Musical Genres Typical of the Baburid Period Performance Practice

Munojat Rakhimovna Azamova


This article describes the genres originated in the Uzbek-Indian musical harmony and used in the performance practice of the Baburid period, as well as their peculiarities are described. 


Music; Genre; Uzbek-Indian Culture; Babur; Baburis; Dhrupad; Khayal

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