Ouzbekistan : Monâjât Yultchieva
Monajat Yultchieva is a disciplined mezzo-soprano, perhaps the top female classical singer of Uzbekistan. What she does is undeniably moving, but unfortunately she never gets out of second gear. While each piece does build to an impressive emotional climax, the sameness of the pattern and the general dragginess of the pace are oppressive after awhile. Some relief comes near the end of the album with the song of unrequited love "Saqiname-i Bayat," a slightly faster piece that sounds a little like Chinese music. It is followed by the typically slow but immensely atmospheric "Dashti-i Nava." This album would be good for the advanced listener to Uzbeki music, but for everyone else From Samarkand to Bukhara: A Musical Journey Through Uzbekistan on the label is recommended.
I think this is one of the best traditional Uzbek/Central Asian music CD's in the western market. Madame Monajat has a voice from heaven. She is a leader in her genre of music. I highly recommend this CD for those interested in traditional Uzbek/Central Asian music.
04. Shâm u saharlarda
05. Kim avval kim ilgari
10. Dasht-i navâ
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