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Sadegh Nojouki

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Birth name  Sadegh Nojouki
Role  Composer
Name  Sadegh Nojouki
Years active  1970–present
Origin  Tehran, Iran

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Born  21 January 1950 (age 65) (1950-01-21)
Genres  Iranian music Iranian classic, Iranian pop
Occupation(s)  Musician, composer, arranger, pianist
Similar People  Leila Kasra, Farid Zaland, Hayedeh, Mohammad Heydari, Sattar

Sadegh Nojouki-صادق نوجوکی

Sadegh Nojouki (Persian: صادق نوجوکی‎‎, born January 21, 1950 Tehran, Iran) is the most significant Persian Pop and Classical musician, composer, songwriter, arranger, conductor and pianist. He introduced a new musical genre in Persian music by scientific composing of Persian traditional music with classic and pop music. He also writes the most memorial and dramatic musical notes for String Instruments. He is also the pioneer iranian musician who had used String Orchestra and Piano in persian pop music. He composed and arranged many songs for popular Persian pop singers including Hayedeh, Sattar, Homeyra, Mahasti, Moein, Dariush, Omid, Martik, Vigen, and Morteza.


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