Amram, the son of Avraham Mufredi, turns up at the house of the legendary Persian tar (lute) player, Yosef Tawilla. Amram gives him the score of a work that his father, a member of Tawilla’s ensemble and his partner, wants to see performed before his impending death. But Tawilla hasn’t played in years; scarred by trials and a prison sentence, he has been sinking deeper and deeper into depression. But he decides to take on his friend’s wish. They set out on a journey of discovery joined by groups of wonderful musicians. Amram will find love and Tawilla, if he succeeds, will fulfill Avraham Mufredi’s dying wish—and maybe heal his own tormented soul.