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Track length:7:05
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Azar Khajavi/Atabak Elyasi
Performer: Pasha Hanjani - Ney
Amir Eslami - Ney
Shervin Mohajer - Kamancheh
Sharam Golami - Oud
Ali Razmi - Setar
Atabak Elyasi - Setar
Christophe Rezai - Vocals
Reza Asgarzadeh - Doudouk
Reza Abae - Gheychak
Rabak Riahipour - Bassguitar
Ali Rahimi - daf -Percussion
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: World
traditional
Studio: Mixed by Martin Abrahamsen at Studio Nordraak (2008)
Recorded at fin Alley no 35 by Atabak Elyasi
recorded at Studio Saba by Chasem Abedini
ISRC: NOFKF0807010
Track length:5:05
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Elyasi / Shir Ali / Vahdat
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: Traditional
World
ISRC: NOFKF0807020
Track length:6:13
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Atabak Elyasi
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: Traditional
World
ISRC: NOFKF0807030
Track length:6:03
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Rumi / Elyasi
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: Traditional
World
ISRC: NOFKF0807040
Track length:6:40
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Navai song
Tabib efsehani - lyrics
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: Traditional
World
ISRC: NOFKF0807050
Track length:6:08
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Hoshang Estehaj / Atabak Elyasi
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: contemporary
world
ISRC: NOFKF0807060
Track length:8:44
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Rumi / Elyasi
Performer: same band as first song
Genre: Traditional
World
ISRC: NOFKF0807070
Track length:5:11
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Mohammed Hoghoughi / Atabak Elyasi
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: Traditional
world
ISRC: NOFKF0807080
Track length:4:29
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Tahiri Ghorratolein / Atabak Elyasi
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: Traditional
World
ISRC: NOFKF0807090
Track length:5:05
Artist: Mahsa & Marjan vahdat
Author: Baba Taher / elyasi
Performer: same band as first song
Producer: Atabak Elyasi
Genre: Traditional
world
ISRC: NOFKF0807100

Beautiful music from Iran. Have in mind women are not alloved to sing in public in Iran. Hope this will change very soon. Working on presenting more music from this area where all culture once begun. Persia, Senrtalasia, Mid east. bugge

I Am Eve

Mahsa and Marjan Vahdat join their voices in I Am Eve, an album composed, arranged and produced by Atabak Elyasi and released by Kirkelig Kulturverksted in Norway (www.kkv.no). It was conceived, born and recorded in Iran and mixed and mastered in Norway and Sweden The album has melodic elements from the Persian classical tradition, adapted by the Vahdat sisters and Atabak Elyasi. Poems are by contemporary poets of Iran, including Azar Khajavi and Layegh Shir Ali, and by such classical poets as Rumi, Baba Taher and Tahereh Qorratolein.

Musicians who have worked on this album are Christophe Rezai (vocal), Pasha Hanjani and Amir Eslami (ney), Shervin Mohajer (kamancheh), Shahram Gholami (oud), Ali Razmi and Atabak Elyasi (setar), Reza Asgarzadeh (duduk), Babak Riahipour (bass), Ali Rahimi (daf and percussion). The album will be released on 1 September 2008.

About Mahsa & Marjan Vahdat:

Singing is a blessing. A voice that finds its way into the arteries of life, now flowing like a whisper by a baby's cradle, now like a lover's, perhaps, standing against the rays of a future. A blessing, indeed, is singing.

Mahsa Vahdat

Mahsa was born in Tehran in 1973, She started her career in music by taking piano lessons of Minoo Mohebbi from an early age. She continued the piano with Laleh Aghevli. She picked up Persian traditional singing with Pari Maleki and continued singing with Mehdi Fallah and Mohsen Keramati. Vahdat also plays the setar which she studied under Ramin Kakavand and later Masoud Shoari. She entered the Art University in Tehran in 1993 and graduated from the Music Faculty with a BA in Music. In the Art University she has been under the influence of master musicians such as Sharif Lotfi, Ahmad Pejman, Hooshang Zarif, Behnam Vadani, Abdorreza Sajadi, Hushang Kamkar, and Mohammad Reza Darvishi.

Marjan Vahdat

Marjan Vahda...