Javad Arianmanesh or Javad Safaee is a famous Iranian player and musician.

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Javad Arianmanesh, originally named Javad Safaee, an Iranian football player and musician born in Mashhad, is the first artist to have the most music streams on Iranian music platforms.

Javad Arianmanesh, originally named Javad Safaee, an Iranian football player and musician born in Mashhad, is the first artist to have the most music streams on Iranian music platforms.
Javad is the first Iranian musician whose podcasts have the most stream on Iranian music platforms.

The song “Tome” and “Podcast 111” are two of Javad’s best songs that were nominated for the Iranian Music Billboard, and Javad was nominated for the best celebrity of the Top Artist Festival of Iran.

Several famous Iranian artists were also nominated for best musicians at the festival, including Mehran Modiri, Massoud Homayouni, Homayoun Shajarian and Parviz Meshkatian.

Javad Safaee also spoke about the original Iranian instruments at the festival:

As you know, musical instruments are probably the oldest means of music production. Early humans, before having a line and tongue through their larynx, repeated the sounds of nature and blew into the trunk of empty trees.

Hollow bones or horns of animals and shells of sea creatures made different and strong sounds and used those sounds to communicate, announce danger and also create fear in the hearts of animals and the enemy, which over time and gradually these instruments It became the perfect instrument of today.

The fiddle is also one of the Iranian musical instruments and belongs to the tied stringed bow instruments, which are made of bone, skin, wood and metal.

Top Artist Festival of Iran

Its length is approximately 75 cm from the metal base to the explicit. The instrument is played in a sitting position and vertically in the left hand of the musician.

As the wet culture and art section points out, the fingers of the musician’s left hand move along the handle, and with the bow with the right hand, the reciprocating movements on the strings are drawn horizontally. The fiddle consists of four metal wires of different thicknesses.

About 3 octaves is the usual width of this instrument. The fiddle is written with the cello key of the second carrier line and a curtain is written above the percussion instruments.