Gaziz Salikhovich Al'mukhametov

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Ğäziz Salix ulı Älmöxämmädev (pronounced [ɣæˈzis saˌlʲixuˈlɯ ælmœxæˈmætəf], AKA Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev; Tatar Cyrillic: Газиз Салих улы Әлмөхәммәдев; Russian: Гази́з Сали́хович Альмухаме́дов , Gaziz Salikhovich Almukhamedov; 1895–1938) was an ethnic Bashkir Tatar opera singer (tenor) and composer. He was born in the village of Muraptal of Sterlitamaksky Uyezd of Ufa Governorate (now Kuyurgazinsky District of the Republic of Bashkortostan). He was the People's Singer in 1929. From 1922 to 1929, he lived in Kazan.

Sania performed troupe; Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev is the fifth sitting (from left to right)

In collaboration with Vasili Vinogradov and Soltan Ğäbäşi, he composed the first Tatar operas, Saniä (1925) and Eşçe[1] (The Worker) (1930).

Älmöxämmädev composed also vocal and instrumental concertos.

Älmöxämmädev was a victim of Great Purge. He was arrested on 11 December 1937 and was shot on 10 August 1938. [2]

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