Vağzalı (Rustamov, Said)

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Performer Pages Asgarov Alakbar (Balaban)
Performers Hajiyev Mammadnaib (Balaban), Guliyev Selim (Naghara)
Publisher Info. Baku, 1980-1982
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Misc. Notes Balaban is an ancient Azerbaijan folk musical instrument. It is a wind musical instrument which has a hole on the back side, and eight holes on the front side, and is basically made of mulberry tree. Among the people it is known by the name balaban or “yasti balaban”. The balaban, which has a soft, melancholic sound, is used to accompany ensembles, orchestras and as a solo instrument in groups of wind instruments and as well as to accompany groups of ashig.

The name of balaban can be found in the “Kitabi Dede Korkut” epos, as well as in the works of classic Azerbaijan poets.

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Publisher. Info. Baku: Azerbaijan State Music Pub., 1950.
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Work Title Vağzalı
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Composer Rustamov, Said
First Publication. 1950 in 30 Azerbaijani Folk Dances (Rustamov, Said)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Traditional
Instrumentation treble instrument