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And then mother realized the correlation between my feelings and the music. He used to compose new jazz pieces, and he would call her, “Eliza, please come. My father used to receive so many invitations from abroad inviting him to participate in different international festivals in America, in Dace. Mugham was introduced into Western symphonic music for the first time by Azerbaijani composer Fikrat Amirov in the mids.

When I perform, I improvise a lot. As my father was playing, I started to cry. Maybe it’s because I usually sleep so poorly and so mutafa. It’s like I could reach out and touch him. This year, my mother and I went back in March for a concert in memory of my father. It was at the Opera Theater. I was eight-months-old at the time, just danfe baby really. Some people might laugh, but that was the day he left for a concert in Tashkent Uzbekistan.

Fusing Jazz with Mugham – Vagif Samadoghlu Throughout Europe, it’s quite possible that people know the name “Aziza” even more than the land from which she comes – Azerbaijan. I’ll be back, and we’ll be together for Momma’s birthday.


It is hundreds, possibly even thousands, of years old. I haven’t written them all down, but I remember them well and perform them at concerts. Sometimes, I feel it in everyday situations, too.

I don’t understand how such things happen. I’m very sure that Azerbaijan’s future muxtafa be very bright. I mix it with other forms, like classical or avant-garde music. They’re truly improvised-like a blend of jazz, mugam, avant-garde and classical all mixed together.

For me, the stage is my motherland, so I feel very much at home wherever I perform. I cried so hard and I begged him, “Don’t go on this trip. These days, I’m performing in azjza countries and I love it.

At the secondary music school, my teacher would always insist, “You have to practice! Or maybe they’re deaf and can’t really comprehend what’s going on in the music. We must inject love into everything we do.

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh

I love to sleep. I made that cover because I feel it best reflects my music which really is very open to sensuality. Performing These days, I’m performing in various countries and I love it. Once, my father was improvising at the piano playing in the mugam mode known as “Shur,” which creates a mood that evokes very deep, sad emotions. My mother is fond of telling the story of how she discovered my sensitivity to music. I’ll play only when I want to. I truly believe that the future will be bright for Azerbaijan.

What do I do in my leisure? There are so many factors that contribute to how each performance evolves. At least, we must try. Early Years When I was young, I didn’t think much about becoming a composer or pianist. It was a special Muslim religious day there-the day of Ashura Hussein when men march in the streets and beat themselves in commemoration of the death of Hussein, the third Shiite Imam.


My father used to say that the world would be saved by music.

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My father used to call me “Jazziza. In fact, it’s one of the greatest arts on earth. It’s characteristic of me. I want to see you tomorrow. It was simply because he was a jazz player.

Sometimes, I see people smiling and speaking very warmly to me, but then when I see their auras, I realize they are completely different. It can be so beautiful, so why should we destroy ourselves with such primitive acts.

Our steps are clumsy and heavy now, but, nevertheless, I believe that we’re moving forward. Once he was invited to Finland to participate in a jazz festival, but a few minutes before the plane was to take off, someone called, “Mr. I don’t like committing sins. Leisure What do I do in my leisure? I don’t think you should touch the piano when you don’t have the right inspiration or else you’ll play badly, and that’s a sin.