Mashayekhi was born in Tehran in 1940. After graduating from the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, he went to Utrecht, the Netherlands, to study electronic and computer music, and attended lectures by Gottfried Michael Koenig.
Mashayekhi's music circulates between a range of styles and genres, from classical compositions inspired by Persian rhythms and Iranian folk music that incorporate meditated repetition and polyphony, to atonal compositions, to works for tape and live electronics that combine traditional Iranian and Western instruments. Mashayekhi calls his compositional practice "Meta-X," referring to the sonic multiplicities present in his work (as contradictions of tonal/atonal, improvised/pre-defined, Persian/non-Persian) that unify within a single musical piece.
was an Iranian composer and Musician. He studied Horn at the Tehran Conservatory of Music and basic composition with Parviz Mahmoud, Hannaneh and Mahmoud were the true founder of Tehran Symphony Orchestra. For a short period he was the principal conductor of this orchestra in 1953 to 1955s. Hannaneh also studied composition in Italy and after his return to Iran he established Farabi Orchestra in Radio Tehran in 1963s. He won the first prize of (International Rostrum of Composers), 6–11 June 1966 "House of UNESCO", Paris.
Seyyed Mohammad Reza Kurdestani , surnamed Mirzadeh Eshghi (December 20, 1273 - July 12, 1303) was an Iranian poet, journalist, author and playwright of the constitutional period and editor of the 20th century magazine , who was assassinated during the prime ministership of Reza Shah , by the order of the head of the administration of Nazmiyah (Shahrbani) at that time. . He is considered one of the most important poets of the constitutional era who used the element of national identity to create motivation and awareness among the masses. He is considered the creator of the first Iranian opera .
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