Three Generations Of Women-Composers In Uzbekistan



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Kabdurakhmanova, L. (2021) “Three Generations Of Women-Composers In Uzbekistan”, Eurasian music science journal. Tashkent, Uzbekistan, (1), pp. 75–85. doi: 10.52847/EAMSJ/vol_2021_issue_1/54.


The years of independence have been given to the musical art, and in particular to the piano creativity of the composers of Uzbekistan to realize the richest potential of spiritual and creative opportunities, to deeply understand their past, national culture, to open its potential in the context of cultural and spiritual renewal.

This article is devoted to the problem of gender equality in Uzbekistan on the example of women music artists, despite the small percentage of female composers.

From the first day of independence, the composers actively joined the process of spiritual revival and growth of national self-consciousness, inspired by the spirit of faith in their own strengths, freedom of creativity, confident of the bright future of our country and our people.

This article examines the work of three women composers of Uzbekistan and their attempt to express through it their vision of the world.


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