Within the limits of the Festival of Young Artists, which is held these days in Germany, musicians from Turkmenistan have presented their creativity work to resident of small town Stammbach.
In front of the Protestant- Lutheran Church St. Maria – one of the oldest buildings in Stammbach – the photo-exhibition familiarizing local residents with Turkmenistan, its everyday life, culture, economic achievements was set up.
The great attention of visitors was involved with folklore musical ensemble. The trio with traditional musical instruments – gyjak, dutar and tuyduk, has displayed the beauty national of melos. Among the works that have especially touched the audience – the Turkmen national song “Beloved Soyli”. The slow melody as if surrounded the present, casting images of the first love and happiness expectation.
In the building of church for inhabitants of the small town the chamber orchestra under Rasul Klychev acted. The program of the solo concert of Turkmen performers consisted of works of world classics: Tchaikovsky, Bartók, Piazzola, Marchesi and others.
Soloist Leili Okdirova (soprano) performed the composition of Turkmen composer Bayramdurdy Khudaynazarov «Play, bard». It seemed during this moment all coincided – a fantastic scenery, a melody touching the heart the vocalist, graceful and improbably talented. The hall was excited with delight.
For visitors of the concert awaited one more surprise – «Song of Ayna» by outstanding Turkmen composer Nury Khalmammedov performed by the orchestra. The lively melody enlivened the stiff interior of the church, having forced the public to swing in time with it.
Musicians from Turkmenistan will perform on various stages of Germany for many times within the limits of the festival. But reaction of German spectators to their performance will hardly differ from that of their Turkmen admirers – only delight and anticipation of a new meeting!