Amir Hemmati

Maker of Persian musical instruments

Part 1

Part 2


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Can't see the works

by fussygorilla on

The page comes up blank. Is it on youtube? Youtube is banned where we live. Any help?

p.s. My husband who is a retired university professor (in U.S.), as a lover of music including classical Iranian, made about 20 Zarbs as a hobby each more perfect than the other with different types of wood and in a variety of ways for putting the pieces together.  We still have about 4 or 5 left. I wish I knew how to post a photo, being a novice in this internet stuff.


پیر بشی‌ استاد.


هنر نزد ایرانیان است و بس.


A true artist

by capt_ayhab on

Pure and simple



Never had the chance to hold one in my hand,

by didani on

it must be heavy being made from walnut. His creation is the love child of art and technology. I want to put an order for one (but made with synthetic leather), not a musician but will use it as a beautiful sculpture! Dastetoon dard nakoneh Ostad.


thanks for watching it

by mehrdadm on

i am glad you enjoyed it

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I couldn't stop watching

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

This is great. Thank you so much mehrdad. We must treasure these talents. Basic music appreciation has declined worldwide. No wonder there is so much war and depression. This is the stuff to focus on and turn to.


Damet Garm

by divaneh on

Kheili Sallari. You are wrong. There are a lot of people who highly value individuals like you. Very good production. Thanks mehrdadm for posting.