Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Turgun Alimatov (1922-2008) & Abror Zufarov - Ustoz va Ustazoda - MP3-CD from Uzbekistan


Here we present the next in our series of MP3-CDs which our dear friend Danny brought a couple of years ago from Uzbekistan. This time an instrumental album by the greatest Uzbek instrumentalist of the second half of the 20th century: Turgun Alimatov, a Sato, Tanbur and Dutar player.
For more infos on the artist see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turgun_Alimatov 
This CD also contains music by his student Abror Zufarov. 
The CD contains six folders, three containing 39 tracks by Turgun Alimatov and three by Abror Zufarov.




In 1995 Ocora - Radio France published a CD by him which unfortunately is no longer available:


On her blog Zhuzhu posted a LP by him from 1982:



http://zhuzhulingo.blogspot.de/2011/06/blog-post_24.html

8 comments:

roberth said...

thank youthank youthank youthank youthank youthank you!
turgun is my fav all time artist from anywhere!!!!!
a friend had the ocora cd and i copied it to minidisk.
(yet another gone digital format)
robert

Janas said...

Thanks a million, Tawfiq!

pierre mons said...

absolutely celestial. Great ! Thank you Tawfiq;

carlosmahavishnu said...

Concerning the album "Ouzbekistan" by Turgun Alimatov, Ocora Radio France, Catalogue number: C 560086, 1995, I think I can help.
Here's the link to download:
http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3812680

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Greetings!

carlosroma
Oporto - Portugal

farosanderson said...

Thank you for another enlightening post. Both master and student are exceptional.

David Wyatt said...

Hi Tawfiq - thanks for this one & the Rasul-Qori one - especially that latter one, which I didn't have. Please feel free to publish any of the mp3-CDs I sent you a year or two back - on reflection, to do so is not going to hurt anyone's income in Central Asia as these discs are virtually impossible to find without travelling there!!

Best wishes

David

Tawfiq said...

Hi David, I completely forgot that you also kindly shared this one with me a couple of years ago (without the back cover though). For these posts I used the CDs which my friend Danny brought 2 or 3 years ago from Uzbekistan. He was so kind to let me have all his over 100 aquisitions from that trip for a couple of months. So I was able to make copies of all of them (or most as not all were interesting). I will soon continue to post more.

David Wyatt said...

Wow! 100 CDs - that is a real treasure hoard!!

If you haven't seen it, check out Turgun Alimatov in action with Orifxon Alimaxsumov (I think) at youtube.com/watch?v=-28NGfATDuA.

David