Vocals : Jenab Damavandi & Hossein Ali Nakisa
Tar : Mirza Asadollah Atabaki , Mirza Hoseyn Qoli
Morteza Neydavoud , Ali Akbar Shahnazi
Kamanche : Hoseyn Khan Esmailzade
Violin : Ebrahim Mansouri
Jenab Damavandi (1871-1980)
Born around 1870, Jenab Damavandi was the attending singer and prayer-caller to `Eyn-od-Dowleh (the prime minister to Mozaffareddin Shah of Qajar Dynasty). He collaborated with Aqa Hoseyn Qoli, and to follow his master's recommendation recorded twice with Ali-Akbar Shahnazi as accompanist. As a religious singer he was the pupil of Seyyed Ja`far Lahiji (also the master of Aref Qazvini). He then went to Esfahan and was taught by Seyyed Rahim, the great song master of his period. He passed away in 1980.
Hoseyn-Ali Nakisa (1882-1976)
Born in 1882 in Tarkhoran, Tafresh, Nakisa studied with his father, a religious singer of ta`zieh in Tekiyeh Dowlat. He premiered in the role of Hazrat Sakineh, along with Seeyed Ahmad Khan as Hazrat Abbas. Afterwards he went to study radif and gushehs with Mirza Baba and gave concerts with Ali-Akbar Shahnazi and Hoseyn Hang-Afarin in Okhovvat Society where he was a member. A friend of Rahi Mo`ayyeri, he recorded a song program in Avaz-e Afshari with Morteza Mahjubi as piano player. He died in 1976.