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Creative  Evening of Tatar Folk Poetry and Music Held in Bukhara

Creative  Evening of Tatar Folk Poetry and Music Held in Bukhara

 

Creative  Evening of Tatar Folk Poetry and Music Held in Bukhara

 

05.03. 2018

 

Another bright event in the life of the Tatar-Bashkir community of the Bukhara region was a creative evening of folk poetry and music on the theme: “Min Yaratam.”

 

The evening’s organizers were members and activists of the Tatar-Bashkir national cultural center of the Bukhara region. The event was held in the regional library named after Abu Ali ibn Sino.

 

The main content of the creative meeting was the theme of love, namely: love of the Motherland, home, native language, culture, traditions and customs, to the family, loved ones, the world around us. It is no accident that the participants opened the evening with the performance of the song “Tugan tel” on the poem  by  the great Tatar poet Gabdulla Tukai.

 

During the event, other musical and literary works were performed in the Tatar language. Honorary and oldest member of the cultural center Klara Khusainovna Tangrieva read  out  her favorite poem “Yaratygyz”, in which she fully and completely revealed the essence and meaning of the concept of “love”.

 

Members of the center also prepared dance numbers. The deputy chairman of the center, Daniya  Yanbulatova, performed the Tatar folk dance, and the Bashkir dance was presented by Zulfiya Akhmedshina.

 

After, everyone heard the favorite song “Matur Bulsyn” in the joint performance of the participants of the creative evening. A member of the center Alfia Yanbulatova sang the famous song “Lonely garmon’” by composer Boris Mokrousov, translated into Tatar.

 

The guests of the meeting were also pleased with the young pupil of the school of music and arts No.5 in Bukhara, Asadbek Ahmedov, who played the Tatar melody on  bayan.

 

Not only the members of the Tatar-Bashkir Center showed interest in the evening, but also representatives of the Russian Cultural Center, workers of the regional library and residents of Bukhara.

 

Tatar-Bashkir Cultural Center

Bukhara region

 

 

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