“I remember listening to traditional Persian music (museghi-ye sonnati). This music is the indigenous music of Iran, despite the fact that it is likewise performed and sustained in Persian-speaking nations, for example, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. It has antiquated associations with traditional Indian music, just as later ones to Arabic and Turkish modular music,” reminisced Ebi.

Ebrahim Hamedi is mostly known as his stage name as "Ebi" to his huge number of fans all over the world. Ebi's staggeringly incredible voice has set him up as a Legendary Iranian Singer for the ages. All through his five decades of the profession, Ebi has released more than 30 albums and nearly 100 singles, performed sold-out shows over the world, and persistently released an interminable series of hits, rising above Ebi's fan base through 3 generations of Iranians around the world.

His unbelievably veritable association with his fans has made him something beyond a Pop Icon, a symbol of freedom for his people. His dynamic position against political injustice, abuse of women, and consistent philanthropic desire has consistently been Ebi's "banner," unmistakably evident in his music just as well as in all parts of his life.

Since the Islamic transformation, Ebi's music has been deemed illicit to play in Iran, yet his crowd is ever developing, both inside and outside of his birth country. This is showed by fifty years of touring the globe, performing for a huge number of fans, selling out probably the most renowned venues on the planet, including Royal Albert Hall, Microsoft Theater L. A Live, Wembley Stadium, Sydney Opera House, Air Canada Center, Globen, Cologne Arena, Sony Center Toronto, Queen Elizabeth Theater, Greek Theater Los Angeles, and numerous more. Below, the incredible music artist reflects upon the magnificence of Iranian music and what makes it so alluring.

Iranian music is top-notch craftsmanship that fuses performance as well as the science and theory of music and sound. It is, along these lines, an assemblage of knowledge, encoding a method of knowing the world and being.

The traditional poetry and music of Iran desire to make a threshold space, a zone of secret, a psycho-enthusiastic territory of affliction, despairing, melancholy, death, and misfortune, yet in addition of ecstasy, bliss, and hope.

Iranians have tasted a lot of sufferings throughout their history and are wary about being deprived of their identity, and a glimpse of all those sufferings are somehow evident in his music.

Tradition Persian music matters in this setting of raising hostility since it is a rich, creative work of art, still living and treasured. It ties Iranians in a mutual culture that comprises the credible life of individuals and the nation, instead of the contrived image of Iran shown in Western media that starts and finishes with mere politics.

“Iranian music is completely soulful music, associated not in form but rather in profoundness with artists. In the Persian custom, music isn't just for joy, yet it has a transformative reason. Sound is intended to impact a change in the audience's consciousness, to bring them into a spiritual state (hāl), which explains why Iranian music is just so magnificent. Through the lyrics and composition the audience get a glimpse of the current times” says Ebi.

“National and cultural identity for Iranians is set apart by a feeling of having a tradition, of being rooted in ancient origins, and of carrying something of incredible cultural importance from past generations, to be safeguarded for the future as the vault of information and wisdom. This valuable thing in the form of music that is passed on continues,” says Ebi.

Iran's traditional music conveys messages of magnificence, delight, distress, and love from the core of the Iranian individuals to the world. These messages are not just of a national character, yet universally human, though arched by Iranian history and mentality. “This is the reason traditional Persian music should be known to the world. Since the time its songs initially pierced through my ears while making its way directly to my heart, since the time it started to move me to places of spirits years back, I've contemplated whether it could likewise nourish the heart and souls of other humans, across the gulf of language, history and time, after all, music is without borders,” concludes Ebi.

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