Summer in Ashgabat continues with enchanting sounds of jazz. It is the second jazz concert – this time, Turkmen saxophonist Umyt Aynazarov – pleased the music fans of the capital with melodies of European and American jazzmen.
Jazz is a freedom and emotions. The jazz sound makes you want to start dancing and hug the whole world. Umyt Aynazarov, the graduate of the Kazan State Conservatory named ater Zhiganov, was able to inspire the audience.
To the sounds of such a bit stiff works as “Bésame Mucho”, “I’ll met you again”, “Serenade in Blue” and others – he led the public along the roads of hot Spain, impressive France, festive Italy, and relaxed Greece.
Then, along with the musician, the audience traveled across the Atlantic to the USA – the Homeland of Jazz music. And the classic notes fade away. The works are a pure experiment with sound that excited several generations of American people in 1920-1940.
Umyt Aynazarov was brilliantly accompanied by pianist Vladimir Mkrtumov, bass players Igor Shevtsov and Konstantin Timurhanov – on percussion instruments.
The saxophonist masterfully performed the most sophisticated melodies, impressing the public not only with exquisite technique, but also with talent, as God has endowed him with such of talent!
The final note was still in the air, and the audience was already stand up to applause “Bravo!” Journey through the pages of jazz has responded to each of them, giving a fine mood and flashbulb impressions for many days ahead.