Ostad Ali Akbar Shahnazi

Ali Akbar Shahnazi

Ali Akbar Shahnazi (born May 13, 1276 in Tehran – died March 17, 1984 in Tehran) was an Iranian musician and famous tar musician.He started teaching tar at the age of eight with his father and learned Persian music from his father for six years; And he used the presence of Darvish Khan for a while. He recorded his first page with Mr. Damavandi at the age of 14 in Bayat Turk and Afshari in Tehran. Ali Akbar Farahani was his grandfather, Mr. Husseinghli Farahani was his father and Mirza Abdullah Farahani was his uncle. His father’s cousin Agha Gholam Hossein Farahani was a string player and his father’s teacher. His cousin, Ustad Ahmad Ebadi, played the strings, his two younger brothers, Mohammad Hassan and Abdul Hussein Shahnazi, played the strings, and his sisters, Baqer Khan, played the fiddle, and Reza Khan, the strings. He completed his education in the schools of Sanlui, Aristocracy and Prosperity. Ali Akbar Shahnazi started teaching tar at the age of eight with his father and learned Persian music from his father for six years; And he used the presence of Darvish Khan for a while. He recorded his first page with Mr. Damavandi at the age of 14 in Bayat Turk and Afshari in Tehran. After his father’s death in 1294, he succeeded his father at the age of 18 and taught his father’s students. In the 1300s, he was the most famous string player in all artistic circles. In mid-1305, at the invitation of Hayes Masters Weiss, pages of him were recorded with Iqbal singing. In 1308, he established Shahnazi Music Conservatory. With the establishment of the radio in the weekly programs, the music of the radio with Adib Khansari was inspiring and. Playing. In 1334, he studied music at the Azad Conservatory of Music. In 1341, he recorded the line of Agha Hosseingholi and in 1977, the line of the higher course. Ali Akbar Shahnazi, besides tar, was also familiar with other instruments such as the setar and the piano.

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