Mohammad zaroni :Traditional Iranian music, which is also known as authentic Iranian music, classical Iranian music, and instrumental music, including instruments, songs, and songs, has flowed hand in hand among the people of Iran since years before Christ until today, and what is more pleasant, It has been simpler and more understandable, it is available today. A large part of Central Asia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the Republic of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkey, and Greece is influenced by this music, and each of them has had an impact on the formation of this music. “Barbad” and “Nakisa” and “Ramtin” can be mentioned among the musicians or, in other words, musicians in ancient Iran. Authentic Iranian music is one of the oldest musical styles from ancient times to the present day. As in the distant past, many famous artists have appeared in the history of contemporary Iran and each of them has taken an effective step in the elevation and vibrancy of this original music.
Also, “Original Music Rows” was registered as the first independent file of Iran in the Intangible World Heritage List in October 2008.
Mohammad zaroni : One of the most important Khuniya stamps (music) in the world; It should be mentioned what was left in “Tepe Chaghamish” of Dezful, which was found in 1961-1966 AD. This 3400-year-old seal painting; It shows the appearance of Rameshgaran’s goat. In this ancient bazam, a group of musicians can be seen, each of whom is playing music. The way these musicians play and sit shows that they are the world’s first orchestra. In this group of Rameshgaran, we see that one musician plays the harp, the other plays the trumpet, and the other plays the tinbak. The fourth Rameshgar is a singer who sings “Avaz”. Also, in this ancient night, we see Azadeh sitting on a carpet and being received. We know miners like these in Elam in the 27th century BC and from the time of the kingdom of “Pozuz in Shushinak” in Susa. From this time, there are seals and signs that show that many miners lived in Iran. At this time, playing the harp has spread a lot and this instrument is one of the creations of Iranians. We have a picture in our hand and we know that the tar was played in the kingdom of “Shokal Mah Ho” and since the 17th century BC in Iran. By finding a carving in Ilam, we still know that Iranian miners; They played the tambourine along with the harp. In this carving, it can also be seen that among the 11 miners; They play 8 tones of harp, 2 tones of reeds and one tone of dhal. 15 women singers are seen among the crowd clapping. It should be added that many of these examples have been seen throughout Iran. With the help of archeology, we know from Lorestan and Ilam that tar has been played in this part of Iran since the 9th century BC. In other parts of Iran and since 559 BC, pottery has been found in the Silk Hill of Kashan and Marvdasht, with a scene of trampling and hand-slapping painted on them.