The Crimean Tatar songs can now be heard on Pushkina St. in Simferopol. Mustafa Murtazayev has no hands, but he keeps a good heart both singing and painting professionally.
Over the past four years he has created around a hundred paintings, demanded both by domestic gallerists and foreign collectors: portraits, landscapes and still life. But as it turned out, Mustafa Murtazayev has also a superb voice.
Reshat Aliyev, a Crimean Tatar photographer, posted the video of performances by the singer, which is gaining views and comments in social networks.
"A gifted young man! When meeting such a man of spirit, one can feel shame and own problems become insignificant," write Crimeans.
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