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Persian Trilogy
 
  (HER024)
Total Time: 78:21

Behzad Ranjbaran
released on Tuesday, June 28, 2005
     
Persian Trilogy is a collection of three orchestral works inspired by stories from the great Persian epic of Shahnameh ("The Book of Kings") written by the legendary poet Ferdowsi (940-1020 c.). Ranjbaran used three episodes from this epic as the basis for his music (Seemorgh, The Blood of Siavash & The Seven Trials of Rostam). He spent 11 years to finish this masterpiece which has been performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Jo Ann Falletta.
     
  Price: $22.00    (Shipment Included)

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  1. Seven Passages
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  3. Seeds of envy
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  5. Idyllic Love
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  7. Prophecy fulfilled
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  9. The Sunrise
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یوسف says...
این آلبومی بود که بسیار به موسیقی ای که من دوست دارم نزدیک بود. سایت شما را زیر و رو کردم. بسیار سایت درخوری است. ولی متاسفانه کم سن و سالانی هم هستند که نام شرکت شما را نشنیده اند. اگر جسارت نباشد پیشنهاد می کنم روی برند هرمس بیشتر کار کنید. کسانی را می شناسم که می توانند کمک شایانی نمایند. یوسف زنگنه

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بسیار عالی بود.یاد استراوینسکی افتادم.سپاسگزار
 
 
 
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