House-Museum of Vagif Mustafazadeh

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House-Museum of Vagif Mustafazadeh
Established July 28, 1989
Location 4 Vagif Mustafazade Lane, Icherisheher, Baku, Azerbaijan
Collection size 1214 artifacts
Director Afag Agha Rahim gizi Aliyeva

House-museum of Vagif Mustafazadeh (Azerbaijani: Vaqif Mustafazadənin ev muzeyi) – is a memorial museum of an eminent Azerbaijani jazz-pianist and composer Vagif Mustafazadeh and it was established on July 28, 1989.[1] In 1994, it acquired a status of a branch of Azerbaijan State Museum of Musical Culture. From 1989 to 1997, Zivar Agasaf qizi Aliyeva was a director of the museum.[2]

There are collected 1214 artifacts in the museum.[3] These are photos, posters, gramophone discs, various documents, masterpieces, utensils and other things related to Vagif Mustafazde.[4]

The house-museum consists of three rooms.[5] Photos and other documents connected with the life and creativity of Vagif Mustafazade, and also his personal belongings and other exhibits are displayed in the museum’s exposition.

At present, the museum is led by the musician’s cousin – Afag Agha Rahim gizi Aliyeva.[6][7] Simultaneously, she is a founder and chairman of the Cultural and Charitable Foundation named after Vagif Mustafazadeh.

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