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Famous representatives of Uzbek composition Hoji Abdulaziz Rasulov, Tokhtasin Jalilov, Yunus Rajabiy, Imomjon Ikramov, Komiljon Jabborov, Fakhriddin Sodiqov, Saidjon Kalonov, Nabijon Hasanov, Komiljon Otaniyozov, Muhammadjon Mirzayev, Ganijon Toshmatov, Arif Kasimov, Gulomjon Hojikulov and other master composers relied mainly on folk music traditions. Each of them created their own musical path. They paid great attention to the exact style, mood, clarity and intonation of their works. They used a variety of intricate and intricate techniques to make the music extremely colorful and shiny. This article covers the history of Uzbek composition and regional styles in Uzbek composition.

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composition lamentation and decorations Barbados Abu Nasr Farobi Safiuddin Urmavi Haji Abdulkadir Maroghi Najmiddin Kavkabi Darvesh Ali Changi Khazoin ul-maoniy Holati Pahlavon Muhammad Majolis un-nafois Mahbub ul-qulub Khorezm style Surkhandarya-Kashkadarya style

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Yuldashev Boburjon 2021. History of uzbek composition and regional styles in uzbek composition. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 2 (Feb. 2021), 109-113. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i2.1208.

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