The word "segâh" means "three places" is used to identify one of the principal musical modes of Persian art music. Segâh is the mode in Persian classical art music that is perhaps the most different from any musical scale used in any type of western music.
Also a type of Persian Dance.A solo performance built around a single musical mode, in this case segâh, associated with enjoying love through its difficulties, but ending up happy.
The dance that follows is in three sections, with tempos of medium, slow (including raqs-e bazak), and fast. All three are well-known rengs (dance pieces) in segah.