TEHRAN -- Japanese professor and Middle East music researcher is convinced that traditional Iranian music is rich in content.

Participating in Iran's Cultural Week in Japan, Professor Tesogeh added that Iranian music is simple and has a deep impression in soul, giving the feeling of joy and happiness. The professor, who spent 3 years in Tehran to learn and to do research on Persian music, pinpointed that Iranian musical instruments and songs are truly unique.

Tesogeh, who plays **setar**, said that Iranian musicians need to represent and promote the traditional art across the globe, as it carries the same depth of Persian poetry and literature.

Also at the event, the head of Iranian music group delivered a brief history of the music since the Achaemenid era.

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