Muboraksho Mirzoshoyev

Muborakscho Abdulwahhobowitsch Mirsoschojew ( Tajik Муборакшо Абдулваҳҳобович Мирзошоев, scientific transliteration: Muborakšo Abdulvahhobovič Mirzošoev; born August 19, 1961 in Ruschon in Tajik autonomous province of Gorno-Badakhshan, † February 8, 2000 ), also known as Muborakscho ( Муборакшо ) or as Mischa ( Миша ), was a singer, songwriter and actor of the ethnic group of the Pamiri. Considered together with the group to Daler Nazarov - which he was a member - as a pioneer of the Tajik rock music.


Muborakscho spent his childhood in his native village Jemts (Russian Емц Jemz ) in Gorno-Badakhshan. At the age of 14, he composed his first song called Chor Dschawon ( Чор Ҷавон ): The song later became one of his most successful songs ever, was broadcast in the late 1980s throughout Tajikistan and post mortum of a Russian singer named NATO gecovert - whereby the song worldwide fame gained.

From 1984 to 1987, he studied in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg, the Leningrad Aviation Institute ( Leningradski awiazionny institute ). However, his musical work solidified his desire to pursue a music career. Muborakscho or mixing, as fans lovingly call him today, his professional music career began in 1988, when he joined the group of Daler Nazarov, after he met Ikbol Sawqibekow, a professional musician and son of the famous Tajik actor and musician Gurmindsch Sawqibekow. In the same year reached Muborakscho Mirsoschojews music nationwide popularity.

Some works of music Muborakschos deal with the issues of grief and mysticism that evoke strong emotions in his audience. With its incomparable, unique style of music and the vulnerable, soft voice, he made ​​it namely to be the Tajiks very close. Some of his texts deal with the mystical works of Persian poet of the Middle Ages.

Another very successful song by him bears the name Ai jorum Bijo (on Tajik: Ай ёрум биё ) and was published in 1988, this work Misha is now little more integral part of the Tajik parties and is now one of the " evergreens " of Tajik music.

The Tajik filmmaker Jormahmad Aralow turned at that time a movie with Daler Nazarov and Muborakscho, which achieved a significant success in the USSR.

Many musicians have released cover versions of songs Muborakshos, including the Russian artist who published Misha Tschor Dschawon with a video clip hotly debated. The Persian rock band Kiosk has also gecovert a song by him and together ( in Persian: Ay Yarom Bia ) with Mohseen Namjoo an Iranian- Persian counterpart to Ai jorum Bijo added.

Muborakscho has become a cultural icon of the Tajik popular music of the 20th century and belongs to the small group of artists who had an enormous influence on contemporary Tajik music scene. His music is one of the most important connecting elements between the different ethnic groups in Tajikistan. He is still today an important source of inspiration for many Tajik musicians.


Despite its popularity Muborakscho has never published in his lifetime an official album. Jiray -1 and Jiray - 2 The first album contains the majority of the group's songs Daler Nazarov, while the second album includes 13 works by Muboraksho, including: inofizielle two albums released - In 1997, however - without the knowledge of Daler Nazarov or Muborakschos family Ai jorum bijo.

  • Singer- songwriter
  • Tajik
  • Born in 1961
  • Died in 2000
  • Man