Music from the original TV series
The soundtrack of the series "Leili's Turn" can be considered as the concluding part of the trilogy that began with the two-volume collection "Tafrigh." Bamdad Afshar has experimented with different and even contrasting styles throughout his career, and in this trilogy, he has blended strings with ambient and electronic music along with other genres. In "Tafrigh (Vol. 1)," he incorporated Koocheh-bazari music, followed by Persian rap in "Tafrigh (Vol. 2)," and in "Leili's Turn," he used Iranian local legends and the music of the Eastern European gypsy community. Notably, the first few seconds of the song "Qairvan" in this collection pay homage to Nicolae Neacșu, the late musician of Romanian origin.
Composed and arranged by Bamdad Afshar
Musicians: Aso Kohzadi (Guest composer, Violins, Piano), Niusha Ghorbanii (Vocals, Cello), Pouya Shomali (Guitars, Bass), Omid Saidi (Nay-anban, Ocarina), Niloufar Ghorbaniii (Santur, Harp), Milad Kazemi (Violins), Pedram Soleimani (Percussions, Castanuelas), Arash Vali (Percussions), Keyvan Joolaeii (Didgeridoo, Trombone), Erfan Aseminejad( Shaman Vocals)
Recording, Mix and Mastering at Otagh studio
Music for “Leila’s Turn” series, directed by Rouhollah Hejazi
Graphic design: Studio kargah