Hayedeh; Biography, How old, Life Story, Songs & Rare Photos


Masoumeh Dedehbala was born in Tehran under the artistic name of Hayedeh.

His younger sister, Mahasti, is also a famous Iranian singer who started singing three years before Hayedeh.

Hayedeh has mentioned many times in her interviews that under the influence of her powerful voice and charming singing style, the singer, who has a style and fame of that time, has turned to the world of music.

Mohammad Heydari, one of the composers who composed some of Hayedeh’s songs before and after the revolution and now lives in Los Angeles, talks about the first days of his meeting with Hayedeh.

“I first saw Hayedeh in Mahasti’s house and the first song I composed for her was ‘Haif’. Before me, Hayedeh worked with Ali Tajvidi and Homayoun Khoram.”

Mohammad Heydari then refers to his experience with other singers: “They had a taste in reading. When I composed a melody and gave it to them, they added an amount of themselves.

“One writing, some moods … Sometimes I was satisfied, Hayedeh said no, I have to read this one more time.”

Mohammad Heydari then compares the technical possibilities of that time and today with the difficulty of working at that time, pointing out that a song had to be performed and recorded completely without stopping: “Hayedeh knew the instruments well.

When he reads, he does not jump from one device to another.

I think Tajwidi taught him a little.

We did not tell him how to read.

Heidari then compares Mahasti and his sister Hayedeh and says:

Mahasti in Iran had a softer voice than Hayedeh.

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Hayedeh had more voice power. At home, Hayedeh was more influential.

After leaving Iran, Hayedeh had lost her temper and was more active.

Before his death, he had another stroke and the doctor forbade him to fly long distances.

“We put a cover on him and Mr. Hossam Abrishami made the cover design,”

said Mehdi Zokaei, editor of the Los Angeles-based youth magazine, which conducted one of his last interviews before Hayedeh’s death.

Hayedeh’s face was very sad and she was looking somewhere, Mr. Abrishami drew a doll in front of her face that was dancing. The week after the magazine was published, Hayedeh died.

We had a few letters from people who were familiar with Native American issues; In the Indian subcontinent and southern Mexico, it was said to be a death mark placed in front of Ms. Hayedeh.

While neither Mr. Hesam Abrishami nor we knew. The day Hayedeh was upset on stage and died in the hospital, I had gone to talk to Ms. Mahasti.

Usually the two sisters had competitions.

Ms. Mahasti insisted on having a picture on the cover after Ms. Hayedeh.

They immediately called from Northern California and informed Ms. Mahasti that Hayedeh had died at the hospital.

“Ms. Mahasti was also very upset about why she had such competitions in her life with her sister.”

Shahram Mirian, who has previously given several interviews to Hayedeh, said: “My acquaintance with Hayedeh’s family dates back to a time when relations between Iran and Iraq had improved and Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi had signed a contract with Saddam Hussein in Algeria.

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Saddam Hussein came to Iran. On the nights that Saddam Hussein was in Tehran, one night in one of the programs that were held in the palace, Hayedeh and Mahasti performed against Saddam.

When Saddam Hussein returned, he invited Hayedeh and Mahasti to Iraq, and I went to Baghdad as the head of a newsgroup on Iran’s national radio and television, along with about forty dancers from the then Ministry of Culture and Arts.

Every night that Hayedeh and Mahasti had a program there, the spectators all expressed their feelings and said Dashti, Dashti. I asked if Dashti meant the same thing as our music, I understood that Dashti means that Hayedeh sings.

As a refugee from Iraq, I made a TV show that lasted about two and a half hours and received a lot of attention.

Hayedeh had left Iran before the revolution and had a nervous breakdown. He said that Iran was usurped and occupied.

His very luxurious house on Jordan Street (Africa Boulevard) was confiscated and he bought a small apartment for his daughter.

He was very upset with the correspondence we had. They had invited him to perform in Germany.

We went and saw that there was a dining hall that had Iranian food. I advised him not to do that.

“Later those big programs started that Hayedeh came and was very well received.”

Hayedeh started learning music and singing with the famous musician Ali Tajvidi in 1345.

Ali Tajvidi is known among Iranian composers as the discoverer of pure voices.

Of course, he discovered, nurtured and introduced the sounds, but not a few mornings later he lost them.

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Or they went the other way, often the night of the nightclub.

Hayedeh was probably one of Tajwidi’s last brilliant discoveries, the chance that Hayedeh brought was that Tajvidi was ready to perform a new song in the opposite direction, in connection with the motivating poem “Rahi Moayeri”.

This song, with its ups and downs, has become an accurate representative of Hayedeh’s wide and powerful voice, and Hayedeh’s voice has also had a greater impact on the song of Ali Tajvidi and Rahi Moayeri.

According to many, Hayedeh had one of the best voices in the history of Iranian music.

Hayedeh was born into an art-loving and music-loving family.

His mother, Zinat Bulgari, had a very beautiful voice, and his father was a member of poetry and music.

Hayedeh, the great lady of singing, had two sisters and a brother, Mahasti, the great singer of our country, was Hayedeh’s sister and two sisters

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