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Fakhritdin Sadikov

Fakhritdin Sadikov

Fakhritdin Sadikov


Fakhritdin Sadikov (Uzbek: Faxriddin Sodiqov; Russian: Фахритдин Садиков, sometimes romanised as Fakhruddin Sadikov, Fakhriddin Sodiqov or Fakhriddin Sadiqov, 1914-1977) was the founder of the Uzbek school of instrumental music. He played various traditional instruments such as the dutar and chang (Uzbek zither). He was a student of Yunus Rajabi. In 1929 he graduated from Tashkent School for classic music, in 1946-1948 he studied classical composition at the preparatory fin. Read more on Last.fm
Fakhritdin Sadikov (Uzbek: Faxriddin Sodiqov; Russian: Фахритдин Садиков, sometimes romanised as Fakhruddin Sadikov, Fakhriddin Sodiqov or Fakhriddin Sadiqov, 1914-1977) was the founder of the Uzbek school of instrumental music. He played various traditional instruments such as the dutar and chang (Uzbek zither). He was a student of Yunus Rajabi. In 1929 he graduated from Tashkent School for classic music, in 1946-1948 he studied classical composition at the preparatory fin. Tashkent conservatory.

In 1930-1936 hands. circles artist. amateur in Tashkent. He played chang in the orchestra Muses.

t-ra them. Sverdlov in Tashkent (1933-1936), the National Ensemble (1936-1938) and the Women's Ensemble dutaristok (1938-1940) with the Uzbek Philharmonic. In 1940-1947 organizer and artist. hands.

Female song and dance ensemble at the Uzbek. Philharmonic. In the 1947-1953 National Musical ensemble Uz. radio.

In 1953-1957 muses. hands. and changist Uz. pop.

In 1957-1961 changist ork. Uzbek. cum. Instr.

Uzbek. radio. In 1961-1977 muses. hands.

Makomistov State ensemble. Committee of the Council of Ministers of the Uzbek SSR Radio and Television. Since 1972 he was a teacher of Tashkent conservatory. Abdorahim Hamidov, who eventually became Sadikov's successor, recalled his concept of music being completely overturned by Sadikov when he entered the Tashkent Conservatory in 1972. At their first meeting, Hamidov played one of the virtuosic pieces in which he excelled.

Sadikov acted impressed and congratulated him. "Then," recounted Hamidov, "he took my dutar, loosened the strings by a fourth, and started to play so beautifully that I thought I'd pass out. His music was like honey or cream. I worked with him on the dutar for three years, which were for me like twenty years of study." Read more on Last.fm.

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