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Who is Alim Qasimov?
Alim Qasimov: Alim Hamza oglu Qasimov is an Azerbaijani musician and one of the foremost mugham singers in Azerbaijan. He was awarded the International Music Council-UNESCO Music Prize in 1999, one of the highest international accolades for music. His music is characterized by his vocal improvisation and represents a move away from the traditional style of mugham. Qasimov has recorded nine albums, three of which are mugham albums with his daughter, Farghana Qasimova.
- also known as Alim Qasımov; Алим Гасымов; Qasimov, Alim; Qassimov, Alim
- born on (58 years ago) in Nabur
- nationality: Azerbaijan
- profession: Singer, songwriter, musician
- member of musical group Alim Qasimov Ens
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The World's Music: General Perspectives and Reference Tools by Ruth M. Stone
Emran Heydari, Alim Qasimov. Geneva: Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire, AIMP XIX, ...
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