Soltan Ğäbäşi

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Ğäbäşi Soltanäxmät Xäsänğata ulı[1] a.k.a. Soltan Ğäbäşi[2] (1891 – 1942) was a Tatar composer, musicologist and choirmaster.

Sania performed troupe; Soltan Ğäbäşi is the third sitting (from left to right)

He was born in the village of Keche Sulabash of Dubyazsky Volost of Kazan Uyezd, Kazan Governorate, Russian Empire (now Vysokogorsky District of Tatarstan).

In collaboration with Vasili Vinogradov and Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev he composed first Tatar operas, Saniä (1925) and Eşçe[3] (The Worker) (1930), vocal and instrumental concertos, arrangement of folk songs. As musicologist, he is known by his articles, devoted to Tatar musical culture.

Soltan Ğäbäşi was a son of theologian and historian Xäsänğata Ğäbäşi.

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ pronounced [ɣæbæˈʃɪ sɔlˌtɑnæxˈmæt xæˌsænɣʌˈtɑ uˈlɯ]
  2. ^ [sɔlˌtɑn ɣæbæˈʃɪ]; Tatar Cyrillic: Габәши Солтан Хәсән улы (Солтанәхмәт Хәсәнгата улы); Russian: Габаши́ (Габяши́) Султа́н Хаса́нович (Султа́н-Ахме́т Хасанга́тович), Gabashi (Gabyashi) Sultan Khasanovich (Sultan-Akhmet Khasangatovich)
  3. ^ [eʃˈʃʲe