Mr. Saeed Rahmany, our popular and famous singer, explained about classical music

Are works that were created in the classical period. The period that began with Hayden after the Baroque and ended with Beethoven reached the Romantic period and lasted from about 1750 to 1810.

The second category: works that were not created in that particular period, but evoke the same music. When one listens to Bach, one does not say that one listens to Baroque music, or one who listens to Schoenberg does not say that one listens to modern expressionist music.

Some define classical music as serious music. But is rock band music like Pink Floyd a joke ?! Aren’t the war music of the primitive tribes much more serious during the battle or before the battle than Mozart’s symphonies ?!

Some believe that classical music is a type of high-level music that only educated and knowledgeable people understand. This is also a false claim. In Tchaikovsky’s symphonies, for example, more than 100 instruments are played, but how can a person who has no musical education and no trained ear hear all the hundred instruments that play at least 5 melodic and rhythmic lines simultaneously, and realize that the harmonic process What is in this music is much more complex than other music!

Others call classical music art music. But what is the meaning of artistic music? If you mean superior music, read the previous paragraph again to answer it, and if you mean creative music, well, isn’t there creativity in the music of the Beatles ?!

Another group considers classical music to be orchestral music. While Chopin nocturnes play only one piano, they are also classical; Conversely, do not Metallica or Pink Floyd play with an orchestra? Have you ever seen an Iranian pop piece performed in a completely orchestral manner?

“We call classical music classical to be precise,” said Leonard Bernstein in his definition of classical music.

When the singer sings a piece, he sings a poem in a musical step with a certain arrangement. Now, for the convenience of the singer or musicians, they may change the که step that the singer has performed in the studio music and the music will be performed in a different step, or they may perform the piece with a different arrangement. Despite all these changes, we will still hear the same piece as before.


Hooman Pirveysi “ zirobam”, a successful singer and entrepreneur, talks about success

Hooman Zirobom with his real name Hooman Pirveysi, born on September 17, 1990, one of the successful entrepreneurs in Iran, the owner of the music company Zirobom, has mentioned some things in connection with success.

Certainly each of us has a different definition of success. But if we consider the common meaning of success, we must admit that the world of successful people is not always as happy and sweet as it seems from the outside.

Perhaps part of the root of this problem can be found in Dan Gilbert’s explanation of happiness: that our perception of success and the achievement of our goals and aspirations is different from what happens in practice, and that success seems to be a journey that In that dream, reaching the destination is sweeter than the experience of being in the destination city.

Success is the result of effort, but maintaining success still requires more effort. Something we usually forget. Sometimes, trying to stay successful takes so much energy and time that there is no opportunity to enjoy the experience of success.

Success has no stopping point

Maybe you, too, think of a day when you have a big house in your city and two big beach villas in the north and south of the country and maybe a few resorts abroad. Then read a classic wooden chair by the pool or seawater that can be sunbathed while sunbathing.

This dream scene can only be seen in movies. In the real world, failed and bankrupt people are more likely to experience such pleasure in silence and solitude!

Someone on the path to growth and success will probably need a wooden chair, a cell phone, a laptop, and the Internet. He probably can not be more than a few hours away from these devices. His dream is to be able to turn off his cell phone for a week or not take his laptop with him.

You will still find people who say that if they reach the desired level of success, they will not try too hard. They try to enjoy life. They accuse successful and wealthy people around them of greed and believe that their wealth is enough to support their next few generations. But they still can’t stop.

A distinction must be made between this desire to take one step further and perfectionism.

Perfectionism is a kind of undesirable behavior that can be corrected and modified. But dissatisfaction with the status quo is a personality trait that, by eliminating it, we become another person and no longer a former human being.

Doubts never go away

More and bigger success requires bigger #decisions. Bigger decisions mean more difficult choices. That is, setting aside large and valuable options in favor of options that seem larger and more valuable. If success was a prerequisite for choosing between a bad and a good option, everyone was successful. But success is the art of choosing between two options that look equally bad or equally good.

Or choosing the second option between the two options, in a situation where the general public considers the choice of the first option reasonable.

The moment of achieving the goals has an indescribable sweetness. But for us, the taste of this sweetness becomes very simple, simple and normal. That’s where we ask ourselves once again: Did I really want that?

Did I really want to study at this university?

Did I really want to immigrate to this country and start my own business here?

Did I really want an expensive car? Or did I want to strive for a higher social status?

Did I want to be the manager and owner of a big business? Or did I just not want to hear my supervisor nod?

Did I really want to work? Or did I just want to have a more active social presence?

Did I really want fame? Or was I looking for respect?

This list of verses never ends. Usually, on the path to success, we are so caught up in the effort and goal setting that we do not have the opportunity to think about the root of our aspirations. That is, questions of this kind, which must be asked in the first step of the journey, come before our eyes when we reach our destination.

Not everyone is happy with our success

It is unlikely that anyone would expect everyone to be happy with his success. Where such an atmosphere is formed, it is no longer the world and it can be called paradise.

But perhaps the most amazing common experience of successful people is changing the relationship of their friends with them. Those who felt by default should be happy with their success and growth.

We forget that people whose souls and minds have not grown and developed do not enjoy the growth of their friends, but only if they are still a little lower than them.

Many who pray for the wealth of the poor mean that the situation of the poor is a little better than it is. But if they are told that the situation of all the poor will be better than their own due to their prayers, they may reconsider their request!

Of course, the only reason for this behavior is not jealousy or short-sightedness. Sometimes, your greater success can call into question many of my justifications for not growing and not succeeding.

However, it is enough to search among the people who have climbed the ladder of growth and success to see that most of them have a common experience.

Success generally reduces our control over life

What is your weekend schedule?

Someone who has no job or position and is looking for work every day will probably say: he has no plan. It can’t have either. Because he has no money to spend.

Someone with little savings or a typical job position and income may be thinking about a trip, or maybe watching a movie in the movies, or maybe trying out a restaurant, or maybe having a small party.

Someone who is successful in the eyes of others (and by the standard of society) is likely to be more closed-minded.

It does not matter if his success is fame or fortune or power.

Powerful, he can not go anywhere, because there are always people who may threaten him and his power.

A celebrity can not go where he wants, because others will take his personal space from him.

Did we say all this to say that success is bad and should not be pursued? Certainly not.

But it seems that we must be careful that if we pursue success only on the basis of criteria that others know and measure, there will be many dangers and difficulties and bitterness in our path.


Nick Kamen, singer and iconic ’80s Levi’s commercial model, dies at 59

Model and singer Nick Kamen has died at the age of 59, according to multiple reports. There’s no information as to the cause of death available at this time.

The Essex-born star rose to fame at age 18, after he appeared in a Levi’s 501 commercial, filmed in a launderette in 1985, where he strips off down to his underwear to do laundry, while onlookers ogle. He soon became a sex symbol.

Kamen — whose real name was Ivor Neville Kamen — then caught the attention of queen of pop Madonna who had him record “Each Time You Break My Heart,” a track she’d originally penned for her album True Blue, but hadn’t ended up using. The song reached the top five on the U.K. charts. Madonna provided backing vocals on the track. Between 1987 and 1992, Kamen released four albums and enjoyed success with the song “I Promised Myself” in 1989.

Following the news of his death on Wednesday, his friend and fellow singer Boy George posted a tribute to Kamen on Instagram, writing, “R.I.P. to the most beautiful and sweetest man.” Kamen, vocalist and famous ’80s Levi’s business model, passes on at 59