On the sidelines of the 9th Summit of the Organization of Turkic
States, First Lady of Azerbaijan Mehriban Aliyeva, First Lady of
Uzbekistan Ziroatkhon Mirziyoyeva, First Lady of Turkiye Emine
Erdogan, and wife of Hungarian Prime Minister Aniko Levai have
watched a ballet called 'Lazgi' at Samarkand Drama and Music
Theater named after Hamid Olimjan in the city of Samarkand.
Uzbek Khorazm dance 'Lazgi' is included on the Representative
List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of UNESCO in
Born in the land of Khorazm, the Lazgi encapsulate human
creativity by reflecting the sounds and phenomena of surrounding
nature, feelings of love and happiness.
The dance has centuries-old roots.
Nowadays, Lazgi is popular in all regions of Uzbekistan. This
dance is characterized by movements on the half-bent legs, shaking
shoulders and arms, with ringing bells attached to them. During the
dance, all the musicians, singers and dance performers act in a
harmonized way, and the lyrics of the songs are mainly devoted to
glorifying love and kindness.
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