Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Abolhasan Saba

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Origin  Tehran, Iran
Name  Abolhasan Saba
Genres  Persian music
Role  Musician
Occupation(s)  composer
Died  December 19, 1957
Instruments  violin, setar

Abolhasan Saba FileAbolhasanSabajpg Wikimedia Commons
Born  April 15, 1902 (1902-04-15)
Similar People  Faramarz Payvar, Hossein Tehrani, Ruhollah Khaleqi, Homayoun Khorram, Ali Tajvidi

Abolhasan saba and faramarz payvar goftegoo


Abol Hasan Sabā (April 15, 1902 - December 19, 1957) (Persian: ابوالحسن صبا‎‎) was a renowned Iranian composer, violinist, and setar player.

Contents

Abolhasan Saba Abolhasan Saba WhatsUpIran

Persian music nasim saba by abolhasan saba kianoosh shahnazi


Biography

Abolhasan Saba httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu

He was born in Tehran to Abul Qasim Khan Kamal ol-Saltaneh, son of Mohammad Jafar Khan Sadr ol-Hekma, son of Mahmud Khan Kashi Malak ol-Shoara Sadr ol-Shoara Saba ol-Shoara, son of Mohammad Hossain Khan Malak ol-Shoara. He studied several of Iranian and non Iranian musical instruments and became an Ostad in Radif, but selected violin and setar as his specific instruments. He was a student of Mirza Abdollah as well as Darvish Khan.

Abolhasan Saba Featured Biography gt Ostad Abolhasan Saba

Saba is considered one of Iran's most influential figures in traditional and instrumental Persian music.

Notable Pupils

Abolhasan Saba

Amongst his many students who went on to become great masters of Persian traditional music were Faramarz Payvar, Manoochehr Sadeghi, Habibollah Badiei, Rahmatollah Badiyi, Abbas Emadi, Ali Tajvidi, Mahmoud Tajbakhsh, Sassan Sepanta, Saeid Gharachorloo, Parviz Yahaghi, Dariush Safvat, Gholam-Hossein Banan and Hossein Tehrani.

He died in 1957 and was buried in Tehran's Zahir o-dowleh Cemetery of artists and musicians.

References

Abolhasan Saba Wikipedia


Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L