This article examines piano accompanied vilion pieces by the honored artist of Uzbekistan and Karakalpakstan, composer, conductor, professor Fattakh Nazarov (1919-1982). He is widely demanded in concert-performing and educational-pedagogical practice. Analyzing the pieces for violin and piano by F. Nazarov, the composer focuses on aspects such as programmaticity, imaginative world, musical language, and means of expressive performing. Based on the composer's editions, proposed solutions help performing musicians to achieve high quality sound embodiment and psychological impact on listeners. In this article, the pieces for violin and piano by F. Nazarov are for the first time studied and previously unexplored aspects of the composer's musical heritage are examined. The results of the analysis of F. Nazarov's violin pieces are of scientific theoretical and practical importance, focused on a wide range of concert-performing and educational pedagogical practice.
Keywords: Fattakh Nazarov, violin, piece, miniature, intonation, expressive means, technique, musical form, programmaticity, imaginative world