دماوندیه - از محمد تقی بهار با صدای ایرج گرگین

Tapesh
by Tapesh
15-Jan-2012
 

جمعه ۲۳ دی ماه ۱۳۹۰ برابر با ۱۳ ژانویه ۲۰۱۲ صدای آرام و دلنشین ایرج گرگین برای همیشه خاموش شد، در بیمارستانی در ویرجینیای آمریکا، فرسنگها دور از وطن.

 


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Fatollah

a familiar face indeed

by Fatollah on

unfortunately we Iranians only see our own history in terms black or white! ref. accounts/writings by Taghizadeh and or Foroughi. but, we never learn! without doubt he was a geniune patriot, an adventurous character! may he rest in peace.   


anglophile

Dear Fatollah

by anglophile on

Thank you, I am pleased you liked it. It belongs to one of the most patriotic cultural and political figures of 20th century Iran who not only  loved his country passionately but also was known to be an anglophile. One can be a patriot and at the same admire commendable traits in other people and nations. I hold endless respect and admiration for the man in that photopgraph. His name: Seyyed Hassan Taghizadeh.    You may read about his rich and colourful life here:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hassan_Taqizadeh

anglophile

Apologies Ali jan

by anglophile on

Thanks for correction. :)


Fatollah

anglophile

by Fatollah on

this avatar of yours I like!.


Ali P.

anglophile jaan

by Ali P. on

"کوچه" نادرپور کدام است؟

منظور "کوچه" مشیری بود؟


anglophile

خداش رحمت کند

anglophile


صدای خوبی داشت ولی بیشتر به درد "کوچه" نادرپور میخورد تا دماواندیه بهار و دو سه جا هم اشتباه تلفظی داشت مثل نی نی  

maziar 58

Merci Tapesh

by maziar 58 on

for putting an old voice of our Rdio Iran.

khoda biyamorzad hame raftegan ra.

Maziar


maziar 58

Merci Tapesh

by maziar 58 on

for putting an old voice of our Rdio Iran.

khoda biyamorzad hame raftegan ra.

Maziar


maziar 58

Merci Tapesh

by maziar 58 on

for putting an old voice of our Rdio Iran.

khoda biyamorzad hame raftegan ra.

Maziar


Mehrban

Thank you Tapesh!

by Mehrban on

This is one of my favorite poems and this is a beautiful reading by Mr. Gorgin.  I did not know that the poem was called Damavandieh and not Damavand.