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Seyed Khalil AaliNezhad

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Sahneh, Kermānshāh, Iran (1957 – 2001)

Seyed Khalil Âli-Nejâd (Persian: سید خلیل عالی‌نژاد) was born in 1957 in Sahneh, Kermānshāh, Iran. He was a great master of the spiritual instrument and is now recognized as one of the best Tanbur players ever known. His father, decedent Sayed Shahmorad Ali-Nejad, was a Tanbur player.
Seyed Khalil started his Tanbur lessons with Seyed Nader Taheri and followed his studies under supervisions of Seyed Amrollah Shah Ebrahimi, Dervish Amir Hayati, and Master Abedin Khademi. In that period he was the leader of the “Sahneh” Tanbur players group. He finished his academic studies in the 1970s from The Art University of Tehran with a thesis titled “Tanbur: from the very beginning till now”. In the early decade of the 80th the Tanbur Shams group was established by Keikhosro Pour Nazeri and he joined to that group. Obtained of co-working with Sahms Tanbur group was solo and answer of lasting singing of Seyed Khalil in the cassette of “Sedaye Sokhane Eshgh” which was published by Shahram Nazeri’s Singing.
In the mid of the 80th Seyed Khalil formed Baba Taher Ensemble and members of that group published a cassette which is called “Zemzemeie Ghalandari”. In the 1992 Seyed Khalil went to Tehran for burial ceremony of decedent Ahmad Ebadi and never returned to his fatherland.
After staying several years in Tehran eventually he left the homeland and migrated to Sweden. The cause of that migration is not clearly known yet but ultimately there was the place of murder of Seyed Khalil.

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