New Sitemap for Nasehpour Website

New Sitemap for Nasehpour Website


Last updated: 2014, December 18

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Persian Classical Music Lessons by Nasehpour Family
Site Map Page 1 – Generated by
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Persian Iranian Music Instruments for Sale
Persian Iranian Music Instruments for Sale
Iranian Daf for Sale
Iranian Kamancheh for Sale
Iranian Santoor for Sale
Iranian Setar for Sale
Iranian Tar for Sale
Iranian Tonbak for Sale
Links and Sitemap
Iranian Barbat for Sale
Iranian Dayere for Sale
Iranian Qeychak for Sale
Iranian Kamancheh for Sale
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Master Vocalist Ostad Nasrollah Nasehpour
Articles by Dr. Peyman Nasehpour
Biography of Dr. Peyman Nasehpour
Contact Info of Dr. Peyman Nasehpour
We Love Mathematics
Hand drum Skype Lessons Tombak Dayereh Daf Courses and Workshops
Links and Resources
Nasrollah Nasehpour Meister der persischen Radif-Musik
Impact of Persian Music on Other Cultures and Vice Versa
A Brief History of Tonbak (Zarb)
Tombak (Persian Goblet Drum)
Zarb Dombak or Tonbak
Structure of Tombak (Zarb)
Tombak Expressions
Middle Eastern Rhythms
The Differences Among Tonbak, Darbouka and Djembe
Tombak Players of the Past
The Strokes and Roll Techniques of the Tonbak
Ostad Nasser Farhangfar
Styles of Tonbak Playing in Classical Persian Music
The Many Names of the Doumbek (Goblet Drums)
Learn How to Play the Doumbek via Skype Lessons
Tonbak and Daf, the Two National Drums of Iran (Persia)
The Skin and Wood of the Tonbak, Ghaval and Daf
Frame Drums in Asia, North Africa and East Europe
Learn How to Play Frame Drums via Skype or ooVoo
Dohol and Related Cylindrical Drums
Kettledrums of Persia (Iran) and other countries
Ghaval (Gaval) — Azerbaijani Frame Drum
Persian Daf the Spiritual Frame Drum
Cylindrical Drums: Naghara Nagara Doli Dhol Baraban
Indian Percussion Instruments
Famous Tabla Players
A Brief Introduction to Tabla and Indian Tals
The State of Iranian Drumming in Internet
About The State of Percussion Music in Iran
Teentaal The King of Indian Taals
About the Taals Ektaal and Dadra
Tihai Mathematics in Indian Rhythm System
Persian Dance
Interview with Peyman Nasehpour, Iranian Drummer
Forlornness of percussion instruments in Iran
Interview with Persian Musician Peyman Nasehpour
A Brief About Time, Rhythm and Drums
About Child Drumming: How to Teach Drums to Children
Learn How to Play the Tombak via Skype or ooVoo
İran Klasik Mûsikîsinin ses ve redif üstadı Nasrollah Nasehpour
Santoor Skype Lessons Santour Santur Hammered Dulcimer
Impact of Persian Music on Flamenco Music
Ostad Abdollah Davami Founder of Persian Vocal Radif Repertoire
Great Master of Tar: Ostad Ali Akbar Khan Shahnazi
Ostad Saeed Hormozi Master of Persian Setar
Ostad Hossein Tehrani: Father of Modern Tonbak
Ostad Abdollah Anwar
Persian Vocalist Ghamar-ol-Moluk Vaziri
Ostad Hengameh Akhavan Famous Iranian Female Vocalist
Master Kamancha Player Habil Aliyev
Pandit Prabhakar V. Patwardhan the Direct Student of Ustad Ahmedjaan Thirkwar
Pandit Nayan Ghosh Master of Tabla and Sitar
Azerbaijani (Azeri) Music
Persian Musical Instruments Skype Lessons
Kamancheh (Kamanche): The Persian Spike Fiddle
Tanbour the ancient long-necked lute of Persia (Iran)
The Role of Armenians in Persian Music
Arab Music in Khuzestan Province of Iran (Persia)
Combinatorial Commutative Algebra: Prof. Dr. Winfried Bruns
Mathematical Publications Dr. Peyman Nasehpour
About the words Iran, Iranian, Persia, Persian, Fars and Farsi
Persian Culture and Culturally Related Persian Countries
Persian Calligraphy and Ostad Amirkhani Iranian Calligrapher
Iranian / Persian Mathematics
Learn to Speak Persian Farsi Language via Skype Lessons
No War on Iran
Dr. Peyman Nasehpour: Mathematiker und Musikerer
Tombak Dayereh Daf Unterricht Online Trommelunterricht via Skype
Wise Sayings About Life
Percussion, Music, Art and Other Interesting Links

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Posted by on December 19, 2014 in peyman nasehpour, Iran


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Nasehpour’s new website with a new design

We are happy to launch Nasehpour’s new website with a new design:

Nasehpour Family

Peyman and his Tonbak

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Posted by on December 14, 2014 in peyman nasehpour


Beautiful Kurdish Music by Sahargahan Ensemble

In the following, you may listen to the beautiful music of ancient Iran (Kurdish music). The name of this great vocal piece is “Hay Gerdûn”.

The Iranian female vocalist is Maryam Shahbazi, a student of a famous Iranian female singer, Afsaneh Rasaei.

The conductor of Sahargahan ensemble is the Iranian Kurdish tanbour player, Heydar Kaki, a student of master tanbour player, Ali Akbar Moradi.

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Posted by on December 5, 2014 in peyman nasehpour


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American tourist having fun in Iran

American tourist, Monica, has had fun in Iran, ISNA reported:

Her blog has some interesting posts about Iran:


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Posted by on November 25, 2014 in peyman nasehpour


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The Ohm-Rush content function

Neil Epstein and Jay Shapiro continue their study on the content function and the five types of algebras with respect to this function, i.e. content algebra, weak content algebra, semicontent algebra, Gaussian algebra and finally Ohm-Rush algebra. Refer to

My PhD Thesis that I wrote under the supervision of Prof. Winfried Bruns was on content algebras (cf. and one of the concepts that I introduced in my thesis was Gaussian algebra. I re-introduced the concept of Gaussian algebra in my recent paper that was about Badawi-Anderson conjecture:

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Posted by on May 14, 2014 in peyman nasehpour


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Mohammad Reza Lotfi dies at 68

The very great master of Persian tar, setar and kamancheh and radif repertoire and a pioneer in Persian music passes away on May, 2nd, 2014 after suffering of cancer for a while.

The news in Persian:

Photo resource:

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Posted by on May 2, 2014 in peyman nasehpour


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Danish mathematician Hans-Bjørn Foxby passed away

Danish mathematician and professor of commutative algebra in University of Copenhagen, Professor Hans-Bjørn Foxby, passed away on 09 April 2014. According to the Mathematics Genealogy Project, he was a student of Christian Ulrik Jensen and he supervised PhD thesis of some mathematicians such as Dmitri Apassov, Lars Winther Christensen, Anders Juel Frankild, Esben Bistrup Halvorsen, Henrik Holm, Peter Jørgensen and Siamak Yassemi.

Professor Siamak Yassemi was supervisor of my MSc thesis in 1999 and he invited me to be a local organizer for the workshop on “homological methods in commutative algebra” at IPM in 2002. In this workshop a couple of important pioneers of commutative algebra attended and one of them was the late Professor Hans-Bjørn Foxby who was actually one of the main organizers of this workshop.

I convey my sincerest condolences to his family, friends and commutative algebra community.


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Posted by on April 11, 2014 in peyman nasehpour


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