دکلمه اشعار مولانا با صدای استاد بهمن شریف

If you've ever wondered how Rumi's original poems would sound in his native language, then please watch and enjoy the following extraordinary recitations by maestro Bahman Sharif - بهمن شریف- مـُـرید مولانا )  [pictured left]. His emotional and soul-wrenching recitations are a must-listen, even if you don't speak Rumi's lengua materna, Farsi or Persian. It's simply mesmerizing to actually hear and feel Rumi's longings for Shams Tabrizi and the spontaneous poetic outpourings in his own original words. There is a sadness in Mr. Sharif's voice that's simply devastating...maestro Sharif truly and masterfully captures Rumi's poetic longing for Shams of Tabriz.





Rumi's Ghazal/Ode #3015 from his Diavn-e Shams




Rumi's Ghazal/Ode #1851 from his Diavn-e Shams





  Rumi's Ghazal/Ode #1514 from his Diavn-e Shams





Rumi's Ghazal/Ode # 633 from his Diavn-e Shams

 


  Rumi's Ghazal/Ode # 1397 from his Diavn-e Shams

   



Rumi's Ghazal/Ode # 1409 from his Diavn-e Shams

 



Rumi's Ghazal/Ode # 39 from his Diavn-e Shams





  Rumi's Ghazal/Ode # 141 from his Diavn-e Shams

 



  Rumi's Ghazal/Ode # 2788 from his Diavn-e Shams




  Rumi's Ghazal/Ode # 1848 from his Diavn-e Shams




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