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while it was unusual to see Ostâd play for more than twenty minutes - the density of his playing and the impact of his music were too intense to exceed that threshold - the pieces on this disc create the impression of a continuous performance in that they follow one another in the most natural way possible, beginning with slow, solemn, majestic or sorrowful pieces (With low fifth-chords) and ending with dance tunes that suggest joy and ecstasy. Although these pieces were extracted from different performances, the first two follow each other in a logical way due to their modal similarity.
The key idea that governs this whole selection is that of narration - not the narration of events, but that of the fundamental states of the soul: loss, nostalgia, separation, as well as union and return. The primary emotion or the original trauma is that of separation and exile. The epic of the soul begins with a painful entry into the dimensions of time and space, one that is inseparable from the nostalgia of a time, before time, a space beyond space.
CD 1 tracks: 1. Tarz-e Yâri Suite, 2. Sâru Khâni Suite, 3. Tan Amiri, 4. Pâkotaki Suite.
CD 2 tracks: 1. FARANGI, 2. HAFT KHÂN-E ROSTAM SUITE & TARZ SUITE, 3. SONGS, 4. SHÂH HOSEYNI SUITE (Part Two), 5. HAL PARKA.
Pieces are recorded at Ostâd Elâhi's House in 1964. The booklet is also written by Jean During and Shâhrokh Elâhi.