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    Qamar ol-Molouk Vaziri (1905 in Takestan, Qazvīn Province — August 6, 1959 in Tehran) is Iran''s "Queen of Persian Music" and a prominent vocalist and intellectual.

    Qamar began her career when women were not allowed to have their voices heard by men. She used to spend all she earned on the poor. The national radio paid her a meager superannuation salary when she retired and she died in poverty.

  • ^ Ghamar is a variant and common spelling of Qamar. Qamar is the Arabic word, which is fully adopted into Persian, for Moon. The literal translation of "Qamar ol-Molouk" is "The Moon of Kings".
  • ^ Born 1284 AH. Died Mordād 14, 1338 AH.
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