Top 15 Greatest Tajik🇹🇯 Classical Singers

Created by Saidzoda Tohir on 09 Feb 2020 | Last edited by Saidzoda Tohir on 18 Feb 2020
Top 15 Greatest Tajik🇹🇯 Classical Singers

Tajik🇹🇯 folk music is traditionally divided into three styles, Pamir (Mountain-Badakhshanprovince), Central Kuhistoni (Hisor, Kulob, Gharm provinces) and Sogdiana's northern style. There are many kinds of songs, both lyrical and instrument, including work songs, ceremonial, funeral, wedding and musical epics, especially the central Tajik heroic legend Gurugli also known as "Omar Sham Sham".

Nigina Raufova (Tajik: Нигина Рауфова) (May 21, 1945 – December 22, 2010) was a Tajikistani singer and composer, active beginning in the Soviet era.
Born in the village of Shirmon in the Faizobod District, Raufova began her performing career working with the amateur groups of the Kombinat of Weavers in Dushanbe. Her singing career started in 1971, when she became a member of the Ensemble of RebabPlayers. She began to sing for Tajikistan Radio and Television in 1975. Her repertoire encompassed popular songs from many of the Soviet republics, most especially those of the Tajik SSR, the Uzbek SSR, the Azerbaijani SSR, the Turkmen SSR, and the Russian SSR, as well as music from Afghanistan, Iran, and other areas of the Middle East. She accompanied the Ensemble when it traveled to the Belarusian SSR and the Moldovan SSR; in 1978, with the Lola Dance Ensemble, she traveled to France to give a concert. Among the songs which she is notable for having sung during her career are "Askarbacha" ("Boy Soldier"); "Bui Gul" ("The Fragrance of a Flower"); "'Ishqi Khubon" ("The Love of the Beloved"); "Sarzamini Mo" ("Our Land"); and "Kosh Mididam Turo" ("I Wish I Could See You"). Beginning in 1989 she was a member of the musical ensemble Dare of Tajikistan Radio and Television, a position which she continued to hold at the time of her death. Raufova was named a People's Artist of the Tajik SSR in 1977. Other awards which she received during her career include the Jubilee Medal "In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin", the Honorary Order of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of Tajikistan, and the Order of the Red Banner of Courage. In 1996 she received the Rudaki Prize. Raufova died of a heart attack in Dushanbe.

Top song:  Интизорам

Muqaddas Nabieva (born January 7, 1950 in Farkhor district - died 1979, Soghd region) is a member of Gulshan

The management of the Gulshan pop group, headed by Orifsho Orifov, saw the young talents of this young girl and recruited her as a soloist. Muqaddas Nabieva joined the Gulshan variety team in 1974 and for a short time revolutionized this ensemble. The Bible opened a new way of singing, especially in pop art. His songs, with their modesty and sound and their melodious beat, quickly played a role in the minds of the audience. Songs of Your Memory (Folk Song), "Light of Life" ("Gaza"), "My Light" (Romanian Gazelle) Serious), "Waiting for Love" (Gulrukhsor), "Lovely Heart", "Love Without Fire" (Saidali Administrator), and dozens of other Bible songs, up to 50 years old, are still popular today. . Along with the Tajik psalms, Nabieva sang in Russian ("Nadezhda"), Armenian ("My Song"), Turkish, and Kyrgyz, and became popular throughout the Soviet Union. As part of the Gulshan Holy Bible, he made a trips to France in 1975, to Poland and Estonia in 1977, and to half the world.

Surayo Kosimova (born April 22, 1957 in Hungary, region, USAID Tajikistan) is a soloist, Honorary Craftsman and Tajik SSR (1980).

Surayo Kosimova sings folk songs and wedding songs.

Mayda-mayda (To the village with Jumakhon Safarov);
Ohui mast;
I'm Tajik;
Chakidan girad;
Why are you beauty;

Dustmurod Aliev (April 19, 1950, Kabkrez, Faizabad, Tajik SSR - April 18, 1989) - a Tajik auction (lyrical tenor). People's Commissar of the Tajik SSR (1979).

Dustmurod Aliev has over 60 songs and poems. However, only 25 songs remain from Dustmurod's Tajik gold radio foundation. At the heart of his repertoire are various topics of our time devoted to the motherland and labor, the hospitable country, the dedication of our brave people, the praise of pure human love, and more.

The songs below are from his melodies and are very emotional:
1. Bahor omad (folk poetry)
2. Makhzani Durdona (A. Bahori's poetry)
3. Mohi Rukhsorat (Sayido's poetry)
4. Mohi Fayzobod (U. Sharifzoda's poetry)
5. Noz, Mastona Ba Noz Omadai (Koshif's poetry)
6. Sadqai chashmoni tu (SH. Hayrat's poetry)
7. Savsani husn (A. Vositzoda's poetry)
8. Turo man dust medoram (Loiq's poetry)...

Artist | Tajikistan Pop

Karomatullo Qurbonov (Tajik: Кароматулло Қурбонов, Persian: کرامت‌الله قربان‌اف‎) (November 29, 1961 – October 17, 1992) was a popular pop singer and composer from Tajikistan. On October 17, 1992 Qurbonov and a number of his band members were murdered by gunmen from the Popular Frontmilitia. Qurbonov was one of a number of intellectual and cultural figures murdered during the Tajik Civil War. In 2008 a former member of the Popular Front, Mahmadahdi Nazarov, also known as Makhsum Mahdi, was convicted of Qurbonov's murder.
Qurbonov's daughter, Noziya Karomatullo, is one of the most popular musicians in Tajikistan today.

Nuqra Rahmatova (Tajik: Нуқра Раҳматова) (born January 2, 1942) was a Tajikistani folk singer and dancer of the Soviet era.

Rahmatova was born in the village of Bartangin the Rushon District of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region, and received her early education in the public schools. She began her performing career as an amateur singer and dancer; in 1958 she became a soloist with the Tarona Ensemble and began to dance for the Tajikistan State Philharmonic Society. She studied voice at the Dushanbe Institute of Music from 1963 until 1967, in which year she became a soloist with the Maqomkhoni Ensemble; her teacher at the Institute was Ahmad Bobokulov. During her career she sang folk songs from many of the Republics of the Soviet Union, including the Tajik SSR, the Uzbek SSR, the Azeri SSR, and the Russian SSR; she also performed music from Afghanistan and Iran as well as other countries in the Middle East. Her career took her in performance to Afghanistan, Mongolia, Syria, and Iraq; in 1957 she went to Moscow to appear in the Youth Festival, and in 1976 she performed in the ceremonies marking the 10th Anniversary of Tajik Literature in Kyrgyzstan. In 1960 she appeared in the film Kaveh the Blacksmith, marking her only appearance in the medium. She also appeared in televised concerts, and performed for numerous visiting dignitaries. Rahmatova was named a People's Artist of the Tajik SSR for her work, and received awards from the Central Committee of the Union of Workers and the Central Committee of Radio and Television. She was also nominated to be a People's Artist of the USSR, but this never came to fruition. During the Tajik Civil War Rahmatova sheltered friends and family members in her apartment in Dushanbe; she retired from the stage after the war.

Davlat Nazri is a unique multi-instrumentalist who easily plays both stringed and wind musical instruments, while accompanying his play with exciting singing. His native Darvaz has always been and remains a source of inspiration for his work. That is why he called his group (consisting of members of his family and close relatives) Navoi Darvoz. Davlat joined the music thanks to his father Abdullo Nazri, the same thing is happening now with Davlat children who play in his group and already perform on the big stage.

In addition to Tajik traditional music, Davlat is constantly experimenting with melodies and musical instruments of other cultures: Iran, Afghanistan, and various European rhythms.

Odina Hoshimov was born on June 13, 1937, during the years of independence, the massacre and massacre of people in Nimdar village of Hamadoni district. If he were alive, he would be celebrating his 80th birthday tonight with the newest songwriting, the most ghastly.

In 1959 the musical college of Dushanbe and the 1972 distance correspondence State Pedagogical Institute of Dushanbe. He graduated from Kulyab. 1959-1962 Artistic Director of the Amateur Theater Art Theater of the People's Art Theater of Kh. Hamadoni, 1962-1975 unnamed theater director, 1975-1979 Director of Music and Entertainment Theater, Dushanbe Since 1980 until the end of his life, he has been a singer in the theater. This lively and knowledgeable people, growing the great Persian-Tajik poetry, gave an impetus to our national music, added a fresh look, a beautiful blend to this craft sector, and added a deadly flair.

Daler Nazarov (Tajik: Далер Назаров) (born September 8, 1959) is a Tajik songwriter, singer, composer and actor.
Nazarov was born in the Former Soviet Republic of Tajikistan. He has lived in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan for most of his life, but had to leave the country in the early 1990s due to a civil war that ended around 1997. For the next few years he lived in Almaty, Kazakhstan and then returned to Dushanbe. Among his recent work is music for feature movies. Nazarov is of the Pamiriethnic group and many of his songs are in Shughni language.

Haknazari Hukmzod, one of the greatest singers and wise Tajik songwriters. He was born in the Darvoz district and studied there at school. After that, he arrived in Dushanbe, a few years later became the best singer in Tajikistan. He writes songs about love, homeland, parents, friendship, etc. He is one of my best Tajik singers. Now he lives in the city of Dushanbe. And every year he goes abroad to introduce Tajiks, Tajik song and Tajikistan.

Artist | Tajikistan

Muboraksho Abdulvahhobovich Mirzoshoyev(Tajik: Муборакшо Абдулваҳҳобович Мирзошоев), better known as Muboraksho(Муборакшо) or Misha (Миша), was a PamiriTajik singer, songwriter and actor recognized alongside Daler Nazarov as a pioneer of Tajik rock music. Muboraksho was born on August 19, 1961 in Rushon district of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region of Tajikistan. He died on February 8, 2000.
Despite his popularity, Muboraksho never released any official album during his lifetime. In 1997, however, there was a release (without Daler Nazarov's or Muboraksho's estate permission) of two non-official albums entitled Jiray-1 and Jiray-2. The first album contained mostly Daler Nazarov's songs (except for one), while the second album had 13 of Muboraksho songs, including "Ay yorum biyo".

The full track list of the album Jiray-2includes:

"Туро намепарастам"
"Сабза ба ноз"
"Дерест, ки дилдор паёме нафиристод"
"Дӯстат дорам"
"Ай ёрум биё" ("Ay yorum biyo")
"Нола дорам"
"Чор ҷавон"
"Ё Алӣ мадатке"
"Модак лай-лай"
"Гушнаи тири нигоҳат"
"Рақс бикун"

He was an orphan and had been with the Darvaz official for over 20 years. From 1925 to 1935 he was the manager of the "Red Tea" of Garm and became known as a protector of beauty. In 1935 he was invited to work for radio in the capital as a custodian. Akasharif is a participant of three decades of Tajik literature and art in Dushanbe. Moscow is (1941, 1949 and 1957). He is a continuation of the Tajik folk music traditions. Her best songs were in the language of the people, and today they are repeated by singers. Shashmaqom's works were widely used in his works. Akasharif's songs "Kalbandi", "My soul", "Alla", "I brought Anora", "Jurajon", "Bulbulon", "I choose" and dance songs "Chorzarb", "Spring Navruz" and others. won the hearts of the audience. Akasharif Juraev's State Philharmonic Society is named in Tajikistan.

Ahmad Bobokulov (January 17, 1931, Stalinabad - May 18, 1990, Dushanbe) - Tajik singer (voice lyrical and dramatic tenor), educator and performer, People's Artist of the USSR (1971), professor (1977). Son of Bobokul Fayzulloev.
Akhmad Bobokulov performed complex parties to the mastery of national and world opera. Best Party of Akhmad Bobakulov in the Stage of the Tajik State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater Aini: Bakhtiyor (“Bakhtiyor and Niso” by S. Balasyanyan, 1954), Synodal (“Devil” by T. Rubinstein, 1955), Rustam (“Steel and Gulou” by S. Saifiddinov, 1957), Madan ("Comedy and Culture" by Z. Shahidi, 1964) Sodiq ("Return" by Y. Sabzanov, 1967), Khurshed ("Daughter of Dushanbe" by Z. Shahidi, 1967), Kanyo ("Sweets") R. Leonkovallo, 1967, The Time ("The Built Bride" by S. Urbach, 1968), Quvaradosi ("Tosca" by J. Puccini, 1970), Rudaki, Aini ("Rudaki" and "Aini" - and Sh. Saifiddinov, 1976, 1983). It was loud and loud. He skillfully used his vocal abilities to convey the subtlety and elegance of the human being with his juicy and powerful voice. Ahmed Bobokulov understood the ideological aspect of the work and used a certain style and style of performance. His concert program included works by Western and Russian composers. He also performed intricately arias and sincerely performed ancient romances.

Zafar Nozim (Tajik: Зафар Нозим, Persian: ظفر ناظم‎, 2 June 1940 – 3 August 2010) was a folk singer from Tajikistan. He was a popular performer of Tajik national songs. He was known as the "Tajik Pavarotti".

Nozim was born in the Rasht Valley in Central Tajikistan, and first came to public attention in the early 1960s. He sang songs based on classical Tajik literature, and was also a composer. He was named Honored Artist of Tajikistan in 1964, People's Artist of Tajikistan in 1972, and Laureate of the State. In 2009, he was awarded a Sitorai Prezidenti Tojikiston (Star of the President of Tajikistan). He died in Dushanbe after a long illness, including suffering a stroke.