Welcome to the official web-site of Eldar Mansurov. Eldar Mansurov is a famous Azerbaijani composer, whose melodies are popular all over the world. Here you may find the information about biography of composer, his activity, compositions and many other interesting facts and news about Eldar Mansurov.
Dedicated to the memory of Eldar Mansurov’s father, famous tahr-player Bahram Mansurov, Bahramnameh is the fusion of several genres: rock, pop and oriental traditional music Mougham. Read more
“Bayaty” is fairly considered as the most popular composition of Eldar Mansurov. It had a success in Turkey, Russia, Greece, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Romania, Croatia, USA, England, Sweden, Canada, Arabian countries, Brazil, etc. Read more
Eldar Mansurov is an author of hundreds of songs performed by many artists in various countries. Among his songs, special emphasis has been made on pop, rock and oriental genres. Read more
He is an author of a number of official tracks, such as Olympic hymn of Azerbaijan Olympic Committee, hymns of Rhythmic Gymnastics Federation of Azerbaijan, Judo Federation of Azerbaijan, Field Hockey Federation of Azerbaijan, “West-East” film festival, etc. Read more
The instrumental music takes a particular place in the creative activity of Eldar Mansurov. The characteristic feature of his musical pieces is dominance of piano in the instrumental and orchestral music. Quite a number of his instrumental music is widely known and popular not only in his own country but abroad as well. Read more
Eldar Mansurov is an author of great number of works of classical genre: symphonies, operas, ballets, instrumental and chamber music and songs. He is particularly the author of a roc-opera “Seven beauties” (2005) and two rock ballets: “Cleopatra” (1998) and “Olympus” (2004). Read more
Eldar Mansurov is also prolific in composing music for movies.In his compositions for film scores he applies to small instrumental groups, folk instrumental ensembles, rock groups, chamber orchestras and even involves symphony orchestras. Read more