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Saeed Farajpouri

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Saeed Farajpouri ( February 20, 1961, in Sanandaj, Iran) is a composer, performer, and instructor of a classical Iranian instrument called the Kamancheh or Spike Fiddle. He started learning music at age nine under Maestro Hassan Kamkar. Then he remembered the Iranian music repertoire (Radif) under Maestro Mohammad Reza Lotfi and the ensemble performance under the instruction of Maestro Hossein Alizadeh. He has performed at several ensembles, such as Shayda, Aref, Aava, Paivar, and Dastan. He has instructed Kamancheh at Chavosh Music Center, Music Conservatory of Tehran, and several universities and art institutes inside and outside Iran. Saeed collaborated with Maestro Mohammad Reza Shajarian for over three decades, performing at many concerts inside and outside Iran and in albums such as Shab e Vasl, Ahang e Vafa, Rosvai e Del, Dastan, Aaram e jaan, Aaseman e Eshgh, and Del Shodegan. He also has several solo recordings, such as: Kamancheh Album, Segah Homayoon, and Kurdish folkl
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