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Maryam Habibi Tabar & Alireza Gharakhani

Deliberation on music in Persian culture

(Volume 85 - Année 2016 — Actes de colloques — Special edition)
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In order to perceive Persian- Islamic music, it is primarily better to study on recognition of human based on aesthetics and nature of art and position of music in arts. With respect to importance of impact of music on Persian- Islamic music in this article, authors have examined position of music in Islam. Then, way of formation and effect of music as well as relationship among Islamic wisdom and music has been explored. Initially, authors analyzed definitions and approaches about music in order to achieve better to perceive concept music wisdom in Islamic civilization. Following this trend, position of music has been examined in mysticism, philosophy, and aesthetic topics. Methodology of this study is of descriptive- analytical type. This subject has been explored in this essay by virtue of presented evidences and comparative researches.

With respect to the given results, it can be expressed that the art may characterize music and internal harmony and rhythm of music is similar to rhythm and harmony in world of being. Music has achieved aesthetics and sense from the soul inspired by God and its perfection is a part of reflection from divine beauty.

Keywords : aesthetics, islamic civilization, music, nature of art, wisdom of music

To cite this article

Maryam Habibi Tabar & Alireza Gharakhani, «Deliberation on music in Persian culture», Bulletin de la Société Royale des Sciences de Liège [En ligne], Volume 85 - Année 2016, Actes de colloques, Special edition, 1350 - 1359 URL :

About: Maryam Habibi Tabar

Master of Science student, Department of Architecture, Savad koh Branch, Islamic Azad University, Savadkoh, Iran.

About: Alireza Gharakhani

Professor, department of Architecture, Savadkoh, Savadkoh Branch,  Islamic Azad University, Iran.