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Karakalpak Epic Heritage. ©UNESCO Tashkent 2011
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Karakalpak Epic Heritage
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Summary/Historical Context

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Singing
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Karakalpak
Central Asia

A CD is dedicated to the living musical heritage of the Karakalpak bards. It is the fruit of a fieldwork inventory conducted in 2010 under the auspices of UNESCO, in cooperation with cultural institutions from Uzbekistan and Karakalpakstan. It is published within the UNESCO/Korean Project "Creative Industries Development for the Diversity of Cultural Expressions - Strengthening the sustainability of crafts industry in Uzbekistan".

The 22 songs on this CD were selected with the help of several well-known musicians, including Qarimbay Tinibaev, the famous baqsi, girdjek player and professor at the College of Arts in Nukus, the capital of Karakalpakstan.

Here above: Kelte nalish, Z. Ibragimova, voice and duwtar, trad.

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on this subject: Karakalpak epic heritage (UNESCO Tashkent)

Place/Country: Uzbekistan
Type: Compilation
Extract: 2 min. Total length:
Credits: Various authors, . Frédéric Léotar, producer ; UNESCO Tashkent, producer. IFEAC, co-producer ; Ambassade de France à Tashkent, co-producer.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 220099

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