Hossein Aslani Official Website


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481 Mitchell Drive Valley Cottage, NY 10989

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تعدادی از آثار

فراتر از تنهایی II (فیوژن) برای فلوت، چنگ، گیتار، و گروه نوآوران سنتی ایرانی (2010)
فراتر از تنهایی برای فلوت و پیانو (2010(
نقطه صفر برای پیانو (2010)
احساس نمادین برای فلوت،کلارینت،هورن،ترومپت،تیمپانی،گیتار کلاسیک و دو باس (2007)
کوارتت زهی شماره 1 - 2006
بریدج برای فلوت ویولن و ویلن سل - 2006
قطعه ای برای سازهای برنجی - 2005
قطعه ای برای کلارینت - 2005
قطعه ای برای فلوت - 2005
امید و ناامیدی برای پیانو - 2005
بریدج ایرانی - موسیقی الکترونیک - 2003
جهانی روشن - آوازی - 2003
قطعاتی برای پیانو و ارکستر-انجام شده توسط ارکستر بزرگ رادیو ایران-استدیو8 - 1971
22 قطعه برای خوانندگان ایرانی-ثبت شده در رادیو ایران - 1971-1964

Hossein Aslani was born in the Rasht’s village of Shahghaji of Gilan, Iran in 1936. After elementary education, he moved alone to Tehran. While completing his high school years and surviving for sustenance on labor intensive daily jobs, he entered the music world by mastering accordion.
Recommended by a close clarinet virtuoso friend the late Hossein Shahverdi, he entered the international conservatory of music in Tehran in Vahdat Hall in 1958. He was trained under the tutelage of renowned western classical music scholars of the era in piano by Tatania Kharatian, music theory and solfeggio by Feredun Farzaneh, and harmony and orchestration by Houshang Ostovar. Hossein Aslani was also invited to join the national radio Iran as a composer, arranger and pianist in 1965.
In an era when Pop music was still regarded as an artistic classic genre, Aslani was instrumental in popularizing it among the youth in particular, through his innovative polyphonic and independent melodic lines. He employed wind instrument ensembles, electric guitar and percussion. This was manifest through performances by the late vocalist Mohammad Nouri and many other singers of the era during 1968-71. Concurrently, with his professional endeavors, he has tirelessly continued piano instructions since 1960. Aslani’s first written composition was a piece for piano and orchestra, conducted by Feredun Shahbazian, and performed by the Grand National Radio Orchestra in 1971.
This popular notoriety prompted Aslani’s involuntary emigration to New York U. S. A. and his trials and tribulations that followed in a foreign land. Committed for life to contemporary music as anchored on his intrinsic affinity and love for music, he earned his master’s degree in music composition from the State University of New York Conservatory of Music specializing in contemporary music and orchestration. His lifelong cooperation with his university mentors as Professors Dary John Mizelle and Joel Thome for 20th century harmony, Suzanne Farrin for music literature and critique, Steven Lubin for classic, Brady Brookshire and Stuart Isakoff for music analysis as perceived by the musicians and listeners, has continued.
His work has remained most inspired by the folkloric music of Gilan and other regions of his motherland Iran, combined with nostalgic melancholy of his early years as well as his extensive research of the works of renowned Master contemporary composers Charles Ives, Aaron Copland, Igor Stravinsky John cage, Bella Bartok, Leonard Bernstein and Houshang Ostovar. Aslani’s unique approach to contemporary music is deemed progressive; nonetheless, emanated from noble well rooted origins. This has thus far yielded a number of pieces and proses that are multidimensional and unimaginable at times.
Hossein Aslani’s firm belief in humanity and community, nurtured by his beloved mother Gilaneh, is heralded through his lifelong philanthropy, altruism and voluntarism.