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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY KARIM ABOU MERHI AND AHMAD PARHIZI
Iranian luthier Fatemeh Moussavi (R) works alongside Sepehr Hasankhani at her oud-making workshop in the capital Tehran, on December 14, 2020. The portrait on the wall is of late legendary Iranian singer, instrumentalist and composer Mohammad-Reza Shajarian. - The Oriental lute, known as the oud in Arabic, the barbat in Persian, is making a comeback in Iran after decades of neglect as musicians reconnect with an instrument integral to Arab and Turkish musical tradition in a fragmented region. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)
2020-12-14
ATTA KENARE/AFP/East News
AFP
ATTA KENARE
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