistan: the convergence of Marxist aesthetics and Central Asian tradition”, Asian Music (1980), 149–158.
  85. Levin, Theodore Craig: The music and tradition of the Bukharan S̲h̲a̲s̲h̲m̲a̲q̲ā̲m̲ in Soviet Uzbekistan, Princeton University (1984).
  86. Lewisohn, Leonard: “The sacred music of Islam: Sama’ in the Persian Sufi tradition”, Ethnomusicology Forum (British Journal of Ethnomusicology) (1997) [doi:10.1080/09681229708567259], 1-33.
  87. Massoudieh, M. T.: Äwāz-e Šur: zur Melodiebildung in der persischen Kunstmusik (Regensburg, 1968).
  88. Matusky, Patricia: “An Introduction to the Major Instruments and Forms of Traditional Malay Music”, Asian Music (1985) [doi:10.2307/833774], 121-182.
  89. Matyakubov, O. and Harold S. Powers: “19th Century Khorezmian Tanbur Notation: Fixing Music in an Oral Tradition”, Yearbook for Traditional Music (1990), 29–35.
  90. Miller, Frederic P, Agnes F Vandome, and John McBrewster: Music of Afghanistan, VDM Publishing House Ltd. (2009).
  91. Miller, Lloyd (1938-): Music and song in Persia : the art of āvāz (1999).
  93. Mīrza ʻAbd Allāh and Dariush Talâi: Traditional Persian art music [Musique imprimée] : the radif of Mirza Abdollah, Biblioteca iranica. Performing arts series ; no. 3 (1999a).
  94. Mīrza ʻAbd Allāh and Dariush Talâi: Traditional Persian art music [Musique imprimée] : the radif of Mirza Abdollah, Biblioteca iranica. Performing arts series ; no. 3 (1999b).
  95. Mohafez, Arash and Sandrine (1968) Loncke: L’improvisation d’ après le Radif dans la musique traditionnelle iranienne (2) : l’ analyse comparative de six improvisations dans le mode Mahour (2009).
  96. Mokri, Mohammad: La musique sacrée des Kurdes “Fidèles de vérité” en Iran (1968).
  97. Mokri, Mohammad: Persico-Kurdica : contributions scientifiques aux études iraniennes : études d’ethnomusicologie, de dialectologie, d’histoire et de religion (parues dans les années 1964-1978), Collection Langue et civilisation iraniennes : Textes et études religieux, linguistiques et ethnographiques. – Paris : Klincksieck, 1966 -…  ; 15 (1995).
  98. Mottahedeh, Negar: “Karbala Drag Kings and Queens”, TDR (1988-) (2005), 73-85.
  99. Movahed, Azin: “Religious Supremacy, Anti-Imperialist Nationhood and Persian Musicology after the 1979 Revolution”, Asian Music (2003), 85-113.
  100. Nadjmabadi, Shahnaz R.: “‘Arabisiert’ oder ‘Iranisiert?’ Siedlungsgeschichte in der iranischen Provinz Hormozgān am Persischen Golf”, Die Welt des Islams, New Series (2005), 108-150.
  101. Naroditskaya, Inna: “Azerbaijanian Female Musicians: Women’s Voices Defying and Defining the Culture”, Ethnomusicology (2000) [doi:10.2307/852531], 234-256.
  102. Nasīmī and Amir Hossein Pourjavady: Nasīm-i ṭarab, ed. Chāp-i 1., Farhangistān-i Hunar (Tihrān, 2006).
  103. Navaï, Patrick: Musiciens d’Iran (2004).
  104. Nettl, Bruno: “Attitudes towards Persian music in Iran, 1969”, The Musical Quarterly (1970) [doi:10.1093/mq/LVI.2.183], 183-197.
  105. Nettl, Bruno: Daramad of chahargah: a study in the performance practice of Persian music, Information Coordinators (1972a).
  106. Nettl, Bruno: “Persian Popular Music in 1969”, Ethnomusicology (1972b) [doi:10.2307/849722], 218-239.
  107. Nettl, Bruno: “Aspects of Form in the Instrumental Performance of the Persian Avaz”, Ethnomusicology (1974) [doi:10.2307/850521], 405-414.
  108. Nettl, Bruno: “Persian Classical music in Tehran: the processes of change”, Eight Urban Musical Cultures (Urbana 1978) (1978), 146–85.
  109. Nettl, Bruno: “Musical Values and Social Values: Symbols in Iran”, Asian Music (1980) [doi:10.2307/833800], 129-148.
  110. Nettl, Bruno and Carol M. Babiracki: The radif of Persian music: studies of structure and cultural context in the classical music of Iran, Elephant & Cat (1992).
  111. Neubauer, Eckhard: “Muḥarram-Bräuche im heutigen Persien”, Der Islam (1972) [doi:10.1515/islm.1972.49.2.249], 249-272.
  112. Nooshin, Laudan: The processes of creation and recreation in Persian classical music, University Thesis, University of London (London, 1996).
  113. Nooshin, Laudan: “Improvisation as’ Other’: Creativity, Knowledge and Power: The Case of Iranian Classical Music”, Journal of the Royal Musical Association (2003), 242–296.
  114. Nooshin, Laudan and R. Widdess: “Improvisation in Iranian and Indian music”, Journal of the Indian Musicological Society (2006), 104–119.
  115. Pakbaz, Mehrdad: Persische Modalstrukturen und ihre frühislamischen Quellen, PhD Thesis, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (Wien, 2010).
  116. Pouladi, Farzaneh, Mohammad Ali Oghabian, Javad Hatami, and Ali Zadehmohammadi: “Involved brain areas in processing of Persian classical music: an fMRI study”, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences (2010) [doi:16/j.sbspro.2010.07.247], 1124-1128.
  117. Pourjavady, Amir Hosein: Nasīm-i Ṭarab, Iranian Academy of Arts (Tehran, 2007).
  118. Powers, Harold S.: “Classical Music, Cultural Roots, and Colonial Rule: An Indic Musicologist Looks at the Muslim World”, Asian Music (1980) [doi:10.2307/833796], 5-39.
  119. Qureshi, Regula: “Tarannum: The Chanting of Urdu Poetry”, Ethnomusicology (1969), pp. 425-468.
  120. Radjabi, Y. and F. Karamatov: Shashmakom (Tashkent, 1966).
  121. Rochard, Philippe: Le “sport antique” des zurkhâne de Téhéran : formes et significations d’une pratique contemporaine, Thèse de doctorat, Université de Provence (2000).
  122. Sahbaï, Manoutchehr: La musique polyphonique persane (1868 – 1998), PhD Thesis, Université Marc Bloch (Strasbourg, 2000).
  123. Schulter, Margo: “The Dastgah system and medieval European modes:                 Some observations and comparisons” (2011) [url:].
  124. Shiloah, Amnon: Music in the World of Islam, Wayne State University Press (2003).
  125. Shūrā-yi ʿĀlī-i Farhang va Hunar (Iran): Some aspects of Iranian culture : a collection of essays, Shūrā-yi ʿĀlī-i Farhang va Hunar, Markaz-i Muṭālaʿāt va Hamāhangī-i Farhangī (Series) ; 19 (1973).
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  132. Tala’i, Dariush: “Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Full Text: A New Approach to the Theory of Persian Art Music: The Radīf and the Modal System”, Garland Encyclopedia of World Music Volume 6: The Middle East, Routledge (2001).
  133. Tschakert, Irmgard: Wandlungen persischer Tanzmusikgattungen unter westlichem Einfluss, Beiträge zur Ethnomusikologie ; 2 (1972).
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Some Audio and Video recordings

  1. Alizâdeh, Hossein and Madjid Khaladj: Iran, les maîtres de l’improvisation = Iran, masters of improvisation, CD (2000).
  2. Bina, Sima (1944-): Iran, musique du Sud du Khorassan = Iran, music of South Khorassan, CD (20XX).
  3. Bina, Sima (1944-): Musique du Nord du Khorassan = Iran, music of North Khorassan, CD (20XX).
  4. Chemirâni, Jamchid, Majid Kiâni, and Dariush Talâi: Musique iranienne, CD (1980).
  5. Cueco, Pablo, Pablo Cueco, and Buda: Improvisations au zarb, CD (2003).
  6. During, Jean: Asie centrale : les maîtres du dotâr : Ouzbékistan, Tadjikistan, Iran (Khorâsân), Turkménistan = Central Asia : the masters of the Dotâr, CD (1993).
  7. Karimi, Mohammad, Mohammad Musavi, Jamshid Mohebbi, and Jean During: Iran : les maîtres de la musique traditionnelle. Volume 2, CD (1991).
  8. Khaladj, Madjid: Iran, l’art du tombak (zarb) = Iran, the art of Tombak (Zarb), CD (20XX).
  9. Khaladj, Madjid: Anthologie des rythmes iraniens . Volume 1, Le répertoire fondamental de Maître Tehrâni = Anthology of Iranians rhythms. Volume 1, The basic work of Master Tehrâni, CD (20XX).
  10. Khaladj, Madjid, Hossein Alizâdeh, and Afsâneh Rassâi: Musique iranienne : Sâz-Enô = Iranian music : Sâz-Enô, CD (20XX).
  11. Mansurov, Malik: Azerbaïdjan, le tar de Malik Mänsurov = Azerbaidjan, the tar of Malik Mänsurov, CD (20XX).
  12. Marzieh: “Monadjat” : musique traditionnelle persane =traditional persian music, CD (1995).
  13. Moradi, Ali Akbar (1957-. ..): Musique kurde d’Iran : odes mystiques et musique profane = Kurdish music from Iran : mystical odes and secular music, CD (2001).
  14. Moshtaq: Musique savante persane : “Dashti-Mâhur” = Persian art music, CD (20XX).
  15. Musavi, Mohammad, Ahmad Khâktinat, and Kâmyâr Mohebbat: Iran, le ney de Mohammad Musavi = Iran, the ney of Mohammad Musavi, CD (20XX).
  16. Nazeri, Shahram, Dariush Talâi, and Bijan Kâmkâr: Iran : les maîtres de la musique traditionnelle. Volume 3, CD (1992).
  17. Obrecht, Wolfgang: Iran : le dotâr de Khorossan : Hamid Khezri = Iran : the dotâr of Khorossan : Hamid Khezri, CD (2005).
  18. Peretti, Yves de, Jamsid Cemirâni, Keyvan Chemirani, and Bijan Cemirâni: Hâl, Video (2005).
  19. Shadjariân, Mohammad Rezâ: Iran : musique classique persane, CD (1990a).
  20. Shanbehzadeh, Saeid and Buda: Iran : musiques du Golfe Persique, CD (2009).
  21. Tala’i, Dariush and Jamchid Chemirâni: Le son direct du concert Iran du 11 mai 1982 sur France Musique, CD (1988).
  22. Talâi, Dariush, Mohammad Musavi, and Majid Kiâni: Iran : les maîtres de la musique traditionnelle. Volume 1, CD (1991).
  23. Youssefpour, Abbas: Nach 13 Jahren : Wiedersehen im Iran, Video (1978).


Websites for Iranian Music and Books


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