PRESENTATION OF THE PIECE "KOBYZ SARYNY" FOR VIOLIN, 4 KOBYZ AND A. KAZAKBAYEV'S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, PERFORMED WITHIN 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF "UNESCO

Authors

  • Capeu-Kokhanova Madina
  • Zhumabekova Dana
  • Eginbaeva Toyzhan
  • Dolinskaya Elena

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48080/jae.v17i3.170

Abstract

This traditional kyui is the most developed genre of Kazakh oral folk and folk-professional instrumental creativity. As a rule, samples of the Kazakh kyui represent a short in duration, but highly developed in figurative-thematic and technical terms, an instrumental piece, necessarily of a program nature. On the one hand, the creation of the orchestral kui reflects the rich experience accumulated by Kazakh composers in mastering musical classics, which provides a wide choice for the creative development of composers, stimulates their interest in symphonic genres, in mastering orchestral writing. On the other hand, in the birth of the kyu, the creative maturity of the national composing school was manifested, since this genre is based on folk musical traditions rooted for centuries.

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2020-11-03 — Updated on 2020-11-12

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Capeu-Kokhanova Madina, Zhumabekova Dana, Eginbaeva Toyzhan, & Dolinskaya Elena. (2020). PRESENTATION OF THE PIECE "KOBYZ SARYNY" FOR VIOLIN, 4 KOBYZ AND A. KAZAKBAYEV’S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, PERFORMED WITHIN 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF "UNESCO. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 775-780. https://doi.org/10.48080/jae.v17i3.170 (Original work published November 3, 2020)