| Eldar Mansurov - Bayatılar
"Bayatılar" is an Azerbaijani 1989 composition by Eldar Mansurov with lyrics by Vahid Aziz. "Bayatılar" was released by Brilliant Dadashova in Azerbaijan, Russia, Turkmenistan, Europe (including Turkey, Greece, Germany, Spain, France), the Arab World and Brazil.
| Reshid Behbudov - Sevgilim
Rashid Behbudov was an Azerbaijani singer and actor. He sang in Azeri, Russian, Persian, Turkish, Georgian, Hindi, Armenian, Urdu, and Bengali among other languages.
| "Leyli and Majnun" Mugham Opera
Leyli and Majnun is an Azerbaijani opera in four acts by Uzeyir Hajibeyov. It was first performed on 12 January 1908 at the Taghiyev Theatre in Baku. The opera is considered the Muslim world's first opera.
| Kurd Avshari by Fikret Amirov
Fikret Amirov was a prominent Azerbaijani composer of the Soviet period. Fikret Amirov grew up in an atmosphere of Azerbaijani folk music. During his childhood and early adolescence, Fikret began composing pieces for the piano.
| Alim Qasımov - Sarı Gelin
Sarı is a Azerbaijani adjective meaning "yellow". However, it can also mean "fair-skinned" or "blonde". The word gelin means someone who comes to the family (i.e. a bride), with its root in the Azerbaijani word gel (meaning "come").
| Seyid Shushinski - Heyrati
Seyid Shushinski (Azerbaijani: Seyid Şuşinski), born Mir Mohsun Seyid Ibrahim oglu Shushinski (12 April 1889, Horadiz – 1 November 1965, Baku), was an Azerbaijani folk singer (khananda).
| Uzeyir Hajibeyov - Arazbarı
Uzeyir Hajibeyov was an Azerbaijani and Soviet composer, conductor, publicist, playwright, teacher, translator, and social figure from Azerbaijan.
| Vagif Mustafa Zadeh - Dushunceler
Vagif Mustafa Zadeh (March 16, 1940 - December 16, 1979), also known as Vagif Mustafa Zadeh, was an Azerbaijani jazz pianist and composer, acclaimed for fusing jazz and traditional Azerbaijani folk music known as mugham. According to many world famous jazz musicians, Mustafazadeh is one of the pioneers and "the architect of jazz in Azerbaijan".