|Ostad Abdollah Davami and Ostad Nasrollah Nasehpour
Ostad Abdollah Davami
very great master of radif, tasnif and tonbak, Ostad Abdollah Davami, was born in Ta village of Tafresh city, Iran in 1891.
As a teenager he discovered that he had a good, audible and suitable voice, so he decided to learn the elementary principles
of Persian vocal music.
One day he had gone to a gathering in the house of Majd-al-Mamalek that he met Ali Khan Nayeb-al-Saltaneh. After that he became
the student of Ali Khan Nayeb-al-Saltaneh for learning radif and Haji Khan, Agha Jan, Sama' Hozur (santoor player) for learning
tasnif, and the art of tonbak playing.
Because of his talent in learning music, he became friend of great masters of his time such as Mirza Hosseingholi (tar player),
Hossein Khan (kamancheh player) Darvish Khan (tar and setar player), Malek-al-Zakerin (vocalist) and Mirza Abd-al-Allah (setar
player). He has trained many students. He passed away in 1980.