A Song for Morteza (Iran NF – FdlC 6)

Welcome to A Song for Morteza, the Iranian national final for Fête de la Chanson 6!


The Songs

Song 1: “Nabze ehsas” – Morteza Pashaei

Song 2: “Saret barnagardondi” – Morteza Pashaei

Song 3: “Kojaei” -Morteza Pashaei


The Voting

Vote by sending your 8, 10, and 12 points to  andym441@gmail.com! Voting will close on 11 April.


Voters

TBD

23 thoughts on “A Song for Morteza (Iran NF – FdlC 6)

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  2. Even though Tunisia is a Muslim country, I have Easter holidays. Tunisia’s votes will probably be sent on Sunday.🙂

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  3. So Iran goes classy. This one proves how normal Iran is despite the political culture (and the American bushing) that has been prevailing since the 1970s.

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    • Sadly, yes😦

      I was almost against putting Morteza forward as I was dubious if it was respectful or not. I decided to select his songs as I felt it would honor him.

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      • I have already entered with a deceased artist once before (FdLC3) with my second option for the same edition being also a deceased person. For FdLC6 my Canadian and Belizian artists passed away as well…

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  4. Tunisia has decided but can’t send the votes atm because Yahoo has problems with my account.😦 I’ll try again later tonight.
    Beautiful music btw, very soothing.🙂
    It is very sad to learn that Morteza passed away at such a young age.😦

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  5. Done🙂 It was really hard to vote for me since all the songs are very close to a genre I’m not in love – called Rabiz here (genre where armenian tunes get mixed with oriental ones with banal lyrics). Anyways I liked a lot my favorite song here🙂

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