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Mahoor music Quarterly. No. 51/ 52

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Mahoor music Quarterly. No. 51/ 52

  • Publish Year : 2011
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  • License Holder: Mahoor Institute of Cultural and Arts
  • Directed: Mohammad Mousavi
  • Editorial Board: Sassan Fatemi, Hooman Asadi, Mohammad Mousavi, Hossein Yâssini, Bâbak Khazrâ’i, Arash Mohâfez, Sa’id Kordmâfi
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Articles: 1. The Sight of Sound Owen Wright, translated by Natalie Chubineh 2. Armenia, Alina Pahlevanian, Aram Kerovpyan and Svetlana Sarkisian, translated by Tarâne Karimiyân 3. An Example of the Earliest Quasi-Critical Notes in Musical Literature: The Last Part of Fârâbi’s Ehsâ’al-Iqâ’ât, Abu-Nasr Fârâbi, translated by Fâteme Rajabi, Introduction by Bâbak Khazrâ’i 4. Some Interpretations of a Composition Attributed to Abdolqâder Marâghi, Zaven Hacobian 5. Performing Devices of Âref’s Tasnifs, Sasan Sepanta 6. Âvâz-e Râst in Qâjâr Epoch, Seyyed-Hoseyn Meysami 7. The Question of Form in Tasnif, Ârash Mohâfez 8. Improving the Interaction of Chord and Neck in String Instruments, Ârash Âzâde 9. Ufki, Cantemir and Iranian Music, Ârash Mohâfez 10. Shirazi Feminine Vâsunaks, Yaldâ Yazdâni

 Basic Concepts: 1. The Application of Schenkerian Analysis to Ethnomusicology: Problems and Possibilities, Jonathan Stock, translated by Natalie Chubineh

 Report: 1. Ramezân-Ali Shâhrokh: An Overview of His Life and Art, Âzitâ Bâqeri Tehrâni-Fard 2. Gholâm-Ali Neynavâz: In Memoriam, Jahângir Nasiri-Ashrafi

Interview: 1. Passion for Iran, Interview with Stephen Blum by Ameneh Youssefzadeh, translated by Sasan Fatemi 2. An Overview of the Characteristics of Rhythm in Iranian Music, Interview with Farid Kheradmand, by Ârash Mohâfez

Review: 1. Mythological Criticism of Music, Ârvin Sedâqatkish 2. Wittgenstein’s Musical Understanding, Sarah E. Worth, translated by Mortezâ Âbedinifard 3. Till Another Season…, Seyyed-Mohammad Mousavi