Ferghana Qasimova (a.k.a. Fargana Qasimova) is a young female singer from azerbaijan known for her interpretation of mugham, the Azerbaijani form of the transnational classical maqâm tradition. Trained by her father, renowned vocalist Alim Qasimov, she follows his tradition of experimental vocals that challenge and transcend the conservative mugham genre. Fargana still considers herself to be her father’s shagird (apprentice), and father and daughter usually sing together, trading verses in a lyrical musical dialogue.
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