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Лили Афшар
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Основная информация
Дата рождения

9 марта 1960(1960-03-09)

Место рождения

Тегеран, Иран

Дата смерти

24 октября 2023(2023-10-24) (63 года)

Место смерти

Туткабон, Иран

Страна

Иран-США

Инструменты

шестиструнная гитара

Жанры

классическая музыка, современная классическая музыка

Лейбл

Summit, Archer, Mel Bay

Лили Афшар (перс. لیلی افشار‎; 9 марта 1960 – 24 октября 2023) ирано-американская классическая гитаристка.

Жизнь и карьера

Afshar moved to the United States in 1977, to study at the Boston Conservatory of Music, where she got a bachelor's and a master's degree in guitar.[1] In 1989, she got a doctorate from the Florida State University with a thesis on 24 Caprichos de Goya by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco; in 1994 she was the first musician to record the Castelnuovo-Tedesco's guitar composition.[2] She was also the first woman in the world to get a doctorate in classical guitar.[3][4][5]

Afshar won the 2000 Orville H. Gibson Award for Best Female Classical Guitarist,[3] as well as three annual "Premier Guitarist" awards by the Memphis Chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.[6] Afshar was awarded the 2008 Distinguished Teaching Award, the 2000 Eminent Faculty Award, and the 1996 Distinguished Research Award at The University of Memphis.[7] Afshar was chosen as "Artistic Ambassador" for the United States Information Agency to Africa, and was among twelve guitarists selected to play for Andrés Segovia in his master classes held at the University of Southern California.[3][7]

About her style, the magazine Global Rhythm wrote that she combined "the delicate yet powerful sound of the classical guitar with the melodic ornamentation of Persian and Baroque music".[8] While reviewing one concert of her, the Washington Post critic Joan Reinthaler noted that "Afshar has the delicate touch and the keen concentration that characterizes the best guitarists, and she also has the musical sense and restraint that characterizes only a few".[9]

Afshar died of cancer in Tutkabon, Mazandaran, Iran, on 24 October 2023, at the age of 63.[6][5]

Дискография, библиография, DVD

  • Caprichos de Goya, Op. 195 – CD, Summit Records (1994)
  • A Jug of Wine and Thou – CD, Summit Records (1999)
  • Possession – CD, Archer Records (2002)
  • Hemispheres – CD, Archer Records (2006)
  • Virtuoso Guitar – DVD, Mel Bay (2008)
  • One Thousand and One Nights – CD, Kargah-e Musiqi (2013)
  • Musica da Camera – CD, Archer Records (2013)
  • Bach on Fire- CD, Archer Records (2014)
  • Classical Guitar Secrets Vol. 1 – DVD, Guitar Control (2011)
  • Classical Guitar Secrets Vol. 2 – DVD, Guitar Control (2011)
  • Five Popular Persian Ballads – Mel Bay (2000)
  • Essential Bach for Guitar Arranged by Lily Afshar – Mel Bay (2012)
  • Classical Guitar Collection Vol. 1 – DVD, Guitar Control (2016)
  • Classical Guitar Collection Vol. 2 – DVD, Guitar Control (2016)
  • Scarlatti and Weiss for Guitar – arranged for guitar by Lily Afshar, Mel Bay (2016)
  • Spanish Composers for Classical Guitar – arranged for guitar by Lily Afshar, Mel Bay (2016)
  • Valses Poeticos by Enrique Granados – arranged for guitar by Lily Afshar, Mel Bay (2016)

Список для чтения

  • “The Persian Passion of Lily Afshar”, Classical Guitar [UK]. Vol. 23, No.7 (March, 2005); pp. 16–19.

Примечания

  1. Classical guitarist Ashfar will perform at library, The Daily Gazette (4 May 1987), стр. 10.
  2. Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Una vita di musica: un libro di ricordi. — Cadmo. — P. 577. — ISBN 978-88-7923-195-4
  3. 3,0 3,1 3,2 Lily Afshar: Classical guitarist Lily Afshar is the best at what she does (en-us), Memphis magazine (5 November 2014).
  4. Lily Afshar on Playing and Teaching Classical Guitar in Her Native Iran, Classical Guitar (22 March 2016).
  5. 5,0 5,1 Lily Afshar, Renowned Iranian Guitar Virtuoso Dies, Aged 63, Iran Front Page (25 October 2023).
  6. 6,0 6,1 Iranian professor of guitar Lily Afshar passes away at 63  (англ.), Tehran Times (25 October 2023).
  7. 7,0 7,1 Minnesota Guitar Society Newsletter (January–February 2008).
  8. Шаблон:Cite journal
  9. Lily Afshar, The Washington Post (13 January 1997).

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