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ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217

HARMONIZATION BY MODEL, VARIANTIONAL TRANSFORMATION AND WORK “IN STYLE” IN THE CHRISTMAS WORKS OF THE COMPOSERS OF THE NEW DIRECTION

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue № 5(59) May 2017 | 0 comments

This paper presents the variations for transformation of the singing canon in the works of composers of the New Direction. The study has revealed the points of force application of composers: chanting of troper and contakion for Christmas performs the function of refrains in the polyrefrain composition of the ordinance for Christmas. As a result, the author came to the conclusion that composers had different approaches to the processing of church chants, and that determined their style: in the work of A. Kastalsky authorship of compositions was achieved by the processing the ancient chants based on the given model – the canon in combination with the Old Russian folk-song tradition. The corresponding of melodics of spiritual and folk song traditions are demonstrated. The composer’s initiative of A. Arkhangelsky, N. Kompaneisky, P. Chesnokov, S. Smolensky, and A. Nikolsky came through in the rhythmic and melodic freedom of the archetype melodies due to narrowing and widening of the melodic formula, i.е. variational treatment of the singing canon. The creative method of G. Lvovsky and D. Allemanov manifestated itself in the use of author melodical and graphical formulas and their transformations “in the style” of the spiritual tradition. The use of monody heterophony techniques by composers should also be noted: octave unisonous, parallel movements, linear voices development, intrasyllabic singing.

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BIEDERMEIER. TO THE QUESTION OF BILDERUHR PHENOMENON

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue № 4(58) April 2017 | 0 comments

The following article studies the object common for the Biedermeier era: A musical painting-clock called “bilderuhr.” Until now, there is no name for the group of these things, as there are no fundamental scientific studies dedicated to them. The purpose of this publication is to prove that both middle ground artists and highly professional masters, for example, such well-known Russian artist and landscape painter of the Romantic era as Grigory Chernetsov, were involved in their performance, hence “bilderuhr” is denied artistic merit for no reason at all.

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CHANTS OF THE ANCIENT OKTOECHOS IN THE STUDIO-ALEKSYEVSKY STATUTE

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue № 4(58) April 2017 | 0 comments

The paper presents the results of a study of the Studio-Alexievsky Statute of the 12th century according to the list of the GIM. Syn. 330 as a source of information about the repertoire of the chants of the Old Russian Oktoechos and the ways of their performing. The Statute, containing the incipits and full texts of hymns, allowed to attribute 72 hymns of the Oktoechos without taking into account sticheron and troper models. The lists of Oktoechos Izbranniy (the end of the XIII-XV centuries) were used as the lists of attribution. As a result there were revealed hymns of different genres (sticheron, canons and various kinds of troper), some of which had special performing instructions – the “sing” and “say” remarks.

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“ZELA” POSTIL IN DIVINE HOLIDAYS RGB. TSL. №450

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue № 4(58) April 2017 | 0 comments

The paper is devoted to the study of the functioning of one of the earliest “zela” postils in the Old Russian divines, combining two lines of notation – the “Flag” and the “Kiev” one. The material of the study is the well-known list of chant book of Holidays from the collection of the Troitse-Sergiyeva Lavra of the Russian State Library No. 450. The repeated use of “zela” postil in one, stable meaning (editor’s or corrector’s mark, indicating the scribe’s error) can be regarded as a feature of this monument.

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THE CONTRIBUTION PRIVILEGED SOCIETY TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ACADEMIC MUSICAL CULTURE OF THE MINUSINSK: PAST EXPERIENCE

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue № 3(57) March 2017 | 0 comments

The article is devoted to the activities of the exiled Decembrists and other intellectuals of the Minusinsk the XIX – early XX centuries. On the basis of documentary and rare sources identified GAKK, Minusinsk state archive, Minusinsk museum of local history by named N.M. Martyanov, Minusinsk Drama Theater, as well as in a number of pre-revolutionary periodicals in the article reveals the importance of the activities musical and creative people not only for the artistic life of the southern part of the Krasnoyarsk territory, but also for the whole Siberian region.

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ORGAN TABLATURE P. ATTENYANA: THE HISTORY OF ORIGIN

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue № 3(57) March 2017 | 0 comments

This article is devoted to the early organ music books of Parisian music publisher Pierre Attenan (1531). In the domestic musicology these sheet music samples are studied superficially and stereotypedly. Therefore this essay is accentuated on the earlier unknown facts connected with the history and the reasons of origin of organ sheet music books. Also characteristics of the musical text including texture, rhythmical and harmonic features are given in this paper. Besides, the original fragments of organ sheet music collections of the 16th century are shown. The work also provides historical review of the period when the sheet music collections were created. As a result of this research was the discovery of the influence of organ compositions of Pierre Attenan’s music books on the further development of organ music in West European countries and especially in France.

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