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Performer: Muslim Magomayev
Title: Muslim Magomayev Sings
Country: USSR
Released: 1970
Style: Vocal
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 856
Other formats: VOC AUD AA AIFF MOD VQF XM

Muslim Magometovich Magomayev (Azerbaijani: Müslüm Məhəmməd oğlu Maqomayev, 17 August 1942 – 25 October 2008), dubbed the "King of Songs" and the "Soviet Sinatra" was a Soviet Azerbajiani baritone operatic pop singer. He achieved iconic status in Russia and the post-Soviet countries for his vocal talent and charisma. Muslim Magomayev represented one of the most respected artistic dynasties in Azerbaijan.

Category:Magomayev, Muslim. if first published after 1923. This message will be removed when the works enter the public domain naturally. 17 August 1942 - 25 October 2008).

Muslim Magomaev lyrics with translations: Синяя вечность, Luch solnca zolotogo(Луч солнца золотого), Əziz Ana, Temnaja noch' (Тёмная ночь), Melodiya (Мелодия). Muslim Magomaev lyrics. Genre: Opera, Pop. Original spelling: Müslüm Maqomayev. Ariozo Onegina (Ариозо Онегина)Russian.

Muslim Mahammad oglu Magomayev (Azerbaijani: Müslüm Maqomayev) (18 September 1885 in Grozny – 28 July 1937 in Nalchik) was Azerbaijani composer and conductor. He is the grandfather and a namesake of Azerbaijani opera singer Muslim Magomayev. Muslim Magomayev (grandfather). He was born Abdulmuslim Magomayev into a family of a blacksmith on the same day another prominent Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyov was born. He had studied at a primary school in Grozny before being admitted to the Gori Pedagogical Seminary (in present-day Georgia) in 1900

Category:Muslim Magomayev. Muslim Magomayev was a Soviet and Azerbaijani baritone operatic and pop singer. He was a grandson of famous Azerbaijani composer Muslim Magomayev. اقوماييف (ar); Muslim Magomayev (ace); Muslim Magomayev (ms) (1942–2008) szovjet-azeri popénekes (hu); azerski śpiewak operowy (pl); dirigent uit Azerbeidzjan (1942-2008) (nl); советский, азербайджанский и российский эстрадный и оперный певец, композитор. Народный артист СССР (ru); aserbaidschanischer Opern- und Popsänger (de); Görkəmli Azərbaycan, sovet opera və estrada müğənnisi, bəstəkar, SSRİ xalq artisti (az); Soviet-Azerbajiani singer (en); خواننده اهل جمهوری آذربایجان (fa); ázerbájdžánský a ruský zpěvák (cs); երգիչ (hy) ムスリム・マゴマエフ (ja); Magomajev (sv.

Muslim Magomayev was an Azerbaijan-born baritone who attracted millions of listeners in the Soviet Union and Europe as an opera and pop star in the 1960s and 1970s. Magomayev was also known as a composer, writing several film soundtracks. In addition, Magomayev acted in films and hosted television and radio broadcasts devoted to prominent musicians of the 20th century. He was as proud of his native Azerbaijan as he was of Russia, and would say that Russia was his mother, Azerbaijan his father and that he was a bit of each

Tracklist

The Atom Age
Call Me
The Sun And You
Sparks Of Love
I Dream Of You
Road To Departure
Violets
Our Fate
Time
Why You Ling
My Home
Blue Eternity

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C 01533-01766 Muslim Magomayev* Muslim Magomayev Sings ‎(LP, Comp, Exp) Мелодия C 01533-01766 USSR 1970
C 01533—01766 Муслим Магомаев Поет Муслим Магомаев ‎(LP) Мелодия C 01533—01766 USSR 1970
33C 01533—1766 Муслим Магомаев Поет Муслим Магомаев ‎(LP, Comp) Мелодия 33C 01533—1766 USSR 1970
33C 01533—1766 Муслим Магомаев Поет Муслим Магомаев ‎(LP, Comp) Мелодия 33C 01533—1766 USSR 1970
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