Baku, June 30, AZERTAC
The master of Mugham, Zulfu (Zulfugar) Samad oglu Adigozalov was born in 1898 in Shusha. He received his primary education in Aghjabadi. Beginning in late 1926, she took an active part in Ganja weddings as a singer. Jabbar Garyaghdioghlu, who listened to Zulfu Adigozalov's performance at a mugham evening in Shusha in 1927, invited him to Baku. Zulfu Adigozalov created a unique school of singing in the middle and middle grades. “Rast”, “Mahur-hindi”, “Segah-Zabul”, “Bayati-Shiraz”, “Humayun” mugam instruments performed by the singer and recorded on tape and gramophone records, a number of classifications, “Nabi”, “I am going to Zangilan”, "I said give me a bus", "Partridge" and other songs are rare pearls of our musical treasure. It was while singing our ancient classical mughams, tasnifs and folk songs that the singer brought innovations to the art of performance with her unique breath and style, preserving their traditional form and structure. Zulfu Adigozalov also contributed to the development of the Azerbaijani cinema. Our unforgettable singer, who was invited to shoot the films "Sabuhi", "Baku", "Peasants", immortalized his charming voice in these famous films. Zulfu Adigozalov interpreted mugham independently as a micro-series, combining separate relevant sections. From this point of view, "Iraq-Punjab", "Hasar-opposition", "Vilayati-Dilkesh" mughams are good examples. In 1943, he was awarded by the honorary title of Honored Artist of the Azerbaijan SSR. Zulfu Adigozalov died on May 31, 1963 in Baku. His son Vasif Adigozalov (1935-2006) was awarded by the honorary titles of the composer, pedagogue, musician, and professor, People's Artist of the Azerbaijan SSR, "Glory" and "Independence". His other son Rauf Adigozalov (1940-2002) was a violinist, singer, professor, Honored Art Worker.
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