Music and Song in Persia: The Art of Āvāz
This study analyzes the theory and practice of Persian singing (Avaz), demonstrating the centrality of Persian elements in the music of the Islamic Middle Ages, their relevance to both contemporary and traditional Iranian music, and their interaction with classical Persian poetry and metrics.
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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF PERSIA
MUSIC ISLAM MYSTICISM AND PROPER PERFORMANCE
PRESERVATION AND PROPAGATION OF PERSIAN
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