Ostad Manoochehr Sadeghi and friends September 04, 2004 Grand Performances Free Concert Series California Plaza Los Angeles downtown Manoochehr Sadeghi, santur John Bilezikjian, oud Mehrdad Arabi, tombak, daf Adam del Norte, classical guitar Omid Tarbatian, ney flute Afshin "Max" Sadeghi, electric santur set one / disc 1.2 Traditional Persian Classical set 01) introduction preamble 02) Santur and Tombak 03) intro of Omid Tarbatian / Ney flute 04) Santur, Ney, Daf set two / disc 2.2... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topic: persian santur flamenco armenian Source: DPA4022_ortf_1stRowDFC->Grace V3 48k_ansr->Sony PCM-M1
01) Manoochehr Sadeghi Bio 02)4:35 p.m. Manoochehr Sadeghi Ensemble Manoochehr Sadeghi, Director and Santur Mehrdad Arabifard, Tombak John Bilezikjian, Oud Peyman Vessal, Violin Adam del Monte, Spanish Guitar t01) Manoochehr Sadeghi Bio t02) Parvaneh (Butterfly) Manoochehr Sadeghi Topic: persian santur flamenco armenian Source: KCET public tv->Tascam DVRA1000 @ 24/44.1
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On July 23, 2006, we received permission for shows to be hosted at the Archive:
Mike sent us:
Subject: [Etree] New Band Enlistment / Permission for Persian Master
Greetings Archive Curators,
I've been given permission by Max Sedaghi to add his fathers works to the LMA project.
His father is Persian Classical Master, *Ostad Manoochehr Sedaghi, santur master.
*(Ostad is a title of honor of a master)
This is his website:
Thanks for your time in attending to this new account.
This man is a true legend in Persian Classical music / folk music.
peace love and wellness to you and yours, and all
and this is our conversation and permission granted, as of today, July 23, 2006, sunday:
thank you for the email.
that's cool, I trust you'd always have good intentions and consider this
email my authorization for you to do what you think would be good to get
my father's music out there for people to enjoy.
Most everything he played is on his album, so it wouldn't be a conflict of
send me links when you're done, so I can check it out.
hope all is well with you and again thank you for your continued support
and interest in our tradtional music.
take care and keep in touch,
Hope all is going well for you.
This is going to probably come at you from way out in left field,
but, I thought I'd run it by you and your father anyway.
Your father seems quite open to sharing his music with others, of
other cultures, and introducing them to the Persian classical sound.
What I'm curious about, is if I might share my recording from the
Grand Performances concert, in Los Angeles, 2004-09-04
By what avenue of sharing?
The above link is to a website called the Live Music Archive (LMA).
It is run by volunteer live music enthusiasts, and is an effort to
capture the live music of today, for the generations of tomorrow. Its
basically a museum of live music performances.