THE NATION’S ORIGINS IN THE CELLO MUSIC OF COMPOSERS OF KAZAKHSTAN (ON EXAMPLE OF «THE CYCLE OF PLAYS» BY B. AMANZHOLOV)
Authors: Toizhan Yeginbayeva
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The article is devoted to the study of origins of ethnic Kazakh cello music and its genetic relationship with the traditional art of the Kazakhs. Its emergence and development is directly related to the process of interaction between Eastern and Western cultures represented in this case by cultures of Kazakhstan and Russia.
Modern fund of cello literature of Kazakh composers includes works of various genres, from simple minor pieces to extended, multi-part, structurally comprehensive compositions, in which elements of Kazakh folklore interact with European composer techniques. In their compositions composers set quite a difficult task to performers. These are unusual (from the point of view of «classical techniques») performing techniques, search for new image areas, performing concept, building of the intonation form in connection with national origins of these works.
The author makes an attempt to identify common patterns of development of cello music on the example of modern miniatures by the Kazakh composer Bakhtiar Amanzholov.