German publishing company issues score by Kazakh composer
A prestigious music publishing company Verlag Neue Musik in Germany released a work of the Kazakh composer Rakhat-Bi Abdyssagin. The organ score written by him will now be available in all major music stores in this country. In addition, several copies will be donated to the German National Library, conservatories and universities. The music publishing company had previously published the works by this author for flute and guitar. For sixty years, the publishing company has been acquainting its large audience with compositions of young talented composers and, of course, recognized world classics.
“Our company publishes both classics, such as Beethoven, and important contemporary composers from Germany, Italy, France and England. Rakhat-Bi Abdyssagin is the first Kazakh composer with whom we cooperate. We discovered his talent a long time ago. I know him personally. When I listen to his music, I recognize the unique style in his works. He has his own music language. In addition to sales, we will donate his works to associate professors at the conservatories so that they can show them to students,” said Christoph Taggatz, Editor-In-Chief of Verlag Neue Musik.
Translation by Saniya Sakenova
Editing by Galiya Khassenkhanova