Based on/ "When the Kid was a Kid" by Anahita Ghazvinizadeh (USA)
Music/"Ravayate yek Eshgh" by Shahrzad Beheshtian (Iran)
with"Historia De Un Amor" by Perdro Infante
An adaptation by Massod Vadiee (USA)
Graphics & Arts by Nahid Kazemi (Iran)
Research and Critical Comments by Rey Arteaga AfroLatin Music Critics (Texas)
Produced by Arden Zahedi-Bogucka (Uk)
A Dokumuzik Group Projekt, London, 2013
Anahita Ghazvinizadeh (b 1989, Tehran, Iran) is a filmmaker and writer. She received her BFA in cinema from the University of Tehran, and currently a graduate student in The School of Art Institute of Chicago. Ghazvinizadeh is influenced by his cinematic style. She recently won the 2013 Cinéfondation in Cannes 2013.
A short history of "Historia de um Amor" by Rey Arteaga Afro-Latin Musician and Critic ( Austin,Texas)
“Historia de Un Amor” is among the most popular love songs produced in the last seventy-five years and is a classic of the romantic bolero music repertoire. Composed by Panamanian Carlos Eleta Almaran (1918-2013) in 1955, and used for the soundtrack of the 1956 movie of the same title, “Historia de Un Amor” is a song inspired by the passing of his brother’s wife. This bolero, both lyrically and musically, powerfully evokes the feelings of love, loss, and longing that are representative of the familiar themes of this genre of Latin music. As such, it has become one of the most universally recorded and performed songs, popular with generations of audiences throughout Latin America, Europe and Asia.One of the most well-known renditions was recorded by legendary Mexican singer and film star Pedro Infante. The apex of the extraordinarily charismatic and talented Infante’s career was during the golden era of Mexican cinema, in the 1940s and 1950s, and tragically ended with Infante’s death, at age thirty-nine, in a plane crash in 1957. But in life, Infante did achieve international success and the adoration of the public, and was considered a star the level of that of his contemporaries Jorge Negrete, Édith Piaf, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, and Beny Moré."Historia de Un Amor"(Rey Arteaga, a Chicano from San Antonio, TX, sings Afro-Latin songs (including Historia de Un Amor ) and plays congas and percussion. He lives and works in Austin, TX. [sonynoson.com]
The singer - Song write Shahrzad Beheshtian (b.1993 Tehran,Iran) had an early start in learning music from early childhood.She hold a B.A in studied in Music with specialization in "Cello".She is currently working on her M.A in composition from Salzbutg and graduated in "Music and Dance Pedagogy",Orff Institute / Mozarteum University.She has been working as a children music teacher for a number of years and she states that she "love it" - Shahrzad Currently lives and works in Iran.
Ravayete yek Eshgh
خالی شده از تو نگاهَم
بی تو، زمستان شد هر آهَم
گر از دیده روان بودی،
چرا بر تن چو جان بودی؟
چرا رفتی از شب، ماهَم؟
تو، هست و باشِ من بودی که بودم
من از باشَت همه هستَم ربودم
نه باشِ تو بر عالم ماند
نه دل هستَت ز جانَم راند
از این بی باشِ تو هستن چه سودم؟
آه از این سوز سنگین، که بر دل نشسته
آه از این روز غمگین، که شب را شکسته
آه از این مُردهی مانده
آه از این مُرده که من
آه از ما را ز خود رانده
آه از عشق، آه از وطن ...
Pedro Infante Cruz (18 November 1917 – 15 April 1957), better known as Pedro Infante, is one of the most famous actors and singers of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema and is an idol of the Latin American people, together with Jorge Negrete and Javier Solís, who were styled the Tres Gallos Mexicanos (the Three Mexican Roosters). Infante was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico. He was raised in Guamúchil. He died on 15 April 1957, in Mérida, Yucatán, in a plane crash during a flight en route to Mexico City.
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