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Dance with Rastak

Inspired by different genres of folk dances in Iran, we chose Dance as a theme for this album. Dance with Rastak, is our 6th album which is released in two audio and video editions and comprises folk songs from ethnicities such as Azerbaijan, Dezful, Kerman, Kurdistan, Khurasan and Shiraz.nspired by different genres of folk dances in Iran, we chose Dance as a theme for this album."

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About Dance with Rastak

Inspired by different genres of folk dances in Iran, we chose dance as the theme for this album.

Dance With Rastak is our 6th album which is released in two audio and video editions and comprises folk songs from ethnicities such as Azerbaijan, Dezful, Kerman, Kurdistan, and Shiraz.

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Tracks

OWINA

O sweet flower, dance with me!
Owina is one of the tracks from our newly released album, called Dance with Rastak. Owina is on an Azeri song and its name tied to the name of the album.
In the composition of this track, we tried to use the unique color of the original instruments of the Azerbaijan region, such as Qupuz, Garmon, Tar Azari, and Nagara.

OW BORDOM

What makes southern Iranian music different is its energy and vitality. Its warm and active music evokes images of the sea, the sun, the fishermen's boat, and palm trees.
Music and dance are current in the lives of the people of southern Iran.
When we heard the unique melody of "Ow Bordom" with the voice of the famous "Dezfuli" singer, we were attracted to its lively melody and rhythm and its energy. The arrangement of this work is a tribute to them and their kindness.

FAATELO

Despite having access to a rich archive of folk/ethnic music that has been collected through our interest and in various ways. We sometimes come across great suggestions from our audience.
Faatelo is a love story based on a melody from Kerman. Ali Fadaei, who was a singer and teacher in Kerman, sang this song. This track is our tribute to him and all the lovely people in Kerman.

KAMAREY

When we were looking for a song and songwriter in Kurdish music of the '60s, "Heshmat Lornejad" 's name popped out. His memorable voice undoubtedly shines like a star in Kurdish music.
"Kamarey" is one of his long-lasting masterpieces. We decided to recreate this melody because of its familiar rhythm. The rhythm always envisions war, epic, and dance for Kurdish people.

SHADOOMAD

Poetry and music in folklore music are so intertwined, and it makes the whole composition remarkably surreal.Shadoomad is a love story. This song depicts the beauties of the wedding ritual in the culture of the people of Khorasan. We have tried to re-create this song with a different arrangement. In North Khorasan, wedding ceremonies are held differently. In those ceremonies, the groom rides a horse, and his friends race with him. Meanwhile, people of the village go to the house of the bride. The bride wears wedding clothes and a veil.At the end of the ceremony, when the bride puts her foot inside the groom's house, the groom picks up some pomegranates, apples, and candies and throws them at the guests. And with this symbolic action, he thanks them and asks them to leave him alone with his bride.

ASEMOON

Shiraz is a familiar name to the people of the world. We know Shiraz with the taste of the wine, Hafez, Golestan Saadi, the glory of Persepolis civilization, and its hospitable people. In arranging this romantic piece, we have sought to reflect the beauties of these friendly people.

Owina

O sweet flower, dance with me!
Owina is one of the tracks from our newly released album, called Dance with Rastak. Owina is on an Azeri song and its name tied to the name of the album.
In the composition of this track, we tried to use the unique color of the original instruments of the Azerbaijan region, such as Qupuz, Garmon, Tar Azari, and Nagara.

Ow Bordom

What makes southern Iranian music different is its energy and vitality. Its warm and active music evokes images of the sea, the sun, the fishermen's boat, and palm trees.
Music and dance are current in the lives of the people of southern Iran.
When we heard the unique melody of "Ow Bordom" with the voice of the famous "Dezfuli" singer, we were attracted to its lively melody and rhythm and its energy. The arrangement of this work is a tribute to them and their kindness.

Faatelo

Despite having access to a rich archive of folk/ethnic music that has been collected through our interest and in various ways. We sometimes come across great suggestions from our audience.
Faatelo is a love story based on a melody from Kerman. Ali Fadaei, who was a singer and teacher in Kerman, sang this song. This track is our tribute to him and all the lovely people in Kerman.

Kamarey

When we were looking for a song and songwriter in Kurdish music of the '60s, "Heshmat Lornejad" 's name popped out. His memorable voice undoubtedly shines like a star in Kurdish music.
"Kamarey" is one of his long-lasting masterpieces. We decided to recreate this melody because of its familiar rhythm. The rhythm always envisions war, epic, and dance for Kurdish people.

Shadoomad

Poetry and music in folklore music are so intertwined, and it makes the whole composition remarkably surreal.Shadoomad is a love story. This song depicts the beauties of the wedding ritual in the culture of the people of Khorasan. We have tried to re-create this song with a different arrangement. In North Khorasan, wedding ceremonies are held differently. In those ceremonies, the groom rides a horse, and his friends race with him. Meanwhile, people of the village go to the house of the bride. The bride wears wedding clothes and a veil.At the end of the ceremony, when the bride puts her foot inside the groom's house, the groom picks up some pomegranates, apples, and candies and throws them at the guests. And with this symbolic action, he thanks them and asks them to leave him alone with his bride.

Asemoon

Shiraz is a familiar name to the people of the world. We know Shiraz with the taste of the wine, Hafez, Golestan Saadi, the glory of Persepolis civilization, and its hospitable people. In arranging this romantic piece, we have sought to reflect the beauties of these friendly people.