It is also known as “akon play and singing” and is a kind of music of the Kazakh people in Xinjiang. It is named after the accompaniment of the Kazakh picking instrument, Dongbula. The form of the Dongbula dance performance is composed of self-playing and self-singing, also known as akon dance. Akan is the name of a Kazakh rapper, singer and poet. The oral literature of the Kazakhs, including many ancient narrative poems, stories and proverbs, was preserved by avon’s generations.
Chinese Kazakh folk songs. It is named after the accompaniment of the Kazakh picking instrument, Dongbula. Generally speaking, since singing, it is called akon play.
The structure of the song is very free. There are no fixed tunes, mainly rap, accompaniment as a supplement. When playing and singing, often a warm prelude leads to a high melodious song, such as a torrent of water, jade. Another akan playing and singing, there are several fixed tunes, the rhythm of the music changes a lot, giving a vibrant sense of hearing.
Akon is good at playing and singing lyrics. The structure of the music is very free. There are no fixed tunes, mainly rap, and the accompaniment is a supplement. It often triggers a warm prelude, playing and singing high-pitched songs, like a rushing rapids. This kind of performance and singing is suitable for singing old narrative poems and improvisational poems to describe nature and sing the new life of the grassland. Another ahon playing and singing, there are several fixed tunes, the music has a large rhythm change, frequent 2/4 and 3/4 contrast changes and rich mode alternating features, giving a vibrant hearing Aesthetic. Singing is often a humorous expression, suitable for singing short songs such as natural scenery and customs. In addition, there are male and female duets, which are common on the annual akon recital on the prairie. Since the 1950s, the form of multi-person singing has evolved from kirgiz’s “qomzi play and singing”, which consists mainly of short-song performances and sings that are simple in rhythm, rigorous in structure, and easy to sing and remember.