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Ahmad Ashourpour

Ahmad Ashourpour

Ahmad Ashourpour


Ahmad Ashourpour Gilaki folk singer was born in 18th of Bahman 1296 in Ghaziyan, Bandar Anzali. He graduated from the Faculty of Agriculture, Tehran University in in Agricultural Engineering, and begun singing Gilaki songs amateurishly, but later in 1322 by help of "Abol-Hassan Saba" for performing some programs found his way to the radio, and between the years 1325 to 1327 and 1336 until 1338 cooperated with the radio. Ashourpour is accounted as Classical and folk singer that although he sings in Gilaki Read more on Last.fm
Ahmad Ashourpour Gilaki folk singer was born in 18th of Bahman 1296 in Ghaziyan, Bandar Anzali. He graduated from the Faculty of Agriculture, Tehran University in in Agricultural Engineering, and begun singing Gilaki songs amateurishly, but later in 1322 by help of "Abol-Hassan Saba" for performing some programs found his way to the radio, and between the years 1325 to 1327 and 1336 until 1338 cooperated with the radio. Ashourpour is accounted as Classical and folk singer that although he sings in Gilaki, but he studied music scientifically. Ahmad Ashourpour has collaborated with Morteza Mahjoubi, Hossein Tehrani and Ruhollah Khaleghi.

In the early 80s his work was collected and along his memories was published in a book entitled "Aftab Kheezan, Darya Toufan". Ahmad Ashourpour famous Songwriter and folk singer of Gilan's songs, died at age ninety on Sunday 22nd pf Dey 1386. Ashourpour with the knowledge of Western music, placed musical notes of waltz song along the folk songs which remains in the memories. Read more on Last.fm.

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