Kazakh music in the global context

Palabras clave: Culture, Song, Tradition, Transcription. Canción, Cultura, Tradición, Transcripción.

Resumen

ABSTRACT

 

The relevance of the chosen theme is determined by the presence of the "national code" as the basis of authentic traditional music, its modernization while maintaining the original identity. The main purpose of the article is to study the new forms of creative activity of musicians, scientific, theoretical and pragmatic aspects of the musical language. The methodology of research is based on the principles of historical, cognitive, and comparative analysis. The data that was obtained can be used in the educational process at lectures in the following disciplines: "Kazakh music History", "National musical culture", "Folk musical creativity," etc.

RESUMEN

 

La relevancia del tema elegido está determinada por la presencia del "código nacional" como base de la música auténtica tradicional y su modernización manteniendo la identidad original. El objetivo principal del artículo es estudiar las nuevas formas de actividad creativa de los músicos y los aspectos científicos, teóricos y pragmáticos del lenguaje musical. La metodología de investigación se basa en los principios del análisis histórico, cognitivo y comparativo. Los datos obtenidos se pueden utilizar en el proceso educativo en conferencias en las siguientes disciplinas: "Historia de la música kazaja", "Cultura musical nacional", "Creatividad musical popular".

Biografía del autor/a

A. KAZTUGANOVA, Auezov Institute of Literature and Art, Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan

Aіnur Kaztuganova. Head of the Department "Musicology", Doctor of Philosophy (2007), laureate of the state prize for young talented scientists, laureate of the international competition of the peoples of the CIS "Commonwealth of debuts" (Moscow), the author of the monograph "The Kazakh Kuy-dedication (to the problem of genre and style)" and approximately one hundred articles. Head of fundamental and applied projects.

A. OMAROVA, Auezov Institute of Literature and Art, Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan

Aklima Omarova. Leading researcher of the Department “Musicology” of the Institute, Doctor of Philosophy (1994), associate Professor (1997), Honorary worker of education of Kazakhstan (2004), Professor of Kazakh National Conservatory named after Kurmangazy (since 2008). Author of several books and numerous magazine publications on the history of Kazakh music, compiler of various thematic collections.

 

Z. KASIMOVA, Auezov Institute of Literature and Art, Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan

Zulfiya Kasimova. Leading researcher, Doctor of Philosophy. Author of about one hundred articles in national and international journals, including peer-reviewed journal in Scopus database, monographs "Integration processes in the musical culture of the Turkic peoples (on the example of wedding songs)", monographs "Kazakh Opera" (in Kazakh and in Russian; in collaboration with Kuzembay S. and Musagulova G.).

B. TURMAGAMBETOVA, Atyrau State University named after H. Dosmukhamedova

Bakyt Turmagambetova. Senior teacher of West Kazakhstan University, Doctor of Philosophy (2009), laureate of the state prize for young talented scientists, laureate of the international competition of the peoples of the CIS "Commonwealth of debuts" (Moscow), the author of several books and about one hundred and fifty articles. Laureate of The state scholarship in science (2018).

S. KUZEMBAY, Auezov Institute of Literature and Art, Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan

Sara Kuzembay. The main researcher of the Department "Musicology" doctor of arts, Professor, corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, honored worker of Kazakhstan, laureate of the state prize after named Sh. Ualikhanov, excellent of national education of Kazakhstan, member of the Union of composers of Kazakhstan, academician of the International Academy of Informatization.

 

Citas

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Publicado
2019-12-08
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KAZTUGANOVA, A., OMAROVA, A., KASIMOVA, Z., TURMAGAMBETOVA, B., & KUZEMBAY, S. (2019). Kazakh music in the global context. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 24(1), 90-102. Recuperado a partir de https://produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/utopia/article/view/29982