Mohammad Nouri (December 22, 1929 – July 31, 2010) was one of the foremost folk and pop singers in Iran.
He studied the English Language and Literature at the University of Tehran, but continued his professional career in music.He studied Persian music under Esmaeil Mehrtash and music theory and piano under Sirous Shahrdar and Fereidoun Farzaneh. In his singing style he was considered as a follower of Hossein Aslani and Naser Hosseini.
Nouri rose to prominence in the 1960s with his distinct style of singing and enjoyed four decades of popularity among Iranians of all generations.
His song Jaan-e Maryam, Gol-e Maryam, as well as his patriotic song Iran, Iran, have been and are well known melodies and themes among three generations of Iranians from both before and after the 1979 Iranian Revolution.
Early in his career, Nouri enjoyed some degree of popularity among chore orchestral music lovers. His tunes were often serious and thought-provoking, hardly palatable, though, for the young and old pop music lovers who admired stage and special event performers, such as Viguen and a host of others. Nouri held his chosen career in such high esteem and refused to be ranked among pop singers who were mushrooming during 60's and 70's perhaps because he observed how they often stooped to degradation that ordinarily money and fame imposed on the arts. Not surprisingly, other than the few folk tunes, his were mostly played on public radio and then only during odd hours and somewhat regularly for army radio program's music breaks.
1929-2010 Mohammad Nouri is one of the foremost pop singers in Iran. His legendary mystic sound inspired generations of Iranian throughout the world. His famous love and patriotic songs can help the listener fly to the outmost feelings of love to the world he creates. His song Jaan-e Maryam , as well as his patriotic song Iran is a well known Melody and theme among the three generations of Iranians both before and after the revolution.
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