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  • ...l of the New Year.<ref name="IranicaShahbazi"/> The king would then summon musicians and singers, and invited his boon companions. They would gather in their as
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  • ...puz''', is an ancient [[fret]]less [[string instrument]] used in [[Central Asian music]], related to certain other [[Turkic peoples|Turkic]] [[string instru ...f rare clay plates which dated back to around [[6000 B.C.]] which depicted musicians at a council, holding a komuz-like instrument to their chests{{citation nee
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  • ...t for the country, "Asian Games 2010" was held under the song Y. Shakeyev "Asian Games Kazakhstan". ...loved)" Batyr in gratitude to the audience, who were singing it along with musicians knelt and sentimentality pressed his hands to his face.<ref>{{cite web|url=
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  • {{Infobox musical artist <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians --> |Most Popular Asian Singer
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  • ...y, many Ukrainians were forced by the [[Tsarist autocracy]] to move to the Asian regions of Russia, while many of their counterpart Slavs under [[Austria-Hu ...t base among the people of Ukraine, its folklore songs, [[kobzar|itinerant musicians]], and prominent authors.
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  • |image= | <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians --> ...to learn from, he would listen to a wide variety of music from around the Asian continent, and then learn to play the guitar by ear.<ref name="tosinghearti
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  • ...from Western Eurasian ([[Europeans]], [[Middle Eastern]]) to a more [[East Asian]] appearance. ...ificant [[diaspora|diasporic]] communities of Uyghurs exist in the Central Asian countries of [[Kazakhstan]], [[Kyrgyzstan]], and [[Uzbekistan]], and in [[T
    118 KB (17,648 words) - 20:04, 27 April 2017
  • ...e formation of both [[Medieval art|European]] and [[History of Eastern art|Asian]] medieval art.<ref name="Iransaga: The art of Sassanians">{{cite web|url=h ...he Romans.<ref>{{harvnb|Blockley|1998|p=421}}</ref> He crushed the Central Asian tribes, and annexed the area as a new province. He completed the conquest o
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