Great Singers
Xan Şuşinski Bul Bul Lutfiyar
imanov
Shovkat
Aliakbarova
Rashi
Behbudev
         
Zeynəb Yahya qizi Xanlarova
rubaba
Muradova
Fatma
MehrAlieva
Alim
Qasimov
zeynab
Xanlarova
Akif
Islamzada
         
Abulfath
Aliev
Aliev Fidan/Xuraman
Qasimova
Müslüm
 Maqomayev
Ruhengiz
Qasimova
Azer
Zeynalov
         
Gülağa
Məmmədov
Polad
Bülbüloğlu
Haji Baba Hakim Qiz qandab
Quliyeva
Chingiz
Sadykhov
         
Ilchin
Rizazada
aziza
Mustafazade
suleyman
Abdullayev
Malakxanım
Eyyubova
Arif
Babayev
Baki
Sabahin Xeyir
         
saxavat
mammadov
rahman
Asadollahi
Azeri
Kizi
Rahim
shahriyari
Arzu
Qurbani
         
faiq
Agayev
Oktay
Aqayev
Berliant
Dadashova
Alihan
Samedov
         
 
Ilgar
Muradov
islam
Rezayev
ashiqlar Omid
Zorhab
 
         
 
Javid
Tabrizi
yaghob
 zoroofchi
Yusif
Savalan
Ouon
Havalari
 
Fame Hall
Ustad shahriyar Vaheed Mirza Alekber Sabir
     
Muhammed
 Fuzuli
Nasimi Samad Vurgun
     
Sabri Tabrizi Mirza Fatali
Akhundov
Bulut Garachrlu
(Sahand)
Great Compossers

Uzeir Hajibayov
(1885-1948)

Fikrat Amirov
(1922-1984)

Qara Qarayev
(1918-1982)

Mashadi Ibad
O-Olmasin Bu Olsin Arshin Mal Alan
Kor Oqlu Leyli Majnon
Opera in Azerbaijan
Ashiq Qarib Shah Ismail
 
Asli va Karam Sevil
   
PROMINENT FIGURES OF MUSIC

Mir Movsum Nevvab Garabagi (1833-1918)

He was a poet, painter, calligraph and musicologist. He created the tractate "Vuzuh ul-ergam" ("Definition of figures", 1884) as a practical means for those willing to study and perform mugam.. The composition provided information on the main mugams of that period, theoretical rules of creating mugam songs, ways of their performance, and attitude to texts of poems. The tractate as the first published creation of Azeri music and valuable historical document testifies the high level of development of the culture of folklore music in Azerbaijan in the 19th century.

Mirza Sadiq (Sadiqdjan) (1846-1902)

The tar player. He was the famous tar player in the Caucasus and Iran. He improved the design of tar, through increasing the number of tiny tune strings from 5 to 11.

Sadiqdjan was the first to play tar on the breast (the tar was previously played at a face)

The very tar, improved by him was widely spread in the Caucasus and Central Asia and became the symbol of music in Azerbaijan

Cabbar Qaryaghdi oglu (31.03.1861-20.04.1944)

Was the singer, composer and worker of the art of music. He became the popular artist of Azerbaijan in 1935 and was one of the prominent figures of the profession of a singer in Azerbaijan.

He participated in concerts and meetings along with the tar players Sadygdjan, Mirza Faradj and kamancha player Meshedi Gulu. In 1905 he created trio with the tar player G.Pirimov and kamancha player S. Oganezashvili. By an invitation of stock companies "Gramophone", "Sport-Record" and "Extraphone" he recorded his voice on a gramophone in Kiev, Moscow and Warsaw in 1906-1912.