Assylbek Yensepov

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Assylbek is a Kazakh musician known for his virtuosity on the traditional national two string instrument dombyra.[1] He is the first to marry the traditional Kazakh melodies to modern electronic music.

He was born in 1980 in Aktobe. His father Zhasaral, a composer, was the director of a music school; his mother Farida stayed at home. He has two brothers: Aybek (designer) and Syrym (singer). Following a typical parcours in classical musical education, he graduated from A. Zhubanova musical school and Kurmagazy national conservatory in Almaty in Kazakhstan.

Discography:

– Adai (2010)

1. Адай – Кұрманғазы

2. Әке толғауы – Ж.Еңсепов

3. Кең жайлау – Б. Қошмухамбетов

4. Жұмыр қылыш – Махамбет

5. Концерт 1–4 – Будашкин

6. Науаи – Дина

7. Арнау-Аллаға шүкіршілік – исп. А.Еңсепов, Р.Гайсин, С.Жолбарыс, Б.Кушкалиев

8. Хафиз – С.Жолбарыс

9. Бесконечность – Р.Гайсин

10. Нұр шашу – Ж.Еңсепов

11. Таң Нұры – С.Жолбарыс

12. Детство – Т.Мухамеджанов

13. Құралай – С.Жолбарыс

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brummell, Paul (2011). Kazakhstan. Bradt Travel Guides. p. 59. ISBN 9781841623696. 

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