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Zhambyl Zhabaev Zhambyl Zhabaev is an akyn-improvisator, one of the most well- known poets of Kazakhstan. Zhambyl was born on February, 28th, 1846 in family of poor nomad Zhabai.
Zhambyl Zhabaev At night at the foot of mountain Zhambyl, Having compressed by lump at a snow hole, Mother washing, a slavish life cursing, In groans and torments has given birth to me. Silently has gathered hungry aul, Kazakhs have named me Zhambyl, Sang the poets under sounds of dombra, Song about the boy who was born in storm, Song about the boy named, Name of proud and ancient mountain …
Zhambyl Zhabaev In the early 1860s, the young Zhambyl came under the tutelage of a well-known akyn named Suyunbay Aronov. Zhambyl developed his skills, and his reputation grew. He knew by heart colossal works such as the Kyrgyz Epic of Manas, and composed works of his own, describing the treasures of the Zhetisu region and the exploits of Kazakh heroes such as Utegen Batyr.
Zhambyl Zhabaev Zhambyl sang of the heroism Sarybai in the fight against the enemy battle nice bars Shaprashity clan invaders from Kokand. Audience unanimously called it akin In Verny in 1913, convened in honor of the 300th anniversary of the reign of the Romanov Dynasty, he chose to sing about the corruption of local officials rather than in praise of the Romanovs, and his distaste for the Tsarist rule was also demonstrated by his support for the 1916 uprising, for which he composed works such as The Black Decree.
Zhambyl Zhabaev On the outbreak of war, he took up the campaign of the defence of the homeland against Nazism, contributing in September 1941 the poem for which he became best known across the USSR as a whole, People of Leningrad, My Children.
Zhambyl Zhabaev Leningradites my children Leningradites my pride I’m in the jet stream of the steppe Visible reflection of the Neva stream If the snow along the ridges I gaze senile glance I see you brige arches Dawns Baltic bluenees Lamps evening swarm Gilder roofs tip Leningradites my children Leningradites my pride Zhambyl appeal to the people of leningrad aroused great patriotic rise in the city
Zhambyl Zhabaev You are greeted by a bust of Zhambyl, behind which lies the smart single-storey house in which Zhambyl spent the last years of his life, and which now houses his museum. The building, with an arch over the entrance supported by four square columns, was given to Zhambyl in 1938.
Zhambyl Zhabaev Zhambyl's rooms have been preserved: his bedroom and that of his grandchildren; his study, with a wall carpet portraying the leader of the 1916 uprising Amangeldy Imanov; a room for entertaining guests; and most tellingly, his infirmary.
Zhambyl Zhabaev A small art gallery contains paintings of the elderly poet sitting smilingly amongst children, or playing his dombra on a windswept mountainside.
Zhambyl Zhabaev Room for entertaining guests; and most tellingly, his infirmary
Zhambyl Zhabaev Medical staff were always on call.
Zhambyl Zhabaev To the right of the hall, the rooms are now laid out with displays about Zhambyl's life and works, though the labelling is only in Kazakh.
These displays include extracts from his poetry, gifts from other musicians, and a display about his mentor
Kazakh singer became a native a poet for all peoples of the world