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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

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دعا برای برآوردن حاجتهای خوب (انشاالله همه چیز به خوبی پیش برود و مشکلی بوجود نیایید)

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وسلام علیکم و رحمت الله و برکاته

HAVE GOOD INTENTIONS, MAKE NIYAT (INTENTION), DO ABOLUTION, SAY IN THE NAME OF GOD, MOST COMPASSIONATE MOST MERCIFUL, PLAY MUSIC AND PRAY EVERYTHING TO GO ALRIGHT, SAY AMEEN!



Art created to help perfect and elevate the human soul and humanity by teaching beauty



The following are notes taken from Dr. Safvat & Morteza Varzi from the Center for Preservation and Propagation of Iranian Music. Some credit Dr. Safvat with saving traditional music from obliteration in the 1970s. Dr. Safvat himself claims the person who had the most influence on his life and music was Ostad Elahi, a Persian judge, philosopher, theologian and master musician. In March 2005, he received "Ordre des Arts et des Lettres" granted by the French government. He was a student of Abolhasan Saba.

Shur
Mood: burning, pining, sympathetic, sorrowful, tender, consoling
Color: red
Element: fire


The mode Shur is caracterized by burning and pining; it is sympathetic, sorrowful, tender, consoling while it represents intensity and concentration. The word shur itself means 'passion'. Its color is red and its element is fire.

Its time is from morning on until noon and its mystic connotation is tariqat (the mystical path). Shur is considered as the 'mother of modes' The modal scale of Shur us G Ap Bb C Dp Eb F G with altered notes in modulated sectios such as Shahnaz and Bayat-e-Kord. Shur expresses burning passion, waves of love and romance in general with all its joys and sorrows. The musical interpretation of Shr can be said to portray the emotional intensity of seperation from the beloved.

Avaz-e Abu Ata
Mood: meloncholy, moving
Color: purple or bright coffee color
Element: earth


Abu Ata is melancholy and moving. Its color is purple or bright coffee color and its element is earth. Its time is noon until 4 p.m. and it mystic connotation ranges from shariat (the religious law) to tariqat. Abu Ata expresses experience of past love in an older wiser way with higher expectations. The modal scale of Abu Ata is G Ap Bb C D Eb F G with an altered E in Oshshaq.

Bayat-e-Tork
Mood: nostalgic, religious
Color: black
Element: earth


Bayat-e Tork is nostalgic, meditative and religious. Its color is black and its element earth. Its time is from noon to 4 p.m and its mystic connotation ranges from shariat (the law) to tariqat. Certain gushe of Tork are used for Islamic religious chants such as the azan. The song text for the masnavi section at the end of Tork, which is sung in the masnavi section of other modes as well, exemplifies the philosophy of Sufism. It is the story of the reed called nei name, in which the reed represents man and the wind is spirit emanating from a divine source. The reed is also the flute whose sorrowful song tells of mans longing to be reunited wit his divine source. Tork expresses only spiritual love and the love of nature. The modal scale of Tork is F G Ab Bb C D Eb F with an altered D and A in Shekaste.

Dashti
Mood: harrowing, plaintive
Color: brown
Elements: earth


Dashti is harrowing and plaintive. Its color is brown and its element is earth. Its time is from noon to 4 p.m. and its mystic connotation ranges from shariat to tariqat. Many of the folksongs of the nothern area, the Caspian coast in particular, are in Dashti (as is the gushe Deilaman at the end of Dashti). The ame of the gushe Gilaki refers to the western Caspian province of Gilan. Dashti expresses the oneand only love of a young person, the complaint, whining and pining of the lovelorn. The modal scale of Dashti is G Ap Bb C D(p) Eb F G with an altered E and A in 'Oshashaq'. The 2nd note above the tonic shifts from natural to semiflat, natural usually when melodic passages go upwards and semiflat when they descend. Tis gives te mode Dashti a special plaintive tinge.

Afshari
Mood: pain, sorrow, seperation
Color: burnt brown
Element: earth


Afshari expresses sorrow, seperation and metaphysical depth. Its color is burnt brown and it element earth. Its time is from noon to 4 p.m. and its mystic connotation ranges from Shariat to Tariqat. Afshari expresses temporary complaints of love, fear of losing it, love in its more metaphysical character. The modal scale of Afshari is F G Ap Bp C D(p) Eb F with option of an altered E and A in Araq.

Homayun
Mood: stately, noble, joyous, melancholy
Color: dark green
Element: flame


Homayun is stately, dignified, mobile, exstatic, joyous and melancholic. Its color is dark green and its element is flame. Its time is early morning and its mystic connotation haqiqat (spiritual truth). Homayun creates a royal atmosphere and expresses the complaints and crying of love ending in sorrow, as well as the greatness of love in its higher form. Wheras other modes portray ones own feelings of love, Homayun can express express others feelings of love. The description of the beloved reaces the divine in Homayun. The modal scale of Homayun is G Ap B C D Eb F G with an altered E, A and B in Oshshaq and Ozal, and an alterd D and E in Mansuri.

Isfahan
Mood: reflective, meditative
Color: light green
Element: light of fire


Isfahan is mystic, metaphysical, spiritual, profound, wise, reflective and meditative. Its color is light or turquoise green and its element is the light of fire. Its time is before sunrise and its mystic connotation is haqiqat. Isfahan expresses spiritual love, the sorrow of love and longing for past love. The modal scale of Isfahan is C D Eb F G Ap B C with the E and B altered in Oshshaq and Shah-Khatai.

Segah
Mood: pain, chagrin, sorrow culminating in hope
Color: dark lapis blue
Element: water


Segah expounds pain, chagrin and sorrow culminating in hope. Its color is dark lapis blue and its element is water. Its time is from late afternoon to sunset and its mystic connotation is tariqat. Segah expresses the past and the successes of love and its sorrows, culminating in hope. The modal scale of Segah is F G Ap Bb C Dp Eb F with an altered D and C in the Hesar and an altered Ab and Ep in the Mokhalef modulation near the end of the mode.

Chahargah
Mood: powerful, heroic, festive, wise, philosophical, profoundly moving
Color: yellow or gold
Element: steam


Chahargah is powerful, heroic, festive, exciting, wise, philosophical, profoundly moving and patriotic. Its color is yellow or gold and its element is steam. Its time is from 6 to 8 a.m. and its mystical connotation is tariqat. Chahargah is used to accompany the recitation of the heroic epic, the Shahname. Chahargah expresses the past of love as well as the joy of love and boasts of the success of love. The modal scale of Chahargah is C Dp E F G Ap B C with an altered D, E and F in Hesar.

Mahur
Mood: happy, gay, majestic, noble
Color: sky blue
Element: wind or breeze


Mahur is happy, gay, majestic and noble. Its color is sky blue and its element is wind or breeze. Its time is after sunset and its mystic connotation os shariat. The modal scale of Mahur is basically the major scale with alternate flats and semiflats in certain modulations. After its various metered and nonmetered melodic segments, its major and minor modulations, Mahur ends in the Saqiname, which, in the text celebrates the spiritual wine which causes the joy of spiritual intoxication. The modal scale of Mahur is C D E F G A B C with Ap and Bb in Delkash, Bb in Hesar, Ep and Bb in Shekaste, Ep or Ev in Araq, an Eb option and Ap in Rak and Ep F# and Bb in Sufiname.

Rastpanjgah
Mood: concentration
Color: light tan
Element: earth


Rastpanjgah, which resembles Mahur seems to set a mood conducive to thinking, concentration and enlightments. It is an intellectual mode which can be associated with logical reasoning. It brings to mind a light tan color. Its element is refined earth or dust. Its time seems to fit the late morning hours from about 8 until 10 a.m. and its mystic connotation is shariat. Rastpanjgah encompasses the emotions of the other modal systems and denotes mixture and expansion. The scale of Rastpanjgah is C D E(p) F G A B C with the option of Ep, Eb, Ap and Bb in various modulated sections such as Oshshaq, Zabol, Qarache, Araq and Rak.

Nava
Mood: peaceful, serene, sacred, admonitive
Color: transparent
Element: fire with wind


Nava is peaceful, serene, sacred and admonitive. Its color is transparent but might also be a pastel derived from red. Its element is fire with wind. Its time is late evenng and its mystic connotation marifat (gnosis). Nava expresses distant memories of past love, it can represent an experienced individual speaking of sorrow. The scale of Nava is D Ep F G A Bb C D with altered notes in modulated sections such as Nahoft, Neishaburak, Araq, Gavesht, Khojaste and Majosli. Poetry sung in Nava is philosophical. One gushe, Nahoft dates back to Sasanin times and is cited by Ibn Sina with the same scale.