1. Charmezrab 2. Daramad 1 3. Daramad 2 4. Kereshme 5. Gardaniye 6. Naghma
7. Bayat Raja 8. Hazin 9. Nahoft 10. Oshag 11. Gavesht 12. Ashiran 13. Neysgaburak
14. Majosli 15. Khojaste 16. Malek Hoseyn 17. Hoseyn 18. Busalik 19. Neyriz
20. Rang Nastali 21. Rang nava
Nava: Bayat Raje
The Dastgah Nava

The last two dastgah system are rather special as evidence of a process of evolution in the
radif ,for of all twelve systems,Nava and Rast panjgah are least popluar and are not now
connected to any other systems, and were firmly established in the early versions of the
radif by both Hedayat and Nasir,suggests that these dastgah are in the process of leaving
the radif rather than entering it. One reason for their unpopularity might be thier similarity
to two of the most popular dastgah systems: Nava is similar to the dastgah of Shur,starting
on its fifth degree,and Rast Panjgah is similar to Mahur. Because many presnt-day
musicaians are no longer especially interested in an extensive knowledge of the radif,they
would be more likely to perform Shur and Mahur,which are extremely well known ,than to
go to the trouble of learning new repertory.
The scale of Nava(tune,or air) is like a natural minor scale with a slightly raised sixth degree
or hak\lf-flat
C D Eb F G Ap Bb C. It bears a strong relation to the scale of Shur as both tetachords
have the same configuration only their position is reversed,that is Shur's tonic is Nava's
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