Instrument and secret

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician. Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician.
Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician. Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician.
Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician. Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician.
Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician. Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician.
Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician. Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.

The project was undertaken in memory of an Iranian maestro musician.
Showing traditional musical instruments such as these on television in Iran has been banned since the revolution in 1978. Despite there being hundreds of private music schools and colleges that teach Iranian classical music in the country, and that people can go to concerts, because television is by far the most popular media, it means that in reality the majority of people, and especially the country’s younger generation, have little knowledge or understanding of these beautiful instruments and the sound of their music.