The Origin of Musical Art of Uzbekistan

Makhfuza Khalilovna Khodjaeva


The article considers the main milestones in the development of Uzbek musical culture, in each of which many aspects were laid down that determine, in a certain sense, the dynamics of social processes, artistic and musical values of enduring significance were created. The author seeks to trace the process of the significance of the richness of musical history, instruments, famous musicians of these eras, who played an important role in the development of the musical culture of modern Uzbekistan.


“Central Asian Antiquity”; Corner Harp; “Muslim Renaissance”; “Mutrib”; “Musikar”; “Navozanda”; “Shashmakom”; “Composers”

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