In the year 2000, the Persian mother who had a passion for music died, leaving behind a lasting legacy that continues to live on.

She was a daughter of Persian immigrants and a grandmother of four, all of whom were Persian and their descendants have performed on Iranian music venues for more than a century.

The music mother was born in Tehran in 1953, when the Iranian revolution was in full swing.

When she died in 1999, she was 93.

She had been living in exile in France for the past few years, where she had worked as a music instructor at a French school.

Her son, Nasrin, became the new music director of the Musique de Paris, the French equivalent of the American Smithsonian, and she died at his home in the French capital.

But her legacy has been preserved, as many musicians and musicians’ descendants have made the pilgrimage to her birthplace to perform for her grandchildren, and for the many generations of people who have followed her career.

Today, the city of Shiraz in the north of Iran has become the music capital of the world.

Its music school, the Shiraz Music Academy, has about 1,000 students and its music hall is the world’s largest.

Nasrin’s father was the head of Shirazi Music Academy and his son is its director.

But in his younger days, Nasrani’s father had to work to pay his debts to his mother.

“I remember that my father always told me, ‘I must work hard to repay my debts,'” Nasrin said.

“He was very proud of me.”

But the Shirazi music school was not the only institution that Nasranizi had to contend with.

The country was gripped by war and famine in the 1950s, and Iran’s elite had no choice but to work for a living.

Many people in Shiraz were forced to accept low wages, but they were able to survive thanks to a small but loyal band of musicians who would take the opportunity to play and sing to crowds and students alike.

“We were able not to have a single person in the country who did not have a musical background,” said Ali Khatami, who is the grandson of Nasranis son.

“For the past 20 years, I have been trying to find a musical career and a career in music.”

It was a career that began in Shirazi, in a small city in the northern province of Iran called Shiraz.

The first music school in Shirraz was established in 1963 by the Shirraz Musical Academy, which was founded by Nasranidh, Nasrehz and Nasranitz.

In 1966, the group moved to the city’s largest mosque, which has since become a popular destination for Iranian music festivals and concerts.

“At that time, there was no orchestra, there were only music schools,” Nasranil said.

But when the Iran-Iraq war broke out, Nasrins father, the head doctor of the Shirazyan Musical Academy and head teacher of the nearby Musique des Arts, went to work in the United States and Iran.

“When I was 14 years old, I was invited to perform in a concert,” he said.

That’s when he first learned about Iran and the music he wanted to make.

Nasranist was a young boy when he joined the Musikmesse des Arts in the 1960s.

It was in Shirazar that he met Nasran, who was born to a Persian-Iranian mother and a Kurdish-Iranist father.

“As a young man, I thought I wanted to do the music,” Nasrini said.

His father encouraged him to follow in his footsteps and pursue music in Iran.

He eventually became a composer, and by the time he was 25, he was the most prolific Iranian composer ever, according to his son.

But it was not until the late 1980s that Nasrinson finally made the leap to becoming a conductor.

“The first thing I did was take the orchestra to Shiraz,” he recalled.

“After I left Shiraz, my father was in New York, and I was in Tehran, so we got together to do it.”

His father, who had become a very wealthy businessman in Iran, asked him to help set up the Shirzas music school.

He offered Nasran to take over as the school’s first conductor.

And when the Shirzais’ music academy was born, Nasrizins parents were thrilled.

“My father was very happy,” Nasrizin said.

He started with his father’s orchestra and performed for a large crowd in Shirz.

“A very large number of people came to hear us,” Nasruzin said, describing the reception he received when he began his first performance.

“That’s when my father, his son and my parents were all really happy.

They were like, ‘Yes, this is what you want, you are a talented