Franghiz Alizadeh

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Franghiz Ali-Zadeh[note 1] (Azerbaijani Firəngiz Əlizadə, Russian Франгиз Али-Заде; born 29 May 1947, Baku) is an Azerbaijani composer and pianist, currently living in Germany. She is best known for her works which combine the musical tradition of the Azerbaijani mugam and 20th century Western compositional techniques, especially those of Arnold Schönberg and Gara Garayev. Her works have been performed by Yo-Yo Ma and the Kronos Quartet. On June 20, 2007, Ali-Zadeh was elected chair of the Composers' Union of Azerbaijan.

Discography[edit]

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  • "Mugam Sayagi", on Kronos Quartet: Night Prayers, Nonesuch (1994)
  • La Strimpellata Bern: Crossings: Music by Frangiz Ali-Zade, BIS (1997)
  • "Habil-Sajahy for cello & prepared piano", on Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble: Silk Road Journey - When Strangers Meet, Sony Classical (2002)
  • Kronos Quartet: Mugam Sayagi: Music of Franghiz Ali-Zadeh, Nonesuch (2005)
  • "Aşk Havasi", on Jessica Kuhn (cello): Giacinto Scelsi, Frangis Ali-Sade, Thorofon (2006)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Alternative transliterations include: Firangiz, Frangis, Frangiz, Franguiz; Ali-Sade, Ali-Zade and Alizade.

References[edit]

  • Julie Anne Sadie and Rhian Samuel: The Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers (1995)
  • Marina Lobanova: "Auf der Silk Road des kulturellen Dialogs. Die aserbaidschanische Komponistin Frangis Ali-sade". In: "Neue Zeitschrift für Musik" 2000, Heft 4, S. 21-25
  • Neil Edmunds: Soviet Music and Society Under Lenin and Stalin (2004)
  • Inna Naroditskaya: Song From the Land of Fire: Azerbaijanian Mugam in the Soviet and Post-Soviet Periods, Routledge (2003) ISBN 0-415-94021-4

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