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English: Azerbaijani composer Uzeir Hajibeyli and his brother Jeyhoun
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Public domain This work was first published in Azerbaijan and is now in the public domain because its copyright protection has expired by virtue of the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan on Copyright and Related Rights, enacted 1996, amended 2008. The work meets one of the following criteria:

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The Article 25.3 (amendment) was added in 2008: “Duration of protection determined by this Law shall be applied to all works of which term of protection has not expired until this Law enters into force”. Works of authors who died in 1970 or earlier, or anonymous works published 1970 or earlier, are public domain in Azerbaijan.

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