Soltan Ğäbäşi

Ğäbäşi Soltanäxmät Xäsänğata ulı[1] a.k.a. Soltan Ğäbäşi[2] (1891 – 1942) was a Tatar composer, musicologist and choirmaster.

He was born in the village of Keçe Solabaş near Döbyaz, then a part of Qazan Uyezd, Qazan Governorate, Russian Empire (now Biektaw District of Tatarstan).

In collaboration with Vasili Vinogradov and Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev he composed first Tatar operas, Saniä (1925) and Eşçe[3] (The Worker) (1930), vocal and instrumental concertos, arrangement of folk songs. As musicologist, he is known by his articles, devoted to Tatar musical culture.

Soltan Ğäbäşi was a son of theologian and historian Xäsänğata Ğäbäşi.

References and notesEdit

  1. ^ pronounced [ɣæbæˈʃɪ sɔlˌtɑnæxˈmæt xæˌsænɣʌˈtɑ uˈlɯ]
  2. ^ [sɔlˌtɑn ɣæbæˈʃɪ]; Tatar Cyrillic: Габәши Солтан Хәсән улы (Солтанәхмәт Хәсәнгата улы); Russian: Габаши́ (Габяши́) Султа́н Хаса́нович (Султа́н-Ахме́т Хасанга́тович), Gabashi (Gabyashi) Sultan Khasanovich (Sultan-Akhmet Khasangatovich)
  3. ^ [eʃˈʃʲe

External linksEdit

  • "Soltan Ğäbäşi/Солтан Габәши". Tatar Encyclopaedia (in Tatar). Kazan: The Republic of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences. Institution of the Tatar Encyclopaedia. 2002.
  • "Габәши Солтан". tatarica.org (in Tatar). Retrieved 2022-08-15.