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Alireza Ghorbani علیرضا قربانی
Éperdument… Chants d’Amour Persans

Alireza Ghorbani — Éperdument… Chants d’Amour Persans (February 2, 2015) {Accords Croisés}

 Alireza Ghorbani — Éperdument… Chants d’Amour PersansAlireza Ghorbani — Éperdument… Chants d’Amour Persans (February 2, 2015) {Accords Croisés}علیرضا قربانی
≡   Djalâl al–Dîn Rûmî, le populaire poète soufi du XIIIe siècle
≡   Mohammad Reza Shafiei Kadkani, un poète contemporain
≡   With this new album "Eperdument... / Lost in love", Alireza Ghorbani draws on the roots of Persian classical music while renewing the genre.
≡   Texts of great classical Persian poets like Rumi and contemporary authors (Mohamed Reza Shafie Kadkani, Fereydun Moshiri) set to music with original compositions by Saman Samimi.
Location: Tehran, Iran
Style: World Music / Ethnic Music / Persian / Vocal
Album release: February 2, 2015
Record Label: Accords Croisés / Harmonia Mundi
Duration:     60:10
01. Deldar      5:13
02. Monajaat      7:58
03. Monajaat (Suite)      2:45
04. Aah–e–Shabbaneh      6:46
05. Afarinesh (Introduction)      4:33
06. Afarinesh      8:18
07. Bidad      10:10
08. Tanhaa      6:02
09. Afshari      8:25
℗ 2014 Accords Croisés
© 2015 Accords Croisés / Harmonia Mundi | AC 160
≡   Alireza GHORBANI   (Chant)
≡   Saman SAMIMI   (Compositeur, Kamantche)
≡   Mehdi AMINI   (Tar)
≡   Mesbaah GHASMARI   (Arrangeur, Udu)
≡   Zakaria YUSEFI   (Cajon, Daff [tambour sur cadre])
≡   Saba SAMIMI   (Tombak, Zarb)© Photo credit ┬ę Sahar Saebnia (More at: https://www.facebook.com/amundssen/media_set?set=a.10205386171991111.1073742736.1153536442&type=3&pnref=story)
By Neil Van Der Linden
≡   In recent years Alireza Ghorbani has established himself as on of the new generation's masters of Persian song. This recognition has come about as much by the range of his repertoire, accuracy and naturalness of voice as it has by his impeccable taste and uncompromising approach. With him, the musical tradition has been revitalised, renewed, transcended. Firstly by his real musical creativity in interpreting new compositions inspired by contemporary poets. Then in the technical and stylistic contribution he brings in to play on the evolution of the musical tradition. Virtuosity, ornamentation, invention, the ability to improvise on the poetic texts may be qualities common to several current Iranian artists, but what remains remarkable about Ghorbani is the conjunction of all these perfections in a single singer.
≡   Trained to recite the Qur’an as he was being brought up, Alireza Ghorbani developed his vocal abilities at a young age, going on to master the numerous scales of Middle Eastern music. For a few years now he has been releasing some of the most innovative recordings of Persian music, while always fully respecting the authentic traditions. Until now he has interpreted the lyrics of classical poets such as Khayyam and Rumi, but for this album Ghorbani and his musical collaborator Saman Samini, who plays the kamancheh (spiked fiddle), have added some poetry from the 20th and 21st centuries. Ghorbani’s singing has a wide range of notes and moods — whether whispering a subdued, mystical sotto voce or bursting out into an exalted improvisation in tahrir, the rapturous ‘yodeling’ of classical Persian singing. Ghorbani always exhibits a full control of technique even when seemingly letting himself go.
≡   Sometimes, the African rhythms and timbres trickle through that have pervaded Iran for centuries via its south coast, through the slave trade and other connections. ≡   ‘Afarinesh’ seems to go through all the varieties in tone colours and range of emotions that Ghorbani and ensemble could possibly be capable of. The last piece of the album, ‘Afshari’, ends in an ecstatic frenzy of Afro–Gulf percussion. It’s unlikely that any listener will have ever heard this style exploited so explicitly on an Iranian classical music album. ≡   http://gatesstreetheat.com/ // http://www.songlines.co.uk/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Lf83yeNIv8     ≡   {Accords Croisés}
Patrick Labesse
≡   Magnifique, bouleversant, d’une technique vocale époustouflante, Alireza Ghorbani ouvre son album avec les vers de Djalâl al–Dîn Rûmî, le populaire poète soufi du XIIIe siècle, encore idole des Iraniens. Il poursuit l’envoûtement initial en s’emparant de la poésie de Mohammad Reza Shafiei Kadkani, un poète contemporain, avant de revenir aux mystiques soufis. Le fil conducteur, l’amour, rien que l’amour. Qui embrase et étourdit, qui pulvérise et terrasse aussi. Dans la continuité de ses aînés Shadjarian et Nazeri, Ghorbani magnifie le répertoire du chant persan. Il en élargit le répertoire et l’horizon, avec la complicité subtile du jeune compositeur et joueur de vièle kamantché Saman Samimi. Beau et poignant. ≡   En savoir plus sur http://www.lemonde.fr/
Anne Berthod, Le 14/02/2015; Score: ****
≡   L'amour fou et tourmenté qui embrase et consume, l'amour profane sur le fil de la dévotion mystique, grisant jusqu'au vertige et l'oubli de soi... Bienvenue au Gulistan, ce « jardin des roses » imaginaire arpenté par les poètes soufis d'antan. Ce sont leurs vers énamourés qu'interprète l'Iranien Alireza Ghorbani. Venu au chant par les cantillations du Coran, passé maître dans l'art savant du radif, ce quadragénaire s'est imposé au sein de la nouvelle génération grâce à cet art typiquement persan de faire vivre le texte par la seule grâce de sa voix. Et vice versa.
≡   Sur ce nouveau livret, soigneusement documenté, Ghorbani incarne ainsi Rûmî, son auteur de prédilection, de la plus poignante des façons. Entre autres vers médiévaux, il renouvelle aussi le répertoire avec des poètes contemporains. Tous sont mis en musique par Saman Samimi, dans la pure tradition du chant classique iranien. ≡   Entre deux scansions étourdissantes, ces fameux « coups de glotte » (« tah–rir »), Ghorbani laisse respirer la musique (avec vièle kamânche, luth târ...) : des pauses salutaires dans cet océan d'intensité vocale. — Anne Berthod, ≡   http://www.telerama.fr/
≡   Alireza Ghorbani (Persian: علیرضا قربانی‎; born 4 February 1973) is an Iranian traditional vocalist. He began his career by reciting the Holy book of Quran. Since he was very interested in old Iranian traditional music, he started learning it eagerly. In 1984, he was fascinated by compilation of poetry and music and the insight of Iranian Music under the supervision of his first honorable mentors: Mr. Khosro Soltani, Mr. Behrooz Abedini, Mr. Mahdi Fallah, Dr. Hossein Omoumi, Ahmad Ebrahimi and also Razavi Sarvestani. His acquaintance with Ali Tajvidi and Farhad Fakhreddini led him to new horizons of Iranian music. He has already taken part in many important Festivals all over the world together with many musicians and some of these festivals and programs are available in the market on CDs. He has been the vocalist of Iran's National Orchestra since 1999 and has joined many concerts and festivals within Iran and abroad . Enthusiasm, the first album of National Iranian orchestra, has also been composed by Farhad Fakhreddini. Although he collaborated in making soundtracks for many different TV programs such as Kife Englisi, Shabe Dahom, Roshantar az Khamooshi (Mollasadra) and Madare Sefr Darajeh. His latest albums are Az Kheshto Khak, Fasle Baran, Rosvaye Zamaneh, Sarve Ravan, Symphony of Molana, Soogvarane Khamoosh, Rooy Dar Aftab 1,2, Eshtiagh, Ghafe Eshgh, Khoshnevise Seda and Sarmasti (Khayyam) ... , , Concerts: in Düsseldorf, Germany with Düsseldorf Young Philharmonic Orchestra (September 27, 2014) ≡   http://www.mtv.com/

Alireza Ghorbani علیرضا قربانی
Éperdument… Chants d’Amour Persans